Review of the Stokke Scoot V2

Stokke Scoot V2

4
Too heavy for a purely urban stroller; doesn't cope well with any all-terrain ride
written by Hadiya 12.6.2018
  • beautiful design, quality fabrics
  • large canopy with ventilation
  • much higher seat than the competition offers
  • the recline was very nice, no bucket form, but you need to use both hands to recline the seat
  • spacious, but I think I have a child that's too tall ;-) so it will last us maybe two, two-and-a-half years
  • V2 wheels are much better than the V1
  • tall handlebar
  • large basket - but too open (my stuff sometimes falls out, so best used with a big bag plus a few nappies
  • nice, one-piece fold
  • the worst flaw would be the stiff chassis making for a "hard" ride
  • the all-terrain wheels don't helo much there; every bump, hole, stone makes you lift the stroller (I gave up when walking downtown after maybe 10 minutes, and my husband flipped it over when getting down a curb)
I was so looking forward to having it... and then I took it out to tackle our not-so-perfect sidewalks, and my joy was over. No good way to deal with that... Too heavy for a purely urban stroller; doesn't cope well with any all-terrain ride. If you want a Stokke, buy an Xplory, if you want an all-terrain Stokke terrain, buy a Trailz, or a better brand for that matter.