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What Was the Most Popular Stroller of 2007?

Strollers have become quite the status symbol for new mamas and their babes. The Rolls–Royce of strollers used to be the Bugaboo, but now it's competing with the Mercedes–like Orbit and the Ferrari–like Stokke. More recently, the Quinny has entered the US market, making it the Audi of the group. Still, there is the old reliable Volvo of strollers – the MacLaren.

With so many celeb moms out there struttin' their stuff and pushing hot rides, we have to ask, which stroller do you think was most popular in 2007?

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Jaquelin Jaquelin 8 years
I have had the Orbit for a while now and I could not be happier! It makes traveling so easy in how it docks from the car onto the stroller in just seconds. Everywhere I go I am always stopped and asked where I got it (even from cab drivers!) My baby is always perfectly comfortable and the ride is very smooth.I would recommend it to any new parent!
carolynleber carolynleber 8 years
The Orbit is the most earth friendly and is definately the easiest to use. It's important to note that it's a car seat and a stroller in one.
veronicaraye veronicaraye 8 years
no clue
veronicaraye veronicaraye 8 years
no clue
Bellatrix2 Bellatrix2 8 years
The Bugaboo was definitely a big hit in the States (although it's been quite popular in Europe for quite a few years now) but I personnally prefer the Stokke... And that's the nanny speaking! I believe more magazines should turn towards nannies and regular babysitters to find out what the best strollers and other daily baby gear are the best : we really don't care of how "fashionable" a stroller looks like. Really, when you're in a rush and need to get the three kids at home, prepare dinner, bathe them and put them to bed on time so that you can still study for university later in the evening, you're definitely aiming for the most practical one.
Bellatrix2 Bellatrix2 8 years
The Bugaboo was definitely a big hit in the States (although it's been quite popular in Europe for quite a few years now) but I personnally prefer the Stokke... And that's the nanny speaking! I believe more magazines should turn towards nannies and regular babysitters to find out what the best strollers and other daily baby gear are the best : we really don't care of how "fashionable" a stroller looks like. Really, when you're in a rush and need to get the three kids at home, prepare dinner, bathe them and put them to bed on time so that you can still study for university later in the evening, you're definitely aiming for the most practical one.
DaniCe DaniCe 8 years
how typical I always like the most expensive things
babysugar babysugar 8 years
I LOVE my MacLaren and have had no problems navigating my way through stores where I have seen moms with the giant strollers have to leave their babes for seconds while they get what they need. And with the Stokke recall, I'm glad I saved my $800!
Twinkle1 Twinkle1 8 years
I've got a MacLaren which is perfect for running errands and traveling. It's not so great in the winter though so we use the Emmaljunga then.
amber_castaldo amber_castaldo 8 years
MacLaren is the perfect umbrella stroller.
lms lms 8 years
I had two Peg Perego's years ago. I also had a Martinelli high chair. They were definitely attention getters. I think I would have gotten a bugaboo if they were out at the time.
RobinFabulous RobinFabulous 8 years
I had a Martinelli with Jonah (Peg Perego's Italian line) and everywhere we went people stopeed me to ask me where I got it. I used my strollers a lot though, so I coulf justify the money. Pluse he was a sicky baby and it had the boot and hood that zipped on and kept him away from germs and strangers.
matthews-mom matthews-mom 8 years
I too have the MacLaren Techno XLR and it is great. Comfortable for my big boy. He is happy in it. I love all the others also.
matthews-mom matthews-mom 8 years
I too have the MacLaren Techno XLR and it is great. Comfortable for my big boy. He is happy in it. I love all the others also.
matthews-mom matthews-mom 8 years
I too have the MacLaren Techno XLR and it is great. Comfortable for my big boy. He is happy in it.I love all the others also.
kikidawn kikidawn 8 years
To be absolutely truthful I don't really like the look of any of those except the Maclaren and maybe the BugabooBut I'll wind up with a Graco probably and be proud to use it!! lol :) I'm with Bella - put the money towards college.
kikidawn kikidawn 8 years
To be absolutely truthful I don't really like the look of any of those except the Maclaren and maybe the Bugaboo But I'll wind up with a Graco probably and be proud to use it!! lol :) I'm with Bella - put the money towards college.
Beauty Beauty 8 years
I've always said that when it's time for Mini-Me, she's going to be pushed around in a relatively inexpensive stroller. I'll spend $100 on that, put the rest of the money in her collage fund!
MotoLinz MotoLinz 8 years
Holy crap. Where are all the super-rich LilSugar readers who can afford this stuff? :rotfl:
Greggie Greggie 8 years
That's what I get - Graco. I just dream of these strollers. :)
rgrl rgrl 8 years
How about good old Graco??? I did get a Mac Laren Umbrella stroller, which I used a lot though. But my Graco Metrolite was great for the beginning when he was still in a carseat.
kayla07 kayla07 8 years
I love the bugaboo brought my lil princess the chameleon in pink and I LOVE IT!
halo0073 halo0073 8 years
i love my maclaren, it's perfect!
schnappycat schnappycat 8 years
Thanks to some generous friends, I just got a Maclaren Techno XLR for my shower, and at $350, it reaches my upper limit for a stroller. But whenever I see the higher-end models out and about, I admit I stare with a bit of envy.
Greggie Greggie 8 years
I'm jealous. :) The Maclaren looks great, too.
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