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Which stroller would you choose?

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    The quest at mothercare costs $1,999, the Graco in TRU is 1,149 and the Techno XT is $2,769 at Bumps to Babes

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    The graco that cost 1149 in TRU is Citisport. Citilite costs 1599 (if I am correct) at Eugene, VIP price. But now we are also interested in the Graco Mirage (i think that is the model name) which cost 999 at Eugene
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    thanks ladies for the replies! :)

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    We are still looking for a lightweight stroller for our 17 month old. It looks like Maclaren would be our choice too after reading this post. We have a Orbit travel system and an Esprit. Both are too bulky to take with us when travelling.

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    My son is 21 months and we have been using the combi well comfort since birth, and I will be using it for my second. It's super light, folds easily with one hand, and despite the plasticky look, holds up well, as I often strap all my shopping on it too. I cannot understand why some mothers in hk are walking around with the monstrosities that they are. I like the bar handle too, makes one hand steering very easy.

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    I really like the citilite, but I am afraid that, as it is too light, it may not be shock resistant. It may be good for walking inside malls, but may not be good for going outdoor, walking streets.

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    The combi is like that too, small wheels, so you basically have to brace the stroller up even tiny curbs. It's a bit inconvenient, but you get used to it and its the price to pay for light strollers. I wouldn't trade it.

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    hey~ i use to own a Aprica Stroller, is also Japanese Brand, similar to Combi, but i think better in looks and quality. however, my son out grew the stroller so quickly!!! although the stroller is very light and sturdy, but now i look back, its really a waste of money if i can only use it for 9 months! Now my son loves the Bugaboo Bee! I highly recommend it, i wish i got the Bee in the very beginning!

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