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4moms Origami Stroller in Blue
About the Product
- Power-Folding It's the world's first power-folding stroller: at the touch of a button, it folds itself. To open or close the stroller, just push that button and relax while the rest takes care of itself.
- Four Cup Holders With two cup holders in the handlebar and two more in the seat, there's plenty of room for water bottles, lattes, or sippy cups
- Two-Step Fold So you won't do it by accident, folding the Origami takes two (easy) steps: turn the activation ring, then push the button. There's also a hidden lock switch to thwart those curious toddlers.
- Reflective Piping The Origami's reflective piping adds to the stroller's nighttime visibility, and glows like a halo in photos taken at the right angle. Safe and cool!
- Seat Recline Just adjust the strap to take the Origami's seat upright at 72° to comfortably reclined at 40°. For newborn seating options, please see Accessories
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Strollers are all the same and haven?t changed for decades. That?s why 4moms developed the Origami power-folding stroller.
Top Customer Reviews
By Jun Liu on November 22, 2014
The central frame suddenly broke apart on the street, with our daughter (26 months & 24.6 pounds) on it. Luckily she wasn't hurt but scared. We contacted the 4moms customer service. They offered no extended warranty but a discount to buy a new one. So, for your kid's safety, I recommend you buy a new one every two years.
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