Babyhome Emotion Stroller Review
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Babyhome Emotion Stroller Review

By Amy Morrison

This stroller is an umbrella stroller that kinds isn’t an umbrella stroller. Here’s what I mean:

If you don’t want to watch the video, here is my cheat sheet:


  • This stroller is super compact both in action and folded
  • The ride is super smooth
  • It’s really light at 13lbs
  • Good storage underneath
  • Includes a rain cover & canopy extender
  • Car seat compatible for Cybex (Aton), Nuna (Pipa), Maxi Cosi (Mico AP) and Graco (Classic Connect) – adaptor sold separately
  • Single bar handles so it’s easy to push one handed
  • Nice and nimble to squeeze through any place you can
  • It folds lengthwise instead of widthwise to give you more of a square-fold than a golf-bag fold
  • It has a standing fold and the handle doesn’t touch the floor (this isn’t a pet peeve for me but I know it bugs a number of people)


  • The cup holder and carseat adapters are extra. This pisses some people off but I’d prefer to only pay for the things I’m using. I would need that cup holder though ; )
  • It’s around $299 which isn’t super inexpensive (but not nutty either)

If you want to compare it to others:

  1. Armadillo Flip: folds down just as small and has the forward facing option but it runs around $499
  2. UPPAbaby G-Luxe: True umbrella stroller so it’s longer and narrower when folded. Isn’t car seat adaptable, but it’s about the same weight and comfort and runs around $260
  3. Mountain Buggy Nano: A little wider but comes with the travel bags and weighs the same as the Emotion. It runs around $230

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