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The Stokke Scoot V2 is the second generation of the design urban stroller with a sturdy chassis and a large shopping basket. The new version of the Scoot offers even more compact fold. One of the most significant changes of the improved model is the foam-filled wheels providing a smoother ride. The suspension is now on the rear wheels of the front ones. The handlebar underwent a facelift too. Now, it is rotating instead of telescoping, adjusted by rotation instead of pulling.

It is the only model of the Stokke brand with the main non-bucket foldable seat. The original reversible seat is ergonomically shaped and placed higher up on the frame. Reclining the Scoot seat is done by releasing two buckles, the seat then drops back into the additional semi-reclined position or a lay flat position suitable from birth. The new ventilation openings in the reclined position are providing even more comfort for a child during warm summer days. Although the seat doesn’t feature the leg rest, there is the height adjustable footrest with one position when parent facing, two positions when forward-facing. The updated hood has increased in size, the zip-on pop-out sun visor is also larger. You can change the hood more easily. An interesting feature is the plastic circle- shaped detail on the top to protect the hood when the stroller is standing after folding. Purchasing a car seat or the carrycot available since 2017, you can create any desired set. The Scoot can be customized by changing hoods, various fabric sets or purchasing additional accessories.

Specifications

Type
stroller, 2in1 stroller system, 3in1 stroller system
Weight (in kg)
12,8
Unfolded dimensions (h×w×l in cm)
110 × 55 × 75
Folded dimensions (h×w×l in cm)
72 × 55 × 32
Brand origin
Norway
Chassis material
aluminum, plastic
Maximum seat load (in kg)
15
Recommended age of the child (in months)
0 – 36
Reversible seat
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