Stokke Scoot Review

Hello, Gorgeous.


Isn’t she pretty?

The attention to detail on the Stokke Scoot is magnificent. The design is beyond beautiful, and it also happens to be a friggin’ great stroller!


One of my favorite features of the Stokke Scoot is the seat placement.  The seat sits nice and high and is somewhat of an egg shape, making it roomy for taller children and perfect for restaurants! The foot rest actually comes off which is pretty cool.  If the seat is forward facing,  you have two height positions to choose from. If  you have the seat parent facing, there is one level for the footrest.


Seat facing out and reclined as far back as it goes.

When I initially started to use the Stokke Scoot, my concern was actually the seat design.  I am so used to seats having a footrest attached, that I wondered if the kids would be as comfortable riding around.  Apparently, my concern was completely ridiculous because the Scoot has magical powers and Harper falls asleep every time we take this stroller out on a walk… LOL.  Due to the seats unique shape and design, when it’s fully reclined, she was actually able to fit her whole little body into the seat and cozy up into the perfect nap position.  When Brody rode around in the seat, obviously his legs are much longer, but he did the same thing!  The seat has 3  positions that are controlled by different length straps. The seating positions are Active (upright), Rest, (second recline position), and Sleep (fully reclined. The recline mechanism is easy to clip/un-clip to get your little one into his or her perfect spot.  Although I would prefer a one hand recline, the straps are super easy to use!


Here’s a picture of that magic sleepy dust in action…

I can’t give all the credit to the seat… The push on the Scoot is fabulous due to the large foam filled rubber tires.  Bumpy side walks, grass, sand, etc. are no match for the Scoot!  I love that you can have a beautiful everyday stroller that also doubles as your stroller for long walks at the park or even snow!

The basket is large, roomy and easy to access from all sides.  The canopy is huge, has a zipper that opens to a mesh insert (I use this as a peek-a-boo window since the canopy doesn’t have one), and features a removable sun visor.  I am also obsessed with the Parasol you can buy separately for additional sun protection.  It’s the PERFECT accessory if you are heading to the beach or theme park!

The Scoot offers a very simple two-step one hand fold.  You push the bottom of the seat up, and push the white button on the frame to fold. Very simple and compact!  The handle bar is adjustable and has a great shape. I’ve found that sometimes, when you have your child parent face, they are able to kick your parent console which kind of drives me crazy. The shape of the handlebar on the Scoot allows for plenty of space between the child and console.

Let’s get into the nitty gritty…Specs:

Price: $599 (Select Colors/Retailers have this on sale for $499! Score!!)

Stroller Weight: 25 lbs

Stroller Weight Limit: 45 lbs

Front Wheels 8” – Rear Wheels 10”

Handle Bar Height: 36” – 42”

Seat to Canopy Height: 24”

Folded Dimensions: 28.3” L x 12.6″ H x 21.6″ W

Super compact fold

Super compact fold

Available in 7 different colors: Click Here

Style Kits: Check them out HERE

What’s Included: 

Rain Cover

Bug Net

Car Seat Compatibility:

Multi Adapter:

  • Maxi-Cosi Mico AP
  • Maxi-Cosi Mico NXT
  • Maxi-Cosi Prezi
  • Maxi-Cosi Mico Max 30
  • Nuna Pipa
  • Cybex Aton Q

Chicco Adapter:

  • Chicco KeyFit (EU)
  • Chicco KeyFit 30 (US/CAN)


Did you know?

The Stokke Scoot seat can be used as a sibling seat on the Stokke Crusi.  If you have more than one child, a good double and single stroller are total necessities.  It’s awesome that they’ve  made this seat compatible with the Crusi for all you Stokke lovers out there!

Overall, I am digging the Stokke Scoot. A lot. It’s the perfect blend of beauty and function. Makes me feel fancy… ha!  If I am had to make a com pain, it would be the recline (I prefer a one hand recline) and lack of foot rest.. The kids are fine without the additional support, but I still think it looks more comfortable when there is a full on leg rest.

As is, the Scoot is phenomenal but,  I’m here to review and give my honest opinion. If Stokke changed those two small quirks, It would be heavenly.

Happy Strolling!



**Thank you, Stokke for sending in the Scoot for review! I was not compensated for this review and all opinions are my own.


