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That's a steal of a deal!
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Should I buy for a baby I don't yet have and may not have for another 5 years? I mean - It's a slick deal. Right?
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Just in time for a baby shower!
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This barely has any reviews. Anyone have thoughts on this?
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Personally I have Britax. There's 250 dollar difference in the two system. Britax is known for safety. However if you are all about saving money then maybe you should look into this. I don't like the big wheels. Sometimes they take up space in a cramped small crossover trunk. But it does look sturdy especially the stroller. One goos thing that this strollsr has and many other bands like graco and Chicco is the cup holder. That is a weight saving feature when your wife does not have to carry bottles in her diaper bag.
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Act quick get it from Walmart in 5 days. Walmart also says 22% drop leading me to think this was already marked down to 135ish. As the others have stated there are not a lot of reviews so this would be a gamble. I would not expect it to act like an expensive jogging stroller, but might be a nice option for someone who walks around the neighborhood, parks, zoo ect.
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Personally I have Britax. There's 250 dollar difference in the two system. Britax is known for safety. However if you are all about saving money then maybe you should look into this. I don't like the big wheels. Sometimes they take up space in a cramped small crossover trunk. But it does look sturdy especially the stroller. One goos thing that this strollsr has and many other bands like graco and Chicco is the cup holder. That is a weight saving feature when your wife does not have to carry bottles in her diaper bag.
Big wheels are for all terrain. Little wheels don't handle obstacles. If a bump is 10% of your wheel size vs 30-50% baby wont feel it as much.
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My wife is due in February but she's already obsessing over colors for this and that, and teal isn't one of them. What I wouldn't give for her to relax a bit.
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I have this stroller, it's awesome! It's very easy to push, and comes already assembled (even though the directions say to assemble it together). It's nice that the front wheel locks when jogging.
I thought it would be too big for the wife to handle, but it's perfect even for her (she's 5'0").
My mom, however, wants an umbrella stroller. Lighter, easier to fold and lift.
As another posted said, the wheels make it cumbersome to put in the trunk.
I can't say anything about the car seat though.
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My wife is due in February but she's already obsessing over colors for this and that, and teal isn't one of them. What I wouldn't give for her to relax a bit.
Every other day she's gonna change her mind on something/everything. If you make most of the purchases, you'll hear it for just a bit and then she'll forgive ya Wink ..but pick your battles...

I bought a car seat on sale, thought it was more reddish, but turned out a bit pink-ish. Oops, but it was cheaper than the other colors (also was a week away from being due), and doesn't look too girly for our son, so she's cool with it Big Grin we use it every day.
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Should I buy for a baby I don't yet have and may not have for another 5 years? I mean - It's a slick deal. Right?
Don't buy this now, you'll find a perfectly good deal during the 9 months you're pregnant. Also, that would save you from having to store it for 5 years in a closet.
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Big wheels are for all terrain. Little wheels don't handle obstacles. If a bump is 10% of your wheel size vs 30-50% baby wont feel it as much.
Britax one I have has shocks to account for that. It drives smooth as butter. This looks like a wannabe britax especially cause it's "35" like the britax model. I wouldn't trust it. Never compromise safety with your child
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This barely has any reviews. Anyone have thoughts on this?
Amazon, free returns.
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