Review: Stokke Xplory

January 27, 2013 at 8:54 pm | Posted in Reviews | 2 Comments
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As regular readers will know, we are overjoyed to be parents once again.

And new baby equals a new buggy to road test.

This time we’re putting the Stokke Xplory to the test and for those who want to quick facts, here goes.


– It’s revolutionary in terms of design and usability.

– It will last you from newborn to walking – you’ll only ever need one pushchair.  It grows with your child.

– It’s incredibly easy to push with one hand.

– It’s quick and easy to fold down in two movements.

– The seat can be forward or rear facing.

– The beauty of having your baby facing you at your height is just lovely.  As such, it’s dubbed the ultimate connection stroller.

– The base bag fits in everything you could possibly need.

– The hood and rain cover are perfect for British weather.

– You can push the Stokke Xplory through snow – and pull a sledge at the same time (I did!).

– The extras such as the footmuff and buggy board are well worth looking at.

– It costs from £699 – Stokke Xplory on the Kiddisave website


To finish off – a buggy is a worthwhile investment, we all know that.  What we don’t realise until we have a bad one is that it can be the difference between getting to the shops/school/friends with a smile – or not.  Getting stuck on kerbs, the buggy tipping up under the weight of shopping, a wheel not going round properly, a handle snapping off.  It all causes unnecessary stress.  Rest assured, with a Stokke you’re never going to get anything but slightly smug joy out of pushing it.  Well, you have a beautiful baby, they deserve something beautiful to ride in.

Still not convinced?  Watch this and you will be.

The finer details:


  • Chassis with seat 12,1 kg/26.5 lbs
  • Chassis with carry cot 12,1 kg/26.5 lbs
  • Chassis 8.3 kg/18,3 lbs


  • Length: 75 – 102 cm.
    Depending on if you are using Carry Cot/Seat,
    and the height of the handle.
  • Height: 89 – 123 cm
    Depending on how you adjust the height of the
    Carry Cot/Seat.

This is a sponsored post.  We were given the Stokke Xplory to review. I stick to the bloggers with integrity code to only post honest and open reviews.


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