Stokke Xplory Stroller

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Rating: 4.1 out of 5 (45 reviews)

Explore together. Grow together. Stokke Xplory stroller’s innovative design brings your child up and closer to parents, and also away from dust. The innovative height optimizes eye contacts and bonding between parent and baby, and toddlers enjoy a more interesting panoramic view. Just as exciting, the stroller’s height allows it to function as a high chair so dining out, meeting friends at a cafe and other social activities are more enjoyable for all. Being higher up also means easy handling for parents in caring for the child – no need to bend over! Easy to maneuver and extremely stable, it also features adjustable 2-way seating 5 reclining positions, a footrest that grows with the child, and 2-wheel mode to carry up and down the stairs. The Stokke Xplory is the only urban stroller you’ll ever need.

The Stokke Xplory Stroller – Green features:

  • Stokke Xplory stroller’s height adjustable seat brings the child up closer to the parent.
  • Two way facing and 5 seat reclining positions suitable baby’s needs as they grow.
  • Fully adjustable (seat, handle, and a foot rest)
  • Meets US and international safety standards.
  • Made in Europe from lightweight aluminum and automobile-grade polymer.

Features

  • Stokke Xplory stroller’s height adjustable seat brings the child up closer to the parent.
  • Two way facing and 5 seat reclining positions suitable babys needs as they grow.
  • Fully adjustable (seat, handle, and a foot rest)
  • Meets US and international safety standards.
  • Made in Europe from lightweight aluminum and automobile-grade polymer.

Additional Info

658002

A1B97F32

816559108988

180206

45 lbs

Full Size

Yes – With Adapter (Sold Separately)

Adjustable Canopy,Cup Holder(s),Sunshade,Tray / Bar,Weather Protection

City,Shopping,Travel,Walking

27

40.3 pounds

39.6 x 23.1 x 16.0

Stokke Xplory Stroller4.1545
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34 Reviews for “Stokke Xplory Stroller”

  1. Katie S on June 20th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    I was first introduced to this marvel of technology 6 months ago when I saw it in Europe. After careful reading of the specifications on the Stokke site (plus lovely pictures of the Xplory in Paris and London), I decided I had to have it, even though I could not try it before buying because all the stores in my area were stuck on that expensive eyesore, the Bugaboo. The Stokke Xplory ride is unbelievably smooth and under control. The wheels turn beautifully and allow precise manoeuvers in tight spaces. The whole structure is extremely stable, despite the seat’s high perch. The stroller’s weight (substantial when I lug it into the car trunk) disappears completely when I weave in and out of sidewalk traffic, with one light hand on the handle and the other hand efficiently employed on the phone with Daddy/playing with Baby/etc. Of course I love that it elevates Baby above the the urban fumes, and that the rear-facing positions allows us to have meaningful conversations. I can also recline the seat completely to let him to sleep horizontally. The forward-facing positions allow Baby to face the world from up high, and eat at restaurant tables – all I do is wheel the stroller up to the table, and fold the handle behind to make room for the waiters to pass. The plush seating is washable and very comfortable, the footrest grows with Baby’s legs, and the bag underneath holds enough for a day’s outing and some shopping. The raincover zips up entirely to the sunshade, and doesn’t let a drop of water in. You can buy a footmuff or a diaper bag separately. If your baby is younger than 6 months old, Stokke recommends buying the bassinet Xplory instead of the seat featured here. There is a noticeable absence of cup-holders and trays, and this stroller seat cannot be used as a car seat. The Xplory’s design espouses the Stokke ideal of focusing the attention of the parent on the child, and maintaining as much contact with Baby as possible – hence the elevation, the rear-facing positions, the fact that you have to lift Baby out of the car-seat and into the stroller…etc. These parent-disciplining measures might not sit well with the more cup-holding-inclined, but I love the aesthetics it produces. Finally, it is quite an experience to see all the drivers and passengers of the long line of cars waiting at the red light, roll down their windows and crane their necks out to look at my red Xplory strolling down the avenue, Baby waving at them as we pass.

  2. ghottya[@] on July 22nd, 2007 at 12:00 am

    We’ve had it for our first child, and now we use it for the second. It’s perfect!

