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    Definately GRACO EDT. BabiesRUs cost $998, in B2B it cost $1200. Its does come with a small waist bag that also fits over the handles of the pram that has a bottle holder, very handy for a small bottle of water.

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    Thanks, will definitely check the Graco EDT out. One question - is it fully reclineable, or is it not suitable for newborns?

    BTW - is there a Babies R Us in HK, or is it just part of Toys R Us?

    Thanks again. :)
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    I agree with everyone else although we haven't put our Graco EDT to the test yet....a coulpe of weeks to go for that!! A friend, who is a nanny in Hong Kong and therefore has lots of experience with strollers, said this was the best.

    We got ours at Babies R Us which is part of Toys R Us

    All the best

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    o, and the stroller that i bought is fully reclined, that how we change our baby's diaper in it. plus, it comes with a foot muff that come in very useful when you're travelling to cold places (not useful in Hong kong though). when we were in Japan last winter, it was so windy, but little bub's feet were still warm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaetee
    Thanks, will definitely check the Graco EDT out. One question - is it fully reclineable, or is it not suitable for newborns?

    BTW - is there a Babies R Us in HK, or is it just part of Toys R Us?

    Thanks again. :)
    Its not 'fully reclineable' but I think it reclines enough. The info about the pram will sometimes tell you it for 3months + but we put our boy in it from birth. All I did was bought a sheepskin pram liner to keep bub nice and snug. The sheep skin is good for summer and winter. You can purchase one at B2B.

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    Is EDT the models full name?? I looked on the Graco stroller website and cold not find it.

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    It can be reclined up to 160 degree. Not completely flat, but enough.
    My girls used it when they're just newborns. I put extra blankets/sheets for the lower part of the seat, so that it'd level the head-part, thus becoming flat.

    Strange that you can't find EDT on Graco's website. Have you tried to google?

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    Check the classifieds in geoexpat.com. I saw someone selling bugaboo for a mere HK$400-500. Be quick

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