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    What is a good a carriage to buy if I am looking to get something new?

    Feif Un

    Single? Double? Travel? Jogger? How old is the child/children?

    thinking jew

    the city mini is great and not too expensive. it’s compact and lightweight and folds really easily and rides very smoothly. I have it and am really happy with it. it costs $219


    The Baby Jogger City Mini is an excellent carriage that reclines all the way and folds up in a snap using one hand.


    I haven’t heard a complaint about the citi mini yet!

    My sisters have the original baby jogger- the single tips and the double is a HUGE KLUTZ, heavy and big.

    I’d go for the city mini in double and single you got another few good choiced


    The pegperego is good if your baby is sleeping you just pass him in the car seat to the stroller without waking him i think it cost like 25O dlls i dont remember , the boogaboo is not good you have to separate the stroller in two just to fold it and its expensive.


    I also have the peg perego pliko 3 and I’m happy with it.


    Thecarriage I have s Uppababy, its relativly new. I am quite happy with it but I was wondering what others are happier with…


    Bugaboo. Can use it in so many different ways. we got it when my brother was born and we still use it for him (he’s a few yrs old now) because it switches to what u need it to be. Also very smooth.


    I use to have a Peg Perego double stroller, about 14 years ago back, it was great and lasted a long time. The last carriage I had was also a front to back double stroller for for my twins, was a Graco, which I purchased for under $100.00. For the price, it couldn’t be beat and I definetly got my money’s worth out of it.

    I wouldn’t recommend the front seat to use for a newborn, because it does not recline all the way in the front seat. I also was give a side by side for the twins, but I had a hard time fitting through doors.

    I am noticing alot of people using the jogging strollers, but they seem so bulky. I guess those are good for people who jog or do alot of walking.

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