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Stokke comes up with Beat stroller- fit for urban lifestyle

Norwegian manufacturer of children’s furniture and accessories, has come up with Stokke Beat- a compact and lightweight stroller

June 10, 2019

stokkeStokke has launched Stokke Beat, which is a very compact and lightweight stroller (weighing 9.5 kgs) which is seemingly suitable for urban lifestyle due to a host of suitable features. The Beat stroller is super easy to push and allows for one-hand compact folding with the seat on and it is also Stokke travel system compatible.

There is a narrow footprint, excellent maneuverability, sturdy wheels in puncture-free material and an adjustable footrest. The presence of parent and front facing seat that can be folded either way, high heel and flip flop safe brake, extra-large shopping basket holds 10 kg of your on-the-go essentials are some of the most functional and handy features. For use from newborn to children weighing 22kg/45lbs, carrycot option for newborn comfort and it is double-hinged 360-degree seat rail for safety and easy access. Also, there is padded 5-point safety harness, ergonomically designed seat for first class comfort and an extended canopy with ventilation.

Started in Ålesund Norway in 1932, Stokke began as a manufacturer of high-quality furniture. The first product for children came in 1972 – the iconic Tripp Trapp® chair, which has sold more than 10 million units and remains a core product in the Stokke collection. Since 2006 Stokke has focused particularly on designing premium children´s furniture and equipment within the highchair, stroller, baby carrier, home textiles and nursery segments. Our products promote bonding between parent and child and ensure healthy development for young children.

Owned and operated by three generations of the Stokke family until 2014, Stokke was acquired by Belgium based NXMH, wholly owned by NXC in South Korea. It has a worldwide presence in more than 80 countries across the globe, as well as its own subsidiaries in Europe, the United States, Asia and Russia.

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