  3. Tina on August 1st, 2007 at 12:00 am

    Worth every penny. The best stroller on the market. Way better than the bugaboo frog. Much more elegant. Everywhere I go everyone looks. It turns heads like you can’t imagine. It’s so nice to have my baby up high instead of low to the floor. I wouldn’t trade it for nothing in the world.

  4. NewYork Mom on August 2nd, 2007 at 12:00 am

    I bought this product as I loved the concept of having my little one up high enough to interact with me. What I didn’t anticipate was that in busy pedestrian areas the stroller gets buffeted around and has been nearly knocked over a number of times as pedestrians push through. This stroller’s stability, when the child is sitting in a higher position, is not great.Also having the child up higher is an open invitation for strangers to try and touch your child.
    Great stroller, but not for busy areas

  5. Proud mom of a beautiful 1 month old on August 4th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    In recent months, I have had the pleasure of riding the Xplory. Together with my son, we went out exploring. The Xplory has a striking design with the ingenuity one expects from a Stokke product.

    During our adventure, we walked through the city streets, sat at a terrace, went shopping and took the tram. All these events have an impact on my little boy (and on his father). The Xplory is an ideal partner. Walking through town is a delight. The Xplory rides smoothly and has an ideal height.

    The height is ideal for Dad; for the first time, I don’t have to bend over (like washing up at a low sink). This helps prevent backaches during a long walk. For junior the height is ideal; he is involved in everything, can look around easily and is above the exhaust fumes, which is good in a busy city like Amsterdam. The Xplory effortlessly tackles obstacles on the canals.

    The terrace looked welcoming on a sunny day and with a simple manoeuvre the Xplory becomes an ideal highchair at the table. We enjoy a nice drink (a diet Coke and a glass of milk with a straw) and a toasted cheese sandwich together.

    Back on the tram, from the Dam to the Pijp. The Xplory proves a useful partner. Getting in with one of the wheels folded inward and then standing on the brakes, we look at the passing stops. Actually we attract quite some attention ourselves. Because of the good looks of father and son of course, but also because of the striking design of the Xplory.

  6. Sandra on August 11th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    -Ok this is great if u live in Manhattan/New York City. But for people who have actual cars and drive to & from stores…. MOMS who have homes with real backyards and drive to our malls and supermarkets, etc. make sure u have strong arms. Too much of an hassle to get in and out of car/suv unless u have a HUMMER. This is mainly to set your kid apart like say how driving a benz, lexus or BMW sets mom & dad apart. –Besides I LUVED it better when it seemed exclusive and only available at boutique shops not […].— good luk

  7. Money Bags on August 29th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    Went to the mall with this stroller and everyone started to look. It is a head turner and makes other strollers look like cheap hyundai cars. If you like showing off your flashy name brand designer gear and handbags, you must own this stroller.

    Besides it not being so compact, it does its job if you own a nice SUV or a large sedan.

    If you want to turn heads and get noticed, buy this today. I think the bugaboo is played out and looks like those generic strollers. I can’t really tell the difference between a bugaboo and an expensive graco.

    Must buy, if you can afford it!

  8. Busy Mommy To One on August 29th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    We’ve owned this stroller for over a year now and couldn’t be happier with it. I love it, my husband loves it and most importantly our son loves it. It’s great because he sits high enough to view everything and since it adjusts he can stay in it when we go to restuarants rather then sitting in the high chairs. Out of all of the strollers we’ve owned this is by far our favorite. It’s much smoother then other strollers and works well even on rough terrain. It’s a breeze to push with one hand and once you get used to it, it is quick and easy to take in and out of the car. It’s also great for crowded spaces like malls and theme parks since it takes up much less space the a regular full size stroller when opened. If you are purchasing this stroller for a newborn I would highly recommend the baby bag (the bassinet).

    This stroller doesn’t have a cup holder but that hasn’t been too much of a problem. The only time I really missed having a cup holder was when we were at theme parks so I ended up buying the liquid holster from baby jogger and it fit perfectly. Now whenever we go I make sure I put it on ahead of time.

