Strollers are all the same and haven't changed for decades. That's why 4moms developed the Origami power-folding stroller. At the touch of a button, it folds itself. It’s also a cell phone-charging, mileage-counting, LCD-sporting stroller, with generators in the rear wheels that charge it as you walk. Plus, the Origami has daytime running lights, pathway lights for low-light conditions, and sensors that detect when a child’s in the seat (so it’ll never fold by accident).
From power folding to cell phone charging, the Origami is what strollers should be.
It's the world's first power-folding stroller: at the touch of a button, it folds itself. To open or close the stroller, just push that button and relax while the rest takes care of itself.
Products for kids consume millions of alkaline batteries each year, and we didn’t want to add to that total. The Origami has built-in generators so the system recharges itself while you walk. Sure, you can plug it into a wall or even fold it manually if you need to, but a short walk is all it takes to keep the battery fully charged. It’s hard to be greener than that.
We’ve heard it before: won’t it eat my baby? Never fear: the Origami’s strictly vegetarian. Built-in sensors means it won’t fold a child in the seat, and the two-step activation system means you won’t fold it by accident. Plus, the Origami has daytime running lights to keep it visible at all times, and pathway lights to brighten your way in low-light conditions.
The LCD interface makes the Origami so easy to use our grandmothers can do it (no offense, Grandma). Plus, the Origami knows things. All you have to do is look at the display to confirm it knows a child is in the seat, or how charged the battery is, or how far you’ve walked. Easy, convenient, and very cool.
Weight and Age Limits
Origami with seat ring: 40 lbs (usually about two years) Origami with bassinet: 25 lbs or until child sits up unassisted (usually about 6 months)
Origami with car seat adapter: follow the weight and age limits of your specific car seat
32 in long
28 inches wide at the rear
front wheels to handlebar:
41 inches long
height: 39 inches
length: 38 inches width: 21 inches height: 14 inches