When it comes to strollers my eye always goes back to one brand – Zooper. I’ve told you about Zooper in the past and I’m excited I have the chance to tell you about them again.
Zooper is a designer and manufacturer of baby products that are “More than you think”! Their products are made to pass and exceed both US and European safety standards. They offer 3 élite style of strollers along with 4 everyday strollers which includes a side-by-side double stroller. They also carry a bouncer, hook on high chair, as well as a full standing and folding high chair.
I was given the chance to review the Waltz in Wild Peach which is full loaded with all the features you want and ask for in a stroller. When you buy a Waltz from Zooper you will get a stroller that is just 18 pounds with a carry handle on the side. Opening and closing the stroller is super easy and takes literally 2 seconds flat by squeezing the button on the handle and grabbing the lever on the side of the stroller. I love that when the stroller is closed it stands upright on it’s own legs so there’s no need to lean it against something.
This stroller is made for a newborn all the way up to a 55 pounds. Makenna is about 40 pounds and although she hasn’t hit the weight limit the stroller is still a bit hard to steer easily, but with Kendall, my 32 pound daughter, it’s is definitely a lot easier and I can even steer the stroller with just one hand. The front wheels swivel which is just one more thing I love.
One thing that is annoying to me on a stroller is the recline feature. There is never an easy way to go about reclining your sleeping baby that doesn’t disturb them. Well, Zooper fixed that by creating a one-handed lift up handle so you can lay the seat back or upright with ease. Also, this is a completely recline flat stroller to give your child a peaceful sleep
So what else do you get when you buy the stroller? And no, you don’t have to buy the following items separately… they are all included with the stroller!
- All purpose canopy
- Foot Muff (Sleeping bag) attachment
- sun shade
- snack tray
- adult cup holder
- HUGE under storage basket
- 2 storage pockets
- infant safety enclosure
- 4 independent wheel suspension
- Newborn head support
- adjustable foot rest
- five-point safety harness
Let’s talk about some of my favorite features because that’s the most exciting part! The all-purpose canopy combines a UV net, rain cover, and sunshade into one single unit. You will get all the functions to shield your baby from rain, sunlight, and UV ray, saving you the trouble of bringing and setting up attachments. The canopy is definitely in the “over-sized” category in the regular position. If your child need even more protection from the sun you can unzip the canopy to reveal the sun shade which will extend the canopy all the way down to the front bar/snack tray! Lastly there is another zipper area on the back of the canopy that reveals a mesh netting which is handy for increased airflow and so you can keep on eye on your child.The amount of space to store everything for you and baby that is available in this stroller is just ridiculous. There is so much room for everything that we don’t even use it all. The basket underneath is huge and has zippers on either side so if baby is laying down you can still get into the basket area by unzipping and grabbing things out from the side. There are also two pockets on the back of the canopy area which are great for your phone, keys and to get toys quickly.Lastly, I love that you can push the footrest up to make a bassinet style stroller. With the lay flat recline and the infant safety enclosure effectively prevents your baby from sliding out of the stroller.
There really is too much to talk about when it comes to the Waltz and Zooper strollers in general. The Waltz retails for about $299 and it’s well worth every penny. Zooper is so awesome that they will give one of my readers their easy to use Hook-On Chair
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