  9. CINDY on October 12th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    I bought this Stroller it happens to be awesome . I love the fact that our baby is Higher . I mean no bending over . Its just awesome Go to a store near you and try it out . I have not seen to many of these around . Bugaboo I have seen like 20 in the mall last time I was there . Brillant design

  10. Trish the shopper mom on October 30th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    When I was pregnant I saw another mom using a stokke stroller and I knew I had to have it for my baby. So I researched it and bought the red one. It has been great so far and its so beautiful.

  11. Lindsay on November 29th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    I own this stroller in Red and I also have the 2006 bright green textiles. We have had our Stokke Xplory for over a year and it is wonderful. Great for using as a highchair in restaurants, our daughter been able to sit at the table with us since she was born. The baby is up high when traveling through zoo’s, amusement parks and aquariums. Keeps baby away from car exhaust fumes, unleashed dogs and other peoples touchy little children (which happens more times than you think). You have the option of facing your baby towards you or facing out. The stroller has an adjustable handle and the child’s seat can easily go from sitting up to laying down without disturbing the child. Our daughter loves riding around in her Xplory. We own the parasol which has been great for going to the zoo and we recently bought the footmuff which is so cute and very warm for winter. The shopping bag located at the bottom of the stroller holds a lot and the stroller comes with a very nice rain cover as well as a mosquito net and an infant seat which provide a very nice cushion. You can buy an optional Graco or peg perego car seat adapter as well as many other accessories. I will also mention that this stroller is made in Norway and is lead free. This stroller has been very comfortable for our daughter. Yes you will be asked a lot about this stroller from many people, I myself do not care for expensive brand names I purely bought this stroller because of the wonderful features as well as a very high resale value so you won’t lose all your money 😉 We plan on buying another one with our second child. If you splurge on one baby item make sure this is the one!!!

  12. Hollie, mama to Luna on December 18th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    I started out in busy NYC with this stroller and it was great to keep her away from the cab fumes. Now I’m in the burbs of Absecon, New Jersey and it’s GREAT for those long power walks. The bag that attaches below holds more than any other stroller I’ve ever seen and it’s the easiest glide your child will ever feel. This stroller was worth every penny. I just wish they made a double stroller for when I have the next kid.

  13. Trish the first time mommy on December 22nd, 2007 at 12:00 am

    I own this same stroller in biege. I love how my daughter and I can look at eachother while im pushing because she seems to get less crankier. Im also pretty tall so I love how the seat can be high so I dont have to bent over. Its funny how people look at the stroller and then look at theirs. The only thing that sucks about this stroller is the amount of storage it has. I could never take it to the mall, I have to use my jogger or carrier. I usually just take this to restuarants or parties.

  14. Super Va Mom on December 24th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    This is the most amazing stroller! I had a c-section and I wa able to push his stroller and get him out with ease within the first to weeks post-op. I love the height and versatility and how easy/quickly it collapses. Just beware you will receive a lot of comments, so if you dont like attention, you will not like this stroller!!!

  15. First time mom on February 10th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    After comparing many different strollers, we ended up buying this stroller. My husband loves it b/c it is high (doesn’t hurt his back), easy to fold, and move around the store easily. Got a lot of compliments. We got the complete set, so when we use the baby bag (bassinet), it has enough room for us to change the baby when we are not around the restroom. My husband also loves it b/c it looks very masculine. I would not recommend this if you don’t want to be bother with the questions and the attentions people will give you.

  16. Mama Mia on February 23rd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    With Stokke,oh, people will be complimenting your stroller first…then your baby! It sure is a head turner! Sizzle in the sizzling plate? Nope! It lives up with my expectations. 100% easy to manuever, light weight. Can use it as a jogger stroller & high chair. My baby loves it! (we purchased ours the day he was born and is now 9 months ). We went to NY and was so easy to get around the city with this stroller. Better than Bugaboo. Lighter than graco ( I had to give it away), easier to manuever than Jeep umbrella stroller.

  17. Vanessa...new mom... on March 1st, 2008 at 12:00 am

    We wanted a stroller that allowed our kid to see us and us her as we walked. We got more. Xplory is just the best thing in strollers. Pricey yes, but our kid sees us as we walk, easy to reach her for her needs w/o having to go around to the front. Very adaptable and folds up small. Takes a little practice to open and close, but not too bad, the bassinet was awesome when she was newborn, we used it like a little bed, she would sleep or lie in it and we wheeled her into every room we were in even the kitchen, the umbrella is very nice feature too, you can bend it as needed for shade, definitely get the car seat attachment, works great w/Graco infant or peg perrego. You may shy away from the price, but most other travel systems are bulky and pricey and usually turns out not as convenient. Also, comes w/nice matching backpack diaper bag. Gorgeous colors to pick from, wish we could have one of each:) Definite eye catcher too so be careful where you leave it!

