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How can you tell the quality of a tie?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Demeter, Mar 8, 2005.

  1. Carlo

    Carlo Senior member

    Aug 22, 2003
    Actually... before I met Jill I was a solo daddy with a 1 year old. I can assure you that you are better off splurging on your stroller - the ultimate all purpose device.

    Once upon a time the local mother's day out group baked me cookies as the winner of the 'best diaper bag packer' award recipient. "Check in Chuck's stroller' was the default answer when someone forgot anything from sunblock to wet wipes to ...you name it.

    If they'd had a $700 stroller back then I would have bought it - assuming we are talking function rather than gold handlebars.

    ...but I'm weird.
  2. 4Mica

    4Mica Senior member

    Feb 19, 2004
    Las Vegas, NV
    The $300 I spent on our stroller is some of the best money I have ever spent. We have 2.5 year old twins so a double stroller was called for, the cheaper stroller run up to 40 lbs. My wife would have had a hard time folding it up and putting it in the car, etc. The stroller I bought weighs 15 lbs folds up easily and compactly. After about a year of use the center wheel broke off, we contacted the company, provided proof of purchase and they sent us a brand new stroller. Nothing out of pocket, they paid shipping.

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