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Best Strollers in The Netherlands - Review and Comparison 2021

We picked the 7 best strollers in 2021 for your budget and use cases.

A stroller is a must-have if you often go to places with your little one then be it to a grocery store or on a long journey. It is bound to make life easier and comfortable for both of you. So, let’s find out what all you need to pick a perfect troller.

Also, we have the scoop on the top seven strollers for 2021!

UPDATED

9/22/2022

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Seat Reversible

Suitable From Birth

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Shopper SLX 153284 Trio Set

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Shopper SLX 153284 Trio Set

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25 kg

Stroller- 5 point
Car seat - 3 point

3-in-1 pushchair set
Bottle tray
Backrest inclinable up to a lie-flat position and adjustable footrest
Compact folding
Easy to clean
Lockable front wheels
8.1 kg
84 x 52 x 107 cm
35 x 52 x 93 cm
Air-filled
Swivel wheels front, fixed wheels rear
4
3 kg
Urban terrain
0 months
4 years
Pooh Cuddles
  • Pushchair

  • Cupholder

  • Pram

  • Car seat

Hauck

Runner Tricycle Jogger Buggy

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25 kg

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Large canopy with UPF 50+
Large mesh window offers good air circulation
Adjustable backrest with lie-flat position
The neon reflecting rim for improved visibility
Compact folding
Easy to clean
11.10 kg
123 x 59 x 108 cm
87 x 59 x 47 cm
Air-filled
Swivel wheels front, fixed wheels rear
3
3 kg
All-terrain
0 months
4 years
Black
Pushchair

Joovy

ScooterX2 Side By Side Double Stroller

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2*20 kg

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It easily fits through doors and checkouts
In-seat storage
Two mesh cup holders
One-handed fold
Multiple seat recline positions and adjustable leg rest
Detachable bumper bar
14.5 kg
81 x 76.2 x 113 cm
90.17 x 76.2 x 33 cm
Air-filled
Swivel wheels front, fixed wheels rear
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Not mentioned
All-terrain
3 months
3 years
Blueberry
Pushchair

Lionelo

Annet Plus Stroller

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22 kg

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Click-to-detach wheels
Large wheels diameter makes it manoeuvrable
Spacious seat
2-level footrest adjustment
Meets the European security standard EN 1888
The transparent window gives optimal ventilation
10.36 kg
86.5 x 58 x 110 cm
90 x 58 x 45 cm
EVA Foam
Self-operating wheels
4
Not mentioned
All-terrain
0 months
3.5 years
Black
  • Pram

  • Leg warmer

  • Mosquito net

  • Mug holder

  • Operating manual

  • Guarantee card

Joovy

Caboose Too Ultralight Sit And Stand Tandem Double Stroller

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114° to 143° seat recline
It easily fits through doors and checkouts
Suitable for kids not ready for the bench
Bulk-free washable parent organiser
Two built-in cup holders
10.65 kg
96.52 x 54 x 106.68 cm
114.93 x 53.97 x 25.4 cm
Air-filled
Not mentioned
6
Not mentioned
All-terrain
3 months+ or more than 0 months with Car Seat Adapter
3 years
Black
  • Pushchair

  • Manual

Maxi-Cosi

Adorra 2

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22 kg

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Removable hood
It comes with a rain cover
Compact, lightweight and comfortable
Add Pro 5
Practical shopping basket
9.6 kg
59.5 x 96.5 x 108.5 cm
73 x 62 x 38.5 cm
Air-filled
Swivel wheels front, fixed wheels rear
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Not mentioned
All-terrain
0 months
3.5 years
Essential Blue
  • Stroller

  • Shopping basket

  • Sun canopy

  • Rain cover

  • Boot cover

  • Bumper bar

  • Parasol clip

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YOYO²

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Adjustable backrest
A reinforced mattress lies completely flat
Pop-up hood with 2 different opening positions
Anti-UV (UPF 50+) water-repellent fabric
Foldable to cabin baggage dimensions
6.2 kg
Not mentioned
52 x 44 x 18 cm
Air-filled
Swivel wheels front, fixed wheels rear
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5 kg
All-terrain
0 months
3.5 years
Peppermint
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Shopper SLX 153284 Trio Set


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3-in-1 pushchair set
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Backrest inclinable up to a lie-flat position and adjustable footrest
Compact folding
Easy to clean
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Open Dimensions (WxDxH)

84 x 52 x 107 cm

Fold Dimensions(WxDxH)

35 x 52 x 93 cm

Tire Type

Air-filled

Wheels Type

Swivel wheels front, fixed wheels rear

Number of Wheels

4

Basket Capacity

3 kg

Terrain Suitability

Urban terrain

Min. Recommended Age

0 months

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4 years

Colour

Pooh Cuddles

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  • Cupholder

  • Pram

  • Car seat

Seat Reversible

Suitable From Birth

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Suspension on Wheels

Adjustable Pushbar

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Buyer’s Guide - Best Strollers in The Netherlands

Travel with your child in comfort!

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Features: Most important purchase criteria for strollers

What elements should parents be looking for when buying a pram?

2

Use Cases: The best strollers for your little one

Which type of pram is best for your use cases?

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FAQ: Learn more about the details

Any questions left? Here they are, including answers.

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How-To: Usage hints and care instructions for strollers

Best practices for pram usage and care.

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Our Picks: How we picked the best strollers

Find out how we selected and ranked the products.

1. Features: Most important purchase criteria for strollers

1.1 Types

  • 3-in-1 Stroller: Also called a combi stroller, it can be used from the birth of your child until he or she is three years old. Until your child can sit, you can carry him or her in a carrycot, and later you can convert it into a buggy. With the right adapters, your car seat can also be placed on it. A 3-in-1 stroller is usually larger and a bit expensive to buy. Lastly, it often comes with various accessories such as a diaper bag, footmuff, rain cover, beach umbrella, shopping basket, ride-along boards, and adapters for a car seat.

  • Buggies: A lighter version of a pushchair, the buggy is for older babies when they can sit straight by themselves. It is smaller than a stroller, takes less space, and have small wheels. Moreover, it is best suited to cover short distances and doesn’t last long.

  • Duo Stroller: The name says a lot. This type of stroller is ideal for twins. In some of them, the seats are attached to each other, and in others, the seats are behind each other. They can be easily adjusted in cars, and some of them can be converted into buggies as well.

  • Running Car: Also known as running buggies, running prams, or baby joggers, these are the cars built to go for a run. Besides having extra-large wheels, it is more comfortable, manoeuvrable, and have great suspension.

  • Full-sized Stroller: If you’re going to buy just one stroller, look no further than a full-size stroller. Bigger, sturdier and durable, these strollers are the standard option. It not only covers all the basics but sometimes also offers nifty bells and whistles including wide & well-padded seats, deep seta recline, the choice to attach a car seat, expandable canopies, spacious storage basket, telescoping handlebars, convertible design, and nice-to-haves like a cup holder and snack tray. The only negative here is that it is a bit bulky.

  • Umbrella Stroller: Some of the features you can find in a full-sized stroller might be missing here, but an umbrella stroller scores points for being extremely easy to handle. This type of stroller is lightweight, easy to fold, and comes with beneficial features like partial seat recline, expandable canopy, storage basket and nice-to-haves cupholder or snack tray. However, an umbrella stroller is suitable for six months old.

  • Jogging Stroller: If you and your baby are on the run, then a jogging stroller is a must-have. It usually has larger, sturdier wheels and better suspension to take bumps and alternate terrain in stride. Its superior suspension lets you walk, jog or hike and while keeping the baby in comfort. Many running strollers come with a front wheel that can swivel for flexibility or be fixed offering stability. You can also find a jogging stroller that is compatible with a car seat or has a deep reclining seat, telescoping handlebars, large storage baskets, and safety features like a five-point harness and wrist strap.

