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Parenting is hard when you want the best for your new baby and it can be complicated in choosing the best product at the best value. I remember with my older children having to buy an infant seat rear facing seat and then having to purchase another car seat once they outgrew that one and then a separate stroller which all adds up to a lot of money and inconvenience. The Urbini Omni 3-in-1 Travel System is a wonderful new product that allows your baby to grown from the infant stage to the toddler years with only one stroller.
Urbini is a new brand that desires to bring stylish and adaptable products to help parents care, protect, and nurture their babies. Urbini's first three products that launched at Walmart earlier last year, included the Omni 3-in-1 Travel System. This versatile system offers a variety of strolling options as your baby grows from nesting in an infant car seat, to relaxing in the cozy bassinet, to riding forward or parent facing in the convertible stroller seat. It was so popular when first released at Walmart stores and online, that it sold out in just one month but is back in stock!
The reviews on Walmart's website speaks for itself with 163 five star ratings and I will definitely look into purchasing one! I also like that the Omni 3-in-1 Travel System is also available in the following colors:
· Urbini also has The Hummingbird which is the world's lightest full-featured stroller with a one handed closing capability and who wouldn't like that? Strollers can be such a hassle and the closing mechanism can be equally a pain so The Hummingbird sounds ideal! The Touri includes a stroller and Petal Infant Car Seat creating the ultimate on-the-go travel system which is another win-win for parents. Anyone who travels with infants and toddlers knows the benefits of convenience. I remember visiting Disney and having to lug around a toddler and a stroller while trying to hop on and off trams. What a pain that was given the weight and the complexity in closing it!