  18. BUSY MOM on April 1st, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Dont waste your money on this expensive stroller! It’s a total waste. Being a NYC native and loving the new and fashionable trends, I thought to myself, “Why not get a Stokke?” Worst mistake in my life! First of all, the stroller is too bulky. It takes me 10 minutes to take the HEAVY, BULKY frame out of my trunk, then attach the BULKY bassinett to the frame, and then attach the TINY stroller bag to the frame. The TINY, FLIMSY stroller bag is a JOKE. The bag barely holds anything. When I walk down the crowded streets of NYC, it’s difficult to manuever in the crowds because it’s so huge & bulky that it takes up a lot of the sidewalk space. Sometimes, I get scowled out with sour looks because of the size of the stroller! To the future parents out there, dont bother spending money on this worthless stroller! I bought a Graco Metrolite Travel System in Delancy Print…and I love it!! Im also using my previous Graco stroller frame with the Graco car seat…and it’s wonderful…light, easy to use, and sets up in 2 minutes flat!

  19. Erin on April 14th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I “won” this stroller on AMEX wishlist and only paid about [$]for everything. This stroller is durable and easy to use. I can guide it with one hand and it is easy to get in and out of the car. When set up I think it’s more compact than the Graco system that my sister has. I only used the bassinet attachment once on the stroller but used it as a bassinet for sleeping right after baby was born. I bought the car seat attachment and put the Graco infant car seat on the stroller. That is much easier for me than dealing with the bassinet. Plus baby likes the infant carseat better than the bassinet. I can fit lot of stuff in the stroller bag. My friend has a bugaboo and thinks the stokke is easier to set up. I love that baby is so high and easily accessible. I can go down stairs easily with the carseat by putting one hand on the stroller handle and one hand on the carseat handle. Going up is a bit trickier but not impossible. The blanket that comes with it is nice and soft and baby loves it. Would I have paid full price? Maybe…but I would not have bought the bassinet.

  20. Age on April 19th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Best Best Best Stroller. I love it. Read all the reviews – its all true. I use it everyday since the baby is born. He outgrew the flat pram quickly, but the chair fully reclines for sleep. Best part- no bending over to see baby, and sitting at the table. For Miami Beach, Lincoln Rd. outdoor cafes, its a must.

  21. GRAMMY babysits grandson 3 days week on April 28th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Okay I’m telling you I have had them all and this is the mercedes stroller. First of all the reason I wanted this was I did not want my grandbaby riding low to ground where I could not see him, nor could he see me, well this buggy is not only cute as a bug it handles like a jet, I stroll him around the house in this and he watches everything I do, and he is so happy, it has been a life saver for my back. I have nothing bad to say about this stroller only beware people follow you everywhere we go wanting to know where to buy this, high quality period!!!!!!!

  22. Trish the city mom on May 14th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I totally agree with the comment from city mom below me. As a first time mother i wanted what was best and most expenisve for my baby and I fell in love with the stokke online. I ordered it and I loved at the beginning but when I had my baby I realized that it was a rough ride, since I live in the city of New York. It’s too bulky and the “storage bag” is a joke, I was thrilled to go to the mall with my baby for the first time but then I realized where the heck am i going to put my bags?! So I bought my stokke back and bought a bugaboo, its just as cute and modern, has more storage and is a smoother ride, also you save a couple more bucks. =]

  23. Char on June 3rd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I just cann’t begin to tell u how much i love this stroller, I call it the The BMW, Mercedes, etc.

    Everywhere I go people want to know where I got it from and who’s the lucky baby. This stroller is easy to take apart and put up, But what I like the most is that i can stand up and change my baby without having to bend over because of the height.

    The rain cover fits snug on the stroller and does not hang loose like the other one. However i must say its a pretty penny but worth the money.