  • Car Seat Carrier: These wheeled frames are here to transform your infant car seat into a stroller. They are compact, lightweight, convenient and great for travel. Some of them can even accommodate multiple babies. Unfortunately, it comes with only basic features, and they are best for short-term use since the baby outgrows the infant car seat quickly.

  • Travel System: It is a combo of a pram and a car capsule that allows you to attach your car capsule to your stroller. The advantage of a travel system is the convenience of moving your baby from the car to the stroller without any disturbance.

  • 3-in-1 Stroller: Also called a combi stroller, it can be used from the birth of your child until he or she is three years old. Until your child can sit, you can carry him or her in a carrycot, and later you can convert it into a buggy. With the right adapters, your car seat can also be placed on it. A 3-in-1 stroller is usually larger and a bit expensive to buy. Lastly, it often comes with various accessories such as a diaper bag, footmuff, rain cover, beach umbrella, shopping basket, ride-along boards, and adapters for a car seat.

  • Buggies: A lighter version of a pushchair, the buggy is for older babies when they can sit straight by themselves. It is smaller than a stroller, takes less space, and have small wheels. Moreover, it is best suited to cover short distances and doesn’t last long.

  • Duo Stroller: The name says a lot. This type of stroller is ideal for twins. In some of them, the seats are attached to each other, and in others, the seats are behind each other. They can be easily adjusted in cars, and some of them can be converted into buggies as well.

  • Running Car: Also known as running buggies, running prams, or baby joggers, these are the cars built to go for a run. Besides having extra-large wheels, it is more comfortable, manoeuvrable, and have great suspension.

  • Full-sized Stroller: If you’re going to buy just one stroller, look no further than a full-size stroller. Bigger, sturdier and durable, these strollers are the standard option. It not only covers all the basics but sometimes also offers nifty bells and whistles including wide & well-padded seats, deep seta recline, the choice to attach a car seat, expandable canopies, spacious storage basket, telescoping handlebars, convertible design, and nice-to-haves like a cup holder and snack tray. The only negative here is that it is a bit bulky.

  • Umbrella Stroller: Some of the features you can find in a full-sized stroller might be missing here, but an umbrella stroller scores points for being extremely easy to handle. This type of stroller is lightweight, easy to fold, and comes with beneficial features like partial seat recline, expandable canopy, storage basket and nice-to-haves cupholder or snack tray. However, an umbrella stroller is suitable for six months old.

  • Jogging Stroller: If you and your baby are on the run, then a jogging stroller is a must-have. It usually has larger, sturdier wheels and better suspension to take bumps and alternate terrain in stride. Its superior suspension lets you walk, jog or hike and while keeping the baby in comfort. Many running strollers come with a front wheel that can swivel for flexibility or be fixed offering stability. You can also find a jogging stroller that is compatible with a car seat or has a deep reclining seat, telescoping handlebars, large storage baskets, and safety features like a five-point harness and wrist strap.

  • Car Seat Carrier: These wheeled frames are here to transform your infant car seat into a stroller. They are compact, lightweight, convenient and great for travel. Some of them can even accommodate multiple babies. Unfortunately, it comes with only basic features, and they are best for short-term use since the baby outgrows the infant car seat quickly.

  • Travel System: It is a combo of a pram and a car capsule that allows you to attach your car capsule to your stroller. The advantage of a travel system is the convenience of moving your baby from the car to the stroller without any disturbance.

1.2 Safety

When its time to hit the pavement with your little one, safety comes first. Some of the safety features you must care as follows:

  • The five-point safety harness is relatively standard these days, but some umbrella strollers may also have a three-point harness. Test the snaps to ensure their security and that it is easy to buckle.

  • Do not forget to test how easy the brakes are to use and how easy they are to trip, too. They must offer a secure stop, and you must be able to easily disengage the brakes when you’re ready to roll on. The brakes are found near the handlebars as the location allows you to slow down the stroller immediately. We suggest you to find the most comfortable brake system.

  • Examine the hinges and edges since baby products are tricky, and you don’t want your child’s little fingers and toes to be caught in tight spaces. So watch for protrusions or sharp edges.

  • It is suitable for a stroller to have a recliner seat because then your baby can lie back and relax.

When its time to hit the pavement with your little one, safety comes first. Some of the safety features you must care as follows:

  • The five-point safety harness is relatively standard these days, but some umbrella strollers may also have a three-point harness. Test the snaps to ensure their security and that it is easy to buckle.

  • Do not forget to test how easy the brakes are to use and how easy they are to trip, too. They must offer a secure stop, and you must be able to easily disengage the brakes when you’re ready to roll on. The brakes are found near the handlebars as the location allows you to slow down the stroller immediately. We suggest you to find the most comfortable brake system.

  • Examine the hinges and edges since baby products are tricky, and you don’t want your child’s little fingers and toes to be caught in tight spaces. So watch for protrusions or sharp edges.

  • It is suitable for a stroller to have a recliner seat because then your baby can lie back and relax.

1.3 Reversible Seat

A reversible seat is a good feature, especially if you want to have your baby facing you. So, besides letting your baby see the world by moving the seat forward, you can also choose your baby to watch his or her parents.

Note: This is only suitable when the baby is six months old.

A reversible seat is a good feature, especially if you want to have your baby facing you. So, besides letting your baby see the world by moving the seat forward, you can also choose your baby to watch his or her parents.

Note: This is only suitable when the baby is six months old.

1.4 Travel Cot

For a newborn, a pram is better than a stroller. However, if you want to use a stroller from the child’s birth, make sure it comes with a carrycot because a baby’s back must lie completely flat. Fortunately, most models come with a carrycot so that you can use it from birth.

For a newborn, a pram is better than a stroller. However, if you want to use a stroller from the child’s birth, make sure it comes with a carrycot because a baby’s back must lie completely flat. Fortunately, most models come with a carrycot so that you can use it from birth.

1.5 Adjustable Handles

An adjustable push handle makes it much easier to push the stroller, especially if you are not the same height as your partner or someone else who uses the product. A non-adjustable push handle is not responsible for being uncomfortable, but it will also give wrist pain. However, watch out for loose handles as they tend to bend when pressure is applied, causing them to skew after a while.

The benefit of a push handle is that you can push a pram with even one hand if there is a push handle instead of one with separate handles.

An adjustable push handle makes it much easier to push the stroller, especially if you are not the same height as your partner or someone else who uses the product. A non-adjustable push handle is not responsible for being uncomfortable, but it will also give wrist pain. However, watch out for loose handles as they tend to bend when pressure is applied, causing them to skew after a while.

The benefit of a push handle is that you can push a pram with even one hand if there is a push handle instead of one with separate handles.

1.6 Suspension

Suspension deals with the pressure of the bumps and the effects of running. A good suspension ensures that your baby is not shaken on uneven ground because if your baby is feeling uncomfortable, your walk will be less fun. Therefore, take a good look at the suspension, and jogging strollers will mainly have a rear suspension system.

Suspension deals with the pressure of the bumps and the effects of running. A good suspension ensures that your baby is not shaken on uneven ground because if your baby is feeling uncomfortable, your walk will be less fun. Therefore, take a good look at the suspension, and jogging strollers will mainly have a rear suspension system.

1.7 Wheels

The quality of the wheels matter. After all, you won’t buy a stroller with flimsy wheels that get stuck on uneven terrain and are more prone to snapping.

