Looking for the right stroller can be very tiring while pregnant. There are so many different types, models, and colors. On top of that, every brand claims to make the best stroller ever. During my search, the only thing I was clear about, is that I wanted a stroller as sustainable as possible. In my research, I found a Dutch company that makes green strollers in a circular way: Greentom. The designer Bart Bost is the man behind Greentom. He makes strollers from almost one hundred percent recycled materials. Their mission is to design, develop and produce smart and sustainable products that make the world a little bit greener. For their strollers, they use recycled plastic bottles. This helps because the waste does not end up in our rivers, oceans, on our beaches or in landfills. At the end of its lifecycle, all of the Greentom products can be reused or recycled.
I wanted to give it a try and got the Carrycot model in color beige, with the frame in white. As soon as I got it, my husband and I were curious about it and started putting it together. The stroller was to ensemble very quick and easy. It feels lightweight and rides very smooth. I like it that the stroller grows up with the baby. When the Carrycot gets too small (or de the baby too big), I can use the reversible version. The frame stays the same, you only need to get the extra reversible or the classic chassis. These you can use the rest of the stroller time.
Greentom is the proof that circular products can be beautiful and timeless. You can use smart, cool and functional green products and make a difference.
I took my Carrycot stroller for a test ride. I can’t wait to start using it for real when the baby is born!
Discover more about the world of Greentom here: https://www.greentom.com/nl/
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2 thoughts on “Greentom – A Baby Stroller Made From Recycled Plastic Bottles”
Beautiful pram. I bought second hand for my kids, found it the most sustainable option for us and saved us a fortune.
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Hi Elaine, second-hand is indeed the most sustainable option! The Greentom is a good option for parents who want to buy something new 😉