    I gave it a lot of thought before I brought this stroller and I cann’t be more happier that i made
    a great choice. So go out and get one if u have not already.

  24. mommy is addicted to strollers on June 4th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    dont waste your money !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    buy a bugaboo cameleon,its the best,i have had all the high end strollers out there..and the bugaboo is the best….of the best out here….
    the stokke is veryyyyyyyyyyyyyy heavy/bulky/odd to use….the bugaboo has everything a mom needs for the baby/child and it is a breeze to stroll around compared to this..
    yes its cute and modern but if you want the best for your baby/child…dont buy this stroller…

  25. gigi on June 10th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    its the best ever weights lighter then the bugaboo

  26. busy mom of 2 on July 10th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I had the Peg Perego Pliko with my 1st child and was very happy with it. And then came along baby #2 and we needed a 2nd stroller. Shopped around and online and was at first impressed with the Stokke Xplory. We loved the fact that the baby can sit high and away from car fumes and dirt(both of us being pediatric pulmonologists). However, there’s a difference between test driving this stroller(when baby is not sitting in it) and daily usage. The stroller is bulky and heavy: it eats up the trunk of our sedan and is too heavy to lift into the trunk of our SUV!! While baby sits high in the stroller, this comes with a stability issue especially when baby is in the rear facing position/carriage, a matter of simple physics. I never felt my precious baby was safe suspended in the air in the rear-facing position. The fact that it can double as a high chair is nice (put in mind that you can’t use this feature when baby is rear-facing, you’ll put the stroller next to you like any other stroller except baby will be higher). This stroller is very eye catching and screams “look at me”. Expect lots of people looking at the stroller and even asking questions or commenting. I guess people are in denial that this stroller doesn’t worth the extra money. Most buy it as a status indicator, just read the reviews (even though they don’t admit it, this stroller is not better than others). It also lacks the convenience features of cup holders, bumper tray for baby, real basket,… Eventually, I put my infant in the Pliko that felt so much safer for a newborn and used the Xplory for my toddler in the forward facing position until I bought a second Pliko. My brother wanted a Stokke badly and after passing it to him and using it for a short while he gave it back after buying a Pliko. If I had to do it again I will never buy the Stokke: Higher is not Better as the manufacturer claims!! The concept is nice but needs major redesign to make it more stable and less expensive. I wish I had returned my Stokke early on instead of having close to [$] collecting dust in my basement.

  27. Nicole on July 16th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is great if you want to stand out but it just doesn’t work for the everyday mom, at least not this mom. Testing this stroller in the store doesn’t show how unstable it is to actually have a baby in it while walking the pavement! Plus you can only reverse the seat by removing the whole seat part manually (try doing this with a 23lb 8 month old in it!). This stroller is very heavy, IMPOSSIBLE to take on the NYC subways and VERY bulky when folded, it takes up our entire trunk space! The basket under the seat may just as well not be there being that it can hardly hold anything![…]We switched it for the bugaboo frog which has the same problem with it being heavy and bulky but the frog does fold more flat and you can move the handle bars instead of having to remove the entire seat to reverse seating. The under seat basket is slightly bigger, big enough to hold my diaper bag and a few toys and is seated lower to offer a more stable ride.The truth is knowing what I know now, I would recommend buying the Babyjogger city mini instead of the Stokke or Bugaboo. It isn’t as cute as they are but it is light weight, only 15 lbs, TRUE one hand fold, compact, has a large extended canopy to cover child completely from rain or shine and large under seat basket. You will have to buy all the accessories ie parent cup holder, parent tray, belly bar, rain cover etc…ALL separately, but it will still be about $400 cheaper.

  28. New Mom on December 31st, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Exceptional stroller. Smooth ride for the baby. It really is a head turner, and very functional too. I love it and im glad i bought it.

  29. Jessica on February 16th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    ITS A GREAT STROLLER! im a first mom, but i have 5 brothers and nothing compares to thissss!! Its awesomeee, works everywhere, a lil bulky its ok, but it worth it!!!

  30. M.T.V. Mommy on February 18th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I absolutely love the stroller. I always wanted the best for my child and this is the best. The height is perfect never had to bend down to put my child in. I like the fact that my daughter is the same height as everyone else, she even looks down at the children in those bugaboo strollers. As for it being bulky, ITS A STROLLER! Very easy to use once you get the hang of it. Very Stylish, I can’t say how many compliments I get on it on a day to day basis. Money well spent.

