The 20-pound Zooper Bolero is similar to the well-reviewed Zooper Waltz, with a slightly larger canopy and what the manufacturer calls "breathable performance fabric." Additionally it has a fully reclining seat, large vented canopy and the ability to stand on its own when folded. While parents generally like the Zooper strollers, there are slightly better reviews for the simiar Inglesina Zippy (*est. $330), which parents say has the best folding mechanism and weighs less.
The Zooper Bolero is too new to have shown up yet in reliable review sources like Consumer Reports, Baby-Gaga.com or StrollersAndPrams.com, or even to receive comments from owners on Amazon.com or Epinions. The only notice we could find about the Bolero is a helpful post on the Baby-Gaga.com message boards, in which one parent compares the Bolero to another full-featured stroller, the Pliko P3. The Zooper Bolero is essentially a plusher, heavier version of another Zooper stroller, the Zooper Waltz (*est. $290).
This thread about the Peg-Perego Pliko P3 is notable for a parent who compares it to the new Zooper Bolero. She says the Bolero feels lighter and folds more easily, with a taller seat back, while the P3 has better padding and shock absorption.
Review: Saw the New P3s Today and Disappointed , Contributors to Baby-Gaga.com
At the time of our visit, there was only one review for the Zooper Bolero. However, as this stroller remains on the market, owner comments should accumulate.
Review: Zooper Bolero Reviews, Contributors to Amazon.com