strollers

Single Strollers

Do you actually need a stroller? It depends! If you’re planning to go anywhere with a little one in tow, without baby wearing, then yes, you probably need a stroller.

What kind of stroller do you need? That depends on your lifestyle! You’ll want to pay attention to the height and weight limits to strollers. Some have a maximum of 30 pounds, which will only get you to 2.5-3.5 years (and many kids may still need a stroller at 3 years old). And some strollers aren’t great for newborns, who still need neck support. Read below for which stroller might work best.

Top single strollers:

StrollerStandout FeaturesPrice
UPPAbaby Vista– Perfect for growing families (with add-ons like a toddler seat)
– 50 lb weight limit
– Bassinet attachment for newborns
See price on Amazon
Summer Infant 3D Lite – Convenience to a T!
– Lightweight
– Easy to fold
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Thule Spring Stroller– Stands by itself when folded
– 65 lb weight limit
– Compact size
See price on Amazon
Cybex e-Priam Electronic Stroller– For the tech-obsessed
– Built-in electric motor to help you in rough terrain
– Sleek design
– 55 lb weight limit
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Doona Car Seat Stroller– Switches from a car seat to a stroller
– One-hand opening
– Compact, so it saves space
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Chicco Bravo Trio Travel Set– All-in-one solution system with car seat, detachable stroller seat
– Large storage compartment
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Nuna MIXX– Flat sleeper recline seat
– Oversized canopy
– 50 lb weight limit
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BabyZen Yoyo2– Compact design
– Over-shoulder carrying strap
– 40 lb weight limit
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UPPAbaby MINU– Lightweight (14.5 lbs)
– Seat has deep recline
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UPPAbaby Vista

Features:

  • Perfect for growing families (with add-ons like a newborn bassinet, a toddler seat, kickstand board for older children)
  • Extendable canopy
  • No-rethread harness which makes readjusting straps easier
  • Bassinet attachment for newborns (0 months and up)
  • Roomy toddler seat (recommended for 3+ months)

A family favorite, the UPPAbaby Vista V2 is great for growing families. Keep in mind, it is on the larger size when folded and takes up a fair amount of space.

Weight limit: 50 pounds

Summer Infant 3D Lite

Features:

  • Convenience to a T!
  • Lightweight umbrella stroller, great for everyday
  • Affordable
  • Easy to fold

Keep in mind:

  • Don’t put heavy items on the handlebar to avoid the stroller tipping over
  • Recommended for babies 6+ months

Weight limit: 50 pounds

Thule Spring Stroller

Features:

  • Stands by itself when folded
  • Compact size
  • Meets Disney Parks size requirements, according to Thule
  • Adjustable canopy with UPF 50+
  • Swivel front wheel
  • Weighs 22 pounds

Weight limit: 65 pounds

Cybex e-Priam Electronic Stroller

Features:

  • For the tech-obsessed, the sensors in the handlebar detect downhill motion and provide extra control
  • Built-in electric motor to help you in rough terrain
  • Can operate for up to 3.7 miles per hour before needing to be recharged again
  • Sleek design with rose gold accents
  • Recommended for babies 0+ months

Weight limit: 55 pounds

Doona Car Seat Stroller

Features:

  • Switches from a car seat to a stroller “in seconds,” according to the brand
  • One-hand opening makes it easy to maneuver
  • Compact, and it saves trunk space because you only need one product instead of two
  • Easy for travel
  • Recommended for babies 0+ months

Weight limit: 50 pounds

Chicco Bravo Trio Travel Set

Features:

  • All-in-one solution system with car seat and detachable stroller seat
  • Includes a parent tray with 2 cup holders
  • Large storage compartment
  • Great all-in-one solution system from birth
  • Stroller recommended for babies 6+ months when used without the car seat

Weight limit: 50 pounds for stroller and 30 lbs for car seat

Nuna MIXX

Features:

  • Flat sleeper recline seat provides the perfect sleeping environment for kids on-the-go
  • Oversized, extendable canopy
  • Recommended for babies from birth

Weight limit: 50 lbs

BabyZen Yoyo2

Features:

  • Compact design
  • Over-shoulder carrying strap
  • 40 lb weight limit
  • Recommended for babies 6 months and up (or 0 months and up with the add-on newborn pack)

Keep in mind:

  • You have to buy the “color pack” (canopy and seat) separate from the stroller frame, which adds costs.
  • You’ll need the add-on “newborn pack” to be able to use the stroller for babies younger than 6 months of age.

Weight limit: 40 lbs

UPPAbaby MINU

Features:

  • Lightweight (14.5 lbs) makes it easy to lift this stroller with one hand
  • One-handed fold is easy to do
  • Spacious undercarriage and additional storage pocket
  • Seat has deep recline
  • Recommended for babies 3+ months

Weight limit: 50 lbs

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