Englacha 2 in 1 Junior X Rider #awesome


I was really skeptical of the Englacha 2-In-1 Junior X Rider. It looked REALLY cool, but I wasn’t sure how great it would work once attached to our stroller.  Let me tell you, I ‘ve been missing out! BIG TIME.  If you have 2 or more children, you NEED this.


The Englacha 2 in 1 Junior Xrider allows you to turn pretty much any stroller  into a double or triple.  This bad boy is awesome!  My son LOVES sitting in the seat and became a little obsessed…like demanding he eat his dinner while sitting in the seat… HA! #momoftheyear

When we were on vacation, I used this with the Nuna Mixx for the entire trip.  It was perfect for our needs!

The seat comes with 3 sets of adapters which allow it to attach to most strollers.  In addition to the adapters, you also receive 2 velcro straps which I used to get a more secure fit.  Not really if that’s what they’re used for, but that’s what I used them for…LOL.  Assembly is a little daunting, but I did it in about 15 minutes. It was worth every minute… and the broken nail.

I attached the Englacha Junior Xrider to the Nuna Mixx, Valco Snap4, BOB Duallie, UPPAbaby CRUZ, Bugaboo Bee and City Select.  It fit pretty well, and I was able to maneuver the strollers easily.  You definitely need to adjust your stride or stand to the side when walking… But, if you have a good single stroller, that’s not an issue.



The seat can hold up to 45lbs, has a handlebar for your toddler to hold on to, and seat belt for some added safety.  My 2 1/2 year is able to hop into the seat himself, and buckle the seat belt.  It’s easy to use, and appears to be quite comfortable!

The reviews I read on the Englacha were all over the place, so I’m here to tell you it’s worth it!  Buy this if you need a quick second seat for your toddler.  It’s worth every penny!!!!

NOTE** This is universal and fits most strollers. This model will NOT fit the UPPAbaby VISTA. Click HERE to see the Englacha model that will!

Happy Strolling!

UPPAbaby VISTA Review. Stroller Zen.


Well folks, I don’t know how to say this… but, I think I have reached the infamous Stroller Zen….

I’ve used the UPPAbaby VISTA every single day since I received it.  Each day I wonder if I will find a major flaw… but I don’t.   It’s AMAZING.  It blows the competition out of the water in style, design, quality, and functionality. Here’s why…

The first thing that I said when I saw this beauty was “OMG, I’m in love”… HA!  It’s the truth! It is absolutely gorgeous!  It doesn’t matter what color you pick (although my favorite is Maya!) .  It’s a seriously beautiful stroller!




The VISTA has a gorgeous stylish design, that features a crazy roomy toddler seat (seriously guys, it’s big. My 2 1/2-year-old has TONS of room in it),  huge extendable canopy with SPF 50,  large peek a boo windows,  numerous recline and seating positions,  a bumper bar,  bassinet,  and the most glorious basket you will ever lay your eyes on.  By now,  you know how important a storage basket is it to me… this basket is SO big,  I fit almost a weeks worth of groceries in it.  My Hubby was totally impressed!


Look at how much is in the basket!!

Look at that basket!!!!


If the basket wasn’t already amazing enough, the back part is flexible so you can push it down for even easier access. #cantevenhandlealltheawesomeness



Upon first glance, you think the VISTA is  your ordinary tandem double stroller (but much prettier!).  Two seats, somewhat close together,  that can only recline if the stars are aligned and your kids aren’t kicking the crap out of each other.  Well, you’re wrong.  That might be what you see…but… UPPAbaby decided to make Parents across the world love them even more (if that’s possible) and created Upper Adapters so both kids can actually nap in whatever direction they want.  #gamechanger

When you get your Upper Adapters, you should give them a big ol’ kiss.  They are about to change your life!  Below are a few of my favorite seating variations while using the adapters…



Awesome, right?  And what’s even better…  It folds with BOTH seats while using (or not using) the Upper Adapters!! The VISTA folds in one piece when the RumbleSeat is in forward-facing mode in the fully upright position and toddler seat footrest is pushed down.  I may or may not have had a little dance party when I realized this.


With Upper Adapters

Folded with Upper Adapters


If you’ve made it this far, and don’t have your keys and wallet in hand to go get the 2015 Vista,  this may seal the deal.  The push is awesome…really awesome… like, push with my right hand and sip on a latte in my left hand kind of awesome…  And that’s with my 32 lb toddler in the RumbleSeat.

I’ll pause for a moment while you read that again… I told you guys… Stroller Zen.




