What Single Baby Strollers Must Have
The main characteristics of a good single stroller are:
- Ease in folding
- Good maneuverability
Even if you’re not planning on doing some heavy duty jogging with your child, there are additional features that you should look for when buying a single stroller.
Picking the Right Type of Single Baby Stroller
In preparation for family outings to various locations, it’s always good to get a single stroller that works well in any kind of terrain. All terrain strollers allow for a smoother ride for your baby and an easier push for you. If the wheels on a single stroller are 16 inches or higher, you know that they can absorb more of the bumps and pits in off road trips and on road walks. Additional shock absorbers as well as a solid frame for the single stroller also keep your child from a bumpy ride.
For more security, pick a single stroller with a five point harness as opposed to a three point harness. Straps can go around the waist, shoulders and crotch of your baby keeping him or her snugly in place. For durability, aluminum strollers are far sturdier than strollers made of other materials. What’s more, the aluminum is a light material that allows you to carry the stroller around easily.