BEST LIGHTWEIGHT STROLLERS
Having a baby is a difficult thing on its own. Then you factor in all the controversial decisions you have to make and the expensive things you need to buy- it gets out of hand QUICK!
You might be asking yourself, “do I need a stroller?”
A stroller is a must have item, it’s one thing I wouldn’t recommend going without. Even if you won’t be going for walks with your stroller (on pavement or down gravel roads), it’s still nice to have one that can fold into your vehicle so you can walk your baby comfortably to and from the vehicle when you get to certain destinations (like the mall, the park, a long way through a parking lot.)
They’re especially necessary if you’re traveling with young kids.
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You do NOT, I repeat do NOT need to spend anywhere near the $500-$1000 range for a stroller. In fact, that’s crazy town
You can find some awesome deals on strollers, you just need to know how to find them! Like this site– unreal.
Aside from just getting a good deal, there are a lot of strollers that are under a hundred dollars without being on sale and great quality.
What Is A Good Cheap Compact Stroller?
If you’re searching for a cheap and compact stroller, I’m guessing you’re going on a trip or needing it for quick trips to and from the vehicle. These are the top 3 cheap strollers for travel!
Best Strollers Under $100:
This list has rounded up the best cheap baby strollers from around the web!
1. Summer 3D Lite Convenience Stroller, Grey
- It may not be long before the bars start coming through the fabric.
- Not great for bigger toddlers.
- Canopy isn’t large enough for full sun coverage.
- May not last long before needing to be replaced.
- Lightweight and compactness.
- How far back it reclines.
- The huge storage area underneath.