All user reviews of Stokke Scoot V2

10 parent reviews

I was rather happy with it


A good stroller for your child - I was rather happy with it 🙂

I wasnt happy with it at all


I wasn't happy with it at all. Bad wheels - it's no good for ANY kind of terrain. No bumper bar - the child practically hangs in the harness. No leg rest, short canopy...

Handy, comfy and compact


Excellent, handy stroller comfortable for small babies as well as older children 😊 It is super compact and can be folded in one piece. Perfect for vacations 👍🏼 Large wheels for more difficult terrain plus a robust hood protecting against the sun. It features a large shopping basket and rides well even on snow and sand. Adjustable backrest (three positions). I sincerely recommend it.

  • Newborn friendly
  • Spacious for sleeping
  • Ventilation parts in the sides
  • Numerous optional accessories
  • Spare parts available
  • No-maintenance wheels
  • Large shopping basket
  • No leg rest
  • No bumper bar

A perfect pushchair... A little tank able to pass through any terrain.

  • Easy to fold
  • Easy to push
  • Parent- as well as world-facing seat
  • Takes up only a little space
  • No belly bar

A perfect pram, super-easy to fold. The seat is reversible. We could go on any terrain with it, and it didn't take up much space in the boot of our car 👌

  • Easy folding
  • Easy maneuvering
  • Reversible seat unit
  • Compact
  • No bumper bar

A perfect stroller, and so easy to fold. The seat unit can face forward but also face the parent. All-terrain, and not taking up much space in the car 👌

  • The wheels were moving too much to the sides
  • Difficult manipulation

I wasn't happy with it. It was too heavy, and the quality was not that high. The seat unit was too short and too narrow.

  • easy manipulation
  • compactness
  • a bit larger in the trunk than those lightweight strollers
  • heavier
  • not the greatest to go up/down the stairs

As a stroller out of a 3in1 stroller system, it is the best because it folds in one piece. It is, however, more difficult to climb a curb or up and down the stairs, but on the other hand, we were able to handle a demanding walk in the forest with it. A disadvantage is the hanging legs of the sleeping child when it's older - since they won't fit inside once it gets taller.

Great to push

  • Compactness
  • Driveability
  • Large shopping basket
  • Fabrics are not that thin, which is great 😊
  • Adjustable handle
  • Small-in-size, narrow seat unit

Great to push. Able to handle harsher terrain as well 😊

  • beautiful design, quality fabrics
  • large canopy with ventilation
  • much higher seat than the competition offers
  • the recline was very nice, no bucket form, but you need to use both hands to recline the seat
  • spacious, but I think I have a child that's too tall ;-) so it will last us maybe two, two-and-a-half years
  • V2 wheels are much better than the V1
  • tall handlebar
  • large basket - but too open (my stuff sometimes falls out, so best used with a big bag plus a few nappies
  • nice, one-piece fold
  • the worst flaw would be the stiff chassis making for a \hard\" ride"
  • the all-terrain wheels don't helo much there; every bump, hole, stone makes you lift the stroller (I gave up when walking downtown after maybe 10 minutes, and my husband flipped it over when getting down a curb)

I was so looking forward to having it... and then I took it out to tackle our not-so-perfect sidewalks, and my joy was over. No good way to deal with that... Too heavy for a purely urban stroller; doesn't cope well with any all-terrain ride. If you want a Stokke, buy an Xplory, if you want an all-terrain Stokke terrain, buy a Trailz, or a better brand for that matter.

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