24 Cool and Convenient Strollers

Strollers are now more convenient, better looking, and (gasp!) even less expensive. Here, the best of the best.

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Light and Bright

Michael Kraus

Light and Bright

At only 8.3 pounds, UPPAbaby's G-Lite, shown in Caleigh, is the lightest full-size umbrella stroller we know of (6 months and up, $120).

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Take a Journey

Michael Kraus

Take a Journey

Evenflo's Journey Premier travel system, in a pattern called Clairmont, comes with an infant car seat; the stroller can be pushed and folded with one hand (newborn and up, $140).

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Sport Star

Michael Kraus

Sport Star

Graco's best-selling Quattro Tour now has this Sport version, shown in Laguna Green, with spring suspension and a rounded frame (newborn and up, $190).

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Safety First

Michael Kraus

Safety First

The Safety 1st PlaySafe Travel System, in a pattern called Pond Pals, includes a stroller boasting the biggest basket in the industry plus an infant car seat (newborn and up, $130).

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Get the Look

Michael Kraus

Get the Look

Willing to pay for a style statement? Be the preppy parent pushing Maclaren's LaCoste Ryder, sold with extras such as a sun hat (3 months and up, $400).

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Cute and Convenient

Michael Kraus

Cute and Convenient

The Onyx stroller by Simmons has a snazzy frame for a great price and can hold some Graco car seats (newborn and up, $150).

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Cool and Cheap

Michael Kraus

Cool and Cheap

Looking for the least expensive umbrella stroller that's still got style? Evenflo's XSport costs as little as a box of diapers (6 months and up, $30).

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A Sporty Number

Michael Kraus

A Sporty Number

The big wheels on the Phil & Teds Sport make for a smooth ride. Add the doubles kit, and it takes two (newborn and up, $400 for stroller, $90 for extra seat).

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Amazing Extras

Michael Kraus

Amazing Extras

If you're willing to pay for plush padding and extras such as a cup holder and rain cover, we adore Inglesina's Zippy, shown in Rubino -- it's also got a very easy fold (newborn and up, $350).

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Internet Sensation

Michael Kraus

Internet Sensation

See the BOB Revolution (newborn and up if you use a car-seat attachment, $360) in action in a jazzy video; search YouTube.com for "I am mom."

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Double the Fun

Michael Kraus

Double the Fun

Baby Jogger's easy-to-maneuver Double City Mini is smaller than any other double jogger out there, and it's surprisingly simple to fold (newborn and up if you use a car-seat attachment, $350).

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Snug as a Bug

Michael Kraus

Snug as a Bug

Graco's Stylus Travel System, shown in the Wyndham pattern, includes the well-loved SnugRide car seat along with a stroller (newborn and up, $200).

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Back to the Future

Michael Kraus

Back to the Future

Quinny's Zapp, a futuristic-looking stroller, is easy to push and turn (6 months and up, $200).

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Small but Sturdy

Michael Kraus

Small but Sturdy

Graco's sporty little Ipo, in a color called Gaia, holds a child up to 50 pounds (6 months and up, $90).

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Fold and Go

Michael Kraus

Fold and Go

Combi's Flare, in Mandarin, folds in half and then in half again, making it a cinch to carry and store -- and it's ridiculously affordable (6 months and up, $70).

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Have a Seat

Michael Kraus

Have a Seat

Chicco's sturdy Trevi, in their Extreme color, can carry their highly rated Keyfit "30" car seat (newborn and up, $130).

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Two for One

Michael Kraus

Two for One

Joovy's Groove 2 offers huge, shady canopies and a slim fold (6 months and up, $330).

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High Rise

Courtesy of Stokke

High Rise

The Stokke Xplory lets baby ride where he can see your face and has one of the best rain shields we've tried (newborn and up, $1,099.99).

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Quick Change

Quick Change

The price is high, but the Bugaboo Cameleon comes with a huge bassinet, stand-alone seat, and the base (which can also hold a car seat), all available in many hip colors (newborn and up, $899.99).

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Busy Bee

Busy Bee

The Bugaboo Bee also has the company's signature maneuverability in a smaller, more traditional stroller (newborn and up, $530).

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Smooth Ride

Courtesy of Mutsy

Smooth Ride

The Mutsy 4Rider "Next" Cargo system can have many different looks, and its pneumatic tires deliver a smooth ride even on uneven surfaces such as sand (newborn and up, $760).

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Futuristic and Functional

Courtesy of Quinny

Futuristic and Functional

The lightweight Quinny Buzz folds and unfolds easily, making it a great choice if you travel often (approximately 6 months and up, $550).

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Smart System

Courtesy of Orbit

Smart System

The Orbit's car seat goes seamlessly from its base in your car to the base of the stroller without jostling baby (newborn and up, $899).

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Work of Art

Courtesy of Silver Cross Balmoral

Work of Art

The classic Silver Cross Balmoral Baby Stroller has held the princes and princesses of England -- as the price indicates, it's a rolling work of art (newborn and up, $2,499).



 

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