Stokke Scoot

from Stokke
RRP  £529.00

by motherandbaby |
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The Stokke Scoot is a neat, stylish pushchair. It’s spacious, easy to push, lightweight and folds compactly. The handle is adjustable and the chair fabric is great quality. It comes in a nice array of colours and is very sturdy.

The shopping tray is big but too shallow – things are likely to slide out, and the hood is fairly small. It does recline (although it could do with more positions) but in spite of a foot rest, children’s feet do tend to dangle when asleep.

It’s an expensive product but highly recommended.

The new Stokke Racing Style Kits (RRP £99) is a bright selection of colourways, inspired by European race cars - high octane Green, Red, Yellow, and Blue. We love the chequered flag details.

Product Information

  • Two-way seat with 3 positions each way: Acitve, Rest, and Sleep

  • Adjustable rotation handle with 3 positions in use and 1 completed folded position for compact folding

  • Large foam filled rubber tires with built in suspension for a smooth ride and no risk of puncturing

  • Locakable swivel wheels that make it easy to maneuver in tight spaces

  • Adjustable footrest that can be adpated when baby grows

  • Spacious shopping basket with easy access from all sides

  • Roomy seat with superior ergonomics and adjustable hardness for baby comfort

  • High seat position to bring the child to tables in cafes/restaurants

  • Oversized canopy with UPF 50+ for protection

  • Ventilation both on canopy and on the side in sleeping position

  • Compact folding and easy to carry.

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