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Zooper Waltz Stroller Review

Zooper is a designer and manufacturer of baby products that are “More than you think”! Their strollers include a full line of accessories with the purchase of the stroller rather than as extras.

Their strollers also offer “more space and comfort for baby, more convenience and more safety”. Their products are made to pass and exceed both US and European safety standards.

They offer 3 elite style of strollers along with 5 everyday strollers which includes a side-by-side double stroller. They also carry a hook on high chair as well as a easy to store and travel with high chair.

Zooper Waltz Stroller Review Zooper1
(Pictured is: Peek-in or out Sun Screened window, Compatible 
with Infant Stroller, Snack tray, Easy to assemble, Adjustable footrest)

I was able to review their Waltz Stroller which is LOADED with features! This stroller was SO easy to set up and after sliding a few things in place it was ready to go! It took less than 10 minutes to put together, including time to read the instructions!

It weights just 18 lbs and folds down to a compact 40″ long by 14″ deep and 21″ wide. Easy to fit in small trunk spaces and great for not taking up a huge amount of storage space either. This stroller also supports itself upright so you don’t have to find something to lean it up against or lay it flat.

This stroller is made for a newborn all the way up to a 55lb toddler. My 4 year old is only 37 pounds so we still have a LONG time we can use this stroller for all 3 boys.

It has front swivel or straight wheels with an easy one-touch lock. Both front and rear wheels have suspension tires. And MANY more features! The stroller also comes with a Sleeping bag attachment, sun shade, snack tray, and cup holder! Check out my video of some of the features!

I really love this stroller! It has everything I could ask for, plus so much more! One feature I didn’t really showcase in the video was the mesh screening it has that is attached.

You can zip away the sun shade and still have the mesh for your child’s protection. This is really neat because your child then can get good air flow and visibility while still being safe.

I love the ENORMOUS sun shade that is very versatile to be able to go all the way down and still allow the child to see out through the sun screened window.

This feature would be great for theme parks when your young child is ready for a nap or bed but you want to still visit the attractions. You could recline the seat back, pull the shade down, and cover the window to give your child privacy and block out some of the sounds and lights for them to be able to nap or rest.

Another feature I really love is the adjustable foot rest. You can make the stroller into a bassinet like enclosure by zipping up the sides or you can the foot rest down for an older child. You can also use the footrest straight out though for a child who’s legs are not yet long enough to bend down over the edge of the stroller.

This is perfect for those early sitting days around 6-9 months to support their legs. My favorite feature though, is that the Waltz stroller can work like a travel system and is compatible with most infant car seats.

Traditional travel systems are so heavy, large, bulky, and awkward. It is so nice though to be able to load up your child who may be asleep in their infant car seat without disturbing them. I highly recommend the Zooper line of strollers!

You can find Zooper strollers on their website on Amazon or use their store locator for additional locations both online and locally. The Waltz has a suggested retail price of $299.

*I received a Zooper Waltz Stroller for free to keep in order to try the product and form an opinion for this review. I was not compensated in any other manner. The opinions expressed above are my own and any claims should be verified on the sponsor’s site. Actual experience may vary. Thank you to the sponsor for allowing me to review their products and host this giveaway!


Monday 28th of March 2011

What infant seat are you using with the Waltz?


Thursday 3rd of February 2011

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