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Overview of the Contours Bliss Stroller

Contours Bliss 4-in-1 Convertible Stroller System, Crimson


How to fold Contours Bliss Stroller

Here is my video review of the Bliss Stroller. One thing to note is that I did not take the pram part off to show you how it could be used as a carrycot and I apologize. I had to shoot the video inside because it has been raining here for three days and I have not been able to get outside and for that I apologize.

Sometimes my job is really, really cool. There are times that I get to do things like fly to Chicago for the day just to ride in the World’s Biggest Baby Stroller! Yes, you heard that right, I went to Chicago this week to ride in the GIANT Contours Bliss Adult Stroller. This massive stroller is over 7 feet tall and weighs in at a shocking 350 lbs. The stroller is so big that you need a step ladder just to get in.

Contours Bliss Convertible Stroller - The seat turns into a bassinet.

the bliss stroller comes with a parent cupholder that attaches

The bliss stroller comes with a parent cupholder that attaches to the side of the stroller. Just be aware this is for bottles of water/cold drinks not for coffee as when the seat is turned to face parents the baby can reach it and in my case takes it over putting her own bottle or soother into it. It also features a foot muff that snaps on as easy as 1-2-3 it goes around the bar and snaps, then it snaps to the side of the stroller. This was perfect for us this past weekend because it was colder so I was able to convert the stroller into a pran and put the foot muff over her to keep her warm.

Not only did I get to take a ride in the giant stroller, but I had a chance to get some cool shots of the city of Chicago. So, until next time, Chicago, I had a great day trip and that giant Contours Bliss Stroller was one of the coolest things I’ve seen in the baby space in a while! Well done, Contours, well done.