“This stroller will beat the pants off any of those feature-rich Stokkes or Buzzes out there. Pull this thing out on the playground and you are the true Ninja Parent. Bugaboo? Whatever. My kid is riding Optimus Prime.” – TechCruch
Sent: Jan 19, 2012 8:34p
I came home to this dropped off by my friends @ScoutMasterson & @TheBillHorn Eloise is gonna love it! Thanks babes..xo http://t.co/Bm06qoJT
As the first stroller to fold at the push of a button, the Origami offers parents a new level of ease when traveling with their children. A built-in generator in the stroller’s rear wheels charges the stroller as it’s pushed, and also lets parents charge their cell phones. Additionally, the Origami has daytime running lights and pathway lights for safety, four-wheel suspension, and an LCD in its handle bar that displays a thermometer, speedometer, and odometer. Child safety sensors in the seat ensure the stroller won’t fold by accident.
More: · Colors available – Blue, Black, Green, Red and Silver. · It is currently available for sale at baby stores nationwide and online at www.4moms.com · Retails for $850.00. · This past September, the Origami won the Innovation Award at the world’s largest juvenile products expo, Kind+Jugend. The Origami is the first product by a U.S. company ever to win this internationally recognized award. · One of only ten products in the final round, the Origami was presented to the judges and audience at CES’s annual Last Gadget Standing competition. · Recently featured on CNN live from CES and was featured on an episode of “How I Met Your Mother”. · 4moms are the makers of the high-tech, high-end mamaRoo baby swing
Hi – it’s heeeeeeeeeeeeeeere. The biggest hit at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) wasn’t a smart phone or a new 3D TV. It was the Origami stroller. 4moms showing at the convention corresponds to the stroller’s highly anticipated official launch. “This stroller will beat the pants off any of those feature-rich Stokkes or Buzzes out […]