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user banned SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 24574 posts
Sep 17th '12
Quoting s.daud:" talk about rip off! this seller on ebay is selling a city elite for almost $2000 converted: http:/ ... [snip!] ... get one for $369 from Amazon...Germans really like to rip us off...i saw a lady selling a used joovy ergo for $600...USED!!!"


That's insane!

user banned SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 24574 posts
Sep 17th '12

It's Deep Purple...LOVE!
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user banned SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 24574 posts
Sep 17th '12

WTF!? Really people...booties for your stroller.
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s.daud 3 kids; Hamburg, Germany 2044 posts
Sep 17th '12

yeah they exist here too, except the ones ive seen arent as pretty...just plain black...but its for like when u need to transport a dirty stroller in the car or whatever...u can got lots of generic brand ones here at boutiques

The Fantastic 4 Due October 16; 2 kids; New York 6947 posts
Sep 17th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting .chele.:</b>" That's insane!"</blockquote>




They have the ultralight at 21 lbs but it cost wayyyy more. I'm strapped right now lol maybe next Time!

user banned SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 24574 posts
Sep 17th '12

Irish...they're on sale! So is the fitness kit [which includes a parent console], the fuzzy warm liner and a bunch of other crap!



http://www.albeebaby.com/bob-weather-shield-for-single-revolution-and-stroller-strides-strollers.html



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aperture 2 kids; New Jersey 14866 posts
Sep 17th '12
Quoting .chele.:" Irish...they're on sale! So is the fitness kit [which includes a parent console], the fuzzy warm liner ... [snip!] ... bunch of other crap! http://www.albeebaby.com/bob-weather-shield-for-single-revolution-and-stroller-strides-strollers.html "


I bought one yesterday at BBB with $5off. With shipping and tax from albee baby, it will be the same price. thank you so much though



Oh and I also bought this from BBB... for walking282009_10151166235939938_1729937427_n.jp

aperture 2 kids; New Jersey 14866 posts
Sep 17th '12

I need foot muff suggestion though for the BOB

sarah1209 3 kids; Ohio 13657 posts
Sep 19th '12
Quoting .chele.:" WTF!? Really people...booties for your stroller. "

Lol, that would be good for strollers that hit the canopy when folded up. Taking the time to put them on would be annoying though.

user banned SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 24574 posts
Sep 20th '12

Not my fave stroller, but I really don't mind the Moodd...but, this limited edition is hideous. They should've put the print on the seat or canopy, not the actual frame IMO.
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s.daud 3 kids; Hamburg, Germany 2044 posts
Sep 21st '12

yeah i dont get these limited editions...who is actually going to buy that?

sarah1209 3 kids; Ohio 13657 posts
Sep 22nd '12
Quoting .chele.:" Not my fave stroller, but I really don't mind the Moodd...but, this limited edition is hideous. They should've put the print on the seat or canopy, not the actual frame IMO. "

Very ugly!

s.daud 3 kids; Hamburg, Germany 2044 posts
Sep 26th '12

Sarah, and others who have worn their babies:



I'm seriously considering wearing baby in a carrier for like the first 6 months, because by then G will be 2 years and 8 months, and will probably be more ready for a board (maybe!!). Because when this baby comes, G will be two years and two and a half months old, but he's different. For one thing, he started walking at 19 months, so he definitely cannot walk when we're out, because he just cant walk fast enough, and he's really mischievious, controlling him inside is so hard, what will happen outside!! I mean he doesnt care where hes going, he has his own mind. We have to keep the outside door locked because he just runs out...thats probably what he'll do if I'm out shopping and leave the stroller to go get something...and plus I dont think he'd be able to stand that long...Sit n Stands dont exist here, so thats out of the question (although I dont know whether I'd get one anyway)... So, my husband does not agree with getting a double stroller, especially one that costs anywhere between 500-700

s.daud 3 kids; Hamburg, Germany 2044 posts
Oct 12th '12

isnt this ridiculous?!?! I was just wondering how much a BOB Revo single would cost here, just wanted to know cuz I saw a woman pushing one yesterday, I first checked the price of it in the US, and on Amazon I found it for $321. Here, it costs....




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user banned SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 24574 posts
Oct 12th '12

That's insane! Is there anything sold over there that is comparable? Like BabyJogger or MountainBuggy...or are they really overpriced too?