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Zooper Waltz Stroller, Olive Waves

by Zooper

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  • Super easy flat folding design makes getting it in and out of the car a breeze
  • Napper canopy rotates in front of the stroller seat to block direct sun and is suitable for newborns and toddlers up to 55 pounds
  • One-hand operated fully reclining backrests means no sudden jolts for a napping child
  • Included infant carrier security strap makes stroller compatible with select car seats USA
  • Year of manufacture is 2010
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Technical Details
Item Weight17 pounds
Product Dimensions33 x 21 x 40 inches
UPC833427004746
Item model numberWaltz
Maximum weight recommendation55 Pounds
Additional product featuresCargo Basket, Canopy, Grab Bumper Bar
OrientationForward Facing
Seating capacity1
Tire materialPlastic
Wheel typeSwivel and Fixed
Number of reclining positions4
  
Additional Information
ASINB002AS9MEU
Best Sellers Rank #172,354 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight26 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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This stroller is lightweight, highly maneuverable, folds flat in a snap, is designed for newborn infants, yet roomy enough for large toddlers, has one-hand steering, accepts select infant car seats, and even comes with a child tray and a cup holder. What more do you need?

Product Description

This stroller is lightweight highly maneuverable folds flat in a snap is designed for a newborn infants yet roomy enough for large toddlers has one-hand steering accepts select infant car seats and even comes with a child tray and a cup holder What more do you need Super easy flat folding design makes getting it in and out of the car a breeze.

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Easy to use, very well designed, super sturdy.
Matthias Imboden
Try look for some videos on YouTube and you will have a better idea how great the Zooper Stroller works...!
Eduardo S
Both great but when we tried them in-store they seemed bulky and heavy.
J. Peters

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By J. Peters on October 29, 2009
Like most new mothers I fretted over which stroller to purchase. I did a ton of research. I found the book Baby Bargains very helpful in terms of selecting a stroller. Our criteria - we wanted something that had all the bells and whistles but was small and compact. We considered the Chicco and Graco travel systems. Both great but when we tried them in-store they seemed bulky and heavy. In addition, I wanted something more stylish. We looked at the Uppa Baby. A friend raved about it but at $500+ it was hard to justify purchasing. We actually tried the Zooper because the salesperson recommended it. It was smaller/more compact than the travel systems, had lot's great features, easy to open/close, good maneuverability, and most importantly - stylish. We've had the Zooper for nine months now and love it. It is a great stroller and we always get lot's of compliments on it. The one latch release to open the stroller is great. It's also easy to close. Sometimes when closing it catches on the brake set but I find that this is due to the front wheels not lined up. When closed the stroller is easy to handle as well. We used the Zooper with our Chicco carseat for the first four months. Fit great! Now that my son is old enough to sit in it he seems to like it. Easy to recline - a one latch release so you can take it to a sit position down to a full recline very easily. Also, the canopy shade is great - it is huge and provides great coverage. All of the extras like a foot cover, cup holder, tray, lot's of storage underneath. The stroller provides a smooth ride and is easy to maneuver. In a nutshell - I would highly recommend this stroller. It's worth every penny!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Judy on June 16, 2010
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I just received the zooper waltz and took it out of the box. Boy... it it short!! My 19 month-old boy is skinny for his age and average height for his age. The zooper waltz is too short for him! The seat is roomy sideways but when he leans back on the seat, his torso is longer than the backrest. The specs says it is suitable for from birth to 55 LBs. Well, I think while the frame is sturdy enough for a 55 LB child the size of the seat is too short for my 19 month 24 LB boy. Also, he seems cramped and uncomfortable because there is not a lot of room after the child tray is installed. Did I get a defective unit? On the other hand, I think Zooper waltz is great for infant because the seat reclines to COMPLETE FLAT(very very flat). I have a Zooper twist, which is actually more your toddler umbrella stroller, but it doesn't have a child tray. Here are pros and cons of zooper:

Pros:
excellent value: it comes with footmuff, parent cup holder, rain cover, sunshield
awesome canopy: when seat is upright, the canopy comes down to the child's knee. A peekaboo window allows the child to see outside when the canopy is completely extended. There is a pouch on the canopy for storage.
Single-hand recline mechanism.
zooper twist is lightweight. zopper waltz is stylish for newborn.

Cons:
The wheels rattle a little. they still run smoothly, just rattle slightly.
Basket is impossible to access when seat is fully reclined(most strollers are this way though)
No diaper hooks like the peg peregos. So diaper bag tends to slide downwards.

My conclusion:
Zooper watlz is only for infant.
Zooper twist is an excellent umbrella stroller.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Lego Mom on August 7, 2009
Color Name: Red Waves
We love our Zooper stroller. For our older son we had an older model Zooper (he is now 6) (we went through a Graco Travel System and several umbrellas before we found Zooper) and I didn't want anything else for the next one. We still have the older Zooper and plan to use it for trips and such but wanted a newer one for everyday use. It is fantastic, easy to use, lightweight and comes with all the bells and whistles you usually have to pay extra for. The best features in comparison to other strollers of the same type are the cushy seat that makes naptime in strollers very easy, the extended canopy to completely block the sun if needed, the infant car seat compatibility, and bonus items (comes with a rain shield, sun shield, and winter boot). You can also convert the seat to a psuedo-bassinet when fully reclined by zipping up the foot rest. I can't say enough good things about this product which we loved 6 years ago and has only gotten better!
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8 of 12 people found the following review helpful By T. Mathers on May 27, 2010
Color Name: Red Waves
After much research and reviews I stumbled upon the Zooper Waltz. Unfortunately I did not pay attention to the warranty information. Specifically the part about the warranty may not be honored if bought on ebay. We have a jogging stroller but I wanted something smaller to use in the neighborhood but was bigger than an umbrella. I bid on then won and had it shipped to a friend in the States.

I have to say that overall I'm impressed and love the Zooper and all the extras that come with it. The unfortunate part which is why I'm only giving it three stars is that after having it for only two months when I tried to recline the seat one day the cable snapped. Being a secondary stroller it's not overused or abused. And it doesn't seem that the warranty will cover it since it wasn't bought in Canada at a store but purchased online in the States. And apparently it cannot be fixed. So this is the most expensive short term use of a stroller ever.

Just wanted to say that two months after writing this, we still use the stroller quite often and Zooper sent me a work around to be able to adjust the seat. Not a great work around and would rather use the handle but it does work and we are still able to use it.
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