Best Toddlers Strollers of January 2021

Best Toddlers Strollers of January 2021

Last Updated on January 2, 2021 by Goodnewsek

As a parent, or you know someone who is, you know that, carrying a toddler in your arms, as you walk on the road could be a very tiring task, especially if the toddler is heavy. A solution, however, might just be around the corner, a toddler stroller is able to free you from the stress of holding your toddler in your hands.

The best stroller for your baby will depend on your family’s needs. Are you a city dweller who needs to navigate tight spaces or do you require a stroller to handle the rugged outdoors?


The right stroller can make all the difference in the ease and accessibility of your daily life with baby — from that walk to in the park to that hike through the mall. Here’s a basic guide to the different kinds of strollers so you can choose the one that makes the most sense for you.

  • Strollers cost anywhere from $30 to $1,200. Knowing your budget and needs will help you narrow down the options.
  • A basic lightweight umbrella stroller makes travel (and storage) easy, while high-function stroller systems boast helpful features like extra storage and snap-on bassinets or car seats.
  • For some, a stroller will get miles and years of use. Trying out your top choices before purchasing one will go a long way in making sure it works for baby’s needs — and for the needs of other family members who will be pushing it, folding it and stowing their things within it along the way.

A safe, reliable and easy-to-use stroller is a definite must-have. But as a stroller can range in price from $30 to $1,200, you’re going to want to make sure you’re getting the best option for your money. These basic questions can help.

Where will you use it?

Many mid-range models can be big and bulky — not ideal if you’re navigating narrow city streets. But a smaller umbrella stroller might not work for you if you need a stroller basket big enough to handle your purse, diaper bag and other essentials, like a laptop.

Know where you’ll go with your stroller – that’s half the battle.

Is it newborn friendly?

Check the details. Some strollers offer a deep recline or bassinet mode, which means you can put your newborn in them from day one, with no add-ons needed. But many models are more suitable for infants who have some neck control or can nearly sit up unsupported, which usually doesn’t happen for four to six months.

You may need to attach a car seat or optional bassinet to make some models infant-ready, so know what you’re getting before you buy.

How long do you plan to use it?

While you may pay more up front for certain models, adaptability from newborn through toddler stages could save you cash in the long run.

Do you plan to use the stroller for multiple kids? If so, shop for long-term value, and consider a model you can add onto — a car seat, a stand-and-ride bumper or an additional seat for a new baby.

How easy is it to use?

Once you’ve done some research and narrowed down your choices, it’s smart to do a test drive in person so you can see how your favorites compare — and consider that a flat and shiny store floor may not reveal how a particular model will do on uneven sidewalks or hilly terrain.

Can you steer it smoothly? Can you maneuver it with one hand? How does it handle a tight turn?

How easy is it to fold and unfold?

You’ll likely be holding baby and his stuff when you need to fold or unfold the stroller, so easier is better. Many models tout a one-hand fold, but try before you buy — not all one-handed folds are as easy as they sound.

How heavy is it? When you’re on the road, lighter is better. But note the details, because some manufacturers will call a 25-pound stroller lightweight, while others can weigh a mere 12 pounds.

That’s a big difference when you’re carrying baby, diaper bag and stroller up endless staircases or squishing on to the subway.

Do you need more than one?

Need an umbrella stroller for the road but a full-sized model for busy days in the neighborhood? For some families, one stroller just doesn’t cover all the bases, no matter how cleverly designed.

If that’s the case, consider splitting your stroller budget rather than investing heavily in one. You might need a basic full-size model for home and a separate umbrella stroller for travel.

Invest in Quality

I would suggest staying away from the cheap umbrella strollers. The higher handles, better canopies and other extra features are really worth getting at least a mid-range umbrella stroller. — alymr224

Power Steering

Even if you don’t jog with it, [the three-wheeled jogger] style is so much easier to maneuver than traditional 4-wheeled strollers (although they are better than they used to be)

Best for Rough Roads?

