The UPPAbaby MINU Stroller stands out when it comes to design and function. But we are not here to look for the “prettiest” strollers. As for now, I will not consider getting it. For less than its price, you can get the better lightweight, more durable and equally-versatile strollers.
Despite the high weight limit of the Graco Breaze Click Connect Stroller, it’s more suited for babies and smaller children. Read on why.
The Mountain Buggy Nano stroller is a combination of the best features from different types of strollers. It could’ve been a perfect travel companion if not for its significantly relevant flaws. Read on.
Certified by the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s smallest stroller when folded, a GB Pockit Stroller is the most compact lightweight stroller you will ever see, at least as of writing this review.
I almost bought this stroller but I managed to stop myself, LOL. Here’s why.
If you are like me who stands at only 5′, The Disney Umbrella Stroller With Canopy should work for what you need it for – a temporary stroller.
The Kolcraft Cloud Stroller is easy to assemble, lightweight and provides a smooth ride across flat pavements. It is of good quality but I highly doubt that you will be happy using it on a daily basis.
Here’s everything you need to know about this umbrella stroller.
Given the price point of the Kolcraft Cloud Plus Lightweight Stroller, it has much to offer. The good sides outweigh the bad sides, in my opinion.
One thing we should be looking for in a stroller is the convenience of carrying it around should we leave the house alone with our little ones. Imagine the sight of carrying a diaper bag, a stroller, and grocery bags – add the pain of commuting to the equation. Will The Summer Infant 3D Lite Stroller make our lives easier?