Stokke has launched two new pushchair travel systems – the Crusi and the Scoot.
The Stokke Crusi has a high seat – similar to Stokke’s Xplory pushchair. This brings baby and parent closer together and, Stokke believes, encourages interaction and bonding.
It can also convert to become a double pushchair for a baby and toddler or two toddlers by adding the Crusi Sibling seat. This can be used alongside the Crusi carrycot or the Crusi seat.
Stokke is best known for its Tripp Trapp high chair which you can read about in our Tripp Trapp review and it’s Xplory pushchair which you can read about in our review.
Stokke Crusi pushchair – features and price
The pushchair’s features include a seat that can be turned to face forwards and backwards, a height-adjustable handle and a spacious-looking shopping basket. We examine and rate the ease of use of these features in our rigorous lab tests.
The Stokke Crusi can be turned into a travel system with the addition of the Besafe iZi Sleep or iZi Go infant car seats.
The Crusi costs £879 and it’s another £269 if you want the carrycot. This is even more expensive than the Bugaboo Donkey, one of the priciest pushchairs we’ve ever tested, as the Bugaboo includes the carrycot within the package price of £899.
We’re looking forward to getting the Crusi into our lab to see how it compares.
Stokke Scoot pushchair – features and price
The Scoot is a lighter weight pushchair that Stokke says is particularly well designed for urban streets and public transport.
The Scoot promises a one-handed fold, a reversible seat, suspension, a push-on-and-off footbrake, a height-adjustable handle and a roomy shopping basket.
The Scoot costs £549 and is compatible with the Besafe iZi Go car seat.
Both the Crusi and the Scoot will be available in November.
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