Little Tikes Stroll ‘N Go pushchair // Review (2015)

Little Tikes stroll n go

During our recent break away to Wales, we were lucky enough to take away with us the new stroller from Little Tikes, the Stroll ‘N Go.

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Little Tikes have launched their first ever Nursery collection with the Stroll ‘N Go, a lightweight stroller with an easy to use umbrella fold.

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On first impressions, the Stroll ‘N Go has everything you need in a stroller. It has a sturdy frame a comfy seat which has a full recline into multiple positions,  a 5 point safety harness, a good sized shopping basket and extendable leg rest.

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The Stroll ‘N Go has two soft foam handles with unique Little Tikes logo which are relatively high in comparison to other strollers on the market and perfect for taller parents to push their precious cargo with ease.

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I really love the storage pocket on the back of the hood on the stroller. It’s a fab addition for parents who want to just take a key or their phone out with them for a quick walk around the park.

Other features of the Stroll ‘N Go include front swivel wheels that makes the stroller turn easily, all round suspension, 3 shoulder strap positions for growing little ones, an easy to use brake and a large hood for sunny days.

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One of my most favourite features of the Stroll ‘N Go is how easy it is to fold with one hand. I’ve struggled in the past with strollers that have claimed to be easy to put down and I’ve struggled in the car park with Little Mr watching on in his car seat as I battle to work out how to put the stroller down. The umbrella fold of the Stroll ‘N Go is fantastic, really easy to put down and really quick. It folds compact perfect for the boot of the car, travelling on a plane or on a busy train. There’s also a carry handle for easy transportation. The stroller comes with a raincover too!

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The Stroll ‘N Go can be used from birth thanks to the full recline of the seat and will last until your little one insists on walking everywhere.

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Overall, the stroller is great; easy to push, comfortable for little ones to sit in and easy to fold down. If there’s one thing that I’m not so keen on it would be the basic colour, grey with a circle pattern. It’s a unisex pushchair so great for all children but it would be nice to see it in different colours in the future.

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The dimensions of the stroller when opened are H111 x W50 x D80cm. When folded the stroller is H110 x W25 x D37cm.


The Little Tikes Stroll ‘N Go is currently priced at £99.99 with Amazon (date checked 14th March 2015) which is a fantastic price for a stroller that does exactly what it’s meant to.

Disclaimer: This product was sent to us free of charge for the purpose of this review. All words and images are my own and this forms an honest and reliable review.

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  • Reply Kim Carberry 17/03/2015 at 1:26 pm

    That really looks and sounds fantastic!

  • Reply Kara 17/03/2015 at 3:09 pm

    I didn’t realise that LT made strollers – looks like a great buy and reasonable too

  • Reply Donna 17/03/2015 at 3:58 pm

    That seems like a perfect stroller for keeping in the car or having as a spare. Pretty good price too. I didn’t know Little Tikes had a nursery collection x

  • Reply Gym Bunny Mummy 17/03/2015 at 7:29 pm

    This looks like a fab little stroller, is there much choice in colour?

    • Reply Emma Shilton 17/03/2015 at 9:39 pm

      It’s a brilliant stroller. No choice in colour, just the grey/beige but hopefully they’ll bring out more colours in the future

  • Reply Laura 17/03/2015 at 8:00 pm

    I am in need of a new stroller for my little one. I bought a second hand Quinny from an auction site but I didn’t realise it didn’t recline! Not useful for an 8 month old!

  • Reply Colette B 17/03/2015 at 9:22 pm

    It looks like a great, basic stroller for the price point.
    Thanks for sharing your review on #TriedTested this week :) x

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