High end strollers have become all the rage in the last few years. They are the way of showing your status while shopping at the mall or out at the park with your friends. Years ago it was Silver Cross, now parents flock to the Bugaboo, Orbit, icandy and the newly introduced Mutsy.
All four strollers look basically the same with a removable bassinet and reversible handlebars, but each one has something that gives it the edge of the other.
The Mutsy Urban Rider offers a truly unique concept in steer ability; an articulated device that sits between the wheels and allows the front and rear wheels to move independently, so you can corner with ease and move around pedestrian traffic with the finesse of an F1 driver.
With the Urban Rider you can also convert the front wheels between small unidirectional wheels for manoeuver-ability and large air tires for that extra off road capability. Both are included as standard, as is a bassinet, a stroller seat, and cool clip on diaper bag.
The optional accessories are unique and all encompassing and include a footmuff, a Graco car seat adapter, a seat frame to create a rocker, a high chair/food tray, a step up board (for an older child to ride on) and a duoseat for a second child (not yet available in Canada).
The development of each Mutsy product involves devoting a great deal of attention to ergonomics and the safety of the child. For the welfare of your child it is important that the back and footrest of the seat are adjustable. It is important that the buggy seat be horizontal when your baby is sleeping. You can even adjust the depth of the Mutsy seat and mount the seat onto the frame facing either direction. It is very easy to adjust the height of the push bar.
Available at babyguru.com for $899 CAD
Labels: baby gear, Bugaboo, icandy, Mutsy, Orbit