We are getting a jogging stroller for the wheels. We live on a dirt road and have a gravel driveway so the plastic wheels on the other strollers don’t look like they would last long. however, getting a stroller that is suitable for rough roads, should be a consideration, if you reside in an environment with rough roads


  1. UPPAbaby G-LUXE Stroller
  3. Uppababy Vista
  4. BOB Revolution Pro
  5. Baby Jogger City Mini
  6. Chicco Viaro
  7. Bugaboo Bee5
  8. Summer Infant 3Dlite Baby Prams
  9. Gb Pockit Stroller
  10. 4Moms Origami Baby Buggy
UPPAbaby G-LUXE Stroller


  • One-handed recline that allows you to put your baby into a napping position
  • An included cup holder that helps you stay caffeinated when you’re out on a walk
  • An extendable sunshade to protect your little one from the sun’s harmful rays
  • A large storage basket that can hold up to 10 pounds of gear
  • Hand-level triggers that make it easy to fold the stroller with your fingers
  • Unique reversible seat design allows baby to face you or face the world
  • Durable, stylish lightweight aluminum frame with large seat area and 5-point safety harness
  • One hand, 6-position recline (3 rear facing, 3 forward facing) and infant head support
  • Maximum weight: 25 pounds rear facing, 50 pounds forward facing
  • Oversized, one-hand adjustable canopy with peek-a-boo window
  • Includes parent cup holder and side storage pocket
  • Compact fold with auto lock and carry strap
Uppababy Vista V2
  • Allows for multiple seating configurations using one or two infant car seats, bassinets or two stroller seats (Toddler Seat and RumbleSeat)
  • Reversible seats allow baby to face parent or face forward
  • Stroller folds in one step and stands when folded for easy lifting and carrying
  • Included bassinet with perforated, removable mattress pad and vented base is safe for overnight use
BOB Revolution Pro


  • UPF 50+ Sun Protection
  • Reflective Accents
  • 5-Point Easy-Adjust, No-Rethread Harness
  • Flip-Flop Friendly, Foot Pedal Parking Brake
  • Handlebar Wrist Strap and Chassis Lock
Baby Jogger City Mini


  • Large UV 50+ sun canopy to protect your child
  • Two peek-a-boo windows so you can keep an eye on your little one
  • One-handed fold with auto lock
  • Seat reclines to nearly flat — perfect for naps on the go!
  • Can accept a glider board for older siblings
Chicco Viaro


  • Convenient one-hand quick fold.
  • Ultra-light weight aluminum frame.
  • 3 wheel design, nimble steering
  • Adjustable, removable canopy
  • Large dual-access basket easily accessed from front or rear
  • Front wheel suspension
  • Baby tray with cup holders
Bugaboo Bee5


  • Endless color combinations
  • Pocket in underseat basket
  • Laser markings
  • More comfortable seat
  • Better suspension
Summer Infant 3Dlite Baby Prams


  • Durable, stylish lightweight frame (13.0 lbs) with large seat area and 5 point safety harness
  • 4 position recline
  • Open design makes the extra large storage basket easy to access
  • Adjustable and removable canopy with flip out sun visor
  • Includes cup holder and rear storage pocket
  • Anti shock front wheels and lockable rear wheels
  • Easy compact fold w/ auto lock and carry strap
Gb Pockit Stroller


  • Slim and compact construction – perfect for narrow and crowded places like the mall, restaurants or Disneyland
  • Storage basket is easy to access
  • Easy, quick fold
  • Handles are very comfortable for short and average parents and allow for one-hand pushing
4Moms Origami Baby Buggy


  • Reclining safety sensor
  • Luggage-style pulll weels
  • USP charging cable accessory
  • Handlebar bag accessory
  • Easy to assemble; No tools required

UPPAbaby G-LUXE Stroller


Before you have kids, all strollers look the same. They transport your baby from point A to point B, so what other features could you possible need, right? As it turns out, a lot! Once you actually start pushing one of these things around, you realize that it needs to have good suspension, room to store your stuff, a comfy seat for napping, and more.

Unfortunately, often enough, you’ll find everything you want in a single model, but it’ll be a tank on wheels. That’s where the UPPAbaby G-Luxe saves the day.