Another factor to consider in the case of wheels is movability. It should have a system that it moves only when it should. Ideally, the castor wheels at the front can be turned in any direction without much effort offering easy movement. Moreover, the front wheels should also have a function where they can be blocked to no longer turn. This is important when the stroller is on a hard and uneven surface.

If we talk about types of wheels, then there are primarily two types, i.e. air-filled and foam. Air-filled tires, also known as pneumatic tires, are the most comfortable, but the only downside is that they can go flat, due to which many people prefer wheels with foam.

Also, you must also take into account the number of wheels. A stroller either have three or four wheels.
Parents prefer a three-wheel stroller that walks a lot on uneven surfaces because three wheels can handle such surfaces better. The two rear wheels are about 40 cm wide, while the front wheel is about 30 cm. A stroller with three wide wheels offer a child a lot more stability, and it is more manoeuvrable than the four-wheeled stroller. They have an “off-road” appearance that makes long runs effortless. The downside is that the little one just can’t sit facing the parent.
Four wheels strollers are made for walking on flat roads. They automatically offer stability as they are used on flat surfaces. However, the biggest advantage due to which parents love four-wheelers strollers is that the child can sit facing the parents.

The quality of the wheels matter. After all, you won’t buy a stroller with flimsy wheels that get stuck on uneven terrain and are more prone to snapping.

Another factor to consider in the case of wheels is movability. It should have a system that it moves only when it should. Ideally, the castor wheels at the front can be turned in any direction without much effort offering easy movement. Moreover, the front wheels should also have a function where they can be blocked to no longer turn. This is important when the stroller is on a hard and uneven surface.

If we talk about types of wheels, then there are primarily two types, i.e. air-filled and foam. Air-filled tires, also known as pneumatic tires, are the most comfortable, but the only downside is that they can go flat, due to which many people prefer wheels with foam.

Also, you must also take into account the number of wheels. A stroller either have three or four wheels.
Parents prefer a three-wheel stroller that walks a lot on uneven surfaces because three wheels can handle such surfaces better. The two rear wheels are about 40 cm wide, while the front wheel is about 30 cm. A stroller with three wide wheels offer a child a lot more stability, and it is more manoeuvrable than the four-wheeled stroller. They have an “off-road” appearance that makes long runs effortless. The downside is that the little one just can’t sit facing the parent.
Four wheels strollers are made for walking on flat roads. They automatically offer stability as they are used on flat surfaces. However, the biggest advantage due to which parents love four-wheelers strollers is that the child can sit facing the parents.

1.8 Storage Space

When you go out with a child, it’s not just the child you carry but so many other things for your little one and perhaps a few stuff for yourself as well. TThat’swhy good strollers come with a storage basket because they understand your need.

The carrying capacity of the basket can be anywhere between 1kg and 15 kg, but the average carrying capacity remains 4kg to 5 kg. In addition, you must check its sturdy side and if you can easily reach it, even if the seat is reclined.

For more space, look for extra storage compartments around the stroller. Some strollers even have extra pockets in the backrest or hood. 

When you go out with a child, it’s not just the child you carry but so many other things for your little one and perhaps a few stuff for yourself as well. TThat’swhy good strollers come with a storage basket because they understand your need.

The carrying capacity of the basket can be anywhere between 1kg and 15 kg, but the average carrying capacity remains 4kg to 5 kg. In addition, you must check its sturdy side and if you can easily reach it, even if the seat is reclined.

For more space, look for extra storage compartments around the stroller. Some strollers even have extra pockets in the backrest or hood. 

1.9 Fold In and Out

No one folds a stroller every day, but whenever you do, it needs to be easy to fold and unfold. Many models can be folded with one hand, or at least that’s what manufacturers claim. To know the authenticity, either check it yourself when buying at a store or read the online reviews.

No one folds a stroller every day, but whenever you do, it needs to be easy to fold and unfold. Many models can be folded with one hand, or at least that’s what manufacturers claim. To know the authenticity, either check it yourself when buying at a store or read the online reviews.

1.10 Backrest

The angle of the backrest of the stroller is essential because newborns cannot yet support their own weight, and they must lie flat. The best strollers for newborn babies are those that come with a backrest of 150 degrees or more in the lowest position. A pram with a carrycot is anytime better.

There are adjusters to achieve the desired angle, and some adjusters are smoother than others. They can be operated with one hand. Adjustments include a lever, buttons, a back bar and a belt or drawstrings, amongst which the last two are most challenging to operate.

The angle of the backrest of the stroller is essential because newborns cannot yet support their own weight, and they must lie flat. The best strollers for newborn babies are those that come with a backrest of 150 degrees or more in the lowest position. A pram with a carrycot is anytime better.

There are adjusters to achieve the desired angle, and some adjusters are smoother than others. They can be operated with one hand. Adjustments include a lever, buttons, a back bar and a belt or drawstrings, amongst which the last two are most challenging to operate.

1.11 Rims

The rims of a stroller are either made of plastic or stainless steel. The stainless steel rim should be preferred because it is sturdy and durable. However, plastic should be chosen because the stele will rust over time if your area has humidity.

In running or jogging strollers, you have only one choice, and that is stainless steel rims.

The rims of a stroller are either made of plastic or stainless steel. The stainless steel rim should be preferred because it is sturdy and durable. However, plastic should be chosen because the stele will rust over time if your area has humidity.

In running or jogging strollers, you have only one choice, and that is stainless steel rims.

1.12 Living and Travel

It matters where you live, how often you travel, what medium of transportation you use, and where you take the stroller?

For example, if you live in a small area or your home is upstairs, you must choose a compact stroller that can be easily folded and hung up. Similarly, if you travel a lot by car, you must check the stroller’s size to fit in your vehicle. A compact and lightweight stroller come in handy even while travelling on public transport.

The kind of surface on which you drive a stroller should also be taken into consideration. Rough surfaces like forests call for a stroller with thick tyres. Uneven roads need a stroller with the best suspension.

Foam tyres should not be preferred for uneven surfaces because they are very sensitive though they have the advantage of not getting flat.

It matters where you live, how often you travel, what medium of transportation you use, and where you take the stroller?

For example, if you live in a small area or your home is upstairs, you must choose a compact stroller that can be easily folded and hung up. Similarly, if you travel a lot by car, you must check the stroller’s size to fit in your vehicle. A compact and lightweight stroller come in handy even while travelling on public transport.

The kind of surface on which you drive a stroller should also be taken into consideration. Rough surfaces like forests call for a stroller with thick tyres. Uneven roads need a stroller with the best suspension.

Foam tyres should not be preferred for uneven surfaces because they are very sensitive though they have the advantage of not getting flat.

1.13 Sun Canopy

Look for long or adjustable canopies to protect your baby from sun, rain and other elements. It should be easy to turn back when driving with a child and smooth to pull it all the way in for one.

Some models even have ventilated windows to shield a baby and while parents can still keep a close eye on the child. 

Look for long or adjustable canopies to protect your baby from sun, rain and other elements. It should be easy to turn back when driving with a child and smooth to pull it all the way in for one.

Some models even have ventilated windows to shield a baby and while parents can still keep a close eye on the child. 

1.14 Wash

Babies are messy, and that’s no secret. Combine baby’s messes with regular wear and tear, and your stroller will not stay for long. If your stroller has an easy-to-wash fabric, it will help you keep the product in good shape for a long duration. 

Babies are messy, and that’s no secret. Combine baby’s messes with regular wear and tear, and your stroller will not stay for long. If your stroller has an easy-to-wash fabric, it will help you keep the product in good shape for a long duration. 

