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Shop Strolleria for the best Black Friday stroller deals of 2018! Strolleria offers free shipping, no sales tax and a price match guarantee. Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, Strolleria is a retailer of high-quality baby gear products from brands including UPPAbaby, Nuna, Bugaboo, Stokke, Baby Jogger and more.
A stroller is one of the most important and most expensive purchases every new parent makes, so Black Friday is the perfect time to save on your stroller! The stroller market is larger than ever, with dozens of brands manufacturing strollers with features such as reversible seats, compact folds and car seat compatibility.
Many parents today are looking for a travel system, which consists of a stroller and infant car seat that can be used together. While some travel systems are sold as a one-box package, most strollers and car seats are sold separately, allowing families to mix and match their favorite options for a custom travel system. Infant car seats attach to the stroller one of two ways. Higher-quality strollers have a seat that's removable and reversible, which allows you to replace the toddler seat with an infant car seat. With less-expensive strollers, the seat is not removable, and the infant car seat is placed on top of the existing stroller seat. Both options are safe and convenient for families who are frequently out and about and don't want to take their sleeping baby out of the infant car seat to buckle her into a stroller. In some cases, especially when stroller and car seat brands are mixed and matched, the purchase of a car seat adapter is necessary to facilitate the connection between the two products.
Families today will notice numerous types of strollers on the market. One category that's emerging in popularity is the convertible stroller, the stroller that can expand from a single stroller to be a double stroller for two children later on. In most cases, these strollers are sold with one seat, and parents purchase the second seat separately when the time comes. Convertible strollers offer great versatility and are the only strollers some families ever buy. Most families today prefer a convertible stroller to a side-by-side double stroller for siblings of different ages. When your older child no longer wants to sit in the double stroller, simply turn the stroller back into a single. Popular convertible strollers include the UPPAbaby VISTA, Baby Jogger City Select, Baby Jogger City Select Lux and the Austlen Entourage.
Of course, many parents opt for only a single stroller, and they have plenty of options. To evaluate a stroller, parents should consider their lifestyle, budget and style. Parents who are only walking in a suburban neighborhood may prefer a stroller with smaller wheels, while families who will be off-roading on grass, gravel and dirt should look for larger, all-terrain wheels that will be smoother over bumps and uneven surfaces. Either way, parents should picture their daily lifestyle and ease of use when choosing a stroller. Make sure you're comfortable with folding the stroller and attaching your infant car seats, activities you'll be doing on a daily basis (while holding a crying baby!) Families should also evaluate features like a sun canopy, basket, fabrics and warranty period. All strollers sold by Strolleria have at least a 1-year warranty honored by the manufacturer, whereas some high-end brands such as UPPAbaby, Bugaboo and Stokke provide a 3-year warranty.
Some families are looking to take baby along for the ride during a jog. Only jogging strollers such as the BOB Revolution Flex and Thule Urban Glide are considered safe for jogging, as they have features like air-filled tires and all-wheel suspension that can handle the shock that comes with running. Jogging strollers can also be used for everyday activities, but their size and bulkiness makes them more difficult for parents to lift and store in their cars.
In addition to their everyday stroller, many parents also choose a lightweight stroller, also called an umbrella stroller, for travels and quick errands. Umbrella strollers are much lighter and more compact, making them more convenient to take to an airplane or stash in the trunk. The downside of umbrella strollers is that many of them can't be used with infants, as some don't recline at all and others only have a partial recline. Umbrella strollers have smaller, plastic wheels that makes them less sturdy and smooth, and the storage space is limited. Most parents won't use an umbrella stroller on a daily basis but pick one up for the times when traveling light is more important than a smooth and comfortable ride. Popular lightweight strollers include the UPPAbaby G-LUXE, UPPAbaby G-LITE and Nuna Pepp. Some brands produce high-quality lightweight strollers with more features, such as all-wheel suspension and car seat compatibility. These strollers, such as the Babyzen Yoyo and Bugaboo Bee5, are the popular everyday stroller choice for parents living in cities and tight spaces.
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