Choose the best stroller for you and your family
Choosing the right stroller is not easy.
With our stroller guide, we will clarify the concepts and help you find the best stroller for you and your needs.
Where can i compare Emmaljunga strollers?
Head over to the Compare section and find out the differenc between Emmaljunga strollers.
Where can i test drive strollers?
Visit your local Emmaljunga Partner and try out the best stroller model for you
What is the difference between a classic seat and an ergonomic seat?
A classic seat is also called a FLAT, which means that the seat can be folded into a lying position. The seat plate is always in a flat position, but the backrest and footrest can be adjusted independently of each other. One of the advantages of FLAT is that the child can be placed in a flat lying position. Another advantage is that this seat is generally slightly wider and more spacious for the child.
In an ergonomic seat, the seat surface always retains its shape even when the backrest is adjusted. This means that the seat is always in a reclined position.
The advantage of our ERGO seat is that the weight is slightly lower, and it also differs aesthetically from the Flat seat.
However, there can be a lot of difference between different children. Some children can rest best in the ergonomic position while others need to lie flat. We recommend visiting an Emmaljunga Partner and trying out what is best for your child.
How to choose a stroller
Are you shopping for a stroller for the first time? Not sure whether to choose an ergonomic or classic seat? Here are our tips on how to choose a safe stroller and what to consider. The right stroller can be a great help in everyday life.
In this guide, we will go over important things to consider when buying a stroller, and provide tips and advice on how to choose the right stroller for your needs.
ERGO vs FLAT Seat Unit
Choosing between a classic seat unit and an ergonomic? Compare to find out the difference
Compact fold and lightweight
Fully lie-flat for child to lay straight
Choose your SENTO stroller
SENTO, SENTO PRO or SENTO MAX. Which suits you and your family the best?
28 / 21
31 / 23
31 / 23
Without wheels (LxWxH):72x51x23 cm
Without wheels (LxWxH):72x51x23 cm
Without wheels (LxWxH): 84 / 51 / 22 cm
Lightweight and agile
Lightweight and All-terrain
Robust and strong
What should I look for in a stroller for off-road use?
When choosing a stroller for off-road use, you should look for the following features:
- Tough tires: Tires with good traction and shock absorption will help you navigate rough terrain. Choose between Air wheels and Puncture-free wheels.
- All-Wheel suspension: Suspension can help to smooth out bumps and jolts.
- Sturdy frame: A sturdy frame will help to keep your stroller stable on uneven surfaces.
What are some of the benefits of a stroller made by Emmaljunga?
Emmaljunga strollers are known for their high quality, durability, and safety. They are also designed to be easy to use and maneuver.
Emmaljunga also manufactures in Sweden and Europe and has a unique focus on sustainability.
When buying a stroller, it is important to consider the following factors:
Your child's age and size. A stroller that is suitable for a newborn baby will not be the same as a stroller that is suitable for a toddler or preschooler.
Your lifestyle and everyday needs. Do you live in a city or a rural area? Do you have a lot of stairs to climb? Do you often travel?
The terrain you will be using the stroller on. If you live in a city, you will need a stroller that is easy to maneuver in tight spaces. If you live in a rural area, you will need a stroller that can handle rough terrain.
Once you have considered these factors, you can start narrowing down your options. Here are some of the different types of strollers available:
Combi strollers are the most versatile type of stroller. They typically have a bassinet for newborns, a stroller seat for older babies and toddlers, and shares the same canopy.
Travel strollers are lightweight and easy to fold up, making them ideal for travel.
Joggers are designed for running and other active activities. They have a sturdy frame and large wheels that can handle rough terrain.
All-terrain strollers can handle a variety of surfaces, from city streets to hiking trails.