1.15 Weight

A stroller must have an optimum weight. If it will be a heavy model, then it might become difficult to carry it on the road or even in the car. A lightweight model may not prove to be very reliable in harsh conditions or surfaces.

A stroller must have an optimum weight. If it will be a heavy model, then it might become difficult to carry it on the road or even in the car. A lightweight model may not prove to be very reliable in harsh conditions or surfaces.

1.16 Cost and Brand

There are numerous brands for strollers to choose from. A stroller from a low brand will cost about 200 euros. The A-brand stroller easily costs more than 1,000 euros which also have high quality. 

There are numerous brands for strollers to choose from. A stroller from a low brand will cost about 200 euros. The A-brand stroller easily costs more than 1,000 euros which also have high quality. 

1.17 Warranty

In Europe, strollers often come with a 1-year warranty, but you may get a 2 year or 3-year warranty on some models. It is essential to consider a warranty since a stroller is an expensive investment.

In Europe, strollers often come with a 1-year warranty, but you may get a 2 year or 3-year warranty on some models. It is essential to consider a warranty since a stroller is an expensive investment.

2. Use Cases: The best strollers for your little one

2.1 Which type of stroller is best for small spaces?

If your living space is less or you need to take a stroller through narrow city streets, then an umbrella stroller is the best.

If your living space is less or you need to take a stroller through narrow city streets, then an umbrella stroller is the best.

2.2 Which stroller is best for newborns?

Any stroller that offers deep recline or bassinet mode is ideal for a newborn. And if you think there is going to be a lot of stuff to carry along, then also look for a large basket that is usually found in the full-sized or jogging stroller.

Any stroller that offers deep recline or bassinet mode is ideal for a newborn. And if you think there is going to be a lot of stuff to carry along, then also look for a large basket that is usually found in the full-sized or jogging stroller.

2.3 I need more than one stroller. Which strollers should I choose?

We know, however, a stroller might be designed cleverly, but one stroller is sometimes not enough to meet the purpose. Therefore, you might be needing more than one stroller for different reasons. Perhaps you need an umbrella stroller for the road and a full-sized model for busy days in the neighbourhood. Or you need a full-sized stroller for daily use and a jogging stroller for hikes and run. So, you can choose any type of stroller that meets your purpose. Our suggestion is only one and, i.e. to split your stroller budget rather than investing heavily in one.

We know, however, a stroller might be designed cleverly, but one stroller is sometimes not enough to meet the purpose. Therefore, you might be needing more than one stroller for different reasons. Perhaps you need an umbrella stroller for the road and a full-sized model for busy days in the neighbourhood. Or you need a full-sized stroller for daily use and a jogging stroller for hikes and run. So, you can choose any type of stroller that meets your purpose. Our suggestion is only one and, i.e. to split your stroller budget rather than investing heavily in one.

2.4 Which stroller is best for long distances?

A jogging or running stroller is best for covering longer distances or when the terrain is rough or includes dirt or anything that might harm your baby. This stroller type is excellent for many different activities such as long walks, bike rides, hikes, shopping trips in a crowded market, or when sidewalks are too challenging to navigate with an umbrella or scooter.

A jogging or running stroller is best for covering longer distances or when the terrain is rough or includes dirt or anything that might harm your baby. This stroller type is excellent for many different activities such as long walks, bike rides, hikes, shopping trips in a crowded market, or when sidewalks are too challenging to navigate with an umbrella or scooter.

3. FAQ: Learn more about the details

3.1 What is the difference between a pram and a baby stroller?

A pram and a baby stroller are used interchangeable but are they actually the same thing? Well, no. They differ in number of ways, and they all have been explained below.

  • Design: A pram is designed for a newborn, whereas a stroller is designed for older babies. Newborns just lie down while older babies can sit with a steady neck in a stroller that easily absorbs little jerks.

  • Safety: There are no harness and safety belts in a pram, so supervision is a must. Whereas in a stroller, you will find both a harness and safety belt. Get a stroller with 5-point harness.

  • Weight: Prams are usually bulky and not easily portable. On the contrary, strollers are lightweight, foldable and easy to carry around.

  • Chair: The pram chair is higher from the ground, whereas the chair in a stroller is closer to the ground.

  • Synonyms: A pram is an abbreviation for perambulator and is also known as a baby carriage. Strollers are known as pushchairs or buggy.

  • Appearance: Pram looks like a carriage on wheels, while a stroller looks like a chair on wheels.

  • Cost: Strollers are costlier than prams.

A pram and a baby stroller are used interchangeable but are they actually the same thing? Well, no. They differ in number of ways, and they all have been explained below.

  • Design: A pram is designed for a newborn, whereas a stroller is designed for older babies. Newborns just lie down while older babies can sit with a steady neck in a stroller that easily absorbs little jerks.

  • Safety: There are no harness and safety belts in a pram, so supervision is a must. Whereas in a stroller, you will find both a harness and safety belt. Get a stroller with 5-point harness.

  • Weight: Prams are usually bulky and not easily portable. On the contrary, strollers are lightweight, foldable and easy to carry around.

  • Chair: The pram chair is higher from the ground, whereas the chair in a stroller is closer to the ground.

  • Synonyms: A pram is an abbreviation for perambulator and is also known as a baby carriage. Strollers are known as pushchairs or buggy.

  • Appearance: Pram looks like a carriage on wheels, while a stroller looks like a chair on wheels.

  • Cost: Strollers are costlier than prams.

3.2 What to look for when buying a second-hand stroller?

Here are a few tips that you must pay attention to when buying a second-hand stroller.

  • Ideally, it should not have been used too often and for long, or it is best if it has only been used for one round (for one child).

  • A stroller is often used very intensively. Hence, ensure that all screws and connections are tight. If a screw is already sticking out a bit, this will only get worse. So, say no to such a stroller.

  • Try to go for a new model because the chances are that the older the model, the more it has been used. Also, brands are constantly improving themselves with a new model. So, even if it has been used intensively, there is less chance that something will go wrong in the near future.  

Here are a few tips that you must pay attention to when buying a second-hand stroller.

  • Ideally, it should not have been used too often and for long, or it is best if it has only been used for one round (for one child).

  • A stroller is often used very intensively. Hence, ensure that all screws and connections are tight. If a screw is already sticking out a bit, this will only get worse. So, say no to such a stroller.

  • Try to go for a new model because the chances are that the older the model, the more it has been used. Also, brands are constantly improving themselves with a new model. So, even if it has been used intensively, there is less chance that something will go wrong in the near future.  

3.3 When is a baby allowed in a stroller?

You can use a pram for your baby from birth. However, when he is an infant or at the toddler stage, you can use a stroller. 

You can use a pram for your baby from birth. However, when he is an infant or at the toddler stage, you can use a stroller. 

3.4 When do you convert a pram into a buggy?

A baby must lie flat for the first six months as this is the time when the baby’s back is being developed. Therefore, do not convert your stroller until your little one is six months old.

A baby must lie flat for the first six months as this is the time when the baby’s back is being developed. Therefore, do not convert your stroller until your little one is six months old.

3.5 Do I need a stroller?

No, you can use a baby carrier instead, but parents choose a stroller because it offers convenience while walking, running, and getting out with a baby.

No, you can use a baby carrier instead, but parents choose a stroller because it offers convenience while walking, running, and getting out with a baby.

3.6 How can I use the same stroller for a long time?

A stroller that can adapt from newborn to toddler stage could save you cash in the long run. Or do you plan to use the same stroller for more than one child? If so, shop from a long-term value point of view, and consider a stroller model that you can add onto a car seat, a stand-and-ride bumper, or an additional seat for the second newborn.

