For years the only stroller Norwegian brand Stokke had on the market was the innovative, modern looking Xplory. And now, for all you fans of contemporary, sleek Scandinavian design, Stokke now presents not one, but two brand new strollers.
The Crusi and Scoot both have reversing seats. The Crusi is the full-sized convertible stroller and the Scoot is the lightweight smaller version.
The Crusi is a full-size luxury convertible stroller with a reversing seat. It has the same stylish seat as the Xplory and like the Xplory, the Crusi seat sits up higher and comes right up to the table for restaurant settings. Five recline positions from fully resting to straight upright positions your child just right every time, along with an adjusting footrest. The seat holds your child up to 45 pounds.
Have two children? Add a second rumble seat and turn your Crusi into a tandem double. With two children, the Crusi holds up to 66 pounds.
The included Carry Cot has a sleek, streamlined hard shell with a textile surface. It is ergonomically designed for baby’s ultimate comfort and placed right on top of the chassis.
A smooth suspension system and softer rubber wheels give the Crusi unparalleled performance. An adjustable height handle provides comfort for different sized adults. Easy access to the large shopping basket from all sides is so convenient.
The Stokke Crusi is about as luxury as you can get for a full-sized convertible stroller. It retails for $1,250.
The littler version of Crusi is Scoot. It is a reversing seat stroller that holds your child up to 50 pounds. The Scoot is classified as lightweight, but it weighs 26 pounds. While it has the weight of a full-sized stroller, it is so well designed that it feels far more compact. And you can fold it one-handed with the seat facing in either direction.
Like all Stokke strollers, the seat on the Scoot sits higher for better bonding and convenient table height for those lovely cafe visits. The padded ventilated seat has two recline positions – either nearly flat or completely upright. And your toddler is not going to escape the safety harness and buckle.
The sun canopy gives plenty of coverage with an extending zippered panel and flick out sun visor. A footrest provides additional support for your child’s comfort.
Now for performance; the Scoot handles so well that you can push it with one finger. It has a “soft suspension” system and rubber tires that glide over surfaces. Turn on a dime maneuverability eases you through tight spaces during those shopping trips. The Scoot is designed for urban use and handles a bit of grass OK.
For parents’ comfort, and adjustable height handle provides strolling comfort for both tall and shorter adults. An easily accessible shopping basket is big enough to hold enough of your baby gear, and because the seat sits so high, your vertical space is increased.
The sophisticated Scoot comes in seven different colors and retails for $700.
Which Stokke do you prefer, the full-featured Crusi or the streamlined Scoot?
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