While a stroller is one of the most expensive purchases you’ll have to make as a parent, it is an essential item for both you and your baby. Strollers are exceptionally handy when it comes to family outings – be it a walk in the park or shopping at the mall.

However, choosing the right set of wheels for your baby might feel like an overwhelming task as there are thousands of options out there. Not to worry, we have listed a few strollers that are perfect for you and your wallet 😉 Check ’em out:

1. Britax B-Agile 3 Stroller
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Thanks to its lightweight 3-wheel design (it weighs only 16 lbs!), Britax’s B-Agile 3 Stroller is easy to carry, navigate, and maneuver while you’re out and about. It also has a large under-seat storage and additional zippered pocket. Lastly, it is compatible with all Britax infant car seats so you can create your ideal travel system

Customer review: “I love this stroller! It is very easy to use and operate with one hand. My daughter is only 1 and prefers to walk than ride but I love this stroller. It also stores away pretty easily! Great quality for the price.”

Get the B-Agile 3 Stroller at Amazon.com for $216.00.

2. Summer Infant 3Dlite Convenience Stroller
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Due to it’s affordable price, Summer Infant’s 3Dlite Convenience Stroller is undoubtedly one of the most popular strollers among parents. Compact and durable, the stroller’s almost flat recline is ideal for on-the-go naps or diaper changes.

Customer review: “LOVE this stroller! We have a BOB stroller but needed something smaller to take the kids on spring break in NYC, this worked like a charm for my 14 month old! Folded up pretty easy going on and off the metro and train and I LOVE that it has a recline feature unlike a traditional umbrella stroller!”

Get the 3Dlite Convenience Stroller at Amazon.com for $62.99.

3. Chicco Liteway Stroller
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You can’t go wrong with Chicco’s Liteway Stroller. Lightweight and stylish, it has a fully reclining backrest with five positions, padded push handles, rear wheel suspension as well as foot-action rear locking brakes, and more. Besides that, parents will appreciate having a handy storage basket and cup holder.

Customer review: “Love this stroller for everything from trips around the block to all day trips to the zoo. We live in a 3rd floor apartment and just fold it up and leave it in the car trunk that way we don’t have remember to bring it and we don’t have to carry it up and down the stairs.”

Get the Liteway Stroller at Chicco Shop for $139.99.

4. Graco Modes 3 Lite
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Graco’s Modes 3 Lite Stroller gives you five ways to ride, including infant car seat on frame facing parent or the world, stroller seat on frame facing parent or the world, or traditional travel system. And that’s not all, the easy-to-fold stroller is highly maneuverable, smooth, and has a lot of storage space under the seat.

Customer review: “We tried out this same stroller in store at Babies “R” Us. We are expecting a baby in march but tried it with our 44lbs daughter. It was the easiest stroller to push that I’ve ever used. Turned on a dime and I could not tell my 44lbs daughter was in it. It collapsed very easily and I love how you can turn the stroller seat to face you when you’re pushing it.”

Get the Modes 3 Lite Stroller at Amazon.com for $132.68.

5. Baby Jogger City Mini
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Regarded as the “Best Overall Stroller” by multiple publications and product review sites, the Baby Jogger City Mini is an excellent all-around stroller for you and your little one. It is equipped with 3 wheels, making it easy to maneuver those cracked sidewalks and crowds. Although it’s slightly over $250, the Baby Jogger City Mini is too good not to be on the list!

Customer review: “Great engineering and a great product if you want something more sturdy than an umbrella. Instructions were some of the best I’ve ever seen on a child product. My wife loves this thing, folds very flat and fits into the car easily.”

Get the Baby Jogger City Mini at Amazon.com for $259.99.

Also, do check out our article on infant car seats here.
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