phil&teds smart in the city, slick in the suburbs

I love this stroller for it’s perfect little proportions and pop star good looks. It really looks smart and acts smart too. It packs everything you need and nothing you don’t into a colourful package. From the hood to the wheels, how it folds and how it steers, the smart stroller sure put a spring in my step. The seat and hood of the NEW phil&teds smart, really work well together to make the ride comfy for baby. My daughter is 4 months old right now. So on one hand becoming more curious about the world and still sleeping a lot. Because the sunhood was so generous and the seat has a full range of recline, it was easy to tailor each trip to how baby was feeling and the weather also. Alert or ready for some chill time? Sunny or windy.
The great example of that versatility is the cocoon accessory you can use in the smart. It turns school pickup time colliding with nap time into a great chance for baby to sleep in the fresh air, while still relaxing in a cosy bed that faces you. Then its super easy to carry sleeping bubs inside when you’re home.
Despite my wee girl’s age now, I can see the seat is plenty roomy for big kids too. The handle is another crowd pleaser with heaps of height options and hand brake. A big shopping basket is a must of course for it’s city habitat, but I found the smart also handled well in parks and suburban streets.
Flirtatious and far from boring, the smart stroller immediately felt like part of the family. Overall, the smart stroller is a really fun little runabout option that will suit lots of people. And make the streets better looking by doing it too!
We would like to thank Allanah busy mum of two for taking time out to share her phil&teds NEW smart stroller experience and how it helps her cruise through the stressful #parentingday! If you own a phil&teds stroller or product and would love to share your story, fire us an email on social@philandteds.com – we would love to hear from you!
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