Joovy Kooper Lightweight Baby Stroller Featuring Removable, Swing-Open Tray, Big Wheels, Reclining Seat with Footrest, Extra-Large Retractable Canopy, and Compact Fold (Sand)

(10 customer reviews)

$249.00

About this item SWING-OPEN TRAY has extra-deep cup holders for bumpy rides and this lightweight stroller is designed so little ones can’t kick the tray and lose their snacks! It also folds down with the stroller, so feel free to keep it attached BIG WHEELS on this compact stroller are the biggest wheels of any comparable stroller on the market. That means a smooth ride for little ones and an easy one-handed push for you RECLINING SEAT WITH FOOTREST lets little ones kick back and relax with the customizable recline of the Kooper’s seat without limiting your access to the storage basket below EXTRA-LARGE WATER REPELLANT CANOPY provides UPF 50 sun protection from almost any angle and unzips for even more coverage and includes a peek-a-boo window BUILT FOR FAMILY, DESIGNED FOR LIFE – Joovy believes that happy, healthy parents produce happy, healthy children and the Kooper foldable stroller is designed to be compact and hard-wearing to carry your little one up to 55lbs
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Joovy Kooper Lightweight Baby Stroller Featuring Removable, Swing-Open Tray, Big Wheels, Reclining Seat with Footrest, Extra-Large Retractable Canopy, and Compact Fold (Sand)


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Product Dimensions

‎34.53 x 21.06 x 40.94 inches

Item model number

‎8228

Target gender

‎Unisex

Maximum weight recommendation

‎55 Pounds

Material Type

‎Polyester

Additional product features

‎Child Tray Included, Lightweight Compact Stroller

Number Of Items

‎1

Batteries required

‎No

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‎5 Point

Item Weight

‎16.17 pounds

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‎China

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B07NFVFLPL

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#16,835 in Baby (See Top 100 in Baby) #53 in Lightweight Baby Strollers

10 reviews for Joovy Kooper Lightweight Baby Stroller Featuring Removable, Swing-Open Tray, Big Wheels, Reclining Seat with Footrest, Extra-Large Retractable Canopy, and Compact Fold (Sand)

