Or stroller for that matter.
Because of how often we travel we’ve been looking for a stroller that can travel with us. The amazing team over at 4Moms sent me their Origami stroller to try out. These are the same people who made the mamaRoo that Zach loves so much.
4moms did not disappoint with this stroller! The techie in me loves the gadgets and the Mom in me loves how simple it is to operate and push. I’m pretty sure Zach thinks it’s pretty cool too.
This stroller attracts a ton of attention. We get stopped almost every time we’re out. A simple written review would not do this stroller justice. So we’ve included a little video with this review so that you can see all the great features and understand why it gets so much attention.
The 4moms origami is in the high-end stroller category and will run you $849.99.
Zach is obviously old enough to sit in the toddler seat that is provided by 4moms. There is a Graco carseat available for $59.99. The cell phone bag is also sold separately for $39.99. You can also buy other color kits for the seats for $99.99.
This stroller folds up super small and tight. It will fit into most trunks. It also has little wheels on the bottom so when it is folded you can roll it.
Open its measurements are 41″ in length, 28″ in width, and 39″ in height.
Closed its measurements are 38″ in length, 14″ in width, and 21″ in height.
Weight is a little on the heavy side at 32 lbs.
Our favorite things
- The fact that it opens and closes with the push of a button. I mean how cool is that? Ok, it’s a 2 step process so you don’t fold it on accident.
- This stroller almost pushes itself. It really is the easiest stroller to push.
- Love the running lights! There have been a few times we’ve needed them while out at night.
- LCD screen that lets us know the temperature and how far we’ve walked.
- The ability to charge my phone on the move.
- The battery recharges from being pushed. It does come with a charger cord just in case.
- No grip on the front to help with lifting
- Not enough storage
- Seat does not recline back very far.
- I wish it had a travel bag. I’m a little nervous to take it on a plane with us.
- Handle height is not adjustable.
Over all we love our origami stroller and use pretty much everyday!
Disclaimer – 4moms did send us the origami to review. All opinions and words are my own!