The chair addon attaches to any regular luggage troler 18-22″ (that’s around 45-55 cm), folds flat and fits in the over head airplane bins, is made of 100% washable polyester and sports a headrest that doubles as a tray table in case your kid gets hungry! Cool, isn’t it? Enjoy the ride!
With so many choices around, getting the best stroller for your kid it’s not an easy job! Especially when you start searching Google for “Best Strollers” or “Coolest Strollers” and the most displayed results include almost exclusively concept strollers and custom made buggies which can not be purchased online or in brick-and-mortar stores!
This was one of the main reasons why we took the time to scrape the net, find the coolest strollers that can actually be bought and list them all on one page – apart the machine gun stroller in the main pic which was too cool to leave aside … sorry!!! Is our list the ultimate cool strollers list on the net? Well, probably not … we mainly listed strollers we found cool, strollers with good reviews and positive feedback from parents, strollers we would buy if we were in the situation of looking for a mean to transport our kids in style!!
While we asked for feedback and input from 7 parents to build this list, we are sure we missed some cool models – so feel free to submit (via the comments at the end of the page) any cool stroller we might have forgotten.
BONUS – While we were researching and asking feedback to find the best strollers around, we also got some suggestions for cool baby guide books and we listed them at the end of the post. Make sure you check them out in the post … we know how hard it is to get good parenting resources …
Designed by Quinny and the full service design agency Studio Peter van Riet, the longboard stroller combines a longboard and a stroller (dah!!!) to allow riders have fun while easier covering longer distances than using classic strollers. The board is still in development stage and we’re looking forward to the day when it’ll be available for the masses.
What’s your take? Would you take your kid for a ride on a longboard stroller?
A good stroller needs to be practical, easy to use and strong enough to resist day-to-day usage!
While many are going for fancy high tech strollers like the Origami Power Folding Stroller by 4Moms we featured earlier, I still believe simpler beats fancier in this field! The less moving parts, the less things to break! Another aspect to take in consideration when choosing a stroller is it’s portability! Remember, there will be many times you’ll have to carry that stroller around (read: public transportation, up and down the stairs, vacations, etc …). Believe me, I went through it …!!!
Here’s where the QuickSmart Backpack Stroller comes in the game! Build for ages 6 months and up to 45 lbs (that’s around 20.5 KG), the stroller’s frame is made a rugged aluminum and steel for a lightweight design, it features a retractable canopy top to protect your kid from sun, 2 outer pockets for storing small gear and toys, a five-point harness and integrated brakes for security reasons and folds into a ready-to-carry backpack in 4 simple moves! Easy to use as a stroller, easy to carry as a backpack, the QuickSmart stroller is accepted by most airline companies as carry-on luggage, which makes airport transit easier and more comfortable for both you and your kid!
Here’s Stroller 2.0! Power folding and unfolding by the touch of a button, built-in self-charging Li-Io battery to power the lights and charge your smartphone while you’re in the park with the kid, LCD dashboard or displaying various stats like mileage, speed, temperature and battery status, daytime running lights for light jogging sessions, pathway lights, weight sensors to detect baby’s presense, extended storage compartment and 4 cup holders, compact size when folded, adjustable recline, four wheels suspension, – that’s what the 4Moms Origami Power Folding Stroller brings to the market.
Pretty impressive, isn’t it? What’s your take on it?
Anyone who had to travel with a kid knows how difficult this can be. Especially if you need to change different transport means like buses, subway, tramway, etc … The Brica Roll ‘n Go Car Seat was designed to help you travel light and efficiently.
The transporter is made strong aluminum and reinforced plastic for durability, works with most car seats on the market and it features in-line skate wheels, car seat locking, a telescopic handle and folding system that allows storage in the overhead bins. With a total weight of 5 lbs (that’s 2.2 Kg) and 2.5 in (6.3 cm) thickness when folded, holding capacity of up to 60 lbs (27 Kg) (child and seat), the Brica Roll ‘n Go Car Seat is a good and simply way to carry your kid while you’re roaming around.