Zooper Bolero

Zooper is a company that makes baby products that are More Than You Think. With a motto like that, you have to be intrigued by their strollers – they are really more than meets the eye!

The Zooper Bolero is a full-sized stroller that packs a lot of punch into a full-sized luxury-feel stroller.

  • Ultra-light aluminum frame – 23 1/2 lbs
  • All purpose canopy – UV net, rain cover and sunshade in one, 2 storage pockets on canopy
  • Infant safety enclosure to protect your baby form falling out
  • 3 position adjustable leg rest
  • Soft headrest for newborns
  • Non-padded 5 point safety harness
  • Forward or rear facing bassinet included
  • Under stroller storage basket
  • Wheels – hard rubber, locking front wheels, 4 wheel suspension
  • One step rear link brakes
  • Simple, compact fold – stands upright when folded, carry handle on the side to easily carry
  • Removable front bumper bar (armrest as Zooper calls it)
  • 1-handed 4 position recline to all the way flat
  • Easy 1-handed pushing by the single handlebar
  • Parent cup holder
  • Snack tray for child – deep cup holder and shallow bowl
  • Removable and washable seat padding
  • Included sleeping bag/footmuff
  • Infant car seat compatible with included car seat straps (to make it a travel system) – Graco SnugRide , Graco SafeSeat,Britax Companion , Evenflo On My Way , Peg Perego Primo Viaggio (2005) , Chicco Keyfit (but not Keyfit 30
  • Useful for newborn up to 55 lbs
  • Available in 10 colors/patterns

As with all strollers, the Bolero has a few downers – the basket is only accessible from the front when the bassinet is being used or the seat is fully reclined. It is not an all-terrain stroller. While the 4 wheel suspension and locking front wheels allows for a smooth stroll on bumpy roads, the Bolero not meant for jogging or serious hiking. Finally, the Zooper Bolero is on the higher end of strollers, it is about $400 for the stroller and bassinet but then it does not include the infant car seat so if you add that cost in to make it a travel system then you have an expensive stroller. Although, for all the features, you are getting a lot of bang for your buck (usually bassinets are not included so that is a huge benefit).

I am very pleased with Zooper products, while I have never owned one, I see that they are made well and designed to make life easier for a busy mom.