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    17 Of The Best Baby Strollers You Can Get On Amazon

    They see you strollin', they hatin'.

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    1. A travel system so you only have to make one purchase, but you get everything you need to take your baby anywhere.

    This travel system comes with a stroller, an infant car seat, a car seat base, and a car seat adaptor. It's lighter than most travel systems, at 28 lbs. Plus, the three wheels make it easy to navigate any crowded street.

    Promising review: "I'm absolutely in love! This is our fourth baby, but it's the first time we really "splurged" on a travel system. This thing is amazing! It's heavenly compared to the bulky, heavy, and hard to fold strollers we had before. I love the huge canopy, and the basket is a great size. The car seat is easy to carry by the handle without the canopy getting in the way and the shape of the other part of the handle makes carrying it hooked over your arm comfy too. I don't have any complaints!" —Lauren Causey

    Price: $297.49+ (available in five colors)

    2. This stroller, which only weighs 14 lbs. and comes with a strap to easily schlep it up any flight of stairs — ideal for taller parents, who won't have to slouch to push it.

    This stroller carries newborns to kids up to 55 lbs. It also provides sun protection with a UPF 50 canopy and an almost flat recline, which is perfect for nap time.

    Promising review: "We first bought a different stroller but ended up returning it because my husband and I were constantly hunched over and ended up getting backaches from it (I'm 5'7" and he's 6'1"). The handle just wasn't high enough for us. Also our 3-year-old is pretty tall for his age and the seat was just too small for him. So, I did my research and the JOOVY has actually been recommended as the stroller to get for tall people or just simply anyone who feels that the other lightweight strollers out there just don't have a high enough handle. Using it is so much more comfortable for my husband and I, and my son enjoys sitting in it much more." —Amazon Customer

    Price: $115.51+ (available in four colors)

    3. An umbrella stroller to take with you on your next outing to the ballpark, or regular park, or basically anywhere.

    The backrest has four positions you can adjust to fit your child as he grows.

    Promising review: "I love this stroller! I was looking for something lightweight, but not quite as small as your typical umbrella stroller. This is perfect. It's easy to handle, fold, and lift. I love the canopy and storage underneath too. I bought this for my 3-year-old to use at Disney, and it’s exactly what I was looking for!" —Jill

    Price: $97.98+ (available in blue, red, and gray)

    4. A stroller so lightweight and compact it can fit in the overhead bin on a plane, so you'd better start planning your next family vacation right now.,

    It folds up so small that it was awarded a Guinness World Record in 2014 for most compact stroller. It can hold kids up to 55 lbs. and only weighs 9.5 lbs.

    Promising review: "'What stroller is that?' The daily question we got during our recent trip to NYC. Great for folding quickly to get down subway stairs and on the plane. We didn't have to check it at the gate. I highly recommend it!!! My son is is 2 years old and big for his age (41 inches and 37 pounds). He fit comfortably in this stroller and even fell asleep a few times in the middle of the NYC hustle and bustle! Oh and my husband LOVED it too!" —Jenna

    Price: $160.85+ (available in six colors)

    5. A stroller you'll ~flip~ for because you can position your baby to face you or look out onto the world with a simple switch.

    Promising review: "I was looking for a lightweight good quality stroller for under $100, but I didn’t want an umbrella stroller or a flimsy stroller. I feel this stroller is very comparable to other strollers that are more expensive. It has a pretty decent sun shade to protect my baby from the sun, adequate storage, and has a comfortable and well-cushioned seat that reclines so that she can take a nap. My baby liked the stroller and was in it for hours at a parade and 4th of July celebration without any problems. I felt the wheels rolled smoothly and it was easy to push and turn the stroller. I used it on indoor concrete floors, streets, sidewalks, and gravel and it did fine on all of those types of ground. This was fairly easy to assemble, and is easy to fold and unfold. I don’t normally write reviews but decided to with this product since it appears to be somewhat new on the market and lacking in reviews. All in all, I highly recommend this stroller for someone wanting a good quality lightweight stroller without breaking the bank." —Thad&Amber

    Price: $99.99

    6. A travel system that holds a child up to 50 lbs., so you can use it to bring your baby home from the hospital up until it's time for them to finally walk everywhere on their own.

    Promising review: "I love this combo stroller and car seat!! I was looking for a system that was sleek and not bulky and spent several months testing other products. I was originally going to get a jogger, but after I compared it to this particular model, I noted it wasn't as easy to maneuver, and as a mom of two, I needed a system that was safe and easy to use. The stroller is extremely easy to fold and the car seat connects easily. I would recommend this product to others." —ESR

    Price: $160.18+ (available in black and beige)

    7. A splurgeworthy, modern-looking stroller great for city dwellers because it has a rain, sun, and bug shield; a 180-degree recline; and shock-absorbing wheels for a smooth ride.

    Plus, the storage basket holds up to 30 lbs. You also don't need a car seat adaptor to connect the UPPABaby MESA Infant Car Seat.

    Promising review: "This stroller is worth every penny. After debating about investing in this stroller, we are so happy we did. Let's face it, the sleek look of it is a head-turner and one of the main reasons to buy. (Lightweight, ease of use, and smooth rolling action are also a bonus.) I get so many compliments on this stroller from young to old alike. It is the Cadillac of strollers." —luvnlife

    Price: $476.99+ (available in five colors)

    8. A side-by-side double stroller that fits easily through doorframes and can hold two kids up to 50 lbs. each.

    Promising review: "We absolutely love this stroller! It is perfect for our infant and toddler! I have not found a door that I cannot fit through, it is super easy to maneuver, and it is lightweight and easy for me to fold and load up into our vehicle, as I am very petite. I love that I am able to lay both seats almost all of the way back so both children can nap. This is the perfect double stroller for our family, and I would definitely purchase this item again!" —Anonymous

    Price: $249.99 (available in black and red)

    9. A lightweight one where you get the best of both worlds, with all the features of a full-size in a compact stroller at only 11.8 lbs.

