Ready, carry, go! These two new strollers will get you out and about without slowing your roll. The Uppababy Minu and Oxo Tot Air are both compact, lightweight strollers big on handy features, including a carrying strap so you can tote them around when not in use. Perfect for buses, trains, airports, stairs and other tricky spots. Read on for all the details about these two awesome rides.
Oxo Tot Air Stroller
Oxo, the company known for its clever and comfort-focused kitchen products, has taken that ingenuity into the baby market. Their latest stroller, Air, launched in October and clocks in at only 11 pounds, a light weight that makes it easy to pick up and go.
The Air folds into a compact package, stands upright locked in place and is a snap to carry with the built-in strap. You’ll also love the 5-point safety harness, large storage basket, UPF 50 canopy with peek-a-boo window, and zippered pocket for your cell phone, keys, wallet, and more.
For babies starting at 6 months. Available in black, orchid purple and jade green, at oxo.com, $179.99.
There’s a new entry in UPPAbaby’s collection of stylish and highly functional strollers. The Minu, which launches in spring 2018, is 14.5 pounds and folds into a super tiny package. You’ll be amazed at how easily it folds and unfolds with just one hand so you have the other free for holding baby. Pop the folded stroller into your car trunk, or use the carry strap and sling it over your shoulder.
The seat reclines for napping on the go, there’s a large canopy with peek-a-boo window, and the large basket and parent pocket lets you bring along all your essentials. When folded, it stands upright for easy storage even in small or crowded spaces.
For babies starting at 3 months — or at birth with the company’s From Birth Kit. Available (in spring 2018) in black, charcoal, red and teal, at uppababy.com, $399-$429.
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— Eva Ingvarson Cerise