Are you expecting a baby or does your little one need a bigger stroller? We advise you on which stroller to buy to meet the requirements of the child and parents.
A baby stroller is one of the most expensive parts of a baby outfit. It must meet safety standards, be stable and fit the height and age of your child. Also important is the surface on which you intend to walk and adaptation of the stroller to the weather, because not all models offer protection from precipitation or sunscreen.
Multifunctional strollers – 2in1, 3in1, 4in1
As the name suggests, multifunction strollers combine features of several different models. The system, which allows the exchange of individual elements, allows for quick transformation of the stroller into a car seat and carrier. Multifunction strollers usually come in three variations. 2-in-1 strollers are a combination of a deep stroller and a stroller. It consists of: a frame, a carrycot and a stroller. As for the 3in1 variant, it is a compilation of a carrycot, a stroller and a car seat. The car seat in this model can also serve as a carrier. The 4 in 1 stroller is a combination of a deep stroller, a baby carriage, a car seat, and it also comes with a base to mount the car seat in the car to prevent it from shifting while driving.
If you’re expecting a double happiness or looking for a stroller for siblings, for example, year after year, it can be a big help to twins. Their design is lightweight, but stable enough to easily support more weight. Twin strollers often come in a model tandemwhere one stroller is positioned behind the other so that the babies do not interfere with each other while walking. The second most common type of twin stroller is one in which the carrycots or seats are placed side by side. This model is usually wider, but it allows you to keep an eye on your babies at the same time. A double stroller may also be a good choice, as it will have configurable seats so that the children can be taken for a walk separately.
Jogging strollers were created for active parents who want to combine walking with their child with jogging. It is important to remember that the so-called “jogging strollers” are joggers are designed for children over the age of six. Jogging strollers are characterized by large wheels – often three, good cushioning and adaptation to different types of surfaces.
Deep-bed strollers are designed for infants and serve until your baby starts to sit up on his own. It’s a good idea to choose a tall carrycot so that your baby who is trying to sit up won’t fall out of it. A baby stroller should provide protection from precipitation, wind, and overexposure to the sun.
Baby strollers are a must when your baby is learning to sit up on his own. A safe stroller model should have a safety harness, cushioning, and a backrest that fits your baby’s height. Some baby strollers have a convenient folding feature that can help when you’re going up and down stairs or packing for a trip.
They’re made for people who appreciate a classic stroller look combined with modern functionality. Retro models are usually multifunctional strollers where a lot of emphasis has been placed on the design of the carrycot and handcrafted details.
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