Area 52 is bringing to market the world's most advanced stroller - Cyberstroller - and it is all set to shake up a sector that has progressed little in terms of technology. The Cyberstroller has been developed in collaboration with one of the worlds largest stroller manufacturers.
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Hi-tech, all-terrain and unapologetically modern; welcome to Cyberstroller. Pushing the limits of control and capability, Cyberstroller puts ease into every trip - from city streets to off-road adventures - taking every challenge effortlessly in its stride. As innovative as it is desirable, Cyberstroller fits seamlessly into the lives of tech-savvy parents.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How does Cyberstroller fold to fit into the back of a car? - that ball looks big!
Once the seat is detached, the simple folding mechanism seemlessly actuates the pump in the Cyberwheel to quickly deflate the ball for easy storage into the back of a car. Due to this, Cyberstroller won't take up any more room than a conventional stroller, despite the size of the Cyberwheel.
How big is Cyberstroller compared to normal strollers?
Cybertrollers has a similar footprint to most other strollers, meaning it's can still fit in all the same spaces. Thanks to the unique 3 wheel steering system, it's just as manouevrable too.
How heavy is it?
Chassis weight = 11kg (this is what you'd lift into the back of a car) Assembled weight (with push chair attached) between 13-15kg depending on spec. These values are about the same as most comparative 4-wheeled strollers. The wheel may look bulky, but the weight of the ball and integral pump is offset by the fact that it doesn't have 2 heavy castor wheels at each corner.
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