Baby Gizmo Spotlight Video Review: Stokke Crusi Stroller

Stokke Crusi

The Crusi is a new full-featured stroller from the luxury baby company, Stokke. This reversible seat stroller accommodates up to 45 lbs (in singles mode), sports a 2-position adjustable handle, and higher seat with 2 recline positions forward-facing and 3 recline position parent-facing.  The Crusi also features a very large basket, adjustable foot rest, and linked rear brakes. It rolls on 11 inch rear, puncture proof tires and 8″ front lockable swivel wheels for superb maneuverability.

Strokke Crusi

One of the biggest features of the Crusi is it is the first versatile stroller from Stokke that transforms from a single into a double stroller with the sibling seat (sold separately). The “sibling seat” is the same seat that you would get on the new Stokke Scoot stroller, therefore, accommodating up to 45 lbs. The second seat does not recline and has to be removed to fold the stroller.

If you purchase the sold separately Crusi Carrycot (note: the Xplory Carrycot will not fit on the Crusi frame!), you can turn the stroller into a pram.

Stokke Crusi

The Stokke Crusi is a celebrity-worthy stroller with a price tag to match. The Crusi in singles mode retails for $1249 and the second seat is an additional $299 with the Crusi Carrycot completing the package for an additional $399. This is not a stroller for the budget-conscious parent.  It will be available at select retailers and online starting March 2013.

We could give you all the specs in this review but we really want you to get an up close and personal look in our Baby Gizmo Video Review below:

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Thanks for the review. I actually just bought this partly due to being able to see it reviewed by Baby Gizmo. I just wanted to say that while it is true that the recline button is inaccessible while the sibling adapters are in place, you can still adjust the recline without having the remove them. You do have to remove the top seat and just click it into the recline you want. Also, regarding the basket, I found that I was able to “unload” the bulky or heavy items from my diaper bag to place in the basket while the… Read more »
Jessica Mertens

I’m in love with this stroller!

Pam Schmidt

I like the color and wheels