  1. Elli&Mama

    I love my new stroller! I bought and returned TOO MANY bc I wasn’t happy. I had bought the Uppababy Minu and also the Ergobaby Metro 2020 and returned both. I was looking things like; 1: comfort for my LO, 2: foldability (my new word), 3: maneuverability, and being a woman- 4: a nice sleek looking design thats easy to clean.Seat: the seat is actually flat which makes it more comfortable. The minu and metro both had a slight tilt in the seat that after a few minutes my daughter looked like the seat belt was the only thing holding her in and honestly looked super uncomfortable.The minu seat was very hard and rigid (could be fixed with a cushion but that’d cost more $ after the $430 I already paid).The metro was so plush and so comfortable, I mean come on- the brand is ergobaby, but not if my kid is hanging on by a thread. I wish ergobaby would sell just the seat cushion bc I’d buy it in a second. My daughter’s comfort is first and foremost on my list.Foldability: super easy to “pop” open and close, not “one handed” bc of the safety latch but I open the stroller before I get my kid. I will say it is do-able one handed if the latch is unlocked first and then opened. I also like the close bc it’ll stand up on its own without being all over the nasty ground. One thing I don’t like is that when you close it the front bottom part of the stroller hits the ground and can get scraped but I’m trying to find a way to fix that.Minu- great to open and close and oddly very satisfying 🙃, also very very sturdy, like a damn tank!Metro- hard to pop open like the other 2 strollers. Like you have to fling the damn thing multiple times to get it to lock open or you have to do it manually while this oddly noodle like stroller is just flopping around.Maneuverability: joovy kooper is small width wise, much better then the full size bus I had before (you would think someone would’ve told me I didn’t need a huge stroller), takes turns like a champ and fits between the tiniest space.Both minu and metro turned great and were small enough width wise. So all 3 are pretty even.FOR THE KID: Kooper has a nice tray, which is a must for us, and the leg rest adjusts which we actually use a lot more then expected.Minu doesn’t have adjustable leg rest and the tray was extra at the time and metro was hard to push the buttons to adjust. The seat CAN sit straight up if you pull hard enough on the string/tab thing. This is the same type of adjuster the other strollers have (I know for sure on the minu, don’t remember the metro). I actually don’t like this part of the stroller but it’s fine and not too annoying.The seat is plenty big enough for a toddler. My daughter is almost 3 weighing 30 lbs and about 36-37 inches and she has plenty of space for her head and for her legs. I was worried about this bc all reviews I saw were for little ones a year and under. She can use this for awhile. She LOVES the sunshade and I do too. It’s nice and big enough to cover that late afternoon sun from blinding her and gives her a private little space if she needs to sleep.FOR US: looks nice and sleek (I bought the all black) and unlike the minu the all black doesn’t cost an extra $30 bucks after the $400 you dish out first. Metro didn’t cost more for black either though. The tray pops out for easy cleaning and I can close the stroller with it. This is a selling point of joovy but I also can do this with other strollers that don’t advertise this. The storage area is made in such a way that things don’t fall out and is pretty spacious. With the minu things would easily fall out of the front bc of how it’s made/angled. Metro was very small and would fall out the back. Kooper also has a little zip storage bag which comes in handy at odd times. I do worry about the canopy being weather proof. I live in the southwest were we don’t get much rain and the winters are mild compared to what others may have but I will find a cover if necessary to protect my baby. I do like the peekaboo window, it’s a simple fold over design with a big enough space to actually see your LO.We’re gonna have another baby so I love that I can buy the carseat adapter and use basically any careseat brand and not need a new stroller (one of the reasons I bought this one). And the wheels can be changed so this can definitely make it through another kid. I haven’t washed the fabrics yet, so far all I’ve done is wipe down here and there but it’s been easy to clean cheetos and chocolate 😋.I’ve been looking for a unicorn stroller and I think I may have finally found it. I’ve read hundreds of reviews and looked at/tried out easily over 30+ strollers (my poor kid being my test dummy for lack of a better term). I’m surprised joovy kooper isn’t on more top 10 lists. Everyone has different needs and all babies are unique but from what I’ve tried this works great with babies that can hold themselves upright. I’m not afraid to spend $ to get a quality item, but sometimes the higher end models don’t meet my expectations.I’d highly recommend joovy kooper. I will update after we’ve had the stroller longer for durability, etc.I don’t get compensated in anyway, just wanna help out other parents since I did most of the hard work already… your welcome! 😇

  2. Ms. V

    After reading so many reviews on soooo many strollers I decided on this one and I’m so happy I did. I have had it for a couple of months already and its the easiest and most comfortable stroller for my 2 year 30lbs toddler and I. So easy to fold and unfold, very light weight, so large inside, I have read people not like the fabric material but I actually like; it its easy to wipe and durable. I was looking overall for a compact, lightweight stroller that can grow with my 2 year old that is also very well made and I totally found it. Oh and the huge canopy is amazing I love the breathable soft material. Great price for such great stroller.

