Edwards & Co Otto

November 19, 2018

Edwards & Co Otto-Global Baby

Hi, Anita here,

This week Remi and I took the new Edwards & Co Otto stroller for a spin.

 



It's a fun little stroller, and there are so many things to like about it:


+ Lightweight, less than 7kg!
+ Compact fold- fits inside an overhead locker
+ Generous recline- for us this is key when you're on holiday, as our children often end up taking their naps while we're out and about 
+ Easy to push and steer
+ Suitable for newborns, right up to 20kg
+ Comes with a bag- the bag even has a shoulder strap

 



I'd totally recommend this stroller if you're looking for a stroller to take on holiday, or a smaller stroller to keep in the car. 

I love that Edwards & Co are a New Zealand company :-) AND I love that Global Baby are the exclusive retailer of the grey hood! 

We have a demo model in store if you'd like to take a closer look. Or check it out on our website.

x
Anita

Photos by @thestyleaesthetic






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