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Babyjogger City versa

(5 Posts)
GoMommaItsaBargain Fri 09-Jan-15 14:49:31

Is the basket nice and big?
Will I find it heavy?
I want parent face option for dc3 ( he's my last and nearly one and starting to babble and point at things) currently in a phil teds dot which i love but don't reeeeaaaaallly need double kit anymore), use pram a lot to walk to school and then during day so he can end up in it a lot ....
Help opinions on it please or do I just get the babyjogger city mini, don't mind price versa,.

lentilpot Fri 09-Jan-15 17:30:00

The basket is enormous and wonderful! It is pretty heavy (when folded, not to push).

iusedtobecool Fri 09-Jan-15 17:43:41

I have the GT, and it's brilliant. I often travel with it, and can get my weekend bag, and DS changing bag underneath.

GoMommaItsaBargain Fri 09-Jan-15 20:21:02

Wow that sounds a good basket then, I have two dc in school with book bags and frequent other bits n bobs and on family days out I realise five people's coats end up stacked on the buggy so a big basket is essential, noticed the vista has one but it seems too much of a 'pram' like you would have from birth to buy now, the versa seems to have a sturdiness from what ive read?! But the videos of the easy fold make it so appealing!
I wonder if you mind giving thoughts on what it's like in a coffee shop or smaller space/disabled loo with baby change etc, eg can you push handle down out the way and is the footprint like the city mini or bigger?
Sometimes my phil n teds is tippy (to the side) up n down kerbs although isn't heavy to push or pop up kerbs, presume the Versa better at kerbs as four wheeler?

MrsWildermac Fri 09-Jan-15 20:34:57

It is utterly fabulous. The basket is huge, I can fit a weeks shop in it. DD is obviously very comfortable in it and it's fantastic to push. It's a bit heavy when folded and lifting, but that's the only downside.

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