A stroller that can adapt from newborn to toddler stage could save you cash in the long run. Or do you plan to use the same stroller for more than one child? If so, shop from a long-term value point of view, and consider a stroller model that you can add onto a car seat, a stand-and-ride bumper, or an additional seat for the second newborn.

3.7 What should I consider while buying a baby stroller other than its features?

In addition to the features mentioned above, here are the factors you should consider while buying a stroller.

  • Cost: Stroller prices vary wildly depending on the features they have. Top dollar models will offer you adjustable handlebars, rain shields, large undercarriages and even multiple seats, but they aren’t always necessary.

  • Lifestyle: You must consider your lifestyle and ask questions such as - Will there be heavy near-daily use? Or do I need a stroller simply for occasional outings? You must also check if you can take a stroller via the car if you use the car a lot. Answering these types of questions will certainly help you buy the best.

  • Family size: Do not forget to consider your ideal family size. So, if you plan to have more than one child, look for a stroller that can eventually accommodate more children. Of course, it will be costly, but ultimately it will save you from having to buy more than one stroller.

  • Newborn-friendly: If the stroller has a deep recline or bassinet mode, it is fit for a newborn from day one, with no add-ons needed. Otherwise, you need to provide your little one with some neck support, or you can use the specific model only for six months old. So, do check the details if the stroller is newborn ready.

In addition to the features mentioned above, here are the factors you should consider while buying a stroller.

  • Cost: Stroller prices vary wildly depending on the features they have. Top dollar models will offer you adjustable handlebars, rain shields, large undercarriages and even multiple seats, but they aren’t always necessary.

  • Lifestyle: You must consider your lifestyle and ask questions such as - Will there be heavy near-daily use? Or do I need a stroller simply for occasional outings? You must also check if you can take a stroller via the car if you use the car a lot. Answering these types of questions will certainly help you buy the best.

  • Family size: Do not forget to consider your ideal family size. So, if you plan to have more than one child, look for a stroller that can eventually accommodate more children. Of course, it will be costly, but ultimately it will save you from having to buy more than one stroller.

  • Newborn-friendly: If the stroller has a deep recline or bassinet mode, it is fit for a newborn from day one, with no add-ons needed. Otherwise, you need to provide your little one with some neck support, or you can use the specific model only for six months old. So, do check the details if the stroller is newborn ready.

3.8 Why do I need a stroller?

A stroller is an easy and comfortable way for you and your baby to reach your destination. In addition, a stroller lends itself perfectly as a shopping cart. Just put your purchases in the pram basket, and you don’t have to worry about it anymore.

Moreover, a stroller is not something you will use only for a few months. In fact, it will last until your child is about three years old. Therefore, you will use this until your baby has enough stamina to walk everywhere on his or her own.

A stroller is an easy and comfortable way for you and your baby to reach your destination. In addition, a stroller lends itself perfectly as a shopping cart. Just put your purchases in the pram basket, and you don’t have to worry about it anymore.

Moreover, a stroller is not something you will use only for a few months. In fact, it will last until your child is about three years old. Therefore, you will use this until your baby has enough stamina to walk everywhere on his or her own.

3.9 What is the difference between a buggy and a pram?

A buggy is a kind of stroller that is more compact, lightweight, has smaller wheels and is much cheaper to purchase. However, it is best for children who are at least ten months old. Prams are for newborns.

A buggy is a kind of stroller that is more compact, lightweight, has smaller wheels and is much cheaper to purchase. However, it is best for children who are at least ten months old. Prams are for newborns.

3.10 Can I use a running stroller as a regular stroller?

Yes, a running stroller can be used as a regular stroller, but it is not the best option. A standard stroller is compact, folds up easily and limits how long you’re able to use your new baby’s favourite toy! So, choose a regular full-size stroller for short walks around the neighbourhood or to the grocery store.

However, if you need a stroller suitable for taking out in any weather condition also while getting some exercise, then a jogging or running stroller should be preferred.

Yes, a running stroller can be used as a regular stroller, but it is not the best option. A standard stroller is compact, folds up easily and limits how long you’re able to use your new baby’s favourite toy! So, choose a regular full-size stroller for short walks around the neighbourhood or to the grocery store.

However, if you need a stroller suitable for taking out in any weather condition also while getting some exercise, then a jogging or running stroller should be preferred.

3.11 What is the difference between a tandem and a side-by-side double pram?

You get these options in a duo stroller which are specially designed for twins.

Tandem: It refers to those where one seat is in front of the other. A tandem stroller is narrower than a side-by-side pram, making it easy to move in a busy environment. It can be folded up to fit easily in the boot of your car.

Side-by-Side: They have seats next to each other and are best suited for twins who require a lie-flat option. Side-by-side strollers are pretty broad and tricky to take into narrow aisles or shops.

You get these options in a duo stroller which are specially designed for twins.

Tandem: It refers to those where one seat is in front of the other. A tandem stroller is narrower than a side-by-side pram, making it easy to move in a busy environment. It can be folded up to fit easily in the boot of your car.

Side-by-Side: They have seats next to each other and are best suited for twins who require a lie-flat option. Side-by-side strollers are pretty broad and tricky to take into narrow aisles or shops.

3.12 What kind of injuries can a stroller cause?

Tipping over is the common cause of stroller-related injuries, thanks to heavy bags hanging over the handles.

The types of injuries that occur due to misuse of a stroller or pram are:

  • bumps and bruises

  • pinched or trapped fingers or limbs

  • strangulation or suffocation if baby gets trapped in its parts

  • death and serious injury

Tipping over is the common cause of stroller-related injuries, thanks to heavy bags hanging over the handles.

The types of injuries that occur due to misuse of a stroller or pram are:

  • bumps and bruises

  • pinched or trapped fingers or limbs

  • strangulation or suffocation if baby gets trapped in its parts

  • death and serious injury

3.13 Does the baby stroller count as luggage?

Most airlines allow the baby stroller to be carried as luggage free of cost on a courtesy basis as this is essential for infants and baby passengers. However, rules regarding strollers may vary with different airlines.

Most airlines allow the baby stroller to be carried as luggage free of cost on a courtesy basis as this is essential for infants and baby passengers. However, rules regarding strollers may vary with different airlines.

4. How-To: Usage hints and care instructions for strollers

4.1 What are the tips to keep in mind while using a jogging stroller?

Some of the points you must keep in mind while using jogging or running stroller are:

  • It must have all-terrain wheels and shock absorbers to absorb the bumps and avoid your baby’s head from bouncing.

  • Cover short distance and take it slow initially. Start by just walking/running up hills or going down them.

  • Once the endurance has been built, start running after pushing the stroller for some time. The aim is not to use the jogging part until your body has adjusted adequately to this new exercise routine.

Some of the points you must keep in mind while using jogging or running stroller are:

  • It must have all-terrain wheels and shock absorbers to absorb the bumps and avoid your baby’s head from bouncing.

  • Cover short distance and take it slow initially. Start by just walking/running up hills or going down them.

  • Once the endurance has been built, start running after pushing the stroller for some time. The aim is not to use the jogging part until your body has adjusted adequately to this new exercise routine.

4.2 What precautions I must take when my child is in a stroller?

The following precautions will keep your little one safe:

  • Check that the folding mechanism is securely locked into place not to let the stroller collapse.

  • Always use the five-point safety harness.

  • Put bags in the basket underneath the stroller rather than hanging them over the handle as that can lead to the pram tipping over.

  • Carry as little as possible because more weight can cause instability and pose a suffocation risk.

  • Use the wheel brakes even on a flat surface so that a wriggling child can’t get the wheels rolling again.