  31. Sokke Fan on March 1st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Yes, this stroller is great for many reasons. It sits up very high, rides very smooth. very stylish, etc. You can’t compare a Stokke to any other stroller. I won’t mention any brands but, sit a stokke next to any stroller on the market it can’t compare. After pushing a Stokke, Trust me you wouldn’t want to go back to anything else. It’s one of a kind.It’s something special.It’s worth the money.I love, how you can mix and match the fabric.Not to mention the rain cover and fabric cover, like no other. I also suggest the carry cot. Great for infants. It comes with a cute fleece blanket. I can go on and on about this stroller.Im gonna end by saying JUST WONDERFUL>>>>>>>>>

  32. Tara the stroller obsessed on May 8th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I really feel like people don’t understand this stroller. It is made for the city. Yes, it’s heavy, but not that heavy. I put it in my car just fine and it takes less than 1 min to put it in and take it out (yes I’ve timed it). The weight is reduced by using automobile grade plastic produced by Audi.

    OH and the tires! They have air bubbles and not inner-tubes so will never get a flat like the bugaboo will.

    It is a dream in the subway. It has a stair feature to make it work like a UPS 2-wheeled hand truck on stairs making it so even this 5-2 wimp can take it up several flights by myself. If you compare the footprint of this stroller to any other in it’s category (full sized) it is smaller than all of them. This makes navigating busy streets a dream.

    Now for the stability. I read the reviews, and quite frankly am astonished at people’s perceptions. This stroller is extremely stable due to it’s central spine design with the weight distributed to the center of the wheelbase. It is, in fact, basic physics as one person said, however their argument was incorrect. My son is now 2 and after 18 flights, countless subway rides, 6 car trips, and my mom’s huge playful dogs, this stroller has not only never tipped, but has never failed.

    If you are the type that needs a cup holder do not buy this stroller.

    If you’re busy in the city and take your child everywhere, than this is the stroller for you. Most moms I know have 2-3 strollers, I have one and have spent less overall.

  33. mom on June 13th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I don’t understand people complaining about how heavy and big this stroller is. Yes there are much lighter ones out there but they don’t compare in quality. And most importantly they don’t allow your baby or toddler to see whats going on around them. In any other stroller whether “high end” or not your child can only see knees. Think about a day at the park, zoo, or even walking around the mall… If you have any other stroller how many times would you take your kid out and hold them so that they can look around??? So is it really a big deal to carry the 27lb stroller for the 2 sec it takes to lift into the trunk? And its a high chair!!! Bottom line…in my opinion if you are going to spend the money on a high end stroller..get this one!

    Other advantages – no need to carry a air
    pump, nothing to assemble, large canopy, large bag that attaches and removes from stroller, easily go up stairs/escalator.

  34. City Girl on July 23rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I absolutely LOVE everything about this stroller!!! I have it in black 🙂 Let me tell you, I’ve researched, in detail, every stroller out there, from Peg Perego to Bugaboo (even tried them out at the store) & there is nothing that compares to this one! It’s got it all: style, practicality, ease of use, etc. etc… It has a very smooth ride, is surprisingly lightweight, has the convenience of the bassinet (which is like a moving bed for baby (very helpful!!), easy to fold & folds compactly, extremely easy to maneuver.. I can’t say enough about it. For those that complain it’s bulky (have you seen the Peregos?!), they’re only fooled by Stokke’s height, which is adjustable, btw. It’s quite compact, actually, & can fit through the tightest spaces. The height, moreover, if placed at the highest setting, is actually one of the best features of this stroller, as it keeps baby away from curious dogs & exhaust from cars. The Bugaboo, on the other hand, is the exact opposite, as it rides very low to the ground. Not very good if you worry about cleanliness, which I imagine every mother would…
    I also have to agree with just about everyone, the Stokke is a real “head-turner”. Whenever I take it out, I hear whispers around me: “cool stroller,” “gorgeous carriage,” “wow!”. It’s simply the best around & I thoroughly enjoy being the driver behind this ride!

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