This is a partnered post.
It’s hard to believe I am out of the stroller stage in my parenting journey. I am actually looking to sell our remaining strollers. As I end this chapter in our life I thought it would be fun to do a post about how to choose a baby stroller.
How to Choose a Baby Stroller
1. Determine your budget. Strollers can run anywhere from $10 for an umbrella stroller and upwards of thousands for top of the line strollers.
2. Durability. Durability is pretty important to us because I knew our stroller would have to hold up to numerous children.
3. Safety. Any baby product needs to be safe and free from defects.
4. Features. What features do you want your stroller to have? Cup holders, bottom basket, tall handle if you are taller, snack tray, umbrella for shade, etc.?
5. Function. Do you need a jogging stroller, a double stroller, single or single with a step for another child?
6. Storage. Is it easy to store? Do you need it to fold up easily when you are one handed? Is weight important?
Jané strollers is a new brand to me on the medium to higher end price wise – $250-$790. “The first Jané stroller was born in 1932 in Barcelona, Spain when Manuel Jané Vidal proudly created a stroller for his new born son, Ramon.” They have four different styles: Nanuq, Rider, Trider Extreme and a new PowerTwin Pro coming soon. Safety is an important issue to Jané and their products are created with babies health and safety in mind.
You can learn more about Jané here: http://www.jane-usa.com