Flexibility every parent needs! Whether running errands or catching the sights during naptime, your child can sleep comfortably in our reclining seat with adjustable footrest.

  • Easy to fold and take on the go
  • No peek-a-boo window in the sunshade
  • Stylish fabrics and design
  • Wheels don’t have great traction for icy sidewalks
  • Lightweight for its size
  • Large amount of storage
  • Easy reclining and braking



The new 3Dflip® will change the way you look at convenience strollers. A unique reversible seat design allows baby to face you when they are younger then face the world as they grow and become more curious. With an air light aluminum frame, it is effortless to push and super lightweight to carry. You’re going to flip when you see it! FOR THE LOVE OF FAMILIES

  • 6 different positions for your little one
  • Seat fabric wears out easily
  • Lightweight
  • Cup holder is unstable
  • Great canopy
  • Front wheels don’t cooperate
  • Travel-friendly and compact
  • Storage space
  • User-friendly reclining and folding mechanisms
  • Easy to maneuver
  • Convenient Height

Uppababy Vista V2


The UPPAbaby VISTA V2 offers new colors, improved maneuverability, a roomier Toddler Seat to accommodate taller kids, a redesigned canopy for added ventilation and sun protection, and a no-rethread harness for hassle-free adjustments.

The UPPAbaby VISTA V2 is now in stock at Strolleria and is available for immediate shipping!

Start with one child in a bassinet, infant car seat, or the Toddler Seat she’ll use until she no longer needs a stroller. When your family grows, add a second seat—and even a glider board to take a third child along for the ride.

  • Luxurious and chic
  • Pricey
  • Smooth handling
  • Expensive assecories
  • Multiple configurations to adjust to your lifestyle
  • Heavy
  • Adapts for up to 3 children
  • One-step, standing fold
  • Children can interact with siblings or parents depending on the configuration
  • Comfortable seats

BOB Revolution Pro


BOB Gear’s Revolution Pro is a deluxe, off-road jogging stroller. It has a hand brake for downhill control, with mountain bike-style suspension & air-filled tires for an ultra-smooth ride. Also available in a Duallie two-seat model.

Bring on the bumpy paths and rocky roads. Our signature Mountain Bike-Style Suspension has shocks mounted by the seating area so your little adventurer will feel less bumps along the way and ride happier, longer.

  • Large wheels with pumped tires for the toughest terrain
  • Heavy
  • Swivel front wheel make the stroller more maneuverable, locked front wheel gives more stability
  • No bumper bar
  • Excellent suspension soaks up all bumps
  • Large fold
  • Safety features: wrist strap, five-point harness, parking brake
  • No accessories included
  • Handbrake allows to control the stroller speed while jogging down the hill
  • Comfortable, padded seat
  • Large canopy with peek-a-boo window
  • Adjustable handlebar
  • Spacious basket under the seat and three additional pockets
  • Compatible with many infant car seats

Baby Jogger City Mini


With so many different strollers available, it can be challenging for parents to find the best one for their family’s needs. The Baby Jogger City Mini is a very popular choice among parents, thanks to its compact size that doesn’t skimp out on features and accessories. It offers all the performance and convenience of a full-size stroller, but in a lightweight and compact package.

The Baby Jogger brand is known for their high-quality strollers that are a favorite among parents for their ability to grow with families, tackle any terrain, are incredibly maneuverable, and easy to fold and store.

  • Locking front swivel wheel
  • All accessories sold separately, including car seat adapter and parent console
  • Back storage pocket
  • The biggest complaint about the Baby Jogger City Mini is that its underseat storage basket is on the smaller side, and that it’s difficult to get items in and out.
  • Comfortable, rounded handle bar
  • Padded adjustable five-point safety harness

Chicco Viaro


The Viaro stroller with one-hand quick fold comes loaded with convenient features you and baby will love. The compact, one hand quick fold makes folding a snap, and the ultra light weight aluminum frame makes it an easy solution for parents on the go.

The 3 wheel design allows for nimble steering with a sporty stance, and the sleek styling is sure to turn some heads.

