Popular baby stroller manufacturer, Phil and Teds, has phased out its popular Sport model and replaced it with upgraded Explorer. So far, parents and retailers are extremely impressed with new features on the Phil and Teds Explorer stroller.
Online PR News – 10-January-2011 – – 2010 marked the year that New Zealand-based baby stroller manufacturer, Phil and Teds, discontinued its popular Sport inline buggy. In its place is an improvement on their existing Explorer model with added enhancements in response to customer feedback. The current Phil and Teds Explorer stroller comes with some of the following added features that are getting rave reviews:
• Larger pivoting sun canopy with storage pockets
• One handed fold with stand-alone feature
• Easier harness adjustment
• Seat performance system with ventilation, contouring and posture support
• Sun canopy and recline feature on doubles seat
Emily P., a mother from Durham, North Carolina, remarks, “Several months ago I realized that Phil & Teds had just come out with a new stroller that fixed all the complaints I had with the Sport. I promptly sold my Sport and purchased the Explorer and have been thrilled with my stroller ever since.”
Parent reviews, blogs and online retailers across the web give similar sentiments about the new 2010 / 2011 Phil and Teds Explorer stroller, according to Amy Tanathorn, owner of Stroller-Envy.com, a comprehensive website of the best baby strollers reviews.
“Phil and Teds is a company that has built a reputation on quality and unique design, so consumers have high expectations of any Phil and Teds product that comes out on the market.”
According to the research on Stroller-Envy, active parents love Phil and Teds strollers because of its quality design as either an all terrain stroller or as a jogging stroller since the front wheel can lock into place. This type of stroller is also popular for urban parents who like a sleek look but need something more compact with excellent maneuverability in crowded areas. It is simply a durable, all terrain stroller that grows with families.
Perhaps the most popular feature of a Phil and Teds stroller offers is the doubles kit, a second seat that is added over the storage basket behind the first seat. This creates an “inline stroller” which has several benefits that has happy owners raving about their Phil and Teds.
For one, it leaves a “smaller footprint” than a standard side-by-side double stroller. Parents can take their Phil and Teds on narrow dirt trails or crowded museums; the versatility of this inline buggy is highly rated.
Lastly, in this uncertain economy, families want quality and to save money. What parents love about a Phil and Teds Explorer is they do not need to purchase a second double stroller when expecting baby #2. By simply purchasing the doubles kit, which costs a fraction of what customers pay for a double stroller, they now have a high quality double stroller for their children.