This was posted 1 year 11 months 10 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

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Baby Jogger City Select Pram - $449.50 (50% off, Discount Shown at Checkout, Click and Collect Only) @ David Jones

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Was looking for prams and found this deal. I don't personally have this pram but have heard lots of good things about it.
Suitable from 6 months + (would need the bassinet to make it suitable from newborn).


Whether you're looking for a travel system, a pram, a double stroller, a triple, or just a single, the City Select could be the only stroller you'll ever need. The most versatile stroller on the market today, the City Select was designed to keep your family rolling as it grows from one child to two, or even three.

  • Patented Quick-Fold Technology - allows you to fold your stroller in one simple step<br>
  • Innovative multi-functional design allows you to select your seating arrangement up to 16 unique combinations (with double conversion kits sold separately)
  • Hand operated parking brake
  • 12" forever-air rear and 8" lightweight front wheels with front wheel suspension and sealed ball bearings
  • Swivel front wheels for quick and agile maneuverability can lock into place for long distance strolling<br> - Multi-position seat recline for passenger comfort
  • Multi-position sun canopy with peek-a-boo window and adjustable head height
  • Adjustable 5-point safety harness with shoulder pads and buckle cover
  • Multi-position foot well tilt adds leg support
  • Telescoping handlebar with wipe clean grip
  • Seat back storage compartment and large under seat basket
  • Secure fold latch for easy transportation or storage

  • Only suitable from 6 months+

  • 20.5Kgs per seat weight capacity
  • Single Weight 12.5kgs (with Seat)
  • Double weight 14.5kgs
  • Pram frame weight 10kgs (without seat)
  • UV50+ Protection Canopy

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    Any C&C stock though? WA is all out for delivery and C&C

  • +3 votes

    I have this pram. Its awesome.
    There is also a capsule holder that you can get but it was a different brand which fits this pram. We never got to use it. If U interested I can try seeing what brand it was

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      Maxi Cosi from memory is the one we used with it

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      Baby Jogger also have released their own capsule. We've got it, and it's ok. Goes up to 1 year. We aren't in love with the attachment mechanism to the pram - it is difficult to align to slot in, and sometimes needs a lot of force to get off. (The locking mechanism of the Steelcraft Agile and their Infant capsule is much much better in this respect. It doesn't even need a safety strap, which the Baby Jogger does have) It is isofix, and is relatively light. The straps have a sliding adjustment method, rather than having to refeed.

      The Britax Unity capsule is also compatible, but needs different adaptors.

      The Arlo is also compatible, but needs a huge attachment (like a metal frame) which immediately put me off.

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        We have a adaptor that we bought from a baby store that goes onto our Baby Jogger City Select and lets us use our Britax Unity Neos capsule with it. Preferred this capsule as unlike the maxi cosi's they go to 1 year old (we made 11 months i think).

        We got the Baby Jogger City Select during an Ebay sale about 2 years ago from the US. Was just under $600AU including shipping, but came with the second seat. This is a great deal for one with AU warranty.

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          We actually wanted to get the unity Neos, but neither Britax nor Baby jogger would confirm it would work. In hind sight I probably should have just taken it to a pram store with everything and tried it myself.

          It is however slightly harder to find places that stock the click and go connectors for the Britax.

          Good on you for getting it to work

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          @butwhy:

          I can confirm Neos works with city select. I bought the adapters on Facebook marketplace for around $20.

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    So RRP is $900?

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    It's available in Miranda, NSW. I haven't checked the other states.

    The site design is so bad, you have to click the drop down box, click Add Store and then it tells you whether it's in stock or not. Once you've added too many stores, the system throws an unspecificed error and you have to clear cache to start checking stock again.

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      Max number of stores you can add at one time is five. Yes, website isn’t great, but a new one is coming very soon!

        • +4 votes

          Then kerfuffle will be jobless and no competition, and there will be no physical store walk in and buy goods.
          Amazon designed for online from the start, DJ's and Myer are physical stores competing with online stores, don't want them to go away.

        • +3 votes

          @boomramada:

          Now you going of the topic. Destruction of Australian manufacturing done by Australian consumer/economy, now you shooting the messenger. HN, DJ, MYER, they are business and their job is to meet the consumer needs.

          No they choose to support Chinese made products that they sold for the same price as Australian products.

          Simple economics, supply and demand;
          Majority of the consumer don't want to buy Australian made furniture which is x10 more expensive than made in China, due to labor cost.

          Australian made is not ten times more. It all started over 20 years ago when they started to replace small lines of once Australian made products with Chinese made and they aggressively continued this until the Australian manufacturers had nowhere to sell their products meanwhile the stores were making huge amounts of money that covered up their massive inefficiencies for a while.

          Do you think Holden and Ford got killed by HN, DJ & MYER?

          Did Harvey Norman, DJ's and Myers sell vehicles?

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        Hi, Do you know if online stock inventory is accurate where it says out of stock for particular store however it is available inside the store.

