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Category Archives: Strollers

Too much of a good thing= very good deals

2005 was a very good year for Mountain Buggy. In spite of a minor recall, we’ve seen the popularity of these all-terrain strollers soar. The success is well-deserved. The strollers are sturdy, well-constructed and phenomenally smooth to handle. In an effort to meet the incredible demand, Mountain Buggy ended the year slightly overstocked. Better than the alternative, for sure, and ... Read More »

Rock Star Baby

I want to open with a disclaimer. We do not sell the bugaboo strollers. Many people assume that we choose not to carry them because we don’t like them. This is not true. At this time, there are apparently too many other retailers in our area. We hope to someday offer this line, but in the meantime we remain admirers ... Read More »

Make room for Maclaren

No, it isn’t a newfangled shopping cart. This is Maclaren’s brand new entry into the thriving market for car seat-carrying stroller frames. These popular wheeled frames are designed to secure an infant car seat, so you can enjoy the benefits of a travel system without needing to suffer the often dire shortcomings of travel system strollers once your child has ... Read More »

Zippy arrives amidst baseless concerns

We received our first shipment of 2006 Inglesina Zippy strollers today. Aside from color, there aren’t many changes to the 2006 version, but these strollers are the first to capitalize on the new partnership between Inglesina and Compass, a relatively new car seat manufacturer. The Compass infant car seat will come in fabrics that coordinate with some of the Zippy ... Read More »

2006 Stroller Alert! (speaking of Maclaren)

Today we received our first 2006 strollers – 4 new Maclaren Techno XT colors, Citrus Lime, Tangerine, Sky Blue and Storm Grey. They are all available on our website. Yes, that means the 2005 stock will go on sale, probably tomorrow. Check back for details.Also, we had an update from Mountian Buggy that the 2006 strollers will ship near the ... Read More »

Pretty in Pink

The Maclaren Volo has been a bit hard to come by these days. This best-selling entry-level Maclaren is a popular model, thanks to its featherweight size, its sharp styling and its outstanding handling. Last December, Maclaren had plenty of Volos – too many, actually. This year I guess they overcompensated, so we haven’t received Volos since the end of the ... Read More »

Built for babies!

No, you’re not imagining it. Babies are really in right now. There are so many smart, new products on the market designed to make life easier (and more chic) for parents. Take, for example, the new baby line from Built NY, a company that made a splash with their BYOBag, a neoprene bag perfectly sized for a wine bottle (or ... Read More »

Double the fun

Well, well, well. Look who just joined the party. After seeing a steady rise in popularity with the e3 single buggy, we’ve just received our first shipment of the new e3 Twin. The body style is reminiscent of the Mountain Buggy Urban Double or the Valco Twin Runabout, with two front swivel wheels. It pushes beautifully and looks sharp, with ... Read More »

i’coo Update

I’ve had a chance to spend some time with the Pico 4, and I wanted to share some impressions. First of all, it’s definitely a sweet looking ride. We’ve received it in four colors, Navy, Blue-Green, Pink-Orange, and Brown-Orange. All colors are nice — rich and warm. Assembly was a piece of cake; it came out of the box basically ... Read More »

The i’coo has landed

About a year ago, we were getting all pumped up for our first shipment of the formidable i’coo Pico 4, a stroller so cool looking, it will actually stop you in your tracks. But the US distributors bagged their plans, and we mourned and eventually accepted that the Pico wasn’t destined for these shores. Then, the manufacturer of the new ... Read More »