Strollers: $600 and up

ConsumerSearch reviews all types of strollers—full-featured, car seat (a.k.a. travel systems), umbrella, jogging and double. Strollers can be sorted by price, brand or type. Trying to decide between a few? We make it easy to compare models’ specifications, such as safety and convenience features, side-by-side. The best strollers in each category are named based on expert and user reviews, where each is evaluated for maneuverability, durability, features, and price, in addition to the comfort of the most precious passenger.
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Baby Jogger City Select

Reviewed December 2012
Baby Jogger City Select
*Est. $655
Pros:
  • Accommodates two bassinets or car seats
  • 16 seating configurations with optional accessories
  • Huge, easy-access storage basket
Cons:
  • Heavy to push
  • Small seats
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UppaBaby Vista

Reviewed December 2012
UppaBaby Vista
*Est. $730
Pros:
  • Includes bassinet
  • Large, adjustable canopy
  • Several configurations with second seat
Cons:
  • Second seat is easily outgrown
  • Can't fold with second seat attached
  • No cup holder
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Orbit Baby G2

Reviewed December 2012
Orbit Baby G2
*Est. $940
Pros:
  • Sleek, modern style
  • 360-degree swiveling seat
  • Grows with child
Cons:
  • Impractical storage
  • Clunky for air travel
  • Costly add-ons
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Bugaboo Donkey Duo

Reviewed December 2012
Bugaboo Donkey Duo
*Est. $1,500
Pros:
  • Can carry twins or different-aged children
  • Highly maneuverable
  • Narrower than most doubles
Cons:
  • Product recall issued
  • Difficult to fold
  • Heavy and large when folded
  • Seats do not accommodate newborns or older children
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4moms Origami

Reviewed November 2012
4moms Origami Stroller
*Est. $850
A tech-savvy parent's dream
Pros:
  • Innovative, compact electronic fold
  • Unique technologies
  • Space-age design
Cons:
  • Only suitable from 6 months
  • Seat barely reclines
  • Very heavy

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