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    Recs for a outdoors stroller?

    I would love a double stroller suitable for pushing on grass or rough pavement. A "beach stroller." Relatively compact is a plus.

    $200 or less.

    There are lots of sales right now but I don't know what to buy!!!


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    Are you purchasing single or double? Also used or new?
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    Re: Recs for a outdoors stroller?

    I would rather have a double. Either new or used would be fine.


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    Re: Recs for a outdoors stroller?

    I bought my Valco Baby Snap Duo stroller used for $200. I like it a lot, but I don't know that I would use it on the beach. For grass, though, it is fine.

    I don't know that you'll find many all-terrain strollers for under $200, so I would probably watch Craigslist and consignment sales like a hawk and hope that something used comes up.

    You might check out this comparative review: http://www.lucieslist.com/best-all-t...ble-strollers/


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    Re: Recs for a outdoors stroller?

    There are more than a couple sales going on right now...

    I don't mean on the sand, I mean on uneven terrain like one would find at the beach, Boardwalk, craft fair, etc.

    Rough pavement, Boardwalk, grass, gravel and light sand.

    Thanks for the Valco rec!


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    I would recommend bob! They are amazing. Smooth for mom and kids. I got my double for $350 gently used by a set of grandparents for when their grandkids would visit. They owned the stroller for 1 yr and the grandkids visited 2 times in one year. I looks brand new!! They paid $675 for it they said. I think it was more like $625 but still I got a great deal. I have seen bob double strollers a few years older go for $200-$275 so keep your eyes out
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    Re: Recs for a outdoors stroller?

    Seconding the Bob
    17yrs, 15yrs, 13yrs, 11yrs , 9yrs (58", 75lbs, Incognito), 7yrs (46", 50lbs, Dreamtime), 5yrs (41", 35lbs, RN), 3yrs (30lbs, RF Marathon), NB (Peg 4-35)
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    Re: Recs for a outdoors stroller?

    Quote Originally Posted by seb3244 View Post
    I would recommend bob! They are amazing. Smooth for mom and kids. I got my double for $350 gently used by a set of grandparents for when their grandkids would visit. They owned the stroller for 1 yr and the grandkids visited 2 times in one year. I looks brand new!! They paid $675 for it they said. I think it was more like $625 but still I got a great deal. I have seen bob double strollers a few years older go for $200-$275 so keep your eyes out

    That's the kind of deal I'm looking for! Good for you!!!


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