What Should I Consider When Buying A Baby Stroller? 1
Feb. 12, 2019
A secure, dependable and easy-to-use Baby Stroller is a must-have. However, as a stroller may vary in cost from $30 to $1,200, you are likely to need to be certain that you're receiving the very best alternative for your buck. These fundamental questions will help.
Where will you use it? Many mid-range models can be big and bulky — not ideal if you’re navigating narrow city streets. But a smaller Lightweight Baby Umbrella Stroller might not work for you if you need a stroller basket big enough to handle your purse, diaper bag and other essentials. Know where you’ll go with your stroller – that’s half the battle.
Is it newborn friendly? Check the details. Some Safe Baby Easy Stroller offer a deep recline or bassinet mode, which means you can put your newborn in them from day one, with no add-ons needed. But many models are more suitable for infants who have some neck control or can nearly sit up unsupported, which usually doesn’t happen for four to six months. You may need to attach a car seat or optional bassinet to make some models infant-ready, so know what you’re getting before you buy.
How long do you plan to use it? While you may pay more up front for certain models, adaptability from newborn through toddler stages could save you cash in the long run. Do you plan to use the Foldable Children Stroller for multiple kids? If so, shop for long-term value, and consider a model you can add onto — a car seat, a stand-and-ride bumper or an additional seat for a new baby.