CES 2017 Pittsburgh

4Moms Shows Off One Cool Stroller At CES 2017 [video]

4moms-moxi-top 4Moms Shows Off One Cool Stroller At CES 2017 [video]I got a chance to check out the Moxi stroller by 4Moms at CES 2017. It’s the most amazing stroller I’ve ever seen. Many baby gear companies are introducing technology into strollers here and there, with Moxi, 4Moms has gone for a hattrick.

For starters the Moxi has power on board generated by the energy created from the stroller itself. The power on board provides a USB outlet for device charging. It also features a control panel, and lights on the stroller that make it safer to walk the baby in low light conditions.

The Moxi stroller is also a smart stroller. It connects to an app that tracks lifetime trip history and customizes fitness settings for accurate tracking of calories burned.

“For the past 11 years, we’ve been working hard to develop safe and innovative products that disrupt the baby gear industry and make lives of parents easier,” said Rob Daley, CEO and co-founder of 4moms. “The moxi stroller brings technology capabilities to a product category that has otherwise maintained the status quo for decades. The design and function put moxi in a class by itself.”

Moxi-charging 4Moms Shows Off One Cool Stroller At CES 2017 [video]

The moxi stroller offers a range of seat configurations from a built-in bassinet for newborns and both front and rear facing positions. It is also compatible with a variety of infant car seats including the 4moms self-installing car seat which will be available this September. The 4moms moxi stroller is designed to be used from birth and with children up to approximately 55 pounds. The moxi stroller also comes complete with a dashboard bag, canopy with a pop-out shade, front-wheel swivel locks for rough terrain and a flip-flop friendly brake.

4Moms moxi stroller features:

  • Charge cell phones via USB port
  • Track temperature, time, distance travelled, speed and battery levels via the LCD screen
  • Illuminate pathways and be seen at night, using both headlights and taillights
  • Monitor steps and calories burned