About the Company Chicco was found in 1958 by Pietro Catelli, an inventor of pharmaceutical devices. After the birth of his son, he expanded his innovations to the world of baby products, trying to find solutions for parents and make better quality products for babies. Since then, Chicco has become a global brand, spreading across … Read more
Having to push a stroller without seeing your baby’s face can be somehow inconvenient. You won’t be able to know if he’s annoyed, sleeping, or uncomfortable. That’s why reversible strollers have been gaining quite the attention in the past few years. With all the brands racing to create the best reversible stroller, we’re left with … Read more
It’s not that hard to create a baby stroller. Hundreds of brands do it every year, with thousands of different features and add-ons. What’s hard to do is to create pieces of art. That’s exactly what Maclaren did. The brand that goes back to 1965 has baby strollers featured in New York’s Modern Museum of … Read more
The best all-terrain stroller is a must-have for every parent. These strollers need to be well-built and sturdy enough to withstand heavy duty use. At the same time, they need to be easy to push around on any surface, regardless of how challenging it is. Whether you’re taking a stroll on the beach or going … Read more
When you’re juggling a full-time job and personal life, it can be difficult to find time to run or do any form of exercise. Factor in a baby and any little leisure time you had vanishes into thin air.
But thanks to new technology, it’s now possible to go for a morning run or jog without spending additional costs on a sitter. With the latest jogging strollers, you can explore your neighborhood alongside your toddler.
In this post, we’ll provide in-depth reviews of top-rated jogging strollers on the market. We’ll also guide you on how to purchase one.
The Coast is the second single to double stroller from Silver Cross, the British company that made the very first baby carriage in 1877. Silver Cross also makes the Wave, one of the highest quality convertible strollers on the market.
The Coast is a lower-priced, more compact stroller that still looks and feels luxurious, and still expands to a double stroller with the addition of a second seat. Like the Wave, the Coast comes with a bassinet that’s approved for overnight sleeping and it’s compatible with infant car seats from several different brands.
The Nuna TRIV has similar features to the bestselling Nuna MIXXX at a fraction of the size. Both strollers have features like a reversible seat, ample storage space, and are easy to turn into a travel system using Nuna’s ring adapter. But the TRIV is the lightest and most compact Nuna stroller and it folds using only one hand. Meanwhile, the MIXX has more seating options and it has larger, sturdier wheels that give it a smoother ride over rough terrain. Let’s go over the differences.
If you’re looking for a stroller to tackle the challenges of both rough terrain and everyday life the Bumbleride Indie and bubble ride Era are top choices. The Indie is a three-wheel jogging stroller that’s popular even among non-runners. It has durable air-filled tires, but because they’re smaller and less bulky than those on most jogging strollers, the Indie is easier to get into the car and around town.
The Lynx offers the quality, maneuverability, and style that Bugaboo is known for without the high-end price that Bugaboo’s also known for. The starting price of the Lynx is $899, which is $300 less than the Bugaboo Fox. The Lynx has a lot in common with the Fox, like premium but lightweight materials, a big storage basket, a reversible seat that fully reclines, and a one piece standing fold,
The UPPAbaby VISTA gets a little easier to use and a little more stylish every year. For 2020, the stroller has a new name, the VISTA V2, and it has several redesigned features like a larger toddler seat, a new sun canopy, upgraded wheels and new colors. But the V2 model still has all the same great features and functionality of the 2019 model and there are no changes to the stroller’s weight, dimensions, configurations, or fold.