Joovy Qool Stroller Giveaway Event

Are you looking for a stroller that’s perfect for one but can be modified to carry 3 children at once? If so, you’ll want to check out the new Qool stroller from Joovy! Janessa from Thrifty Nifty Mommy recently published a full review of the Joovy Qool Stroller so you can read all about it.

Joovy Qool Description

Known as “The Only Stroller You’ll Ever Need” the Qool is built to last, can hold up to 110 lbs and seat up to three children, from newborns to toddlers. With optional extra seats, it’s never more than you want, and never less than you need — just get the accessories that suit your family.

Whether you have twins or an open mind about the future, the Qool will adapt, and you’ll never have to buy another stroller again!

  • As a single, it can be configured with baby facing forward, or back, high or low.
  • It has 56 configurations that support your family as it grows – just choose the accessories that you need, when you need them.
  • For naps-on-the-go, baby rides comfortably in the reclining cushioned seat.
  • The stylish expandable canopy is fully adjustable, and baby will be visible through a unique mesh window providing 180-degree visibility and excellent ventilation.
  • Each seat carries up to 55 lbs. and the stroller can carry up to 110 lbs. total.
  • When “Number Two” comes along, no need to buy a new stroller, just add the Front Adapter and a Second Seat.
  • Excellent for Twins and even converts to a triple.
  • Accessories sold separately include Car Seat Adapters, Bassinet, Second Seat, Bench Seat (second or third seat), Front Position Seat Adapters, Tote, Parent Organizer, Rain Cover and Child Tray.

I’m teaming up today with a few great bloggers to offer you the chance to WIN one too!

Disclosure: Joovy is responsible for product fulfillment. This giveaway is not associated with Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, or Twitter.


  1. The good moments are what we remember later. The annoyances get quickly blurred in our minds, right? I guess that means its worth the pain-in-the-assery of taking kids on trips. We went to Europe with our kids when they were in the toddler & preschool stages. I remember the stress of potty-training using foreign toilets and the pushing stroller (with toddler who insisted on throwing her shoes repeatedly on the Paris streets), but the bad times are now the good stories now =)

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