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ZHHAOXINSP Strong Twin Baby Buggy, Stroller Foldable Detachable

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Product description

We believe that good materials, stylish design and first-class technology will bring you a better product experience.

Advantage:
Lightweight and portable, easy to fold, great for Airplane.
The stroller backrest supports three angle adjustments, 110° comfortable sitting position, 145° half lying, 175° lying flat for baby to sleep.
The four wheels have shock absorbing springs to protect the baby from bumps,and built-in bearings for smoother and quieter.
Five-point seat harness,provide maximum safety for your baby.
Oversized pockets, footrest, etc, ensure the safety and comfort of your baby.

Technology:
We adopt: good materials, stylish design and first-class technology.
We promise you that the goods you receive are brand new and reasonably priced. What we do is to make you have a great shopping experience.

Product parameters:
Expansion size: 110×69×99cm
Folding size: 47×34×82cm
Product weight: 13Kg

Package Included:
1 x Stroller

Suggest:
Recommend age is from 0-3 years old or maximum baby weight up to if 25kg.



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ZHHAOXINSP Strong Twin Baby Buggy, Stroller Foldable Detachable

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