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Baby Jogger City Tour vs. Nuna Pepp

Baby Jogger City Tour vs. Nuna Pepp

Ever been cruising around Disneyland with your umbrella stroller just wishing for all the storage space of your regular stroller? But you didn't want to bring that huge thing on the plane, and then have to drag it everywhere, so you settled for the umbrella stroller? Then, stop and don't go anywhere! There's a perfect solution! A stroller that combines those two wants perfectly. Better yet? There are two of them to choose from!

Baby Jogger City Tour

For the parent, the 14 lb City Tour features a one-hand quick fold, which is an absolute necessity when you're a mom. We always have our hands full! One hand is hard enough to find, let alone two. It's wheels are not only lightweight and durable, but the front wheel is a locking swivel wheel perfect for long distance strolling. It also has a carry bag to make this the easiest thing to transport AND fits in the overhead compartment of an airplane!! For your child, 6 months or older, the seat reclines to near flat position making it easy for them to get comfortable and take a snooze. The canopy will protect them from the sun, and you can check to make sure they are okay through the peek-a-boo window.

Nuna Pepp

Your second option is the Nuna Pepp - still compact and folds flat, and just over 5 lbs heavier than the city tour. The Nuna Pepp has a three position recline, and front, swivel lock wheels. This stroller keeps a child's comfort in mind by providing adjustable calf support for those tired little legs. For a parent's convenience, the basket is removable, the peek-a-boo window is provided for keeping close eye on your child while the canopy is up, and the stroller stands on it's own when folded! Unlike the City Tour, you can attach your carseat and turn this stroller into a travel system making it completely usable for your child from birth.

Whatever stroller you choose, you can be sure it will be easier to lug around than a full-size stroller without giving up all those nice features.

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