  • Always park a stroller parallel to roads or railway tracks so that it can’t roll into danger.

  • Do not push a stroller on rough ground, over curbs, up and down stairs. This can harm not only your child but also damage your stroller.

  • As children grow, they become more mobile, teach them not to stand up or lean out of the stroller.

  • Do not let older siblings trying to climb on the stroller as that can make it tip over.

  • Seek help while lifting the stroller onto buses, trains and trams. Hold the handle yourself, and ask the other person to hold its foot. So while getting off, it’s safer if another person is ahead of you and grab the foot of the pram first.

The following precautions will keep your little one safe:

  • Check that the folding mechanism is securely locked into place not to let the stroller collapse.

  • Always use the five-point safety harness.

  • Put bags in the basket underneath the stroller rather than hanging them over the handle as that can lead to the pram tipping over.

  • Carry as little as possible because more weight can cause instability and pose a suffocation risk.

  • Use the wheel brakes even on a flat surface so that a wriggling child can’t get the wheels rolling again.

  • Always park a stroller parallel to roads or railway tracks so that it can’t roll into danger.

  • Do not push a stroller on rough ground, over curbs, up and down stairs. This can harm not only your child but also damage your stroller.

  • As children grow, they become more mobile, teach them not to stand up or lean out of the stroller.

  • Do not let older siblings trying to climb on the stroller as that can make it tip over.

  • Seek help while lifting the stroller onto buses, trains and trams. Hold the handle yourself, and ask the other person to hold its foot. So while getting off, it’s safer if another person is ahead of you and grab the foot of the pram first.

4.3 How to clean a baby stroller?

  • It is best to go by the manufacturer's instructions when it comes to cleaning the stroller.

  • The manuals contain instructions about dismantling the stroller properly and giving it a deep clean. 

  • Ensure to wash off the dirt and crumbs properly. A vacuum cleaner would be a good option.

  • Use gentle soaps or cleaning solutions to clean the fabric of the stroller. If the material has a removable cover, rinse/ soak the cover in cold water and scrub off the stains.

  • Once the fabric is dry, apply a disinfectant spray to refresh and sanitise. Wipe the hard parts too with a disinfectant wipe.

  • Cleaning the handles and wheels of a stroller is also essential as a lot of dirt and dust may settle on them. Applying lubricants on the stroller wheels is also significant for maintenance.

  • Proper storage of a stroller is also essential so that it doesn’t catch rust or deteriorate within a short span of time.

  • It is best to go by the manufacturer's instructions when it comes to cleaning the stroller.

  • The manuals contain instructions about dismantling the stroller properly and giving it a deep clean. 

  • Ensure to wash off the dirt and crumbs properly. A vacuum cleaner would be a good option.

  • Use gentle soaps or cleaning solutions to clean the fabric of the stroller. If the material has a removable cover, rinse/ soak the cover in cold water and scrub off the stains.

  • Once the fabric is dry, apply a disinfectant spray to refresh and sanitise. Wipe the hard parts too with a disinfectant wipe.

  • Cleaning the handles and wheels of a stroller is also essential as a lot of dirt and dust may settle on them. Applying lubricants on the stroller wheels is also significant for maintenance.

  • Proper storage of a stroller is also essential so that it doesn’t catch rust or deteriorate within a short span of time.

5. Did you know: Interesting facts, figures and things to know about strollers

5.1 A landscape architect, William Kent, designed the first stroller. The Duke of Devonshire got this made to amuse his children amid a transit.

5.2 The stroller didn’t catch on until the 1800s when Benjamin Potter Crandall manufactured a new design. However, it was still unacceptable among the general public as it was labelled elite and luxurious. Majorly because, unlike the earlier stroller model by kent, this can be pushed!

5.3 A few years later, his son, Jesse Armour Crandall, made some additions to the basic blueprint and added some accessories. Queen Victoria purchased 3 of his strollers publicly, which made it a must-have thing for British mothers.

5.4 The first recognisable pram called the ‘‘perambulator’’ was created by Charles Burton. It had 3 wheels push design.

5.5 William H. Richardson patented a baby carriage with the mechanism to reverse the seat, giving the ability to the parents to see the forward and rear face. This was a significant improvement that eventually was incorporated into babies strollers. Wheels are made to spin independently, making the stroller more manoeuvrable.

5.6 During the late 19th century, strollers started to evolve to accommodate multiple births, particularly twins. The earliest models resembled a trolley and had a long wheelbase.

5.7 The next significant innovation in the history of the stroller was the invention of the umbrella stroller. It had a foldable aluminium frame that was designed by an avionics engineer in the 660s. The aluminium stroller design essentially laid the foundation for modern-day baby carriages.

5.1 A landscape architect, William Kent, designed the first stroller. The Duke of Devonshire got this made to amuse his children amid a transit.

5.2 The stroller didn’t catch on until the 1800s when Benjamin Potter Crandall manufactured a new design. However, it was still unacceptable among the general public as it was labelled elite and luxurious. Majorly because, unlike the earlier stroller model by kent, this can be pushed!

5.3 A few years later, his son, Jesse Armour Crandall, made some additions to the basic blueprint and added some accessories. Queen Victoria purchased 3 of his strollers publicly, which made it a must-have thing for British mothers.

5.4 The first recognisable pram called the ‘‘perambulator’’ was created by Charles Burton. It had 3 wheels push design.

5.5 William H. Richardson patented a baby carriage with the mechanism to reverse the seat, giving the ability to the parents to see the forward and rear face. This was a significant improvement that eventually was incorporated into babies strollers. Wheels are made to spin independently, making the stroller more manoeuvrable.

5.6 During the late 19th century, strollers started to evolve to accommodate multiple births, particularly twins. The earliest models resembled a trolley and had a long wheelbase.

5.7 The next significant innovation in the history of the stroller was the invention of the umbrella stroller. It had a foldable aluminium frame that was designed by an avionics engineer in the 660s. The aluminium stroller design essentially laid the foundation for modern-day baby carriages.

6. Our Picks: How we picked the best strollers

Hands-on reviews of the top seven baby strollers of 2021, evaluated for features, convenience, weight, ease of use, safety, reliability, and customer ratings as given on the top e-commerce platform. We are sharing some of our favourite strollers that are durable, easy to use, and perfect for city living.

Hands-on reviews of the top seven baby strollers of 2021, evaluated for features, convenience, weight, ease of use, safety, reliability, and customer ratings as given on the top e-commerce platform. We are sharing some of our favourite strollers that are durable, easy to use, and perfect for city living.

6.1 Hauck Shopper SLX 153284 Trio Set

  • Hauck Shopper SLX 153284 Trio Set is a multi-functional as well as practical model.

  • In addition to the pram, the package contained a carrycot and a car seat.

  • It is made for children from birth until they are 15 kg. 

  • At the bottom, there is a storage basket that can hold up to 3kg weight.

  • The swivel front wheels consist of lockable castor wheels, and that makes steering easier.

  • The car seat Zero Plus will keep your baby safe from the very first moment. The patented shock-absorbing PU foam ensure side-impact protection. Also, the head protection and a 3-point safety belt offer maximum safety.

  • Even the front bar and parking brake also ensure the child’s safety.

  • The stroller is ideal for uneven ground, thanks to its big wheels and suspension.

  • The adjustable backrest and footrest sun canopy make it a comfortable sleeping bag.

  • Parts are easy to replace with the Easy-Fix ​​system.

  • It is compact enough to be taken in a bus or car.

  • Unfortunately, the push bar is not adjustable in height, and the stroller is suitable for urban terrain only.

  • This lightweight, manoeuvrable, large basket and practical cupholder is the parent’s ideal companion from the very first moment.

