Some parents just can’t find the right stroller for their child, so they have to go the custom way. Below are the world coolest baby strollers I’ve ever seen. While some of them look like a great invention, others should probably stay as concept.
Keep in mind, I’ve NOT tested any of them and I don’t think I will. Some of them actually look very dangerous for a child. Try them at your own risk.
1. Ultimate Man-Pram
Skoda, Czech automaker, came up with a Skoda vRS Mega Man-Pram to celebrate the launch of their fastest Skoda car. This Man-Pram is an ultimate all-terrain stroller that can handle ANY terrain! It is two meters high and has wing mirrors, hydraulic suspension, all-terrain tires, oversized brake callipers, anti-stress grips, headlamp beam and massive 20-inch alloy wheels.
2. Mad Max Stroller
Mad Max Stroller is another man-pram designed by a British plumber. It is the world fastest stroller that is capable of reaching highway speed in less than 30 seconds. It can go as fast as 53 mph. Talk about being mad! I don’t know how safe this is with a baby in the pram. The stroller is steel-reinforced and features twin-exhaust, 10-horsepower and a steel platform for the driver to stand on while operating the stroller. It even has a cup holder because how can you go 53 mph with a newborn in your pram without a cup of coffee! LOL.
Source: Live Science
3. Taga Bike Stroller
Designed by a team of international designers and engineers Taga stroller turns from stroller into a bike in less than 20 seconds! It can accommodate a child from birth and up to age of 6 years old. Unlike a regular bike with a rear child seat, Taga has forward-facing seat that is located in front of the bike. The frame is made of extra-thick aluminium alloy tubes designed for carrying heavy loads. Want to go to the restaurant but don’t want to leave your bike outside? Not a problem. Convert it back into the stroller and take it with you. Love it!
Source: UK Daily Mail
4. Quinny Longboard Stroller
This is a cross between a skate board and a stroller. The seat of the stroller basically seats on a long skate board. This ride is guaranteed to turn some heads. This buggy is still in the development stages, but should be finished soon.
Source: Quinny Longboard
5. Hot Rod Baby Stroller
The design team at Kid Kustoms knows how the real hot rod stroller needs to look. These buggies are all created by hand using premium quality materials. They feature ultra durable aluminum base, stainless steel hardware, white wall tires, leatherette upholstery, leafspring and haripin suspension, and the fin shaped fenders. But the best part is that you can customize it!
6. Babyoom Stroller
This stroller truly left me speechless. From ages 0 to 3 you can use it as a stroller and an infant car seat; from ages 3 to 6 it transforms to a children’s bicycle; and after that you can use it as a shopping cart. It’s four things in one! I feel like this is what the future stroller will look like. Now, I don’t see a foot rest above the front wheel, so I don’t know how it’s going to work for an older child. Also, while the shopping cart is an interesting idea, I doubt I would take it with me everywhere since every store has one. LOL.
7. Mercedes Benz Stroller
It looks like more and more automakers are getting into a stroller craze by creating baby strollers to go with their cars like it’s some kind of accessory. This time Mercedes Benz presented it’s concept called Abeo baby pram which looks more like a piece of art than a stroller. Supposedly the frame is made out of lightweight carbon and is foldable and it has the same dimensions as a shopping cart. Interesting… no recline, no adjustable canopy, no adjustable foot rest, no storage… I am 100% sure the designer of this fab concept has no kids. LOL. I wonder who’s going to buy this.
8. Zigo Leader Stroller
Zigo Leader bike is actually a 4 in 1 lightweight, foldable bicycle with an integrated child carrier that can be used as a stroller, a jogger, a stand-alone bike, or a carrier bike. Thanks to patent-pending LeaderLink technology, you can transform to any mode in less than 30 seconds.
9. QuickSmart Back Pack Stroller
Made by an Austrian company QuickSmart, this super compact stroller fits in the back pack. It’s pefect for traveling and public transit. You can even take it as a hand luggage when flying. It rolls on three small wheels and features a roomy padded seat, footrest, 5 point harness, and a shopping basket. The seat can accommodate a child from 6 months and up to 33 lbs.
10. Roller Buggy
The Roller Buggy is a multi-functional stroller that transforms into a scooter. What a great idea! You can use it with a toddler seat or an infant car seat. I am not sure about the safety of this product. Just like the Mad Max Stroller it seams to be more for entertainment than actual use.
11. Egg-shaped baby stroller
Artist John Knott, created this baby carriage out of hand-shaped aluminum panels and antique baby stroller parts. This pram looks like a rocket. You definitely would NOT want to leave baby inside this thing on a hot day.
Triobike is a Danish company that makes family tricycles that can be transformed into a stroller or a bike. It has pivot style steering and features such as a 5-point harness, front and rear lights, firehood, and disk brakes. The kids are probably super exited to go on the ride with parents. I definitely would be.
13. Doona car seat stroller
Doona made an infant car seat that transforms into a stroller! Not more dragging your car seat around. No need to buy a car seat frame. For the first 6 months you can safely use it instead of the stroller. The wheels and the frame unfolds with one single motion giving you a car seat on wheels. The handle bar adjusts to become a handle bar for your stroller. This invention makes life so much easier! It comes in seven beautiful colors.
14. Lowrider stroller
Hot rod inspired strollers for your toddler. They look amazing!
15. Space ship stroller
Now this is a stroller kids will never want to leave! It looks like a real space ship.
Source: Yanko design
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