    Promising review: "I love this stroller! It is the perfect cross between a lightweight umbrella stroller and full-size stroller. It is tall enough to keep from stooping and has a decent-sized basket. The shade is actually pretty good at covering the baby. All of that is important, but add in the fact that it doesn't weigh a ton, and it's a winner." —Swparker

    Price: $62.99+ (available in red and slate)

    10. A jogging stroller with reflective panels so darkness doesn't doesn't stop your family from being active and safe.

    The front wheel locks to keep it straight when you run. You can unlock it to easily navigate a crowded area. It fits newborns to kids up to 75 lbs.

    Promising review: "I can't imagine going for a walk now without my BOB. It travels so easily over uneven sidewalks and off-road terrain. My favorite feature, though, is the adjustable handle. This allows my husband and I to set the handle at a comfortable height for both of us and avoid wrist strain. Worth every penny." —Sue

    Price: $359.99 (available in five colors and as just the stroller or a stroller bundle that includes a BOB handlebar console and tire pump accessories)

    11. A lightweight double stroller to make traveling with two kids a bit easier — until you have to entertain them on the plane.

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    Promising review: "Best purchase EVER. That's probably an exaggeration but you cannot beat the price and convenience of this stroller. We purchased matching double-stroller carseat sets and fancy joggers (each for hundreds) when our twins were newborns and they're both collecting dust. The other strollers are collecting dust, not the kids... Thought I ought to clarify. This stroller folds up to nearly nothing! Instead of filling the trunk with a few hundred dollars of the stroller, we can cram hundreds of groceries. We have owned this for 13 months, and the wheels and strap fasteners are still in great shape." —Kyle

    Price: $83.98+ (available in four colors)

    12. A convenience stroller with an extra-large storage area you can stuff with all the essentials (or basically everything you own).

    Promising review: "This stroller is PERFECT! I have had many different strollers and did a lot of research before deciding on this one, and I am so so pleased with it. I bought it mostly to use with my 4-month-old, but my 4-year-old fits perfectly in it too and loves it. The seat is huge and very comfortably padded. It has a very deep recline and is SO easy to adjust up and down! The canopy provides a lot of sun protection. The handles are nice and tall, so you don't have to hunch even if you're tall. It rides so smoothly. And the STORAGE!! I seriously believe it has more storage than any other stroller I've had. Even a big full size one. I love how easily my bag hangs on the handles and all the pockets and huge basket! It's a breeze to open and close too. Not a super-light stroller but definitely easier to maneuver than a big full size. I'm super happy with it and definitely recommend! You won't miss a full size stroller one bit!" —K&L

    Price: $99.99 (available in nine colors)

    13. A double stroller that will make life with twins or two kids close in age a breeze.

    This hold two children up to 40 lbs. each and can also hold an infant car seat. Plus, it has a lockable front wheels.

    Promising review: "This stroller is amazing! It folds up nicely and only slightly more bulky than my single stroller. The back part becomes a bassinet for newborns if your car seat doesn’t fit. It has cup holders galore and tons of basket space underneath. It was so easy to assemble. I love it, and it’s worth its weight in gold if you have two young ones!" —Kristen H. Washington

    Price: $126.99

    14. A travel system with a sleek look, which you can use six different ways for ultimate customization.,

    Promising review: "I get so many compliments on the color and style of this stroller. It was worth every penny. My baby is 7 months old, but I still use it in the bassinet style when she is taking a nap. When it’s forward facing, I can pull back the flap on top to keep an eye on her. The cup holder never stays upright but I don’t care much about that. I walk a lot so the bottom is great for storing three or four grocery bags with no problem. It’s easy to navigate with one hand. I also love the ease of just taking the stroller base and car seat if necessary. It’s wide for public transportation for those of you wondering, but it's perfect for all of my day-to-day strolling needs." —Amazon Customer

    Price: $279.99 (available in four colors)

    15. A simple stroller that you can easily connect to a car seat, weighs less than 20 lbs., and has built-in suspension so strolling over bumps won't wake up your baby.

    Promising Review: "I absolutely love this stroller. I take it for long walks. It's perfect for the zoo and running errands, and it's SO easy to close and open with one hand. I love how affordable it is, and it's lighter than most strollers. My stuff fits perfectly in the under carriage. The front tray can be removed, but my son loves it. It frees up my cup holder so he has access to his own drink and snacks. It's great." —JLu

    Price: $99.99+ (available in red and blue)

    16. Or this stroller that only takes a second to fold and has a removable seat to transform it to a frame that fits a car seat.,

    Promising review: "I love this stroller. It's very easy to maneuver, even with only one hand. It's quick to fold and unfold and light enough to load in the trunk one handed. I really like the removable seat. I currently have it out while my daughter is an infant. It has such a modern look." —Heidi Lively

    Price: $229.99

    17. A small umbrella stroller you can keep as an extra in your car or at Grandma and Grandpa's house because for this price you might as well buy two (or three or four).

    Promising Review: "We have two strollers, one that pairs with the click in car seat and now this one. I needed a smaller stroller that would fit in my VW bug. This one does fit, though not in the trunk but along the floor of the back seats. Yay! It's very light, has convenient cup and phone holders, and a basket on the bottom. It isn't a large basket like my other stroller has but it gets me by. No complaints, I love this stroller, well worth the fifty bucks!" —Jalissa P

    Price: $49.99 (available in black and red)

    Don't let this be you with a stroller that doesn't measure up to your greatness!


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