  • Hauck Shopper SLX 153284 Trio Set is a multi-functional as well as practical model.

  • In addition to the pram, the package contained a carrycot and a car seat.

  • It is made for children from birth until they are 15 kg. 

  • At the bottom, there is a storage basket that can hold up to 3kg weight.

  • The swivel front wheels consist of lockable castor wheels, and that makes steering easier.

  • The car seat Zero Plus will keep your baby safe from the very first moment. The patented shock-absorbing PU foam ensure side-impact protection. Also, the head protection and a 3-point safety belt offer maximum safety.

  • Even the front bar and parking brake also ensure the child’s safety.

  • The stroller is ideal for uneven ground, thanks to its big wheels and suspension.

  • The adjustable backrest and footrest sun canopy make it a comfortable sleeping bag.

  • Parts are easy to replace with the Easy-Fix ​​system.

  • It is compact enough to be taken in a bus or car.

  • Unfortunately, the push bar is not adjustable in height, and the stroller is suitable for urban terrain only.

  • This lightweight, manoeuvrable, large basket and practical cupholder is the parent’s ideal companion from the very first moment.

6.2 Hauck Runner Tricycle Jogger Buggy

  • Hauck Runner Tricycle Jogger Buggy is a robust off-roader.

  • You and your baby can smoothly explore the outside world with this all-terrain pram.

  • The extra-large air wheels ensure a bump-free ride. Even small curves stand zero chance against the lockable front wheel.

  • The XL seat with a lying position offers ultimate comfort to the child.

  • It can be used up to 25 kg.

  • It has an XL size basket as well to store all kinds of things.

  • It folds away compactly, fitting most vehicles.

  • On hot days, the canopy rated UPF 50+ can be opened that also has a large mesh area forcomplete air circulation as well as eye contact with your child.

  • The height-adjustable push handle offers a back-friendly posture and improved driving experience.

  • The reflecting rim on the canopy ensures that you reach home safely at the end of the day.

  • The 5-point belt, a brake and a front bar that can be folded to the side for easier access also ensure safety.

  • Hauck Runner Tricycle Jogger Buggy is a robust off-roader.

  • You and your baby can smoothly explore the outside world with this all-terrain pram.

  • The extra-large air wheels ensure a bump-free ride. Even small curves stand zero chance against the lockable front wheel.

  • The XL seat with a lying position offers ultimate comfort to the child.

  • It can be used up to 25 kg.

  • It has an XL size basket as well to store all kinds of things.

  • It folds away compactly, fitting most vehicles.

  • On hot days, the canopy rated UPF 50+ can be opened that also has a large mesh area forcomplete air circulation as well as eye contact with your child.

  • The height-adjustable push handle offers a back-friendly posture and improved driving experience.

  • The reflecting rim on the canopy ensures that you reach home safely at the end of the day.

  • The 5-point belt, a brake and a front bar that can be folded to the side for easier access also ensure safety.

6.3 Joovy ScooterX2 Side By Side Double Stroller

  • Joovy ScooterX2 is a side-by-side stroller suitable for babies three months and up, all the way to children up to 20 kg.

  • The ScooterX2 double stroller has a total weight capacity of 40 kg.

  • The independently reclining seats work just as well for siblings as it does for twins.

  • There is no need to fold your stroller down for a doorway again as it fits easily through standard doors and checkout lines.

  • Both the seats come with a mesh pocket for toys and snacks that’s easy to get in and out of.

  • The extra-large basket is easy to access. You can stash diaper bags, toys, and whatever you pick up cruising the mall.

  • The removable bumper bar puts a padded barrier between your kids and life’s surprises.

  • The peek-a-boo window in the canopy lets you keep an eye on your babies at the same time protecting them from sun rays.

  • Two secure zippered pockets are also there for your keys and the phone.

  • Dual mesh cup holders mean both kids can bring a drink.

  • Safety comes from a robust brake system. Just tap your foot once, and lock the parking brake into place. Also, it is a 100% flame retardant chemical free stroller.

  • It can be folded with one hand.

  • It comes with a two years warranty.

  • Joovy ScooterX2 is a side-by-side stroller suitable for babies three months and up, all the way to children up to 20 kg.

  • The ScooterX2 double stroller has a total weight capacity of 40 kg.

  • The independently reclining seats work just as well for siblings as it does for twins.

  • There is no need to fold your stroller down for a doorway again as it fits easily through standard doors and checkout lines.

  • Both the seats come with a mesh pocket for toys and snacks that’s easy to get in and out of.

  • The extra-large basket is easy to access. You can stash diaper bags, toys, and whatever you pick up cruising the mall.

  • The removable bumper bar puts a padded barrier between your kids and life’s surprises.

  • The peek-a-boo window in the canopy lets you keep an eye on your babies at the same time protecting them from sun rays.

  • Two secure zippered pockets are also there for your keys and the phone.

  • Dual mesh cup holders mean both kids can bring a drink.

  • Safety comes from a robust brake system. Just tap your foot once, and lock the parking brake into place. Also, it is a 100% flame retardant chemical free stroller.

  • It can be folded with one hand.

  • It comes with a two years warranty.

6.4 Lionelo Annet Plus Stroller

  • The Lionelo Annet Plus is a compact stroller suitable for all terrains.

  • The stroller is equipped with self-operating large wheels made of EVA foam that absorbs shock.

  • And since the wheels are easily detachable, so they let you limit space taken by the pram after folding.

  • The easy to assemble and adjustable seat with XXL canopy also offers convenience. Together they assure enough space and provide adequate protection against unfavourable weather conditions.

  • The canopy has a transparent window for optimal ventilation and fluorescent details to improve visibility. 

  • Despite having so many features, it is a lightweight product and offers manoeuvrability.

  • Thanks to a two levels of footrest adjustment, you can easily adapt its position as per your child’s needs.

  • Light and durable frame and spacious seat let you use it until your child weighs 22 kg. 

  • Your baby’s security is assured by 5-point safety belts with covering and a soft bow.

  • It also has a legs warmer protecting a small passenger against cold and a mosquito net hidden in the footrest.

  • The stroller meets all requirements of the European security standard EN 1888.

  • The set includes a pram, leg warmer, mosquito net, mug holder, operating manual, guarantee card.

  • The Lionelo Annet Plus is a compact stroller suitable for all terrains.

  • The stroller is equipped with self-operating large wheels made of EVA foam that absorbs shock.

  • And since the wheels are easily detachable, so they let you limit space taken by the pram after folding.

  • The easy to assemble and adjustable seat with XXL canopy also offers convenience. Together they assure enough space and provide adequate protection against unfavourable weather conditions.

  • The canopy has a transparent window for optimal ventilation and fluorescent details to improve visibility. 

  • Despite having so many features, it is a lightweight product and offers manoeuvrability.

  • Thanks to a two levels of footrest adjustment, you can easily adapt its position as per your child’s needs.

  • Light and durable frame and spacious seat let you use it until your child weighs 22 kg. 

  • Your baby’s security is assured by 5-point safety belts with covering and a soft bow.

  • It also has a legs warmer protecting a small passenger against cold and a mosquito net hidden in the footrest.

  • The stroller meets all requirements of the European security standard EN 1888.

  • The set includes a pram, leg warmer, mosquito net, mug holder, operating manual, guarantee card.

6.5 Joovy Caboose Too Ultralight Sit And Stand Tandem Double Stroller

  • This is the second duo stroller on our list. However, this is a tandem stroller. So, one seat is in front of the other.

  • It is built with an ultra-strong aluminium frame and weighs only 10.65 kg.

