The challenges of transporting baby are many in this complicated world
of planes, trains and automobiles. Some days
it’s all I can do to think my way through the carloads of baby
paraphernalia we’ll need just to get through just the weekend. Until
been an opportunity in the market for an all-in one system, one that
caters for infant transportation on foot, in car, and that will
also see a child through the toddler years.
Orbit System is set to revolutionise the way we get around
with its three-in-one approach. Years of research canvassing parents about frustrations with current baby products,
producing prototypes and extensive testing, led to this stunning modular system which has already been embraced
by celebrity parents like Maggie Gyllenhaal and Naomi Watts.
The Orbit features a truly compact one-handed fold – an absolute
blessing for parents juggling many objects or children!
Rather than just the reversible handle of other high end prams, Orbit
employs SmartHub rotation, which means that the
seat can be rotated 360 degrees allowing the child to face foward, rear
or sideways – great for cafes. The system can be upgraded later to
include a stroller seat (the car seat is approved for overseas use).
Orbit have their eyes firmly set on delivering a system that is not only the ultimate in clever design, but is
beautiful and eco-conscious. The company’s headquarters and manufacturing operations are run with the preservation of
the environment in mind, and they’re even releasing a special
green edition of the Orbit in order to highlight the
company’s eco-friendly direction.
Great consideration and effort has gone into eliminating chemical processes that harm the planet.
You’ll need to bypass the car seat function for now (not for
Australian use as a car seat but makes a gorgeous pram attachment),
however, as a pram for infant and toddler, this is a
buy that will have your social circle talking! People will be falling
over themselves to get a closer look at one of these beauties.
Available in your choice of stylish black or earthy mocha.
The Orbit System comes at a cost of US$900 and is not available in Australia yet – perhaps a reshipper could be the go….or a close relative or friend.