What questions should you be asking yourself when choosing a stroller?
When will your baby be born?
What time of year?
Will you use a stroller much during the first few months?
What is your lifestyle?
Outdoorsy & camping in the summer or Café and Mall Shopper?
Is stroller weight an issue?
Do you walk a dog?
Does your partner work away from home for long periods of time? Affecting what you can or cannot lift on a daily or weekly basis?
Who will be lifting it in and out of the car primarily?
Is this your first child or your fourth?
Does a previous child still need to be in the stroller with the new baby?
Do you travel extensively?
Should you be choosing a system just because it takes a car seat?
How long can you leave a baby in a car seat, or in the stroller?
Do you have any physical disability that needs to be addressed?
Are you suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome during pregnancy? If yes, this can play as a deciding factor on weight and ease of fold.
Are you feeling overwhelmed yet? That is why we are here! Come into your local bo bébé store and have our helpful, trained staff walk you through the important questions and together, we can help you choose the stroller that best fits YOUR needs and your family lifestyle!
What does buying a Canadian stroller mean to you? The low US currency and the ability to travel to US, make it easy to consider a purchase from the US. We would like to take only a few minutes to explain to you some of the things you should consider. A stroller purchase is a substantial one and should be taken seriously.
First and foremost, be sure you know the warranty situation Should your item require servicing, after-purchase warranty work, parts or replacement; many US retailers do NOT service outside of the US. On the contrary, often, the service, parts and after-warranty will be 100% your cost.
We pride ourselves in selecting certain options and features for our strollers on a model-by-model basis for our stores. That way, we believe we are choosing the best items suited for Canada's climatic conditions; especially the cold in Alberta - where your stroller can freeze and thaw in the trunk of your car or in the garage several times in one day!
By buying with a reputable, local business, you are ensuring local warranty, service and parts at the dealer's expense, not yours. You are also helping to enrich YOUR economy and Canada's business growth.
You are also choosing fewer travel miles between you and your purchase; vastly reducing carbon and green house gas emissions used in shipping products huge distances.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact one of our knowledgeable sales staff at our store!