February 8, 2008

StrollAway Giant Stroller Hook Fits "Most Models"

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[Now about that stroller of yours:] It's huge, it cost you a fortune, and it's a neccessity. But where do you put it? The neighbors scowl if you leave it in the hallway (illegal they say, as it's a fire hazard). It folds, but the fact that it's on wheels makes it impossible to stay upright in a closet, and at about $1,000.00 a square foot in this city, it's costing you a fortune in lost space!
Ahh, the good old days when New York real estate was just $1,000/sf.

Still, the StrollAway superhook is long overdue. It works with "most models," and the absence of a Bugaboo in the photos is a reminder that you'd still have to figure out where to put the seat. Of course, if you had a nice, deep, walk-in pantry like that, I suggest you put it on another StrollAway in some other closet somewhere.

Don't know where you'll hang the baby...

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StrollAway by MetroTots, $40 [metrotots via swissmiss]
Slightly related: the Babykeeper

2 Comments

Amazingly, bicycle hooks at a chain hardware store are still two bucks. I guess that requires a hole, but that's what toothpaste is for.

Yeah, and they say that a folded stroller is difficult to store because it's on wheels. We just put the breaks on and lean it against the wall in the closet.

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