Baby Planet Snow Leopard Endangered Species Stroller Review

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Rating: 3.2 out of 5 (9 reviews)

The Endangered Species, Snow Leopard stroller, by Baby Planet, is among the first to take part in Baby Planet’s industry leading recycling program. When the Snow Leopard has outlived its life, Baby Planet will take it back and disassemble the stroller, so the parts can go to recycling centers and stay out of land fills. Additionally, with every sale, a donation is made to the Wildlife Conservation Society to help protect endangered species and the habitats they occupy. This stroller is the ultimate in comfort and style, perfectly balanced within a lightweight aluminum, ultra compact frame. Its sturdy construction will accommodate children from 1 month up to 55lbs and will hold up to all the challenges of your daily travel needs. The stability enhanced frame resists tipping, over other frame styles. Its distinctive style and tailoring keep it on the cutting edge of today’s modern strollers. In addition to its eye catching appearance, the Snow Leopard stroller also has a wide range of features typically found at a much higher retail. Items such as: angled ergo-fit handles, full canopy with both peek-a-boo window and sun/wind visor, parent cup holder that can attach to the right or left side, multi position reclining seat with adjustable leg support, a seating area fit for both young and old with easy-use 5-point harness, durable easy-roll wheels with full suspension and swivel locks, auto fold frame lock and oversized storage basket to fit all your needs.


  • Kooper Stroller, Compact Aluminum Buggy.
  • Modern New Style Super Compact Umbrella Fold Buggy.
  • Sleek New Aluminum Tubing, Quick Release Wheels plus two adult cup holders and zippered pocket.
  • Fabulous 1680 D fabric on Multilpe Reclining Position Seat with Two Mesh Pockets.
  • Extra large deluxe sun canopy with window, Storage basket and one step linked parking brake.

Additional Info





55 lbs

Light Weight



Sunshade,Cup Holder(s),Cargo Basket



20.7 pounds

37.0 x 10.7 x 10.5

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8 Reviews for “Baby Planet Snow Leopard Endangered Species Stroller Review”

  1. Victoria Lynn Leone on April 5th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This is my absolute most favorite stroller! I have gone through tons of strollers of all shapes and sizes and prices and this is my favorite. It’s stylish, durable, and I love it, love it, love it! I get compliments and inquires everytime I use it. Neutral color works for boy or girl…I have a boy. Lightweight and easy to manage for someone who is petite. However, I DO NOT recommend taking it somewhere like an amusement park or some place where you need to leave it unattended (mall merry-go-round) because I guarantee it will get stolen as mine did!

  2. NYMOM on November 2nd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This is the worst stroller. I wanted a light weight stroller for my 1 year old and I read really good reviews on this stroller. When I got it it looked great but when I took my son out on walks I noticed that the front wheels were not touching the ground all the time. It seemed to be getting hard to push around. […]

  3. Working Mom on November 8th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    After looking at several lightweight strollers we decided on this stroller. It is very well made and is easy to manuever. The only problem is that the handles aren’t long enough so our feet run into the wheels. If the handles would extend this stroller would be perfect.

  4. Carol- the first time mom on January 19th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Lightweight- plenty of storage room and really cute too!!!!

  5. Nicole on May 1st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I just sold our travel system. I bought this stroller. It is awesome. Super cute and easy to handle. It reclines all the way back as well as reclines all the way forward. It would have been handy to have a tray in front though. But this is an “umbrella stroller”.
    My 6 mo old son is very comfortable in it. Easy to fold and unfold. Easy to handle. Lightweight.
    They also have different Endangered Species animals to chose from.

  6. mom of one and one on the way on June 3rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I purchased this stroller because I am 5 months pregnant and wanted a light stroller for my 14 month boy. I use it for shopping and sometimes for walks around the neighborhood. I love that the stroller simply, looks cool. The umbrella is large enough to cover him in the hot AZ sun. It’s strapped in with velcro and I usually take it off the straps and put the ends over the handles to give him more umbrella coverage. I like that the seat reclines also. I don’t like that the ride isn’t as smooth as my large stroller. I wish the wheels were rubber or of some material that was more shock absorbant. It’s not tooo bad but it could be better.

  7. Nicole on July 30th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Ok so when I first started using this stroller, I wrote a rave review on it. Now 2 months later, Im 100% disappointed in the stroller. The right side handle foam has completely ripped. I emailed Baby Planet and their response was “use some steering wheel tape”. Im sorry, but for a [$] stroller, I shouldn’t have to use steering wheel tape. The lady informs me that there is no way to replace the handle. Of course, I no longer have the box, so I am unable to return it. I was under the impression that spending [$] would give me a fair amount of time before things started to fall apart. Note to other customers: Keep the box…for at least 90 days. And dont forget to stock up on steering wheel tape.

  8. Nicole78 on August 24th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    After a month of use one of the foam handles ripped. I contacted Baby Planet and their advice was to repair it with steering wheel tape…yes….lets tape the handle of a [$] stroller. So yesterday the foam fell off the handle all together. I tried contacting Baby Planet again, via email and phone….lucky enough their phone was disconnected and their web email was no longer working. I was able to converse with Babies R Us Returns. The situation has been taken care of. Its very unfortunate that a company who portrays themselves as helping others is unable to help anyone.