  3. Amanda BreesAmanda Brees

    I’m going to write the review I wish someone would have written for me when I first set out to buy strollers. In short, you’re going to need three strollers. Get ready to invest $500 in strollers, and call it good to go. Any less, and you’ll get what you pay for. Or worse yet, try a bunch of mid-priced strollers, and still not end up with what works.The first stroller you’ll need is an infant seat carrier that is incredibly lightweight and easy to fold apart and back together. I can’t imagine what I would have done without my Baby Trend Snap-N-Go EX Universal Infant Car Seat Carrier. When they are tiny, you’re going to spend all sorts of time lugging that infant carrier around. You literally need something that basically falls right open to toss that heavy seat in and run errands. I used this thing constantly, and it was well worth the investment.I tried other similar infant carrier holder/carseat combinations such as the Graco Modes 3 Lite DLX Stroller, Includes Reversible Seat, Pierce and Evenflo Urbini Reversi Lightweight Stroller, but they both turned out to be a huge waste of money. The Graco reversible only works with their propriety travel system car seat, and the wheels are still plastic! No matter how tempting it may seem, don’t settle for a regular sized plastic wheeled stroller no matter how many gadgets it might have.The Evenflo was also great in theory, but a waste of money. Being able to interchange the carseat, and flip the baby forward and backward just does not matter all that much at all. Instead, you REALLY just need a very lightweight and portable universal infant carrier. That’s all I used for the first six months of my daughter’s life, because she was so little.The next stroller you are going to need is a good jogging stroller. I love my JOOVY Zoom 360 Ultralight. In theory, you can get a carseat adapter for it. It has big wheels for walking off the postpartum weight, but it is still pretty compact and lightweight. I would get the Joovy Zoom 360 Ultralight Jogging Stroller, Large Canopy, Lightweight Jogger, Extra Large Air Filled Tires instead of the original ZOOM for sure. It is absolutely worth it to get the rain cover and the bigger canopy. There is nothing worse than going on a walk with the sun in your child’s eyes most of the time.That said, you’re still going to need something more compact than your jogging stroller. Don’t fall for the trick of getting a regular sized stroller instead. That’s a huge waste of money. You already have your jogging stroller, and an infant seat carrier. When they are less than six months old, those two should do the trick. Once they get a little older, you’ll need to replace that infant seat carrier with an umbrella stroller.I tried the Cosco Umbrella Stroller with Canopy stroller. Another giant waste of money. I took it through airport security, and my daughter literally fell out of it onto the ground! I left it at my destination, and opted to carry her back through security the other way. Every parent thinks they need a ‘regular’ stroller, but what you actually need a shopping/airport/errand running stroller for your trunk. The jogging stroller can live in your garage for when you want to get your walk/run in. This second stroller needs to live in your car where you used to keep your infant carrier. It needs to have a five point harness, but it also needs a great canopy. That’s my biggest complaint about the Zoom Ultralight 360: the canopy is worthless. It makes a huge difference. You also need it to be super compact. A stroller that is for the purpose of lugging around your baby needs to be small. Trust me, you’ll pay all sorts of money for a ‘regular’ stroller, and it will sit there in your garage unused. Either you will use your jogging stroller to power walk/run, or you’ll need something for on the run. That’s really it.I HIGHLY recommend Joovy Kooper Stroller, Lightweight Stroller, Compact Fold with Tray. It is the quintessential alternative to a ‘regular’ stroller. It fits in my subcompact Scion XD no problem, and I just push the button to unfold it in an instant. It folds right back up no problem. The trifold takes up less space than a cheap umbrella stroller. It glides through tiny aisles. There is nothing worse than trying to push a GIANT stroller in any store. This is the solution. It is way more than an umbrella stroller, but way more helpful than a ‘normal’ stroller. You don’t need your stroller to make your baby recline, or turn around. You just need a place for a snack, a cup, a water bottle, and some shopping items below the cart. The wheels are big enough, and even though they are plastic, they are only going to be for running in and out of stores. You’ll use your jogging stroller for gravel, cement, rough roads, etc. This just needs to get you in and out of the coffee shop without needing someone to help you hold the door.And there you have it! This is the review I wish someone had written for me specifically when I set out on this incredibly expensive journey of finding a perfect stroller!

  4. Amazon Customer

    Loved how easy it is to fold and it saves so much truck space. It even fits in the back seat. Very lightweight and perfect for on the go.

  5. KU Fan

    Great purchase. Bought for vacation trip. Folded and unfolded easily with one hand. We pushed this stroller all over Kaui and it held up beautifully!!! Huge canopy provides tons of shade. Light weight storage area, cell phone picket and a zippered pocket you could put a wallet in. A cup holder for person pushing would have been nice, but highly recommend!!!

  6. marilu g sanchez

    I’ve had this one for about two months and I love it so much! It was worth every penny for the sheer ease of it. It’s lightweight yet sturdy. It truly can be opened with one hand and the incline feature comes in handy when baby gets sleepy. It’s compact size leaves so much room in our truck. Get this stroller!!

