Moms On The Go — Meet The Scooter Stroller

Moms On The Go — Meet The Scooter Stroller

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Sarah Rae Smith
May 19, 2010

There are tons of things that pair together nicely in this world. Peanut butter and jelly, socks and shoes or even Mr. Rogers and Mr. McFeely — but never did we wish our stroller was part scooter. Although it is built with extra safety measures, the thought of using it on a busy street just gives us the heebie-jeebies! Want to see it in action?

The scooter stroller, or rather "Roller Buggy," from designer, Valentin Vodev, functions as a quicker way to get from point A to point B. When you're not feeling like a scoot around town, the product can simply be reversed so that the carrier sits over the scooter platform and it looks like a (more) normal stroller.

Although we don't see a parent hopping in and out of traffic with one of these, we do appreciate the safety measures that have been added — such as an extra seat belt and double disc brakes to help slow to a stop safely. Although this idea is technically still in concept form (though there is a prototype), it's had quite a buzz around the internet lately, so don't be surprised if this "what if" product becomes next year's reality.

What do you think about the Scooter Stroller? Let us know below!

(via: Roller Buggy via ohgizmo)
(Image: Roller Buggy)

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