Review // Stokke Scoot First Impressions 

We had our Stokke Scoot for about 12 weeks now and it’s fast become our go to buggy. The reason we opted for the Scoot over other buggies was the fact it was lighter and less chunky than our Xplory. Although we love our Xplory we loved that it will be easy to switch between baby and toddler when not using a double buggy.

The box arrived and I was really surprised at how small it was. The buggy was easy to put together and as usual Fizz jumped in to see if she could fit too. Although the seat unit wasn’t able to fit her height it did her bottom!

  The wheels have that all terrain feel and so far have worked well on bumpy journeys from our house to school as well as on and off trains too.  

 The seat unit is able to switch from parent to forward facing and although we opt for the parent facing more often than not Jedi Boy seems comfy in both ways. 
The hood is nice and deep with an extendable panel for extra coverage. A great feature is that when you recline the seat it stays where it is offering full coverage. 

The only thing is that the recline is strap based and so this takes time to master without waking up your sleeping toddler!

The basket is quite large and fits a lot in! We pop a change bag and all Fizz school stuff in there and it has a bit of room left in case we need to pop to the shop for milk too.

All in all so far we do love the Scoot. The only think we would change is have the handle as a retractable rather than a button change for the height as it can feel a little flimsy when bumping up and down steps or kerbs. But overall I would put this in front of the Bugaboo Bee which is the similar price range and quality. The higher seat feature, bigger hood and seat unit means it’s by fair the superior buggy in this price range. 

The Scoot is priced at £529.

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