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How much to pay for used jogging stroller?

Obviously it would depend on what kind... but I'm skimming these ads on craigslist and everything seems pricey...
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Re: How much to pay for used jogging stroller?

  • mine is not a pricey name brand or anything, but if I were to sell mine now, I'd prob let it go for around $80 as a starting price.  Mine is a double tho
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    Knowing what I know now as a BOB owner, I can tell you that I would be willing to pay $150 for a used Revolution in good condition.  Ours had held up so well (it has years and years of life in it - as it should for the price) and it is a real work-horse for us. I feel like I'd still come out ahead on the deal if I bought a good used one for that price.

    It really does depends on the brand and how much wear it has.    

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  • I'd say half of the new price in general, less for a cheapie brand. I know on my Craigslist people are asking like 70% of the new price for some items which drives me crazy because I totally don't think a used item is worth that.
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  • For brands like InStep and BabyTrend, I'd probably be willing to pay $40-$50, depending on the condition of the stroller, less if it wasn't in great condition. Those brands are not expensive at all and should be priced accordingly.

    For a brand like BOB, I would pay $150-$200. Brand new, they cost a little over $400.

  • We paid $50 for a Zydeco stroller that was 3 yo (originally retailed for $520).

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