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Joovy Kooper Umbrella Stroller, Brownie

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  • Modern new style super compact umbrella fold buggy
  • Sleek new aluminum tubing, quick release wheels plus two adult cup holders and zippered pocket
  • Fabulous1680 D fabric on multilpe reclining position seat with two mesh pockets
  • Extra large deluxe sun canopy with window, Storage basket and one step linked parking brake
  • One-step link parking brake
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight22 pounds
Product Dimensions40.5 x 12 x 10 inches
UPC877408003083
Item model number308
Maximum weight recommendation50 Pounds
Additional product featuresCargo Basket, Canopy
OrientationForward Facing
Seating capacity1
Tire materialPlastic
SuspensionFront Wheel Spring Suspension
Wheel typeSwivel and Fixed
Number of reclining positions3
  
Additional Information
ASINB003H167BK
Best Sellers Rank #141,529 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight22 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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Product Description

Joovy Kooper Buggy is a new style umbrella stroller that is super compact. This umbrella folding stroller has sleek new aluminum tubing, quick release wheels, two adult cupholders and an extra large deluxe sun canopy with a window. The multiple reclining position seat is made of a fabulous 1680 D fabric and has two mesh pockets inside. Other features include deluxe light reflective five point harness with shoulder pads, a zippered pocket and one step linked parking brake. Comes with Mini Tool Box. Great for storing any miscellaneous items or your spare change. Overall dimensions: 4 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 2 3/4". The Mini Tool Box is shipped from a separate warehouse and will arrive within a few days of your order.

From the Manufacturer

Joovy Kooper Buggy is a new style umbrella stroller that is super compact. This umbrella folding stroller has sleek new aluminum tubing, quick release wheels, two adult cupholders and an extra large deluxe sun canopy with a window. The multiple reclining position seat is made of a fabulous 1680 D fabric and has two mesh pockets inside. Other features include deluxe light reflective five point harness with shoulder pads, a zippered pocket and one step linked parking brake.

Customer Reviews

Very easy to push.
P. Carboni
I returned the stroller and asked for another, thinking it was just a problem with that particular stroller.
Maggie
Overall, great quality stroller that I would recommend to friends and family!
Lisa P

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

105 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Adriane L. Meeus on May 9, 2010
I know this is long, but I really wanted to highlight this stroller and some of the features we didn't even know about until after we got it. We purchased this stroller after a few weeks of research. As many other people have done before, we were ready to move on from the huge car seat/stroller combo and get a more compact set of baby wheels with some style.

After considering the Peg Perego P3 Pliko (USED mind you wow $$$), the 3 wheeling Jeep, the Kolcraft Contours 4 wheeler (this came in very close second but only comes in orange and my husband vetoed that color outright) and the Gogo Babyz Urban I found myself going back to this one over and over. Finally we hit a store that carried it to give it a spin. My husband was sure he wouldn't like it, but after putting our 11 month old daughter in it for a test drive as well as messing with many of the other strollers there, we left the store with a Brownie Kooper and are extremely satisfied. Including the husband.

So here are the pros and cons of what we consider a spectacular find. If you want quick why we love it just shoot to the end!

Pros:

LIGHT weight and folds very compact. Our (awesome) Graco system takes up the entire trunk area of the station wagon. We had it with us when we purchased the Kooper and so we had almost no room back there. So we put the Kooper in the backseat and it fit in between our 7 yo daughter and our 11 month old in her huge car seat.

Comfy with baby in mind. The seat doesn't let your kid slouch and is well padded but solid firmness for back support. I can't stand umbrella strollers on average because of how kids have to sit in them. Not a problem here.
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81 of 86 people found the following review helpful By BUSYMAMAX5 on June 30, 2009
I spent many months and countless hours researching strollers for my 20 lb., 10 month old daughter who has outgrown her infant carseat that I used with the Graco Snap-N-Go(which I love as well).This is going to be our only stroller and plan to use it until she no longer needs to ride in one. I looked/compared them in stores (the ones they carry here in stores at least, which isn't alot unfortunately) as well as read and watched what must of been thousands of reviews online. This is for my 5th child so I have used many different strollers in the past, none of which I liked very much. I had finally narrowed it down to just two... the Kooper and the Baby Jogger City Mini. They are very similar but a few differences are the City Mini's fold (very easy, 1-step), you can add different accessories to it (belly bar, snack tray), as well as a one piece handle bar, all of which I loved. After a lot of negative reviews though about the seat in the City Mini(very little to no support, doesn't sit up straight/lays back at angle even when in upright position and my child likes to sit up and see what's going on), straps hard to adjust/tighten on little ones, can tip backwards very easily when seat is fully reclined, it doesn't stand on it's own when folded/has to lay flat and it is about 24 inches wide... not good for the back of my minivan, as well as the Kopper was substancially cheaper being that it was on sale, I decided the Kooper was the better choice for us and I am so glad I did! My daughter absolutely loves this stoller as well as the rest of the family.Read more ›
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Adriane L. Meeus on May 9, 2010
Color Name: Brownie
I know this is long, but I really wanted to highlight this stroller and some of the features we didn't even know about until after we got it. We purchased this stroller after a few weeks of research. As many other people have done before, we were ready to move on from the huge car seat/stroller combo and get a more compact set of baby wheels with some style.

After considering the Peg Perego P3 Pliko (USED mind you wow $$$), the 3 wheeling Jeep, the Kolcraft Contours 4 wheeler (this came in very close second but only comes in orange and my husband vetoed that color outright) and the Gogo Babyz Urban I found myself going back to this one over and over. Finally we hit a store that carried it to give it a spin. My husband was sure he wouldn't like it, but after putting our 11 month old daughter in it for a test drive as well as messing with many of the other strollers there, we left the store with a Brownie Kooper and are extremely satisfied. Including the husband.

So here are the pros and cons of what we consider a spectacular find. If you want quick why we love it just shoot to the end!

Pros:

LIGHT weight and folds very compact. Our (awesome) Graco system takes up the entire trunk area of the station wagon. We had it with us when we purchased the Kooper and so we had almost no room back there. So we put the Kooper in the backseat and it fit in between our 7 yo daughter and our 11 month old in her huge car seat.

Comfy with baby in mind. The seat doesn't let your kid slouch and is well padded but solid firmness for back support. I can't stand umbrella strollers on average because of how kids have to sit in them. Not a problem here.
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