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          Hi, Do you know if online stock inventory is accurate where it says out of stock for particular store however it is available inside the store.

          The stock inventory is not accurate in anyway. The only way to know for sure is to visit the store and physically check as the staff will look up the system which is also incorrect if you call.

        • -1 vote

          If it's out of stock in store when you look on the website, it's very unlikely you'll be able to find the stock in store despite it saying out of stock unless a new shipment arrived or something.

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    This pram is so good. Fully recommend it

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    No stock left in VIC. I called up and just a couple left in NSW

  • +1 vote

    Almost worth as much as my car.

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    does it feel heavy?

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      He ain't heavy, he's my baby.

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      Very study, but very heavy. If you don't care for lugging it around (or don't have a good amount of car boot space) consider a more compact, lighter pram.

    • +3 votes

      It's extremely heavy and hard to lug around..we call ours the truck.

      Because its so heavy its very sturdy and it pushes like a dream. Heaps of storage underneath and ability to have 2 seats.

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      I tried one out in double mode when I was looking for a double pram and found it difficult to 'pop' up the curb. It might be worth trying one in store before deciding.

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      No problem pushing it around. None of my family incl. Grandparent's have issues putting it in/out of car. Storage underneath is huge and absolutely the best thing about it. So many other prams have tiny storage space, so do your research.

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    I've owned this pram and the city mini GT. If you have 1 kid i'd recommend the GT over this. This pram is more suited as a double pram (including people that buy with second kid in mind). We bought it as it's double configuration is long (as opposed to side by side) so it's easier to navigate aisles etc. I'd avoid the kickboard on this model, I was always kicking it with my shins. Being long, it's centre of gravity can go out a bit making certain turns more difficult.

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      keep in mind if you do go the city mini GT, make sure it is a GT (the one with the better wheels), wheels are very important and the regular city mini has crap ones.

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    2012 model..

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    out of stock

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    had this pram for 3.5 years, gone through 2 kids with it. rock solid, a tad heavy but its durable, easy to navigate and the bottom basket/net can hold a lot of kgs!

  • +3 votes

    Kid 1: Best pram we could find
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    Kid 4: Used McLaren from Gummie

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    Best price ever?

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    Thanks OP. We lost our pram last week. This is a great price to replace it with another new one. Otherwise would have gone for a used one.

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    We've got the new model (City Select Lux), which is ridiculously overpriced in Australia. Bought it for $850AU delivered from states on Ebay (double pram).

    There are a few advantages of the Lux
    - Modulatable brakes (to have some assistance whilst walking down a hill). Mine doesn't work particularly well and I've been sent a replacement assembly that I haven't tried yet. The standard full brake obviously works properly
    - Rear suspension
    - Compatible with rear facing optional bench seat for older kids (this is not compatible with the old model)
    - The seats now fold up. It is significantly smaller than the old model. Big plus for smaller cars

    Disadvantages:
    - Lux is around 1kg heavier
    - apparently the Lux front seat supports aren't quite as sturdy

    There are lots of comparisons online if you're interested

  • +2 votes

    Its sturdy but very heavy. Prefer a redsbaby jive over this.

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    We bought a Steel Craft Compact Strider Delux over this. It was on sale in babytrain for $575 and it can be used for new borns as well

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    Excellent bargain, thanks OP :).

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    Have had this pram for the last few years, with 2 seats, bassinet and attachment for unity capsule.
    We find the pram excellent and can easily fit 2 kids + equipment.

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    I would skip this pram and get the Baby Jogger City GT. It is much better and probably this price when at full RRP.

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      This converts to double pram with the optional seat, so it is in a completely different league.

      Having said that, if you don't think you have any need for a double, get a single pram. We had a Steelcraft Agile. Very similar to the GT but a little more basic. 7kg. $240. Capsule compatible. We loved it.

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    I had one used, used it with twins for 2 years, found with 1 kid in it's an absolute dream pram, put 2 in and unless your on a perfect level surface like shopping centre it can be hard on the wrists keeping it staight. Side by side with bigger wheels more suitable for going park

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    I have this pram and rate highly. Specially if you are planning to have a second one, the 2 seats would come in handy.
    This price is a real bargain.

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    Just bought the baby yoyo $570. Can even use it for carry on.

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    I own this pram and can recommend it. but I bought mine for $50 second hand…

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    You can't buy it anymore

    seems that its expired

    can someone update it as I keep getting annoyed seeing that its available and then I am unable to purchase it

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      can someone update it as I keep getting annoyed seeing that its available and then I am unable to purchase it

      Report it yourself! In the time it took you to write this post you could have submitted five or more reports.

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    This SKU cannot be purchased at this time

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    We considered this pram and a million others before buying the Uppababy Alta due to it's very compact and lightweight build - but with Bassinet it will cost more than double this deal price. This is a great deal on Australian stock imo.

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    Any stock left in Sydney?

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