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NEW Joolz Day3 Stroller - Full Review!

NEW Joolz Day3 Stroller - Full Review!

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There is a new stroller coming soon - and it's going to change everything! Meet the new Joolz Day3 stroller, expected to be out Spring 2019!

The Joolz Day3 is a fully-featured stroller, designed for parents who want a stroller that can do it all. No detail is overlooked on the Day3.What is new for the Joolz Day3 stroller?

  • Easier to assemble
  • Longer harness straps
  • Better footrest fixation
  • Better footboard compatability
  • Easier to adjust the straps of the seat
  • Button on chassis for the Joolz changing bag (sold separately)
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SPEC

The Joolz Day3 clocks in at 33"L x 23"W x 39-43"H and 29 lbs. It is meant to be used from birth to 44 lbs. When folded it folds down to 37.4 L x 22.8 W x 16.5 H and is freestanding.

CANOPY

The Joolz Day3 has UPF 50+ protection with an adjustable hood & peekaboo window.

SEAT

The seat of the Joolz Day3 provides optimal support for your baby, whether upright or reclined. The harness remains in an open, upright position and comes with a magnetic buckle, so your child is seated quickly and safely. There is a 3 position recline so your little one is comfy no matter what. The footrest can be adjusted with one hand. The bassinet and seat are high enough to reach the family table. The bassinet allows great ventilation. It is car seat compatible with a huge under-seat basket.

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MANEUVERABILITY

The tires are 100% puncture-proof too with all-wheel suspension and a one-touch brake. The adjustable handlebar is great for steering and comfortable to push.

PRICE

The Joolz Day3 retails for $999 and comes with the bassinet making it the perfect birth and beyond stroller. This stroller is perfect for the city - it will easily fit in the lift, on the underground or navigating a narrow aisle - with a width of just 23.5"!

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