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4moms Origami Stroller, Black/ Silver

by 4moms
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Price: $849.99 & FREE Shipping. FREE Returns. Details
Only 6 left in stock.
  • Power folding
  • Self charging
  • LCD dashboard
  • 4 cup holders
  • Pathway and daytime running lights
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4moms Origami Stroller, Black/ Silver + 4moms Origami Handlebar Bag Plus Cell Phone Cable, Black + 4moms Origami Graco Snugride Classic Connect Series Car Seat Adapter, Black
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight20 pounds
Product Dimensions42 x 18.5 x 17.5 inches
UPC891483001086 891483001925
Item model number4M-006-01-000202
Batteries:1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Minimum weight recommendation27 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation40 Pounds
Batteries requiredYes
Battery life7 hours
Standing screen display size4 inches
Display typeLCD
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #31,637 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight48.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Product Description

The origami is the worlds first power folding stroller: at the touch of a button, it folds and unfolds itself. The generators in the rear wheels allow origami to charge your cellphone and power an LCD screen that communicates mileage walked and temperature outside. The origami has daytime running lights, pathway lights for low light conditions, and sensors that detect when a child's in the seat. From power folding to cell phone charging, its everything a stroller should be.

Customer Reviews

This is the best stroller on the market.
Sometimes, one of the front wheels would lock up and it would become hard to push.
A lot asking how much and where to get it!
Jasmine mercado

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

83 of 90 people found the following review helpful By A. John VINE VOICE on March 1, 2012
Received my 4moms Origami Stroller and was really excited to get it but once opened realized that my newborn who's a month old won't be able to use it for quite another few months. The Origami was made specifically for babies 6 months and older. If you want it to use exclusively from birth there is a Graco SnugRide Series Car Seat Adapter that will cost you another $60 from the 4moms website. Additionally there have been talks of a bassinet attachment that will be available soon but as of this time there isn't one available.

Warning: When I say it's not for newborns I really mean it. I placed my 9lb 1 month old in it to see if it would recognize my baby in the seat and it did not which means that it would have folded with her in it.

The Origami comes packed neatly in the box and is easy to put together. The only tool you need is an allen key needed to put the handlebar together. The seat is easy to install and once installed the stroller is put together and done.

The Origami looks really cool and is very easy to operate. I've tried it holding my newborn and the one-handed operation is very easy to use. Simply twist, push the button and it opens and/or closes. There is a sensor in the seat that lets you know whether or not there is a baby in the seat and thus prevents the stroller from folding so you don't have to worry about it folding with your baby in it. The LCD screen lets you know how far you've travelled with the trip meter, there is the battery level, and also external temperature sensor which lets you know how the weather is. There is also no need to worry about the battery dying because it charges while you're on the go another plus, it can also charge your iPhone.
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40 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Maira on March 12, 2014
I am very disappointed with 4 moms and Origami stroller. I bought this stroller 1,5 year ago for my daughter that is 1,5 year. Among many kind of troubles with wheels stucked, battery and others mentioned in other reviews, now the stroller simply does not open. Even in manual mode. When I try to open it, it makes a terrible noise. I tried to contact 4 moms through e-mail since that I am no longer living in the USA (but my country has a 4 moms representant) and they said that they cannot do anything. Simply like that. My advice: Read all the reviews and wait until at least 2/3 years on market before buying a stroller. Trust a company that at least tries to solve mom's troubles, not creates more for them. This stroller costs a lot of money and should perform perfectly, but that is not what happens.
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17 of 22 people found the following review helpful By L. Arnecilla on July 23, 2014
I must admit - I loved my Origami the entire time it worked correctly. It looked bad-ass. It was a Transformer. The power fold/collapse was invaluable for trying to get the dog, the kid, and the stroller all down the stairs and ready to walk. My Origami and I had a year and a half of bliss...

...but then...

...if you are out of warranty (or are the second owner or something), they offer no solution to any technical problems. You can't buy replacement parts. You can't get a repair. What you CAN get is a discounted brand new stroller for over $300. My particular problem is a single metal piece that has broken. It's not a software glitch, or anything else complicated. It's a simple physical thing which I was willing to pay to replace, but I don't have that option because they won't sell it to me.

It never even occurred to me when selecting a luxury stroller that I might be unable to obtain service for it down the road. A simple Google search confirmed that just about every other stroller company out there offers replacement parts, and I would have never chosen this stroller if I had known. Be forewarned, friends.

(I do have to point out that 4moms customer service is amazing. They are responsive and seem to truly care. Unfortunately, this crappy policy decision has ruined an otherwise great company.)
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45 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Alice on May 6, 2012
I researched and studied many, many strollers before deciding on the 4moms origami. My initial "stroller infatuation" was with the Stokke Xplory, but living in an urban area I found its pros (height/direction of seat adjustable) were outweighed its cons (having to take off the seat to fold, complex fold, bulky and other issues), so I began looking into other strollers. The Origami is - obviously - a revolutionary stroller with its power folding mechanism. But, one nifty feature wasnt able to persuade me, so I checked it out in store and made a list of the pros and cons, as follows:

- Power folding Powerhouse: yep, that's the biggest draw. It folds in a jiffy, no work needed whatsoever. I also really like the fact that it has it's own push-powered generator. You can get additional accessories to charge your cell phone while walking (if you stop pushing, though, it stops charging). The electronic open/close mechanism is seamless, and very user-friendly.
- Full size, adaptable stroller: this is not a small, travel stroller: if you're looking for that, look elsewhere. It is a full size stroller, not exceptionally large but definitely not small. The seat is not reversible, however, when using the additional car seat adaptor, you can have baby facing you.
- Multi-functioning: works as your everyday stroller, travel system and almost-jogging stroller. The origami is not a jogging stroller, but tells you your speed as you walk, and it handles well when I jog with it on the sidewalk.
- Compact Fold: Hooray! One of my biggest complaints and issues with many strollers on the market is that you have to remove the seat when folding. This is true of most designer strollers, making them take up a lot of room in your trunk, hallway or garage.
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