The Viaro includes an adjustable, removable canopy, independent toe tap locking brakes, and a 5 point harness. A large basket that is accessible from the front or back, provides plenty of storage for all the things your baby needs. Front wheel suspension gives just the right ride, and both baby and parent each have a tray with cup holders.

  • One of the best infant car seats in the US, highly rated by hundreds of parents
  • Small wheels, no suspension – stroller is not good even for slightly uneven terrain, it wobbles on bumps
  • Car seat easily moves from car to stroller, it clicks securely
  • Wide in the back
  • Large storage basket ideal for shopping, large diaper bag
  • Bulky with infant car seat attached
  • Parent and child trays with cup holders included with the stroller
  • No fold-lock
  • Lightweight, easy to lift
  • No peek-a-boo window
  • Agile, maneuvers smoothly
  • Easy, one-hand folding
  • Affordable

Bugaboo Bee5


For parents who live life on the fly, Bugaboo makes life even easier with the new Bugaboo Bee5. This new stroller gives your child a more comfortable ride. With so many great new colors and fabrics, you can mix and match until you find a stroller that shows with your style. And like all Bugaboo strollers, the Bugaboo Bee5 offers a smooth ride, smart desihn and extraordinary value.

  • Compact
  • Expensive
  • Easy to maneuver
  • No peekaboo screen
  • Custom add-ons available
  • Custom accessories can get pricey
  • Reversible seat
  • Height adjustable backrest
  • Comfortable seat

Summer Infant 3Dlite Baby Prams


The 3Dlite® Stroller is a durable stroller that has a lightweight and stylish aluminum frame and is one of the lightest and most feature rich convenience strollers on the market. With an easy to fold frame and carry strap, you can be on-the-go or stow and go with ease.

  • Deep recline
  • Works poorly on uneven terrain
  • Good maneuverability through narrow and crowded places (only on flat terrain)
  • Reclining requires using two hands
  • Included removable cup holder
  • Canopy doesn’t give much shade from the sun and lacks peek-a-boo window
  • Useful pocket on the back of the stroller
  • Reclined seat blocks the access to the storage basket
  • Padded harness
  • Less comfortable for kids over 3 years and tall toddlers
  • Compact fold
  • Very lightweight and portable – you can carry it on a shoulder effortlessly
  • Good quality
  • Pocket-friendly price

Gb Pockit Stroller


With its exceptional design innovation, the lightweight gb Pockit is the world’s smallest folding stroller (Guinness World Records 2014). When folded, it is the smallest and most compact stroller currently available on the market, 12″ x 7″ x 20″ to be precise.

  • Ultra-compact fold – perfect for parents who travel with their child by plane/ car/ train and use public transportation
  • Rather useless canopy – it doesn’t cover the baby from the sun and it’s very flimsy (often blows back)
  • Easy to store even at small apartment and in a small car
  • Seat doesn’t recline
  • Very lightweight – you can carry it in your handbag effortlessly
  • Folding and unfolding takes some practice, it’s a bit difficult at the beginning
  • Removable and machine-washable seat fabric
  • Small wheels are suitable mainly for flat terrain
  • Suitable for older kids (even 6 year olds!)
  • Handles are too low for tall parents (over 6ft tall)

4Moms Origami Baby Buggy


Automatically folds easily at the touch of a button, but extremely heavy and with a hefty price tag.

There has been a huge buzz surrounding this state of the art, fantastically high-tech product, and it is set to take the world of strollers by storm.

However, with an LCD screen, headlights and a battery powered folding system, is this the future of baby travel or is it gadget overload? Whether the Origami is to your tastes or not, it is without doubt an impressive pushchair, and unlike anything else on the market at the moment.

  • Automatically folds and unfolds, great gadgets,
  • Expensive, heavy,
  • suspension, easy to manoeuvre,
  • no automatic folding with carrycot,
  • removable storage basket
  • need to buy carrycot to be suitable from birth


We have come to the end of this review, if you are a parent, or you know someone who is, this should be a must have for your toddlers, it aliviates the stress from carrying your toddlers in your arms, and it is easy to use. You should make this purchase of any of the strollers above, you will be pleased.