We recently released some of our favorite ways to stroll with our Momtrends Must-Have Awards for strollers, but we couldn't feature all the new strollers. Here are some more of the other new and redesigned strollers on the market now. (You can still enter to win one of our Must-Have Strollers until 5/31 - enter here!)
Quinny Buzz Xtra: The redesigned Quinny Buzz Xtra is a sleek, modern stroller that has a padded, reversible seat, adjustable handlebar and comes with a bumper bar, extension sunshade and car seat adapters. The new model has been updated to include air-filled, all-terrain tires, a larger canopy, and a redesign shopping basket. Plus is has a unique auto-fold. Ellen even featured it on her recent Mother's Day show. You'll love: Modern look, easy maneuvering, large comfy seat, auto-unfold. But: Folding the stroller is a bit awkward and and the seat only offers one level of recline. Buy it: $595.99.
BOB Revolution PRO: BOB jogging strollers are already one of the premier joggers on the market (and one of our Momtrends Must-Haves!) but the newest release - the Revolution PRO - adds even more features. The PRO - available as a single or a double - comes with an added hand brake that many active runners had been asking for as well as a nine-position adjustable handlebar. The pneumatic, all-terrain tires and adjustable shocks keep the ride smooth whether you're rolling over grass, gravel or pavement. You'll love: Durable frame, amazing maneuvering, large underseat basket, adjustable handlebar, front wheel tracking adjustment knob - a must for runners! But: While the BOB is perhaps runner chic, it's not high on city style. Buy it: $500
Inglesina Trilogy: Already popular in Europe, the Inglesina Trilogy stroller is now available in the U.S. This everyday stroller has reversible seat with great padding, three levels of recline and a removable bumper bar. It comes with a cup holder and rain cover and offers good one-handed maneuvering. The best part of the Trilogy is the amazing canopy! It extends all the way down to the bumper - and that is without even opening the extension! The canopy also has a peekaboo window and unzips to allow airflow. You'll love: Simple-to-reverse seat, amazing canopy, easy open/ close frame and the ability to fold the stroller with the seat facing either direction. But: While the Trilogy folded easily, it didn't fold down as compactly as I had hoped. Buy it: $499
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Inglesina Quad: If you're looking for a more substantial all-terrain stroller, the Inglesina Quad is a full-sized pram made in Italy. It offers more comforts and more features than the Trilogy, but also has a higher price tag and heavier frame. With the Quad, you'll get an adjustable height handlebar, a four position seat recline to nearly flat, a cozy boot, and very smooth maneuvering thanks to larger EVA wheels. It also has the same reversible, well-padded seat as the Trilogy and comes with a bumper bar, large underseat basket, rain cover and cup holder. You'll love: smooth maneuvering, lush padding, adjustable handlebar. But: The frame doesn't fold with the seat attached. Buy it:$599
Bumbleride Indie 4:The soon-to-be new release from Bumbleride (May 31, 2014) takes the beloved Indie and gives is a 4th wheel. Bumbleride calls it a "crossover stroller" which combines rugged all-terrain wheels and and compact, lightweight frame. My two favorite features of the Indie 4 are the great maneuvering from all-wheel suspension and pneumatic tires and a fabulous canopy that has excellent coverage, a peekaboo window, a zippered pouch for my phone or credit card and it zips open for more coverage. The stroller also has an adjustable handlebar and comes with a bumper bar, wrist strap, cup holder, adapter bar for car seats AND a bassinet. The fold is two-handed but easy and there is a sturdy carry handle to picking up the 22 lb. frame. You'll love: great canopy, easy maneuvering over any surface, lots of included extras. But: I'm stretching to find something here, but the seat recline mechanism requires two hands and is slightly inconvenient compared to some other designs. Buy it: $599
Joovy Qool:The new Joovy Qool has lots to love in a lightweight, compact package. The aluminum frame stroller weighs just 21.5 lbs but is packed with features like a luxe padded reversible seat, an adjustable height handlebar, an easy-access underseat basket and a leatherettte wrapped handlebar and bumper bar. My favorite features are the fabulous canopy that has a peekaboo window and zip-out extension to provide amazing coverage, its easy maneuvering, and small footprint - perfect for crowded sidewalks or small store aisles. You'll love: easy maneuvering, large canopy, 10 color options, adjustable handlebar, reversible seat, can fold with seat facing either direction But: The seat recline only gets to about 45° and when you fold the stroller with the seat attached, it's not super compact. Buy it: $549.99
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