  7. hillary

    Look no more if you are looking for the perfect toddler stroller. I had purchased one of the $800 popular high end strollers that fell apart after one year of use and needed a new toddler stroller and searched through many until I found this one. It is so comfortable, easy to use, lightweight and has a tray for snacks and toys for your toddler. The quality is so nice and when you push it, it feels smooth actually better than the $800 one. Even has a cup holder for parents and small storage pouch and large storage underneath. I wish I would’ve found this a year ago. The stroller is my favorite and I’ve had several different ones.

  8. Love 2 Shop

    So, first of all let me tell you I looked at soooooooo many strollers, it was exhausting!I have been using this stroller for awhile now, so I can give you my honest review of it.I was given a Bob stroller (a great stroller and must have for serious outings/hiking/walking/running).But I wanted another stroller that was light and easy to maneuver around, especially for quick trips or a short walk, but even for a zoo day too. I also wanted features of a good sun cover, basket storage, and a tray. This stroller is EVERYTHING!!!It is super easy to maneuver anywhere, it’s lightweight but definitely NOT cheaply made. Handles bumps in the road with ease, I never get stuck. One finger easy turning. Seriously fantastic.The sun cover has absolutely AMAZING coverage, with a a perfect peek through area to watch the baby/toddler.The tray is fantastic!!!! Easy to open just one side, easy to take completely on/off, easy to clean and folds with the stroller!The backseat adjustment is easy to use and allows any position you want.Brakes are secure and simple to use, located in a convenient area as well.Seat belts are very secure from the child opening them….but easy to use for the adult (as I find some were horrible to try to open and close).Handle bar is nicely padded, comfortable to use.The storage is VERY roomy.It has a nice little pouch to put your phone and small things in.There is a cup holder, but it is for lighter cups (not your hydro flask).Folding is a dream, as well as lifting to put anywhere…and reopening too.I bought the green color, which is beautiful in person (the video has the more accurate color…the picture on the website looks terrible).Every time I used this stroller, I’d make my husband laugh…I kept repeating “this stroller is amazing.”Now I used my Bob stroller for the infant car seat, so I can not comment on the use of that, although I really imagine it’s pretty great with this stroller too.I can’t say enough good things about it.It’s a fantastic stroller, a great buy!!!

  9. Amazon Customer

    Have bought 2 of these for my grandkids . I like how easy they are to assemble and use.

  10. TyraTyra

    Being pregnant with our first kid was fun at first until you walk into the stroller and car seat aisle at a baby store. The experience is anything less than pleasant. You are meet with a wide assortment of option ranging from common to luxury brands. Each has it’s unique offerings and promises the world (well at least a golden chariot ride for your little baby). Naturally being a new mom I needed the very best for my baby and picked one of those ridiculous luxury brands. From the first stroller ride I hated that stroller. The first chance I had I bought another luxury brand smaller travel stroller. This stroller you had to be the size of a straw to get your baby into the seat as the sides came up extremely high. Another wasted paycheck on an empty promise stroller.Fast forward to pure frustration and carrying my very heavy 7 month old everywhere, and then amazon prime day happened! I had just recently purchased the amazing spoon and I thank the tech God’s for having a Joovy add pop-up in my Insta. It promised a deal on the Joovy Looper Stroller. I watched review after review, Youtube video after Youtube video and sent probably a 100 messages asking what time it would launch. Finally the magical moment arrived and I purchased this stroller. (Thank you to customer service for putting up with me). Upon receiving the stroller I immediately put it to use with my scepticism. However, all the worry and scepticism was for nothing. My baby boy loves that he could see out, to the sides and even up. He loves how high the seat sits and that he can still chill when he wants. The fact that it adapts to a car seat is even more magical. I can fold it with one hand, literally throw it in my truck (I swear I don’t, I love it too much), and go. It is so lightweight and compact. We love our stroller and are truly Joovy converts. We will be using Joovy products from this point forward! (Hence the now owned highchair (amazing), Loo (to be seen), and Spoon. I can’t thank them enough for their wonderful products and peace of mine.

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