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Full-Featured Strollers: Ratings of Sources

Total of 7 Sources
1. Baby Bargains
2013, 10th edition
Strollers
by Denise and Alan Fields
Our Assessment"Baby Bargains" is a popular and well-organized guide to baby-related products. Authors Denise and Alan Fields conduct hands-on testing as well as parent, manufacturer and retailer interviews. Their section on strollers is detailed and offers a wealth of useful information. All of the brands and strollers mentioned in this report have been thoroughly reviewed and rated against dozens of other popular strollers.
2. BabyGearLab
Dec. 8, 2013
The Best Strollers of 2014 Review
by Juliet Spurrier, MD
Our AssessmentTwenty-one full sized strollers are given thorough reviews, including hands-on testing by BabyGearLab staffers. Each stroller is given an overall score, as well as weighted rankings for ease of use, maneuverability, safety, quality/durability, weight and size, and ease of setup. Reviews include photos and pros and cons. Features are exhaustively detailed. The strollers are ranked against one another and are compared and contrasted.
3. BabyGizmo.com
Jan. 17, 2013
We Love, You Need: The Best Baby Strollers of 2012. Which One Should You Buy?
by Kate Bayless
Our AssessmentKate Bayless, prolific baby products blogger, rounds up 20 of the top strollers of 2012. Reviews are thorough and hands-on, with Bayless providing the expert opinion and a parent tester weighing in after testing it with one or more children. Each stroller is given a rating of up to 5 stars. The reviews include pros and cons, and suggest lifestyle fits for each stroller.
4. Amazon.com
As of January 2014
Strollers
by Contributors to Amazon.com
Our AssessmentOnce you've narrowed your choice down to a few models, sites such as Amazon.com are worth a visit to find honest owner ratings. This is a great site for cross-checking professional reviews. The best uses of consumer review sites such as Amazon.com are in discovering how the product holds up over time, how responsive the manufacturer is to customer service issues, and if the stroller performs as advertised.
5. Mumsnet.com
As of January 2014
Strollers and Buggies
by Contributors to Mumsnet.net
Our AssessmentMumsnet is a U.K.-based parenting site that features hundreds of reviews of popular strollers, as well as forums to discuss baby products. This is a particularly good resource for higher-end strollers that are often made in Europe, which have many more customers and users in the U.K. than in the U.S. Reviews are extremely detailed and, like Amazon.com, ratings are on a five-star scale.
6. BabyGizmo.com
As of January 2014
Strollers
by Hollie Schultz
Our AssessmentBabyGizmo.com's video reviews, featuring founder Hollie Schultz, are widely viewed and respected for their attention to detail, including demonstrations of folding and unfolding, examples of children of different sizes in the stroller to show fit, discussion of lifestyle factors such as jogging or all-terrain capabilities, and reviews of storage and other amenities.
7. New York Family
Not dated
The Wheel Deal: Our Annual Guide to the Best Strollers of 2013
by Editors of NewYorkFamily.com
Our AssessmentEditors of NewYorkFamily.com round up 25 of the top strollers of 2013. Reviews are brief and just give an overview of the stroller's features. There is no mention of testing or explanation of how or why any of the strollers were chosen for inclusion. However, there is a good mix of high-end, affordable, full-featured umbrella and budget strollers.
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