There are different types of baby strollers and choosing the best one for you depends on a lot of factors such as the price, durability, convenience and safety. The first and foremost factor in choosing a baby stroller is always safety: make sure you’re not compromising on safety for price because compromising on safety can cause long-term consequences.
Types Of Baby Strollers Available:
- Lightweight Strollers
- Multipurpose Strollers
- Travel Strollers
- Jogging Strollers
- Active Strollers
Types Of Baby Strollers For The Travelling Type
There are quite a few well-built strollers that are extremely durable and safe for your child but these strollers are usually heavy and inconvenient for people that travel regularly with their children. If you travel a lot, consider buying a lightweight stroller that’s designed exclusively for traveling so that it is convenient for you to fold and keep the stroller in the car. Another type of baby stroller that you should consider are the ones that come with detachable seats that also doubles up as car seats which are also called travel systems. These strollers are extremely comfortable because you can easily fold and keep the frame in your trunk, while the seat doubles up as car seat. A jogging stroller should ideally have large wheels to keep up with the pace of your jogging.
Wheels And Handling Of Strollers – Why Are These Important?
All supermarkets that usually display a wide range of strollers have parents actually test driving them on the floor before buying one. However, many parents fail to note one simple fact: baby strollers handle really well without weight, but to know its true side, you need to wide them with your baby or some serious weight in it. This is the only way to inspect the handling of a baby stroller. The most common culprits of bad handling are the wheels that are designed poorly. Some wheels simply do not have enough grip capacity to roll smoothly on polished floors, while others are too small to absorb any shocks.
Larger wheels are for providing better comfort and easier handling, which is good for both the baby and parents because babies can create a fuss if their stroller doesn’t provide an adequate comfort, while a bad handling stroller can cause joint pain and other discomforts for the parent. Most strollers come with a free rotation setup for its front wheels so that it’s very easy to take a sharp turn. You will end up with multiple kicks on wheels and constant lifting if the wheels do not turn smoothly.
Fabrics, Inner Lining And Fit
Comfort is another important factor that you should not compromise when buying baby strollers because your baby should feel comfortable spending a few hours in it. Make sure that the stroller you choose comes with comfortable cushioning and ensures perfect fit so that she will feel safe in it. Fit is also important to ensure the safety of the child.