And it’s not only small and lightweight - it’s also chic and so well-designed, boasting a sleek frame and a smooth ride.
The Joolz Aer is a compact stroller that folds down to just 21 L x17.7 W x 8.5 H! When open, it measures 32.6 L x17.7 W x 41.5 H. This stroller is truly lightweight at just 13.4 pounds!
This is a really convenient stroller that opens and closes super easily - just press both white buttons at the same time, and watch it fold in a snap! There’s a simple flip flop proof brake between the rear wheels that makes it pretty much effortless to lock the stroller in place, and the automatic transport lock keeps it folded.
Tall Head Height
The UPF 50+ sun hood on this stroller is really cool!
There’s a mesh part where you can look through to see your baby - and the cool part is that it totally meshes with the stroller; it looks really sleek!
This stroller comes with a comfortably padded seat that’s nice and wide, so that your little one can fit in it as long as needed! This seat conforms to your child’s body.
The storage basket on this stroller is spacious and durable, big enough to hold a diaper bag and more.
There's actually also a slim pocket in the back of the stroller.
The rear wheels are fixed, and the front wheels can be changed from fixed to swivel wheels - there’s a little white piece on each front wheel that you push down to lock the wheel in place and push back up to turn it back into a swivel wheel.
Joolz Gives Back
When you buy a stroller from Joolz, they will plant a tree for your baby in the Joolz Birth Forest in Colombia. So, you’re not just buying a stroller; you’re also helping the environment! We love that about this Amsterdam-born brand! You get a stroller you love, while benefiting the environment! Definitely a Win- win!
Q: How do you wash the Joolz Aer?
All fabric on the Joolz Aer is hand washable, and the frame can be wiped down with a damp cloth.
Q: Can this stroller fit in the overhead compartment on a plane?
The Joolz Aer is compact enough to fit in the overhead compartment of most planes, although we recommend you check with the airlines prior to departure to make sure it’s allowed.