Show me your city mini gts with car seat attached?


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I thought I had myself sold on the britax b agile travel system but I'm just not. I think it's a great travel system but after reading and watching many reviews I always find myself going back to the city mini. Recently I decided since we go along a lot of different terrain the GT is probably best for us.

So could you show me your car seat attached to a city mini GT and tell me a little about how you feel with the combination? And would you choose this again or go with a different car seat?
I'm not finding a lot of images online with different car seats on this stroller, unfortunately..

I'm really liking the Graco click connect car seats because of how light they are but fabric/cushion leaves some to be desired. Also the Chico key fit and bsafe are on my list to. IM interested in others too but these are the main ones..

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When I bought my B Agile, I compared it side by side with the City Mini and found them both to be pretty much identical. I chose the B Agile for two main reasons, I preferred the harness and the the curved bar at the back rather than the straight one that's on the city mini because it gave me more room while walking. The City Mini GT however, is far superior than both the B Agile and the City Mini in my opinion and I would absolutely go with that one if it's on your list. It is truly one of my favorite strollers ever and I've been planning on buying one myself eventually. My personal preference for infant seats to use with any Baby Jogger stroller is Britax because they use the same stroller attachment system that Britax strollers use, making use as a travel system very easy. The adapters also don't have to be removed when folding or storing the stroller, they don't add any bulk to the stroller, and they can be left on when using the stroller without the car seat. If I were having another baby, a B Safe 35+City Mini GT would be very high on my list.

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I have a regular City Mini, but the car seat adaptor part is the same as on the GT.

I have an Aton 2. What I like about the Cybex/Maxi Cosi car seats on the City Mini is that they only use the smaller click-in side pieces of the adaptors, so it is really easy to fold, carry, and store the stroller with the adaptors still attached.

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I have a city mini with a DIY strap with a buckle that I put through the RF belt path. Works with pretty much any seat LOL!! I made my own that's just like this:


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