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Stroller Skinny

FInd out what you need to know to start your stroller search
We tested over 20 different full-size strollers over the course of several updates to this review. Several of these options are pictured here.
Wednesday October 16, 2019
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You might think it is too soon to start thinking about strollers when the baby is still about ten weeks away, but we've found that this one piece of baby gear gives parents more trouble than almost any other, so there is no time like the present to begin your adventure into all things stroller. Choosing the right option can be difficult considering how many types, brands, and models are on the market. Should you get a car seat frame stroller? Jogging stroller? What about a travel system? Maybe just a traditional full-size option is more your speed. For all of these answers and more, we invite you to check out our reviews and buying guides for all things strollers. In them, we give you the information and recommendations that make purchasing a stroller easier than it has ever been. We test every stroller in our reviews to gather enough information on key performance metrics and features to help parents make wise choices. Plus, we purchase each product ourselves, just like you do, so you know our results and award winners are genuinely unbiased.

We think most families are better off starting with a car seat frame stroller for the first 3-9 months. Waiting to purchase your primary stroller can help give you more information on how you are likely going to use your stroller and what features are most important to you. A frame stroller is also relatively light and easy to fold and carry.


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