Reviewed by Cari
I had been anxiously awaiting the arrival of the Baby Planet stroller and when it came, it more than lived up to all the hype. My daughter is seven months old now so I am ready to retire our travel system and move to something more compact, yet I still want many of the big stroller’s amenities. My Tiger-themed Solo has it all!
This is a great compact stroller that balances a lightweight, compact aluminum frame with durability, convenience and comfort. It has everything big strollers offer; peek-a-boo canopy, cushioned five-point harness, adjustable back and leg supports, stylish design, ergo-fit handles, storage basket, parent cup holder, and easy-roll 6” wheels; yet it folds up to the size of a small mall stroller. My favourite part? The handles… I couldn’t believe how comfortable they are! My daughter has been loving her new ride, too.
The Endangered Species Line offers five new, distinctly stylish options for the Solo Sport with an environmental theme; the green Lemur Leaf Frog, the orange Monarch Butterfly, the grey Rhinoceros, the white Snow Leopard, and the orange Tiger. All five are beautifully designed and tastefully represent each of the featured species. The tiger design features a black background with tiger print accents, a paw print, and a picture of the species. Visit Baby Planet’s website to view the other designs.
Assembly and Use
Assembly is a snap. Pop on the wheels, unfold the stroller, fasten the canopy and you’re all set! Folding and unfolding simply requires latching or unlatching two safety levers with your foot and takes just seconds to do. The cushioned seat and straps can be removed and re-attached easily if you need to wash them, and the frame, canopy and basket can simply be washed using a sponge or cloth.
As if all the previously mentioned features weren’t enough, Baby Planet goes above and beyond in the name of Mother Earth. They not only provide awareness of five species whose existence or habitat is threatened, but also make an annual donation to the Wildlife Conservation Society and have committed the proceeds from the sale of the Endangered Species Line to WCS. After visiting their website, I was also very impressed by their recycling program. Baby Planet offers to take your retired strollers and donate them to families in need, or if your stroller is out of commission, they will recycle it for you to minimize the impact of discarded consumer products on our landfills.
I can’t say enough about Baby Planet’s Endangered Species Line. I love our Tiger stroller for its stylish design, compact convenience, luxury features and environmental conscience. Another feature that makes it tops on my list? The price… you get everything that other, more expensive strollers have to offer for less than $200… and a portion of the price goes to the Wildlife Conservation Society. What’s not to love? Get yours today before they become an endangered species!
*Because of this strollers popularity and the earthquakes in China all models of this stroller are currently sold out everywhere.