4moms Moxi Stroller Review

4moms-moxi-stroller23It’s safe to say that 4moms is one of the MOST innovative companies on the market. Their strollers are a few steps ahead of the competition. The new Moxi model is no different. The integrated technology takes it to a completely new level of strolling. What other stroller has headlights and rechargeable battery on board?

While no other companies have integrated technology into their strollers, I think that’s where everything is going. Soon, we’ll be seeing super compact strollers that fold and unfold on their own, that can charge your phone and connect to internet, that have build-in tv with endless channels. You will probably be able to stroll and shop on amazon at the same time. And, when you arrive home from your walk at the park, all the things you’ve ordered will be at your door. LOL.

Anyways, back to reality. The Moxi is much more practical model than their Origami model that was too heavy and too bulky. Its most unique feature is a power generator located in the rear wheels that gets changed while you are walking with the stroller. Having a battery on board means you can charge your cell phone, track distance traveled, track temperature and speed you are going with. The built-in LCD screen displays all the information and makes walking much more interesting.

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4Moms Origami Stroller Review

4moms_origami24Moms Origami is the MOST high-tech stroller on the market. It is packed with unique tech features like power folding, phone charger, and pathway lights. To fold or unfold it, you literally just push a button and the stroller does the rest! How cool is that? I also really like the phone-charging ability because I am always on the phone when I go for a walk and it dies very often. LOL. I know, I talk a lot.

The Origami is truly a showstopper especially at night when the pathlights and running lights turned on. Prepare to get a LOT of attention with this stroller! It’s designed for kids from 6 months and up to 40 lbs. If you want to use it from birth, you can replace the seat with a car seat or a bassinet (sold separately).

Origami is definitely designed for urban lifestyle, but on-the-go parents will find it very heavy for traveling and not very convenient for running errands. Grocery shopping will also be difficult since there is no basket. A nice walk around the neighborhood to show off your expensive buggy that’s what it is for. It rolls on four wheels with 6″ wheels in the front and 9″ wheels in the back. The all-wheel suspension will absorb some of the bumps if you decide to tackle some mommy terrain like grass or mulch. But keep in mind, this is not an all-terrain stroller.

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