  • The stroller’s total weight capacity is 40 kg (2kg for each child).

  • You can use it for children from birth with an infant car seat or from three months, all the way to big kids.

  • You have the option to use the rear seat, bench seat, or standing platform.

  • The high-capacity rear seat makes sit ideal for little ones who aren’t quite ready for the bench seat.

  • The bench is for the older kid who gives the child the freedom to sit, stand, or stroll whenever he or she is ready.

  • The 3-way reclining seats are perfect for naps on the go.

  • The Caboose Too Ultralight Sit And Stand stroller include accessories like a universal car seat adapter set.

  • It easily fits through doors and checkouts.

  • With the four-wheel suspension, even more weight means no more bumps.

  • The canopy covers both the back and front rider to offer sun protection for two.

  • The child tray with two built-in cup holders ensures you can take food wherever you go.

  • The large under-seat storage basket is useful to keep diaper bags, toys, and whatever you pick up cruising the mall.

  • Parents can keep cell phones, keys, and drink within a secure and easy reach, bulk-free washable parent organiser.

  • Safety is guaranteed by a 100% flame retardant chemical free stroller. Also, the brake system is so strong that one tap secures your precious cargo on both sides.

  • This is the second duo stroller on our list. However, this is a tandem stroller. So, one seat is in front of the other.

  • It is built with an ultra-strong aluminium frame and weighs only 10.65 kg.

  • The stroller’s total weight capacity is 40 kg (2kg for each child).

  • You can use it for children from birth with an infant car seat or from three months, all the way to big kids.

  • You have the option to use the rear seat, bench seat, or standing platform.

  • The high-capacity rear seat makes sit ideal for little ones who aren’t quite ready for the bench seat.

  • The bench is for the older kid who gives the child the freedom to sit, stand, or stroll whenever he or she is ready.

  • The 3-way reclining seats are perfect for naps on the go.

  • The Caboose Too Ultralight Sit And Stand stroller include accessories like a universal car seat adapter set.

  • It easily fits through doors and checkouts.

  • With the four-wheel suspension, even more weight means no more bumps.

  • The canopy covers both the back and front rider to offer sun protection for two.

  • The child tray with two built-in cup holders ensures you can take food wherever you go.

  • The large under-seat storage basket is useful to keep diaper bags, toys, and whatever you pick up cruising the mall.

  • Parents can keep cell phones, keys, and drink within a secure and easy reach, bulk-free washable parent organiser.

  • Safety is guaranteed by a 100% flame retardant chemical free stroller. Also, the brake system is so strong that one tap secures your precious cargo on both sides.

6.6 Maxi-Cosi Adorra 2

  • Maxi-Cosi Adorra 2 is a stroller made for relaxed city living. You can easily and comfortably explore your city with your baby if Zelia stroller is there.

  • The bassinet is enjoyable for babies, and parents choose it for the smart one-hand folding system.

  • You can use a stroller to carry a child weighing up to 22 kilograms.

  • It is ideal for children from birth to 3.5 years old.

  • Weighing no more than 9.6 kg, this 2-in-1 stroller has a seat unit capable of being used as a newborn’s bassinet and the Maxi-Cosi Oria carrycot goes very well with the seat.

  • The Essential Blue colour stroller is best suited for all-terrain.

  • The adjustable backrest and footrest of the Maxi-Cosi Adorra 2 let you adjust the seat to the wishes of your child.

  • The reversible seat can be used as per your and your baby’s convenience.

  • The extendable sun canopy has a viewing window and protects your baby from harsh sun rays.

  • The stroller’s seat is positioned high, so you don’t have to bend down to place your child in the seat. A high chair is not needed to push the pram when you sit on a terrace.

  • The extra-large shopping basket is suitable to keep a lot of things.

  • The Maxi-Cosi Adorra set includes a few accessories as well, including an adapter set, rain cover, shopping basket, lens hood, parasol clip, and safety bar.

  • Zelia is a compact urban stroller offering you and your baby hassle-free trips in the city!

  • Maxi-Cosi Adorra 2 is a stroller made for relaxed city living. You can easily and comfortably explore your city with your baby if Zelia stroller is there.

  • The bassinet is enjoyable for babies, and parents choose it for the smart one-hand folding system.

  • You can use a stroller to carry a child weighing up to 22 kilograms.

  • It is ideal for children from birth to 3.5 years old.

  • Weighing no more than 9.6 kg, this 2-in-1 stroller has a seat unit capable of being used as a newborn’s bassinet and the Maxi-Cosi Oria carrycot goes very well with the seat.

  • The Essential Blue colour stroller is best suited for all-terrain.

  • The adjustable backrest and footrest of the Maxi-Cosi Adorra 2 let you adjust the seat to the wishes of your child.

  • The reversible seat can be used as per your and your baby’s convenience.

  • The extendable sun canopy has a viewing window and protects your baby from harsh sun rays.

  • The stroller’s seat is positioned high, so you don’t have to bend down to place your child in the seat. A high chair is not needed to push the pram when you sit on a terrace.

  • The extra-large shopping basket is suitable to keep a lot of things.

  • The Maxi-Cosi Adorra set includes a few accessories as well, including an adapter set, rain cover, shopping basket, lens hood, parasol clip, and safety bar.

  • Zelia is a compact urban stroller offering you and your baby hassle-free trips in the city!

6.7 Babyzen YOYO²

  • The Babyzen Yoyo2 is an everyday stroller suitable from birth to toddler stage.

  • The stroller is available in nine trendy colours. However, our review colour is peppermint.

  • The maximum weight it can carry is up to 22 kilograms.

  • It is suitable for a child who is 0 months to 3.5 years old.

  • It is renowned for its lightweight, compact size and stylish colours.

  • It is possible to steer it with one hand and fold it in and out with one hand. 

  • It is comfortable and safe thanks to the soft drive present on the front wheels to absorb shocks, the springy frame and the adjustable seat positions.

  • The shopping basket under the buggy is spacious and easy to reach.

  • The 0+ newborn pack is designed to give your baby all kinds of comfort. Therefore it is best to install it onto the frame from birth and let your baby lay completely flat, facing you and always within sight.

  • When folded, its size is reduced to almost hand luggage, and you can easily carry it on the plane, train, bus or taxi.

  • The pop-up hood has 2 different opening positions.

  • The canopy window is also there to keep a constant eye on your child.

  • The zippered back pocket is suitable to keep essentials close at hand.

  • The stroller has anti-UV fabric (UPF 50+) treated with waterproof.

  • The Babyzen Yoyo2 is an everyday stroller suitable from birth to toddler stage.

  • The stroller is available in nine trendy colours. However, our review colour is peppermint.

  • The maximum weight it can carry is up to 22 kilograms.

  • It is suitable for a child who is 0 months to 3.5 years old.

  • It is renowned for its lightweight, compact size and stylish colours.

  • It is possible to steer it with one hand and fold it in and out with one hand. 

  • It is comfortable and safe thanks to the soft drive present on the front wheels to absorb shocks, the springy frame and the adjustable seat positions.

  • The shopping basket under the buggy is spacious and easy to reach.

  • The 0+ newborn pack is designed to give your baby all kinds of comfort. Therefore it is best to install it onto the frame from birth and let your baby lay completely flat, facing you and always within sight.

  • When folded, its size is reduced to almost hand luggage, and you can easily carry it on the plane, train, bus or taxi.

  • The pop-up hood has 2 different opening positions.

  • The canopy window is also there to keep a constant eye on your child.

  • The zippered back pocket is suitable to keep essentials close at hand.

  • The stroller has anti-UV fabric (UPF 50+) treated with waterproof.