In this blog post, we'll go through the benefits of both air-filled and puncture-free wheels so that you can make an informed decision about which wheels are best for you and your child.
Air-filled vs Puncture-free?
When it comes to choosing wheels for a stroller, there are two main options to choose from: air-filled wheels and puncture-free wheels. Both of these options have their advantages and disadvantages, and it's important to choose the wheels that best suit your needs and circumstances.
ALU S AIR with AIR wheels
Air-filled wheels are the most traditional option and are the wheels that you see on most strollers. These wheels are generally made of rubber and are filled with air, which gives them a soft and comfortable ride. Air-filled wheels are great on uneven and rough surfaces because they provide excellent shock absorption, making it comfortable for your child to ride in the stroller. They are also easy to change the tires and can be adjusted to different conditions and terrains. The obvious disadvantage of air-filled wheels is that they can puncture, but you can visit your local stroller or bike shop to get it fixed.
SENTO PRO with puncture-free wheels
Puncture-free wheels are a newer option that has become increasingly popular in recent years. These wheels are made of plastic or rubber and are filled either with air or with a foam filling that prevents them from breaking or puncturing when driving over hard objects. Puncture-free wheels are great for parents who are often out and about and who don't want to worry about the wheels breaking or puncturing. They are also great for strollers that are used on city streets and in parks, where you often drive over hard objects that can damage the wheels. Did you know that Emmaljunga's puncture-free wheels are built with a casing and contain only air inside? It's an eco-friendly option that provides a similar feeling to air-filled wheels.
The Perfect Balance of Urban and Natural Adventures
When choosing between air-filled and puncture-free wheels for a stroller, it's important to consider your needs and circumstances. Air-filled wheels are great for uneven and rough terrain, while puncture-free wheels are suitable for all terrains. The choice largely depends on personal preferences and circumstances, so it's important to think through your needs and choose the wheels that best suit you.