Shopping

The selection of strollers is so big that you can easily lose track. From the classic stroller over module systems with countless options to futuristic looking chassis you can find pretty much everything in the catalogs and shops. Of course, when choosing the gut feeling – what car we like and with what we cannot make friends with us?

Since the stroller is one of the most important and unfortunately the most expensive purchases, if you expect a baby, you should think about these questions before buying but a few:

  • On what surface (asphalt, cobblestones, dirt roads, etc.) You use the stroller the most? Small wheels and plastic wheels are more suitable for even surfaces; large rubber wheels are also suitable for uneven floors.
  • Are you traveling a lot , i.e. does the stroller need to be stowed in the trunk of the car or do you often use public transport?
  • Are you planning more children for whom you would like to use the car later?
  • Should the stroller be used from birth to kindergarten age or would you like to buy a second car later?
  • How much money do you want to spend a maximum and at which points of your dream pram could you cut back on the budget?

If you are planning to buy a little Canadian double stroller online, then also you need to answer these questions to yourself first.

The classic stroller

The classic stroller usually has four relatively large wheels and a removable carrycot or soft carrycot. It is suitable right from birth, but cannot be used as long, because the little ones will eventually see more of the world and no longer want to lie.

In general, classic strollers are stocked with large air-filled rubber tires and have a very good suspension. They offer optimal conditions for pushing on uneven surfaces: Mom has it when pushing is not so difficult and her baby is softly sprung in the cozy couch.

Advantages of the classic stroller:

  • Traditional, noble appearance
  • Frame mostly made of light materials (aluminum, light metal steel)
  • Good suspension
  • Good tires
  • High stability by large tires and wide wheelbase

Disadvantages of small classic stroller:

  • Even folded often very bulky
  • Suitable only for the first 10 to 12 months
  • Less flexible than pram

The classic stroller is right for you if

  • You are looking for a stroller with a traditional and noble look.
  • You want a sturdy stroller without a lot of bells and whistles.
  • You are looking for an easy-to-use stroller.
  • You would prefer to use a smaller second car (eg buggy) later.
  • You are not traveling frequently by car.
  • Your stroller should provide plenty of storage space for shopping
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