When choosing a stroller, parents should consider numerous aspects like price and family size, as well as life style. There are many different types of strollers to fit every situation.

These strollers are designed with bigger wheels, a stronger suspension and a more robust frame to handle bumps and uneven terrain. These strollers are great for families with active children.

Compact Strollers
Some days when you have to leave the house with your baby feels impossible. You require a lightweight stroller, which can be folded and easy to move.

Also referred to as travel strollers these strollers strike a equilibrium between traditional strollers and umbrella strollers. They offer full-size amenities like large sun umbrellas, multi-position recline and undercarriage storage baskets but with an easy-to-close fold which is smaller (or even folds down into a compact pouch). A lot of travel strollers can be used with infant car seats too.

The GB Qbit+ All City stroller has a fold that can be folded with just one hand. It is as small as an average carry-on bag and will be carried in overhead bins of planes. There is no gate-checking requirement! Plus, it connects with the UPPAbaby Minu V2 and the Nuna Pipa infant car seat through adapters. For newborns, a bassinet with a built-in bassinet is available. Another great option is the Cybex Eezy Twist 2, that allows you to connect to a car seat and then change from forward-facing to a parent-facing position based on your baby’s growth.

Strollers Full Size
Full size strollers feature large wheels, excellent suspension, and easy-to-use brakes to ensure your child’s safety. These strollers also come with ample storage cups, cup holders, and other convenient features that make it easier to move your child around Memorable baby strollers.

A majority of full-size strollers have a bassinet or toddler seat that snaps into the frame, creating a travel system, which is perfect for families with infants or multiple children in day care. Some strollers can hold two toddler car seats, while other frames permit the user to mix and match seating options like an additional seat or rider board.

Oftentimes, these types of strollers come with a price cost and require an initial investment. However, some retailers offer huge rollbacks during shopping holidays and make these strollers little more affordable. The purchase of a high-quality stroller that can grow with your child is well worth the upfront cost. Strollers with adjustable handlebars are an advantage for parents with different heights. This means that they can easily push the stroller with one hand.

Travel Systems
Travel systems (also known as prams, or combination strollers) are basically car seat carriers which attach to the frame of a stroller. It is able to transport your baby around in the car and then transfer the baby to the stroller in order to go walking. Some models even allow you to add the bassinet attachment, which allows your baby to lie flat and face you or a seat that can be positioned to face forward or back.

They are a great option for families that plan to use a car seat over longer periods of duration. It is possible to use the stroller even after your child is no longer in the car seat. Travel systems that are easy to use and connect require minimal steps and complex fasteners. Choose models that have large undercarriages that can hold gear and supplies and washable fabric that can take care of snack crumbs, snot and more. They’re typically smaller and lighter making them more convenient to navigate on public transport or in airports.

Double Strollers
Double strollers are an absolute necessity for families with more than one child. Make sure you choose a stroller that offers plenty of space for sippy cups, snacks along with toys, diapers, etc. You should also take into consideration how easy it is to move the stroller around with two kids.

A smooth ride as well as a sturdy structure are the other key features. Strollers equipped with locking swivel-wheels give you unwavering stability. You should also prioritize a stroller that is lightweight but sturdy enough to stand up to the wear and tear of everyday usage.

You can choose from various double strollers. Tandem strollers feature seating at the front, and a seat in the back, while side-byside strollers have seats lined up next to each other. Children aren’t allowed to travel side-by-side in tandem configurations, depending on the stroller compatibility. To ensure that the stroller you choose is a good match with your child’s needs, review the recommended age range of the manufacturer and specifications for each configuration.