There are six main types of strollers:
A bigger, sturdier and usually more durable stroller that can wheel your baby right through the toddler years. Perfect for those parents that are looking for investing in one stroller.
Lightweight or umbrella stroller
Lightweight strollers are designed with portability and travelling in mind. Usually weighs less than 20 lbs. The only downside of this stroller is that they have lesser features as compared to a full-sized stroller and they also use smaller wheels, making them less manoeuvrable and more difficult to push on rough surfaces.
Made with sturdier tires (two in the back and one up front) and a lightweight frame, jogging strollers are great for active parents and provide a smooth ride for all parties. They look cool, but they can also be bulkier and often impossible to fold. Plus, it is only suitable for older babies or parents that are avid runners
A stroller that provides two seats side by side or in tandem. Essential for twins or parents with two kids. These strollers for two tend to be bigger and bulkier, weighing in at up to 40 pounds and with a much larger footprint.
Car seat carrier
One of the lesser-known strollers but a perfect option for parents with newborns to babies up to 12 months old. A car seat frame is inexpensive, compact, and light with the average weight being 11 to 16 lbs.
The most convenient option for parents with newborns as it is a stroller with a fully detachable infant car seat.