That’s a lot of pressure in itself, but as well as that you’re also expected to be able to use, dismantle and re-assemble these products quickly and correctly hundreds of times a day. One of the worst products you have to get to grips with is your baby’s pram.
Whenever you leave your home, your little one has to be popped inside, but some of the prams on the market don’t exactly look child friendly.
Well, the 4moms Stroller is looking to change that. Not only does it have a snazzy name and a great look, it’s pretty clever too. The buggy doesn’t have the usual hydraulic system of an ordinary buggy.
You won’t have to fiddle, by pushing and pulling it in all sorts of directions, you just push a button and it’ll collapse neatly. You don’t worry about accidentally pressing the button whilst your little one is inside though, there’s an LCD display that lets you know when you can push the button, and it won’t work when the baby is on board.
This type of high end pushchair doesn’t come cheap though. You’ll have to spend $850 (£540) to get your hands on one of these. It may be pricey, but before you reach for one of the cheaper hydraulic models, remember the grandparents.