4Moms Origami Self folding Stroller / Pram £879.98 @ Amazon
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4Moms Origami Self folding Stroller / Pram £879.98 @ Amazon

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Found 17th Nov 2013
The worlds first self folding pram has finally come to Amazon and has a introductory offer of £50 off the retail price.

The is on the high end of the market for Prams but if your in the range of comparing this to Stokke / icandy, 4moms will win hands down. It self charges itself and also charges your mobile phone!

Please don't just vote cold because you think it's too much for a pram. If you are comparing the "premium end" of the market, some people can spend over £1,000 on these.

Watch this video and you'll soon be amazed!
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Description:
The 4moms Origami Stroller is the world's first power-folding stroller. This innovative stroller folds and unfolds at the touch of a button, self-charges as you walk, and displays walking speed and distance travelled on an LCD dashboard. With four-wheel suspension for a smooth ride and plenty of storage for all baby's kit, the chic and stylish 4moms Origami is what strollers should be.

21 Comments

Does it take the kid out for you at that price?

Does it require an MOT test?

I saw this in NY last year, it's actually pretty cool, but still expensive!

amazon.co.uk/gp/…115
great but if only this had been around my mine was a bit smaller
why not go the whole hog?

Is it radio controlled?
Are batteries included?
Is it waterproof? How many metres?
Four wheel drive?

Original Poster

Batteries include and they charge themselves when you walk!
It's waterproof as well going through large puddles. Lots of reviews online to confirm this.

Not sure about four wheel drive?!

For the price your getting amazing technology for a pram!

james10999

Batteries include and they charge themselves when you walk!It's … Batteries include and they charge themselves when you walk!It's waterproof as well going through large puddles. Lots of reviews online to confirm this.Not sure about four wheel drive?!For the price your getting amazing technology for a pram!



Cool, shame you can't get one in adult size though

obviously something a MAN would want for their kid. Price is a no no...... COLD!

Self folding stroller? I give it a month before it malfunctions and folds with a baby in. Lawsuit waiting to happen

Original Poster

Something a man would want....yep! Its amazing and is worth the price for faffing around with putting up these contraptions with a baby in your arms.

Worth every penny!

And no.....these have been out in the US for 18 months. Not one baby has been caught in it whilst it folds down. It has a guarantee about it never doing that as well.

Seriously? If you are just THAT lazy about folding a pushchair you probably shouldn't have kids!

My baby jogger city mini is a very easy one hand fold and it cost around £150 (discounted). I personally don't need one to fold itself! I've not voted however. It will be a good deal to some.

its not waterproof , 4moms told me its not and would lose ya gatentee if u put it through puddles , it also cant go on sand ie anywhere nere a beach and u cant use from newborn as the seat doesnt go bk more than a few cms good price though , but proberly worth waiting out for there newer one

£880 for a buggy that you can't get wet......

Pretty sure they promised titanic wouldn't sink too but it still happened

Jayley21: If you are THAT lazy about folding a pushchair you shouldn't have kids!

It's the difficulty of folding, not that folks are too lazy. Some of them should provide training they're so complicated to collapse! Just when mum and dad master the art of it, Nana/ grandad want to take their grandkid out but can't take the pram as they couldn't put it down - I talk from experience here by the way! 20 minutes straight my Mum tried to collapse by pram, without success! Not that I'd pay that for a pram, but happily let the richer folk buy it then I'd pay a fraction of the original price to buy it from them second hand. Great idea.

Feastwood2012

Jayley21: If you are THAT lazy about folding a pushchair you shouldn't … Jayley21: If you are THAT lazy about folding a pushchair you shouldn't have kids!It's the difficulty of folding, not that folks are too lazy. Some of them should provide training they're so complicated to collapse! Just when mum and dad master the art of it, Nana/ grandad want to take their grandkid out but can't take the pram as they couldn't put it down - I talk from experience here by the way! 20 minutes straight my Mum tried to collapse by pram, without success! Not that I'd pay that for a pram, but happily let the richer folk buy it then I'd pay a fraction of the original price to buy it from them second hand. Great idea.



I have had more pushchairs/prams than I can count! With twins and a younger child all pushchairs have varied - never had any problem taking down a pushchair as I actually read the instructions! When purchasing second hand I have always had the common sense to ask the seller how to collapse the pushchair before I left their house and also have shown nannies and grandads how to fold down before they take my children out! Really not that hard

Jayley21: 'I actually read the instructions! I actually have the common sense to ask the seller how to collapse it.

Good for you! I wasn't rude to you or insulting about you in my post in anyway. Obviously something caught a nerve that warranted your arrogant response about me not having any common sense and implying I'm so stupid I didn't try to teach my Mum how to put the pram down. Stop jumping to off the mark conclusions. I've read instructions, I can put down my pram & I do try to teach anyone who borrows it - unfortunately I could not teach my Mum, despite numerous attempts.

Most Mums will admit to either them, or someone using their pram, having difficulty putting it down at some point. You are obviously an exception to this rule, well done!! Steady on that high-horse.

Feastwood2012

Jayley21: 'I actually read the instructions! I actually have the common … Jayley21: 'I actually read the instructions! I actually have the common sense to ask the seller how to collapse it.Good for you! I wasn't rude to you or insulting about you in my post in anyway. Obviously something caught a nerve that warranted your arrogant response about me not having any common sense and implying I'm so stupid I didn't try to teach my Mum how to put the pram down. Stop jumping to off the mark conclusions. I've read instructions, I can put down my pram & I do try to teach anyone who borrows it - unfortunately I could not teach my Mum, despite numerous attempts.Most Mums will admit to either them, or someone using their pram, having difficulty putting it down at some point. You are obviously an exception to this rule, well done!! Steady on that high-horse.



I'm sorry if my response 'hit a nerve' with you as you obviously took it very personally! It was not directly aimed at you but generally. To be honest, anyone other than myself, husband, mother or mother in law have ever needed to use any pushchair belonging to myself and prior to them using it I made sure they were aware how to fold it down...I suppose some people just cant remember how to fold down prams but its not really rocket science is it?

And if you cant fold down a pushchair then yes...this post is ideal!

Baby it's cold outside

Original Poster

Quite surprised this has had such a cold reaction!
Its one of the besf selling prams in th USA and this is the cheapest price in the UK?

Why so cold?!

james10999

Quite surprised this has had such a cold reaction! Its one of the besf … Quite surprised this has had such a cold reaction! Its one of the besf selling prams in th USA and this is the cheapest price in the UK?Why so cold?!



We're not as lazy or fat as the Americans just yet.
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