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Babyjogger vue
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MrsM2509 · 09/09/2014 19:19

Has anyone tried one? If so what are they like, is the basket really unusable? And the wheels terrible?Or are they not even out yet?

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MrsM2509 · 12/09/2014 09:26

Just bumping

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blushingmare · 19/09/2014 06:40

Bumping again - I'd like to know too! And can you get a buggy board on it? I wish this had been an option 5 months ago when I was looking for a new pushchair!

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moggle · 19/09/2014 11:46

Try googling the Petite star bubble njoy - it's basically the same pushchair - in fact it may be exactly the same (in terms of chassis) as I'm sure I read somewhere Baby Jogger bought the factory that made them?

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Tiggywunkle · 21/09/2014 17:31

Yes, I have a Baby Jogger Vue. It is just like the NJoy Bubble to be honest - yes BJ did buy the factory.
I am enjoying using it. The seat is MASSIVE! Huge! I like that I can have an older child parent facing. It handles fairly well. Yes the basket is teeeeny. There are access zips at the side, but the chassis constrains what you can fit in. I could just about squeeze my purse and a small bag underneath - depth wise not width wise. You would be able to push coats under or flatter items, but there isn't much space. You can always wedge something in the rear of the second seat if the seat is forward facing.
There are a couple of changes - the folding lock is a bit higher which means the chassis doesn't 'flap' like the Bubble one did when folded. There is no crotch pad, which may not sound anything, but way the buckle is constructed makes it sharp in places. Not bad through the winter, but I wish it had a pad for summer.

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