At Zooper they’re More Than You Think, and that’s more than just a saying when it comes to their products. As a mother of three children, owner of several brands of strollers, I can tell you with absolute certainty that not all baby and children’s products are created equal, and this is especially true of strollers.
Zooper, from my months of testing is a brand above the rest. There are several attributes I look for in a stroller and Zooper has more of these than any other stroller I have owned. First, and most importantly, is safety. No parent or caregiver wants to worry about the construction of the stroller or the materials that go into making all the components, and with Zooper’s strollers that is no worry. Zooper’s strollers are the first to be made with light weight aluminum alloy bars; these are the basic fittings implemented in every product. Informed parents also know that it’s more than just the structure, but also what it’s in the fabric or anything that baby can touch or be exposed to while in the stroller. This is precisely why Zooper conducts safety tests (again and again) looking for chemicals and toxins that could be harmful in every component of their products.
When looking for a stroller, I also look for something that’s easy to use. This includes assembly of the product when it arrives, weight and ease of lifting, folding and storing the stroller as well as the ease of pushing the stroller and maneuvering it around. The Waltz Stroller by Zooper passed with flying colors here as well. Generally, I am not the one who assembles the big stuff, but I for review purposes I gave it a try and was over thr top impressed with how quickly and easily I was able to assemble the stroller. Trust me when I tell you this never happens…
As far as the use of the stroller, I’m very happy with the way it performs as well. The stroller is light-weight and easy to carry from trunk to curb, folds and unfolds easily, and maneuvers through crowds and in and out of small spaces with ease. I’ve had other strollers that I was constantly apologizing to people who I was nearly running into, backing up/moving forward/picking up the stroller in order to get it to turn the way I needed it to; this has not happened even once while using the Zooper Waltz.
Another key attribute I need in a stroller is functionality. First, how does it hold the baby? Will I be able to continue to use this stroller as my child grows? If so, to what height/weight? Now from other reviews I have read, and from pictures on the Zooper site, it accommodates baby just fine. For my youngest, who just recently turned three (and is a size 4/5), she fits comfortably and has no trouble getting in or out of the stroller. It also has other features I need, like space for diaper bags, cups, coats, etc. The Waltz wins again here! I love the removable tray, and my daughter was won over by the cup holder (separate from the tray). I also thought the retractable cover did a wonderful job of keeping her shaded, and on our first run (and every trip with the Waltz after), we had plenty of room for the diaper bag, coats, boardwalk prizes and of course, my daughter! Take a look:
Lastly, and in the grand scheme of things not usually my deciding factor when things like comfort and safety are on the table, is style. Fashion meets function with this chic stroller, and you are really getting the entire package with the Zooper Waltz! You can find out more about the Waltz including the ten available colors and the stroller’s dimensions as well as where to buy (available in a number of countries online and in stores) on the Zooper website. You can also connect with Zooper on Facebook and Twitter too!
I’ve now been using the Zooper since April, and it performs just as well around the neighborhood for a walk, as it does on a busy boardwalk at the beach. This stroller has no signs of wear and tear …and believe me this is our busiest time of year, if there was going to be faults in the product, we would have seen them by now! This product made getting around so much easier this Spring and Summer, and I’m sure we’ll be using it into the Fall and well beyond!