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LIVINGSTONCM Posts: 34
10/13/11 10:00 A

My hubby and I got a Jeep fixed wheel jogging stroller. It has two monster wheels in the back and one large in the front. That thing ROCKS! It's been through two kids, it has trekked through nearly every grain of sand on the East Coast, hiked through some gnarly terrain, and climbed rocks along the West Coast...but it rolls along the boardwalk and on the roads around our house as smooth as silk...

It also has an ipod dock and speakers...we've only used it once or twice, but it works good if you like that sort of thing.

We paid 150 for it 3 years ago...still around the same today.

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10/13/11 8:51 A

I have a BOB Revolution, it's not really lightweight I guess, and I got mine for $350 used on Craigslist. It's about $600 new. But it can travel smoothly over pretty much any terrain.

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JENNY_BILLOT Posts: 1,634
10/12/11 12:33 P

I'm looking for a lightweight stroller around $100 that I can use for my 1yr old. We bought a travel system in the beginning and never even used the car seat. I'd like a 5 point harness and wheels that can go over sand/rocks since I live in the desert.

*mrs.pinky*

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