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    Default Prams and travel systems πŸ˜–

    Ok soooo when I had my son 9 years ago most of all this stuff I didn't care so much about haha but now I do so before I make a big new purchase wondering if anyone know if the Arlo Strollers are compatible with the Britax capsules please just wanting to know before I go buying the accessories to go with the pram.
    I'm rural so would rather by everything.

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    Arlo stroller is only compatible with the Arlo capsule.

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    damn it new it might be to good tone true
    thank you :-)

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    What pram do you want? I always suggest picking that first because you use it for longer.

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    I loved travel system. We had a emmaljunga and bugaboo with travel system.

    But also thennew recommendation is not be in car seat more than 30 mins I'm pretty sure? Someone correct me if I'm wrong. I would just get a good car seat and then place them in bassinette. Even buy a good carrier good luck

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    We have the strider compact with the travel capsule. We were told from the ladies at the baby shop where we purchased it from that bub shouldn't be in it for more then 2hrs at a time. Were still using this as the base is in my car (bub is 5.5 months) but when we go in hubby's car we use the seat. If i know im going to be longer at the shops i just take her out and baby wear for awhile or sit and have a coffee/feed etc. She gets out while feeding and that can take awhile so she isnt constantly in it.They are a great idea though 😊
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