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Cast Your Vote:

    • # 1 -- Votes: 1
    • # 2 -- Votes: 14
    • # 3 -- Votes: 3
    • # 4 -- Votes: 2
    • # 5 -- Votes: 7
    • # 6 -- Votes: 5
    • None -- Votes: 2
Mommy to 3!!!! 3 kids; Lincoln, Alabama 10234 posts
24th Oct '12

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Mrs cree Due November 23; 33 kids; Ontario 1907 posts
24th Oct '12

One of the things my husband and I looked at when choosing our travel system was the wheels we got small bicycle wheels on ours I've seen many with the hard plastic wheels that are very worn down and I worry about how the will hold up with the elements we ended up choosing the Quinny I also researched the safety ratings and ratings by people who own it or I have seen with the stroller

Mommy to 3!!!! 3 kids; Lincoln, Alabama 10234 posts
24th Oct '12

Number 3 is nice. I'm more of a Chicco person, but I would use number 3

Nut ღ Meg Beverly Hills, CA, United States 40235 posts
24th Oct '12

Isn't your son young still? You wouldn't prefer a sit and stand with an infant seat attachment?

Mrs.Dani Due July 3; 1 child; 3 angel babies; Oxnard, California 10272 posts
24th Oct '12

I like 2 because of the colors.

vincents momma! 1 child; Pennsylvania 998 posts
24th Oct '12

i think 2 or 3. 3 is a really cute design. it doesnt matter how cheap it is, as long as your baby is safe :) my son had a used carseat that was passed down, and it did the job.

Just Ames 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Montego Bay, Jamaica 114793 posts
24th Oct '12
Quoting *Lindsey*:" i have 6 and i love it! altho i think mine is the more expensive one cause i have the safeseat which ... [snip!] ... thing. I like graco products. The first few are cheaper ones though. but we cant all afford to pay 400+ on a travel system! "

#6 is only like $30-$40 more than the others. They are all $250-$300. It's nice to know the seat goes up in weight but dang, that's heavy as shit to carry around :lol: He'll be in a convertible by that point.

Just Ames 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Montego Bay, Jamaica 114793 posts
24th Oct '12
Quoting Meg ♥:" Isn't your son young still? You wouldn't prefer a sit and stand with an infant seat attachment?"

He'll be 4 when this one is born. And we've talked about that one and it's still an option, I suppose. I haven't really looked into it though :oops: I am going to do that now. Thanks for the suggestion.

Nut ღ Meg Beverly Hills, CA, United States 40235 posts
24th Oct '12
Quoting Just Ames:" He'll be 4 when this one is born. And we've talked about that one and it's still an option, I suppose. ... [snip!] ... still an option, I suppose. I haven't really looked into it though :oops: I am going to do that now. Thanks for the suggestion."


Ah okay! You're welcome.



Out of the ones you posted though, I do like #5 the best! :)

Baby Rocs Mommy[LPC] 17 kids; Royal Palm Beach, Florida 13188 posts
24th Oct '12

I love 2 =)

*Lindsey* 3 kids; Alberta 8798 posts
24th Oct '12
Quoting Just Ames:" #6 is only like $30-$40 more than the others. They are all $250-$300. It's nice to know the seat goes ... [snip!] ... know the seat goes up in weight but dang, that's heavy as shit to carry around :lol: He'll be in a convertible by that point."


Haha well those particular 2 are 22 lbs. I cant tell the differance cause the one i have has round black things on the side where the carrying part comes down
like this:
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*Lindsey* 3 kids; Alberta 8798 posts
24th Oct '12
Quoting Just Ames:" He'll be 4 when this one is born. And we've talked about that one and it's still an option, I suppose. ... [snip!] ... still an option, I suppose. I haven't really looked into it though :oops: I am going to do that now. Thanks for the suggestion."


I have the joovy sit and stand...my oldest was 3 1/2 and it worked perfect for both of them cause she was at the point wher eshe didnt wanna be in a stroller at all but she liked sitting on there when she got tired. The only downside is that when your baby is not in the carseat and just in the stroller it doesnt recline very much. So its good to have a reclining stroller for time when you will need it.

Just Ames 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Montego Bay, Jamaica 114793 posts
24th Oct '12
Quoting Mrs cree:" One of the things my husband and I looked at when choosing our travel system was the wheels we got small ... [snip!] ... up choosing the Quinny I also researched the safety ratings and ratings by people who own it or I have seen with the stroller"

There really is no elements here. Just flat :lol: We used our son's travel system stroller for about 2 years and it was just a normal Graco one. Thanks for the heads up though.

Just Ames 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Montego Bay, Jamaica 114793 posts
24th Oct '12
Quoting *Lindsey*:" I have the joovy sit and stand...my oldest was 3 1/2 and it worked perfect for both of them cause she ... [snip!] ... and just in the stroller it doesnt recline very much. So its good to have a reclining stroller for time when you will need it."

Ah. Great point. Thanks.

Just Ames 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Montego Bay, Jamaica 114793 posts
24th Oct '12
Quoting Meg ♥:" Ah okay! You're welcome. Out of the ones you posted though, I do like #5 the best! :) "

I just looked up the Sit and Stand and read the specs. It won't work for us since Squishy is already 40 lbs :(



Baby Trend - Sit N Stand Plus Double Baby Stroller, Millennium:Accommodates 2 Baby Trend infant car seatsFront Seat recommended use: Upright, unassisted child up to 40 lbs.Back Seat recommended use: 2 1/2 years up to 40 lbs.Covered parent-organizer with 2 cup holders2 trays with cup holders5-point safety harnessesSit N Stand Plus Double Baby Stroller features 2 full-size seats and canopiesStroller's rear canopy and seat back can be removed to allow older children to stand or sitDimensions: 49" x 21.5" x 43"Model: SS76773Assembly required