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Taking infant to Jamaica for a week. What kind of stroller?

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  • Nov 16th, 2017 4:17 pm
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Jan 17, 2002
6759 posts
Summer Infant 3D is a good choice, we are taking ours on a trip/cruise starting this weekend
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May 10, 2011
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$20 walmart umbrella stroller works great for travel.

Easy to take it on a taxi, ferry, tour bus, etc. No need to worry if it will be damaged during gate check-in.

You will thank me when you find out that there are plenty of resorts/hotels/airports/restaurants/shopping malls outside of Canada that can only be accessed by stairs. Even my petite wife can hold the kid in one hand and the umbrella stroller in the other walking up and down stairs. Try that with a $1k uppababy.

You aren't going groceries shopping in Jamaica, no need for a full size stroller.
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Dec 15, 2004
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We got the mountain buggy nano 2 for our first born and it’s great and folds into carry on approved size goes under the seat or large overhead bins. Can also put car seat on it without adaptors and it is an approved travel system.

We recently bought the Yo-yo because we have another baby and yo-yo can accommodate our older child with a new piggy back board.

They’re both great strollers. nano does feel lighter in weight IMO.