Given the current situation, stepping out other than for essentials is unthinkable, let alone bring your youngling out for a walk in a baby stroller. At this point, if your very young needs to transit to somewhere, you probably will want to use a Death Stranding-inspired baby carrier pod like one dude is doing.
Here’s a LEGO MOC that’s a departure from the norm. It is a baby stroller, made entirely out of LEGO Technic elements – saved for the seat portion (which like it is of nylon, pulled from an actual stroller). It is worthy of a mention because, who would have thought of making a baby stroller […]
Traveling with a baby means juggling with essentials like a stroller and at least a suitcase. You can either learn to cope with it, or you could get yourself a Born To Fly Baby, a carryon suitcase/baby stroller hybrid that will relief you of that awful struggle. Already, it sounds like a brilliant idea that […]
Autonomous vehicles are the buzz words of 2015 and they will be for many more years to come until it becomes roadworthy, but before that could happen, a startup wants to make baby stroller autonomous. The idea is, pushing your baby around relegates you to, well, just pushing. You can push and run so you […]
Here’s another Super Fan Builds by prop maker Tim Baker and team. This time, the super fan chosen was Josh Earl who is a mega fan of the Cape Crusader and a father of one. How big is he a fan? Very big. As judged by the massive Batman-related collection leading to and in his […]
there’s nothing sissy about pushing your little one around in a baby stroller, unless the pram in question happens to be of Barbie’s design (there’s no way we are going to look like Ken. no freaking way). however, in any case if you feel that you belongs to the 33 percent British dads who felt embarrassed pushing a conventional prams
want to be the coolest mum or dad on the block? then be sure to look out for the Longboard Stroller, a concept stroller conjured up by stroller specialist Quinny and design agency Studio Peter van Riet that defies the norm of a stroller design by incorporating a baby stroller to a longboard. but why a longboard with a stroller?
stroller is an absolute help to parents but one thing for sure is its rather cumbersome way of collapsing and unfolding them and i have a gut feeling that this is what 4mom’s origami has aim…