Famous for her mammoth Mother’s Day giveaway show, Ellen Degeneres did not disappoint today when she presented her pregnant audience with $8,000 worth of gear for their new babies; gifting some incredible products like a sleep number bed, a $1,300 gift card from Shutterfly, 2 Britax car seats; the B-Safe & The Boulevard 70 CS, the 4Moms Mamaroo and their sensational power folding stroller the Origami.
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We are very happy to introduce you to, Canadian stroller company, Guzzie+Guss. They have prided themselves on uncompromising quality and functionality without sacrificing price. They have worked closely with consumers on get their feedback on what they’d like to see in the perfect stroller while also working directly with leading designers and manufacturers from around the world to perfect their stroller line.
The designers at bugaboo have been very busy. Just 3 days after we reported they have collaborated with Mini Rodini on an adorable Panda themed stroller, they have introduced their new Neon POP Collection.
Disney Baby announced this week that they have teamed up with Graco to launch the Minnie Mouse collection by Graco, a new line featuring five products; a stroller, infant car seat, highchair, play yard and a Sweet Snuggle Swing.
One of our favorite lifestyle brands bugaboo announced today that they have launched their first issue of BOO Magazine. An e-zine that is downloadable for the iPad, this gorgeous magazine is a must read for any bugaboo fan.
For many parents getting around with 2 is a challenge because they are short on space at their home or they prefer to not have to push a long or wide double stroller. With it’s compact fold and ‘stadium’ seating design, the Kinderwagon Hop stroller solves both these issues, while giving 2 kids a comfortable ride.
Britax has announced a voluntary safety recall on their the Chaperone Infant Car Seat.
While no injuries have been reported, Britax has determined that the rivet used to attach the harness adjuster to the shell may have been improperly installed.
Bumbleride has identified a safety concern affecting a small percentage of their customers (0.1%) regarding the front wheels of certain Indie and Indie Twin models. They have learned that there is a possibility that the front wheel can crack or break at the central axle hub, resulting in a potential tipping and fall hazard.