The newest product launch by Stokke has a number of evolved and modern features making this especially great for travelling.
October 05, 2019
Stokke has introduced Xplory Balance stroller which is a premium limited edition and has a number of useful features. The stroller has a cocooning sunshade and the material of the ergonomic seat is very soft with a breathable inlay that creates a calming effect. The sunshade can be attached or detached according to the requirement which offers UPF 50+ sun protection and ventilation. The seat can be adjusted to rise higher or lower in position, and the stroller is incredibly narrow and maneuverable with swivel wheels with an effortless one-handed steering.
It also comes with a matching changing bag having premium detailing which keeps all of baby´s things neatly organized for hassle-free outings. An optional carry cot and cozy foot muff are also available to add to the experience and the comfort of the baby. The textile used in the Xplory Balance stroller is made from recycled materials and are PFC-free water repellent, making your stroller harmonious with the environment. The stroller is available in two colours- soothing pink and tranquil blue while there are options available to select the colour of the chassis and the handle. This stroller can be used from birth and as babies should lie on a horizontal surface as much as possible, to offer optimal support to the spine, the use of the carry cot is recommended until the baby is around 6 months.
Started in Ålesund Norway in 1932, the company began its business trajectory 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 (furniture), stroller, baby carrier, home textiles and nursery segments. The company is owned and operated by three generations of the Stokke family until 2014, and Stokke was acquired by Belgium based NXMH, wholly owned by NXC in South Korea. It has a worldwide presence in over 80 countries across the globe, as well as has its own subsidiaries in Europe, USA, Asia and Russia.