For the money, reviewers say the Zooper Waltz stroller is an excellent value; it is lighter (16 pounds), more stylish and more durable than most strollers in its price range. Another plus is that the Zooper Waltz comes with a bunch of accessories that are extra-cost items on other strollers, including a rain cover, anti-glare cover and zippered canopy. The handlebars aren't height adjustable, however, and while some parents comment that the Zooper Waltz stroller is easy to fold, others say it's not as convenient as it could be.
The companion website to the popular book, Baby Bargains, is the best place to read parent reviews of the Zooper Waltz -- over three pages are devoted to this stroller. Elsewhere, owners of the Zooper Waltz weigh in at Epinions, and a smaller number offer feedback at retail sites like Amazon.com and Target.com. Consumer Reports, however, hasn't tested the Zooper Waltz or any Zooper stroller for its latest report.
1. Baby Bargains
This website is the online companion to the baby-gear book Baby Bargains. Comments for the Zooper Waltz go on for over three pages, making this the best, most heavily trafficked forum for information on this stroller.
Review: Zooper Waltz Reviews, Contributors to BabyBargains.com
About a dozen parents review the Zooper Waltz on this site, with most giving it very high ratings. Value and flexibility are highlights, while common complaints include the smallish basket and the inability to fold it with one hand.
Review: Zooper Waltz Reviews, Contributors to Epinions
Although this site's editors do not evaluate the Zooper Waltz, parents have posted some insightful reviews. One member in particular compares the Zooper Waltz to the Zooper Swing.
Review: Zoopter Waltz, Contributors to Baby-Gaga.com
There are only a couple of parent-written reviews here for the Zooper Waltz stroller, so right now, Amazon.com is not the best place to find reviews for this model.
Review: Zooper Waltz Reviews, Contributors to Amazon.com