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Baby Planet Endangered Species Stroller Monarch Butterfly

The Endangered Species Monarch Butterfly Stroller, by Baby Planet, offers the ultimate in comfort and style, perfectly balanced within a “Lightweight Aluminum”, “Ultra Compact” frame. Its sturdy construction will accommodate children from 1 month up to 55 lbs. and will hold up to all the challenges of your daily travel needs.

The stability enhanced frame resists tipping, over other frame styles. Its distinctive style and tailoring keep it on the cutting edge of today’s modern strollers. In addition to its eye catching appearance, the Monarch Butterfly Stroller also has a wide range of features typically found at a much higher retail.

Items such as: Angled “Ergo-Fit” Handles, full Canopy with both “Peek-a-Boo” Window and “Sun/Wind” Visor, Parent Cup Holder that can attach to the right or left side, multi position Reclining Seat with Adjustable Leg Support, a seating area fit for both young and old with “Easy-Use” 5-Point Harness, durable “Easy-Roll” wheels with Full Suspension and Swivel Locks, Auto Fold Frame Lock and Oversized Storage Basket to fit all your needs.

As with all Baby Planet products, the Monarch Butterfly Stroller is also eligible for our “Free Recycling Program.” Best of all, with every sale, a donation is made to the Wildlife Conservation Society to help protect endangered species and the habitats they occupy.

Product Features

  • Wildlife conservation society donation
  • Color and design of species on stroller
  • Ultra compact fold
  • Lightweight aluminum frame
  • Holds up to 65 pounds

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Tags: Species, Monarch, Baby, Stroller, Planet, butterfly, Endangered

2 Comments

  1. Alison Armstrong "First time mom" says:

    I love this stroller I am very happy with the Baby Planet Lemur frog stroller! The full recline came in very handy while at an outdoor festival with no regular bathrooms for diaper changes, the wheels roll really well and the canopy is the best available. It provides a lot of shade when open and if the straps are unhooked, it will completly cover the child. I looked at so many other strollers (mac, chico, etc) and am so happy I went with Baby Planet instead. The parent cup holder stays on, unlike the cup holder on my other stroller and it folds up very compact. My daughter seems to be comfortable. The seats are really nicely padded and it has an adjustable leg rest. The big basket is also a plus. Unlike most light weight strollers that have a very tiny basket (if any) and when it is in use, the netting doesn’t rub on the wheels. The only things I was disappointed about is that the description on many online retail sites says that there is a child cup holder and adjustable handles, which is not true. The solo sport delux (which is not available in the endangered species line) has the child cup holder and extendable handles. That was a big selling point for me, but I would not return this stroller now that I found out it doesn’t have then. We absolutly LOVE this stroller and recommend it to all of our friends.

  2. K. Kerrigan says:

    Overall a good buy I did a lot of research before deciding on this stroller. Everyone compares it to the MacLaren, but I really think that the MacLaren looks cheap next to Baby Planet. The seat looks more comfortable, and the leg extension is a far more durable design. I had some reservations about buying a stroller without testing it, but this has proven to be a well made product. It’s lightweight and handles well. If you’ve read a lot of reviews, you know about the frame going through the storage basket. I haven’t found this to be a problem. My one complaint is specifically with the Snow Leopard canopy: it’s a soft plush fabric, almost like brushed velour. I’m not sure how it will hold up when wet, and on a personal note, it’s a little over the top for me. If I had seen it in person, I probably would have chosen a different Baby Planet stroller. However, I don’t feel that it’s so horrible that I needed to return it, and I’m certainly not embarrassed by it. On a positive note, the canopy can close completely over the passenger, making a little tent. Overall, It gets high marks. Oh, and if you’re worried that it doesn’t have a tray or child cup holder, go to One Step Ahead and order the universal stroller tray.

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