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  2. Baby Earth
  3. Stroller Depot
  4. Baby Cubby
  5. Giggle
  6. A Baby
  7. S & D Kids
  8. My Strollers

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Baby Strollers Better Business Bureau Reliability Seal

At the top of every new parentís wish list is a stroller. From the most basic umbrella-type model that allows for easy traveling, to jogging styles that can help Mom and Dad to get (back) into shape, having the right stroller can be a life-saver.

Gone are the days of the bulky carriage - though you can still find those if you like the classic look. Todayís strollers can be as sleek and functional as you could possibly want, with travel systems that allow you to snap your babyís car seat right into the frame, accessories like cup holders (for baby and for Mom!) and sun shades, and even organizers to keep your diapers, wipes, and snacks all in the right place.

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2018

Baby Strollers

5 stars
Babies R Us

BABIES R USTopConsumerReviews.com Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

Babies "R" Us is one of the best online stroller stores in the industry. Shoppers will find a fantastic assortment of strollers - and other baby gear - at the best possible prices. As part of the world-famous Toys "R" Us brand, Babies "R" Us is our top choice for Baby Strollers. Read More... Visit
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4.5 stars
Buy Buy Baby

BUY BUY BABY

Whether you're shopping online or at one of Buybuy Baby's retail locations nationwide, you'll have access to more than 700 different types of strollers. A 1-year return policy and BBB's price-match guarantee on their already-low prices make Buybuy Baby a good choice for your stroller shopping.
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4 stars
Baby Earth

BABY EARTH

BabyEarth strives to "[make] baby's world as healthy, happy, and safe as possible". Shoppers will find 150 strollers to choose from, with many premium brands and styles. BabyEarth has an excellent reputation for quality customer service, making them a solid choice for buying a stroller.
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3.5 stars
Stroller Depot

STROLLER DEPOT

If you like the thought of supporting a family-owned business that focuses primarily on strollers and car seats, you'll want to check out Stroller Depot. The employees at their showroom in Colorado can answer your questions about every stroller model they carry based on their first-hand knowledge of the features and benefits of what they sell. While their selection is not as robust as other stores in our review, their focus on hard-to-find double, triple, and even quadruple strollers might be a plus for shoppers with larger families.
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3.5 stars
Baby Cubby

BABY CUBBY

Baby Cubby has 100+ strollers to choose from, primarily in higher-end brands like Stokke and Bumbleride. Free shipping and a price match guarantee may save you money over the competition, but be aware that Baby Cubby is still working out some bugs with respect to their website.
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3.5 stars
Giggle

GIGGLE

Giggle aims to give parents the "best of the best": every product they sell has been chosen for being healthy, innovative, travel-friendly, responsible, happy, and/or "best basics". But, this "curated" inventory means that some customers may not find the brands and styles they expect from a retailer of strollers.
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2.5 stars
A Baby

A BABY

aBaby carries a small selection of strollers, in addition to their primary focus on baby furniture and decor. At the time of our review, aBaby maintained an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, though some customer reviews describe waiting months for orders to be sent.
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2 stars
S & D Kids

S & D KIDS

Brooklyn-based S&D Kids is well-known in the NYC metro area for school uniforms, but they also carry several brands of strollers, such as Baby Jogger, Delta, and more. The website is clunky to use and could use some updating, but it may be worth the hassle if you happen to find the stroller you need.
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2 stars
My Strollers

MY STROLLERS

Although the My Strollers website is no-frills, parents of special needs children/adults will be thrilled to find a selection of strollers that can accommodate them, along with many of the traditional brands and styles you'd expect to find. With a price match guarantee and free shipping on all orders over $50, My Strollers might save you some money when shopping for a new stroller. However, customer complaints and a revoked accreditation by the Better Business Bureau indicate that there may be issues with your order.
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On the other hand, finding that perfect stroller at your local store isn't always easy; most brick-and-mortar stores carry a limited range of styles and brands, making it necessary to drive from one end of town to the other to get the model you want. And, if you're a parent of a child with special needs - or of twins, triplets, and more! - it can be even more challenging to find the specialty stroller you're looking for.

Fortunately, online shopping has simplified the entire process, with numerous brands, styles, and prices just a mouse click away. Many retailers will sweeten your stroller deal by including free shipping or store rewards, especially on the more expensive models. If you're shopping for a friend or family member, most online stores have gift registries, ensuring that you get the exact model your recipient wants.

With so many stores competing for your attention, how can you know where to buy your stroller? As you look at what each online retailer has to offer, keep the following criteria in mind:

  • Prices. Compared with other stores selling strollers, are the prices competitive? Is there a price match guarantee if you find a lower price somewhere else? Will your stroller ship for free?
  • Selection. Does the store offer a wide variety of strollers to choose from?
  • Customer Service. Do other shoppers have positive things to say about the help received from the retailer's customer service representatives? Is it easy to contact the store with any questions or concerns?
  • Return Policy. Can you return the stroller if, for some reason, it doesn't meet your expectations? If so, will there be a restocking fee?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best Stroller stores available today. We hope these reviews help you and your little one get rolling along smoothly and safely!

Mother pushed 3-month-old daughter's stroller toward street and ran off as police tried to question her, prosecutors say

A woman pushed her 3-month-old daughter's stroller toward a street on the West Side and ran off as detectives sought to question her about the baby's disappearance, Cook County prosecutors said Thursday. Detectives grabbed the stroller with the baby ...

Published:  Thu, 24 May 2018 15:09:00 GMT



Strollers recalled because babies could be strangled by armrest

The Jane Muum strollers violate the federal Stroller and Carriage standard because a baby could pass through the opening between the stroller armrest and the seat bottom and get their head or neck entrapped by the armrest, posing entrapment and ...

Published:  Fri, 25 May 2018 12:04:00 GMT



Recalls this week: strollers, compact utility loaders

"Jane" and "Muum," ''Jane USA LLC," ''Muum US 5399US/S85" or "S47," ''S49," ''S46" are printed on a label on the leg of the stroller. They were sold at Albee Baby, Baby World, Kidsland, Toys R US, Dainty Baby, USA Baby stores and other stores nationwide ...

Published:  Fri, 25 May 2018 11:09:00 GMT



Jane Recalls Muum Strollers Due to Strangulation and Entrapment Hazard

Additionally, the recall underscores the danger of buying baby gear secondhand, without a product registration card. Even if a previous owner registered a stroller, high chair, or car seat, in most cases they'll have no way of contacting someone who buys ...

Published:  Fri, 25 May 2018 13:58:00 GMT



Strollers, phone chargers recalled due to injury risk

There have been no injuries reported in connection with the strollers. The strollers were sold at Albee baby, Baby World, Kidsland, Toys R Us, Dainty Baby, USA Baby and other stores nationwide for less than $450. Consumers should immediately stop using the ...

Published:  Sat, 26 May 2018 01:54:00 GMT



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