Origami Power Folding Stroller by 4Moms

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Before you write this thing off as “just another stroller,” we should warn you that the 4Moms Origami Stroller could be the most badass stroller on planet Earth.

Just days after presenting the Longboard Stroller, we now take a look at the tech infused offering from the designers at 4Moms. This power folding stroller has been outfitted with everything a baby could ask for from an LCD dashboard with thermometer, speedometer, and USB plug-in for smartphone charging all the way down to the Daytime running lights and pathway lights used to illuminate the road ahead. Four wheel suspension paired with a reclining seat back will keep your little one comfortable all day, but what powers all this madness? Batteries? Solar power? No way, this thing charges itself as the wheels turn during your daily outing.  Of course you can’t expect all this luxury to come cheap though. Pick yours up for around $850 from Amazon.

Origami Power Folding Stroller by 4Moms 1

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