file Best Affordable Stroller

7 years 10 months ago #251012 by DieSwartKat
We bought the McLaren when our daughter was 7 months old, despite having a perfectly good Graco pram. The McLaren is awesome, she's now just over 2 and we still use it. We've been hard on it, and it's really lasting very well. If folds up into a really compact, light, stroller. Would definitely buy the same again.

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7 years 10 months ago #251008 by Nels_n
Replied by Nels_n on topic Best Affordable Stroller
Hi SuzM
i would also say McClaren, its easy to fold and light.

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7 years 10 months ago - 7 years 10 months ago #250991 by Antz08
Replied by Antz08 on topic Best Affordable Stroller
Hi there

Definitely the McClaren - it is tiny once folded up... and has a shoulder strap so great to carry around should they want to walk...

We actually got the Phil and Ted double stroller, for times that both my two (4years and 19months) need to go into the pram at the same time... Its alot bigger but very handy indeed... and great for exercising too.


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7 years 10 months ago #250964 by SuzM
Hi ladies

I wonder if anyone can help me. We currently have a Quinny Zapp with I feel is a schlep to open and close, and it is heavy.

My toddler is 2,5 and my baby 7 months.

I'm looking at the Chelino Clio, it's only R439 so it's a bargain compared to the Maclaren. I also see the Jeep stroller selling for R699.

Any advise or opinions?

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