OXO Tot Cubby Plus Stroller Review


OXO surprised everybody at the ABC Kids Expo by presenting two new strollers. Known for their sippy cups and toddler dining sets, OXO decided to get into the stroller market. The two new models OXO Tot Cubby and Cubby Plus are very simple, practical, and stylish.

The Cubby Plus is an upgraded version of Cubby that has some extra features like upgraded material, an adjustable handlebar, an adjustable leg rest, an easily adjustable harness, front wheel suspension, and an anodized aluminum frame.

Cubby Plus also comes with a large basket, a large canopy, a deep recline, a flip-flop-friendly brake, and lots of storage! The wheels are large and can handle a lot of terrain. This puppy weighs 20 lbs.

It has a travel system option and works with the most popular infant car seats. I think that Cubby Plus could be easily your ONLY stroller because it’s light, compact, and full of great features.

The only drawback in both models in my opinion is that you can use the seat from 6 months and not from birth. Although the recline is deep, it does not have a flat position suitable for a newborn. This could be a problem for OXO because their main competition like Britax B-Agile 4, City Mini 4, or Mamas & Papas Armadillo XT all have flat reclines.

You can get OXO Tot Cubby Plus in one of the three beautiful colors for around $399. It does not come with a cup holder or the bumper bar, but you can purchase them separately.

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The canopy is a great size plus it has a large pop-out sunvisor that will provide your child with full sun protection. The SPF 50+ canopy is waterproof.  At first glance, it looks like there is no peekaboo window, but it’s hidden under the last panel. The large peekaboo window is made out of dark mesh and has a Velcro closure.



The seat is pretty roomy with a one-hand strap recline. The recline is very deep, but it does not go to the flat position so you can use it from 6 months and up to 50 lbs.


There is a large mesh window in the back of the stroller once you fully recline the seat. It has a large cover for when the weather gets chilly.


There are three storage pockets on Cubby Plus. One is in the back of the canopy and another two are in the back of the seat. They are perfect for small parents’ essentials.



The leg rest goes up and down.



The handlebar telescopes out from 39″ all the way up to 42″ from the ground.



I love love love this harness! It adjusts like the harness in your car seat. You just pull on the strap at the bottom and it tightens up the shoulder straps right away. Why is it not standard on all the strollers?



The brake is located between the rear wheels and is flip-flop friendly.



The basket is a really great size and it can be expanded by pulling the back of the basket towards you. Very easy to access from the back or the sides even with the seat fully reclined.



Cubby Plus rolls on four EVA foam-filled wheels with 7″ wheels in the front and 10″ wheels in the back. The front wheels are swivel but can be locked straight. These wheels are not all-terrain but are large enough to handle a lot of different terrain without a problem.

While the Cubby doesn’t have any suspension, the Cubby Plus sports front-wheel suspension.



I LOVE it when the stroller has a one-hand fold. This is probably my favorite feature aside from large canopies. And when that one-hand fold comes with an automatic lock and a standing fold it’s like an icing on the cake. LOL.

Well, the Cubby and the Cubby Plus have that easy one-hand fold that you can find on Britax B-Agile and Baby Jogger City Mini models. Just pull on the handle in the middle of the seat and it will fold in half! There is an automatic lock and standing fold. Perfect if you have a bad back like me.



You can purchase an adapter for Graco, Chicco, Peg Perego, and Britax. There might be also other popular brands, but I only know about these for now.

Video Overview

Here is a short video overview.


Stroller weight: 20 lbs
Weight limit: 50 lbs
Handlebar height: 39″ – 42″
Front Wheels: 7″
Rear Wheels: 10″

Available colors

The OXO Tot will be available in three colors and comes with a dark grey frame.

Where to buy it

You can get OXO Tot Cubby Plus in one of the three beautiful colors for around $399.

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3 thoughts on “OXO Tot Cubby Plus Stroller Review”

  1. I’m very interested in recommending the stroller to an expecting mom. However, I’m unable to find this stroller out on the market. Do you know if it is out yet and also if it is compatible with Maxi Cosi car seats? I’m planning on giving my 2015 Maxo Cosi car seat to the expecting mom to offset the cost of buying a better stroller.

  2. I am extremely interested in the manueverability of this stroller. So far, I’m loving the huge canopy and large basket. The one hand fold is fantastic as well, but, I wonder how it does moving with weight on the stroller. Since it is so new, I’m having a hard time finding it in a store to try it out. Would you be able to help? Lastly, how does it compare with a mountain buggy nano? That’s is also one of my other options. Thanks.

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