Parenting often means that moms are incredibly busy and always in a rush. From getting food and clothes ready, to ensuring your baby has the best diaper, to keeping up with eco-friendly trends: it’s non-stop! Because they’re always on the go, it’s important for moms to know about the very best baby transporters on the market. Here are four great strollers for moms on the go:
The 2017 upgrade of the classic Nuna Mixx is the Nuna Mixx2. There is so much to say about this high end stroller. First of all, in the world of strollers, this is like sampling the very best caviar. A quick examination of the appearance tells you it’s made to last, and made to be extremely comfortable for your little one. Just look at all the padding and quality material used in the finish! With extra features like a reversible seat, chrome wheels (yes, you heard right), and even leather-look accents, this stroller is for mothers who want the very best for their kids.
It comes in a range of colors including berry and indigo, and retails at $599.95.
The Vista stroller from Uppababy costs almost nine hundred dollars, but it’s worth dipping into your pocket for. This is a bit like those old transformer toys. It might look like it’s just another stroller, but this contraption can change into many different shapes. It can be a bassinet, a stroller, and even a car seat. It’s obvious that buying this one item will wind up actually saving you money once you consider the separate costs. Oh and it also has the capability to transport up to three children! A genius design that will be perfect for mother and toddler dates or hectic trips to the zoo!
BOB Revolution Pro and Flex
Bob Revolution Pro and Flex strollers are two variations of a basic design, and we love them both. Bob is the number one jogging stroller because they design with fitness moms in mind. The Revolution Pro is an all-terrain stroller; perfect if you live in an area where the pavements aren’t perfectly smooth. It’s also great if you love to go for a hike up the mountains or take relaxing getaways in a secluded cabin at the weekends. You can get a one or two seated model of the Pro, so if you’re the mother of twins it doesn’t mean you can’t get out and enjoy the fresh air!
The Pro and Flex have similar features, including an adjustable handlebar for parents of all heights and an easy folding system that can be done in just two steps. One of the key differences between the two models is that the flex is designed more with flexibility and smoothness in mind as it offers three inches of travel and two stages of weight support for seamless strolling.
The Pro, on the other hand, is perfect for mothers on the go. It has air-filled tires that can withstand both on and off road high impact, as well as a hand activated rear drum brake for one hundred percent control when you’re traveling downhill.
Both the Pro and Flex retail for $499.
The 2017 Britax B-Ready stroller is incredibly versatile and reasonably priced too. The 2017 version of the B-Ready has been improved with extra features compared to the original version. In appearance, its sleek classic black design looks very similar to the Vista stroller.
The name ‘B-Ready’ perfectly describes this stroller. It’s much more than a marketing ploy as this stroller is much more than just something to walk your child around in. It can be a single or a double stroller, a bassinet, and an infant car seat. It also boasts a phenomenal twelve sitting options to choose from. This is perfect for children who never like to sit still in one position for a long time!
The re-conception of the original model has turned this stroller from a good one into a great one. The new frame is much more modern and stylish, the seats come in a range of new colors, and there is an updated braking system that is even easy to use when you’re wearing flip flops. Both the handlebar and leg rest are adjustable, because it’s just as important that the mother is comfortable since it’s them bearing the load of the baby and the carrier.
Like the Bob Revolution strollers, this retails for $499 so it won’t break the bank either.