Stokke Xplory 6: Independent Customer Product Review
If you don’t want to miss out on any bonding time with your baby, the Stokke Xplory 6 is no doubt the perfect choice for you. Featuring an elegant and ergonomic design, the Xplory’s raised seat brings bub closer to you to encourage parent-baby interaction when exploring the outside world together. It’s convenient, nifty and simple to use, making it a great option for city living. Read on for some reviews we’ve compiled just for you:
1. Comfort & Style
The Xplory’s unique and sleek design will turn heads as you stroll along the neighbourhood and malls. I mean, who can resist this beautiful Nordic design? Not only that, it’s got awesome features designed for bub’s comfort. For extra comfort & safety, the Xplory includes an ergonomic seat with hip and head support and a foot rest.
Featuring an extendable canopy made of water repellant fabrics, the Xplory offers reliable protection from the wind, sun and rain. The canopy is also fitted with a mesh window for ventilation, perfect for the balmy weather in Singapore! The Xplory has got you covered as well: with its telescoping and multi-position handlebar, parents of all height can adjust the handle height and angle for optimal ergonomics.
Thanks to its modular design, this stroller offers parents immense flexibility. Its reversible seat allows bub to travel parent-facing or road facing. That aside, the Xplory chassis accommodates a separate carry cot and your child’s car seat (might require car seat adapters) as well. And the icing on the cake? It doubles up as a high chair with its raised configuration and adjustable seat height, great for dining out in restaurants/cafes. “You can push [it] right up to a table,” as Eli from Magic Beans demonstrates, “you can just slide [the belly bar] around, have the child eat, haven the child be open and then throw it back on.”
3. Engineered For City Living
The Xplory is an ideal pram for urban parents with its narrow frame, effortless one-handed steering, strong puncture-free and lockable swivel wheels. It works just as well for a trip to your favourite cafe, a walk in your neighbourhood and it handles crowded streets, tight spaces and slightly bumpy off-road paths easily. When not in use, simply fold it into two stackable pieces and stash the stroller away in your car trunk or storage room.
P.S. The Xplory features a two-wheel mode for softer terrains like sand, and for going up the stairs as well. Great feature if you live in a walk-up apartment, otherwise, it's good for a day out at Sentosa or East Coast Park!
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