Review of the Stokke Scoot V1

Stokke Scoot V1

7
he stroller did not appeal to me much in terms of functionality nor design, so it didn't stay long with us - but it has its advantages
written by piper 15.8.2019
  • full backrest recline
  • reversible seat unit (possible to swap directions even with the child still in it)
  • one-hand folding
  • folding with the seat in any direction
  • great also for tall parents
  • small, narrow wheels
  • I miss any kind of ventilation - when reclined, the seat is like a bunker
  • no leg rest
  • I missed a bumper bar
I got this stroller second-hand - and it stayed with us for only a month. First of all, I was surprised at how quickly and easily it folded (even with one hand), and how compact it was after folding.

Also, the reclining until almost a complete lay-flat is great, although, in the summer, I would welcome some ventilation - because the baby inside is like in a bunker.

The stroller has small and narrow wheels, so it is not much for bad terrain, but on the other hand, the suspension is relatively good. The handlebar can be height-adjusted, and there is no axle between the rear wheels, making the stroller suitable for taller people. The hood is just right - it never happened that the sun would be shining straight on our little one.

What bothered me the most was that there is no leg rest (only support is in the form of a footrest that is attached to the chassis, but our 10 months old didn't reach it). And I would appreciate if it was possible to buy a bumper bar. The stroller did not appeal to me much in terms of functionality nor design, so it didn't stay long with us - but it has its advantages.