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Mountain Buggy Nano Stroller $149.88 @ Walmart.com (Blue/Black/Red)

AkumaX 9,564 2,269 September 6, 2016 at 07:21 PM in Strollers (4) More Walmart Deals
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Last Edited by kh0rneflakes September 6, 2016 at 07:34 PM
Walmart.com has a very compact-folding Mountain Buggy Nano Stroller for $149.88. Lowest it's ever been was $200 @ Amazon with a $40 GC. Available in Black, Nautical (Blue), and Ruby (Red).

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Mounta...r/39815966

Mountain Buggy Nano is the ultimate travel companion that promises convenience, longevity, an authentic Mountain Buggy experience of ease and maneuverability with first-class safety innovation. With its premium quality, refined style and strength of heritage, Nano is a much-welcomed addition to the Mountain Buggy range, offered to the customer as first-class travel in a bag. Weighing at just 13 pounds and with the ability to compact fold into its included travel bag, it fits into overhead luggage compartments for families who value ease and pure functionality. The sophistication of Nano is that it also provides dual functionality to take your infant car seat with its built-in car seat adapter and then perform as a super-compact, urban stroller for years to come — a desired item for today's busy, traveling modern families. With key relevant features, Nano boasts a super-quick unfold plus an easy fold down system that locks it down to a travel bag size.

Mountain Buggy Nano Stroller:
  • Infant car seat ready; no need to purchase additional adapters
  • Works with any infant car seat on the market
  • Ultra-compact size at just 22" wide
  • Stroller weight: 13 lbs
  • Travel bag and shoulder carrying strap included
  • Easy 2-step, compact fold
  • Meets regulations for airline carryon luggage
  • Nano can be used until approximately 4 years of age or max weight of 44 lbs
  • Globally safety certified in over 50 countries
  • Winner of the 2013 Juvenile Products Manufacturer's Association Innovation Award
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#3
How does it compare to the one babies rus sells that is supposedly the snallest foldup ever
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How does it compare to the one babies rus sells that is supposedly the snallest foldup ever
You're talking about this one right?

http://www.toysrus.com/buy/stroll...3-90221976

Was going to save up for it, but figure @ $100 less I could give it a shot.


P.S. has it really gotten to the point that the 'older' SDers are looking @ kid-friendly deals, rather than the computer parts of yore?
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perfect timing , needed for a trip in October.

how do you guys travel with a car seat and stroller? check in both ? do you recommend a good travel car seat or do you use the same one from home ?
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perfect timing , needed for a trip in October.

how do you guys travel with a car seat and stroller? check in both ? do you recommend a good travel car seat or do you use the same one from home ?
you can check in the car seat for free. get something like this backpack child seat bag:
https://www.amazon.com/Childress-...B0009RNXNA
so it'll be easy to transfer off the carousel.

take the stroller to the gate and gate check it @ the terminal, so you can have it ready once you get off the plane

i use the same car seat from home, just take it out of the car when you go. you could get a travel one, depending on size of kid for convenience.
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Quote from mrdizle View Post :
perfect timing , needed for a trip in October.

how do you guys travel with a car seat and stroller? check in both ? do you recommend a good travel car seat or do you use the same one from home ?
I have this Nano as my travel stroller, It will fit in the overhead compartment bin. As for the car seat, we didn't want the hassle of lugging one around so we rented one at our destination.
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This is pretty good for travel but if you go on rocky surfaces, the wheels can start to wobble afterwards. However, forums do state that you can get replacement wheels easily.
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This is the best stroller. I have a bumbleride twin for around the neighborhood, but this is my go to. I have the little scooter that attaches to it as well, total waste, but definitely recommend this one at this price! As far as airplane travel, we use a strap to our luggage we bought off amazon for $12 or so. It attaches to roller type carryon bags. We put both kids in those and carry the lightweight nano in a strapped bag it comes with.
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This is so worth the money. I bought 2 years ago for $200 and it's the best stroller I have ever had. It's for my third kid, so wanted to go low key this time around. No more giant stroller systems for me, the car carrier fit perfectly in this. It folds up so small you don't even know you have it.
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How is this functionally different from a $5 umbrella stroller...?
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P.S. has it really gotten to the point that the 'older' SDers are looking @ kid-friendly deals, rather than the computer parts of yore?
I know I do laugh out loud

Already have a few strollers otherwise I'd pick this up.

Ty and repped for the post Smilie
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How is this functionally different from a $5 umbrella stroller...?

there are umbrella stroller for $5? woot
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sounds like they need to get the kinks worked out
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Quote from AkumaX View Post :
You're talking about this one right?

http://www.toysrus.com/buy/stroll...3-90221976

Was going to save up for it, but figure @ $100 less I could give it a shot.


P.S. has it really gotten to the point that the 'older' SDers are looking @ kid-friendly deals, rather than the computer parts of yore?
yes was referring to that one.

i think the SD base has expanded...so yes, years ago there were no stroller deals b/c moms and dads werent even on the internet or deal sites, they were clipping coupons

now it is a wider perspective, still plenty of computer part deals
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