The Concord Wanderer is a versatile all-terrain stroller. In 2013, it replaced the popular Fusion
and a year later, it won the iF design award. The distinctive aluminum chassis is color-matched with the textiles. In addition, it is equipped with elastomer suspension in the back. Using the strap, you can recline the reversible seat flat. For greater safety, it is possible to lock the 5-point harness so that a child cannot undo it. A thin apron is hidden in the swing-away bumper bar. A shorter hood is complemented by the included detachable awning. The Wanderer has a compact fold, so it also fits into smaller cars. In the folded state, it is held in place by a manual locking strap on the handle.
The stroller is either sold separately with an optional carrycot and a car seat, or available as a complete stroller system with a carrycot, a car seat and a diaper bag. You have a choice of two types of carrycots. The Sleeper creates a Travel Set - it is sturdier and can also be used in the car. The Scout creates the Mobility Set - it can be folded to a size of a handbag. You can also attach a Jané
or Be Cool
carrycot to the chassis. The carrycot can also be replaced with a soft carrycot. The Wanderer was also released in the limited Jungle Green, Rusty Orange and Sweet Curry editions.