Everything about the 2015 UPPAbaby VISTA blows its competition out of the water.  There’s just no comparison.  Even if you’re on the fence because the RumbleSeat can only hold up to 35 lbs, it’s still the best convertible tandem stroller available.  When I really think over the concern of the RumbleSeat, I have to realize that my son is 2 1/2 years old and 32 lbs.  He has a long way to go until he hits the max weight on the RumbleSeat,  and if I’m being realistic,  he will probably won’t need a ride as often at that point (yeah right. Brody will be pulling up to his Freshman year of High School in a stroller…sorry dude! LOL ).


The RumbleSeat is clearly cozy...he napped for 2 hours!

The rumble is clearly cozy…he napped for 2 hours!


I really played around with the seating between the two kids and have Harper in the RumbleSeat daily.  She loves being in the front checking out all the scenery and waving to everyone that walks by! Too cute…




I was asked a few times if I felt “disconnected” from the child in the RumbleSeat,  and the answer is no.  When we’re out for a walk or running errands,  I leave both peek a boo windows open which gives me a clear view to the front seat.  Plus, I am always stopping to interact with the kids along the way. And by interact, I mean pick up the 50 Goldfish crackers they’ve dropped.   As long as the kids are happy and comfortable,  I’m happy!

I honestly cannot say enough great things about the 2015 VISTA.  I’ll admit,  I had a major concern with the Upper Adapters.  Since I’m only 5’2″, I was worried that it would raise the seat too high,  and I wouldn’t be able to maneuver the stroller as easily or see over the top. But, I was wrong….it’s a total nonissue.



If I could change one thing about the UPPAbaby VISTA, It would be that the footrest on the rumble seat was adjustable. That’s a feature I love and use often. It’s not really a complaint, it’s just an added feature that would make an already AMAZING stroller absolute perfection!

One more thing I want to talk about is the Travel Safe program UPPAbaby offers.  I know I’m not the only one who cringes when boarding a plane because of what could happen to your precious stroller!  I’ve had a few horrendous experiences, and let me tell you, it’s not pretty.  UPPAbaby offers a Travel Safe program for all of their strollers. If you purchase the Travel Bag and complete the registration form,  your stroller is completely covered by UB should anything happen to it (while it’s in the bag) during air travel.  This is HUGE and worth every penny!


The entire process took me less than 5 minutes. Trust me, it’s worth those 5 minutes and few extra steps to make sure your stroller is in one piece when you get to your destination!


Price –

Stroller: $819.99-$859.99

Upper & Lower Adapter: $19.99 each

Rumble Seat: $179.00

Dimensions –

Unfolded: 26.5”W x 37”L x 39.5”H

Folded with seat attached: 26.5”W x 14”L x 33”H

Folded without seat attached: 26.5”W x 13.5”L x 33”H

Unfolded WITH Upper Adapters and Rumble Seat: 52″ L x 50 1/4″ H

Unfolded with Rumble Seat attached: 52″ L

Weight (includes canopy, wheels and basket) –

Frame + Seat: 27.5 lbs

Frame: 20 lbs

Seat: 7.5 lbs

Bassinet: 8.4 lbs

What’s in the box?

  • Aluminum alloy/Magnesium frame
  • Wheels
  • Bassinet
  • Bassinet Bug Shield
  • Bassinet Storage Bag
  • Toddler Seat
  • Toddler Seat Rain Shield
  • Toddler Seat Bug Shield
  • Bumper Bar

Car Seat Compatibility –

  • UPPAbaby MESA
  • Maxi-Cosi Mico
  • Maxi-Cosi Mico AP,
  • Maxi-Cosi Mico NXT,
  • Maxi-Cosi Citi,
  • Maxi-Cosi Cabrio
  • Maxi-Cosi CabrioFix.
  • NOT COMPATIBLE WITH Maxi-Cosi Prezi.
  • Chicco Key Fit 30
  • Chicco Key Fit


If you haven’t already done so, head to your local retailer and check out the 2015 UPPAbaby VISTA.  Push around a few others, and then go back to the VISTA. It’s crazy how amazing the push is and how compact it feels for a full size convertible stroller. The VISTA really grows with your family, and can truly be your one and only! Prepare to be impressed 😉

Happy Strolling!


**Thank you UPPAbaby for sending us the 2015 Vista! I was not compensated for this review, and all opinions are my own.