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Jan 15, 2013

Stokke® Xplory® VS. Quinny Moodd

I know its still a little too early to be puchasaing baby stuffs, but i belief that i should get a start since im already at 3 months. Not planning on going goo-goo gaga buying everything, but lets get the big stuffs out of the way (i also do not want to be burdened with the huge shopping list towards the end of pregnancy). Majors will be the stroller and car seat.
If u know me well enuff, you should know i'm a big big fan of Stokke®! The most innovative creations that allows you to use a particular product (stroller/high chair/cot) for years without ever being scared that they wont last or pass the durability test. They are also adjustable to fit the age of your kid. In other words, their product grows with your child.

It's interesting to know that you can fit your Xplory with the most usable of accessory range like the Sibling Board which allows big brother/sis to stand on, the car seat adapter to fit Maxi-Cosi, Peg-Perego and Graco, etc. 
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I could go on and on and on about the Xplory BUT i have to have you prepared for the price tag. Its a massive RM5k! Enuff to pay for a down-payment on your new car. Hahaaaha. But if $$'s not an issue, its definitely worth every single sen.
Now that i've dropped the bombshell, i would like to introduce you to Quinny Moodd. Another alternative to Stokke. Nice new modern look and feel, like the fact that it has a one-button automatic unfold system but only the handle height is adjustable and not seat height (which is rather important especially if you are out in a crowded area or for those times you would want to raise the seat and use it as a highchair).

Quinny Mood also allows for usage with Maxi Cosi car seats which is also a plus. The downside on the Moodd is that its footrest is a little too short for a 2 year old thus leaving the poor tot having to dangle his feet. As all other Quinny strollers, the Moodd also hasis also compatible with Maxi Cosi car seats with the adapters, even the latest Maxi-Cosi Prezzi (promises the ultimate comfort and uses a hi-tech anti-crash system)! Wow!

The chasis/frame for the Moodd also comes in two choices; black & white. Personally, i'd love to have the white frame but am afraid that it'll get dirty due to constantly having it in and out of the trunk.

Another plus for the Moodd is its huge back tyres that's air pumped and not those hard plasticky types that you find on cheaper strollers. This makes maneuvering a bliss even on hard and rocky surfaces, ensuring paseengers' comfort!

So there you go! The best is still Stokke, no doubt. :)

My progress today: 13w 3d

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