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Madison Mommy here to introduce you to a new line of stroller sold exclusively at Walmart both online and in stores. A stroller can be a new moms dream or a new moms nightmare. While there are different requirements that each mother look for when purchasing or even receiving a stroller, one of the ones that I look for is that it must be lightweight and easy to fold. Originally living in NYC I took the subway and the buses quite often and one of the rule was that your stroller must be folded before getting on the bus. Now no-one likes waiting behind you while you’re struggling to fold that stroller because this is NY and everyone is in a rush. Living in an apartment building I also needed it to be lightweight because I had 3 flights of stairs to go up. With a sleeping baby in a stroller that 15lb stroller now becomes at least 30lbs or more. It was a nightmare! When I moved to Colorado and had Madison my requirements slightly changed. While I preferred it to be lightweight, it didn’t necessarily have to be but I still wanted it to be easy to fold but this time I wanted it to be cute. I drove everywhere and this was my way of saying, look at this stroller, isn’t it awesome! Introducing the Urbini line of strollers which has all that I mentioned and then some.
In an effort to provide stylish and adaptable products that help parents to care, protect, and nurture their babies, Urbini launched as a new brand with it’s first three products in the US debuting at Walmart stores earlier last year. Among them, was The Omni 3-in-One Travel System, which offers a variety of strolling options as your baby grows from nesting in an infant car seat, to relaxing in the cozy bassinet, to riding forward or parent facing in the convertible stroller seat. In it’s popularity at Walmart stores and online, the Omni 3-in-One Travel System sold out in just one month when first released and is now back in stock for other moms to enjoy this versatile product!
The Omni 3-in-1 Travel System offers a variety of stroller options with its numerous capabilities.
- Babies can lay comfortably in the detachable Petal Infant Car Seat or stay cozy in the built-in bassinet.
- Toddlers can ride forward or parent facing in the convertible stroller seat.
The Omni is definitely your all-in-one allowing you to transition for baby to toddlerhood without having to buy another stroller.
Check out the Omni in action:
The Omni Hummingbird:
The Hummingbird is the world’s lightest full-featured stroller with a one handed closing capability.
Now it seems that the Hummingbird has all that I would look for even now especially with a toddler. You want to be able to have one hand on your toddler and another on that stroller while closing it. No need to let go.
Check out the Hummingbird in action:
The Touri includes a stroller and Petal Infant Car Seat creating the ultimate on-the-go travel system. Perfect for moms with a limited budget, this is great since it has all the essentials. You’re definitely going to want that car seat for that trip home from the hospital.
With a stroller for all of your needs I would definitely recommend that moms, new and old alike check out the Urbini line of strollers. New moms especially would love the Omni 3-in-1 Travel System which has everything you’re going to need. Don’t forget they’re sold exclusively at Walmart so you may want to go in store and get hands on choose which one is best for you. Ranging in price $99 – $199, they are also very affordable.
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