Two-Wheel Stroller (Aug, 1950)

Two-Wheel Stroller
Two small wheels, a tubular-metal frame and a harness-type seat are all it takes to make a baby stroller developed in Germany. It can be taken almost anywhere because it occupies little space. The child sits in the seat and hangs onto the rectangular frame.

5 comments
  1. Village Idiot says: July 18, 20073:58 pm

    Another one where you have to wonder why it never caught on…

  2. Charlie says: July 18, 20074:01 pm

    I don’t know what you mean. It works fine as long as you never let go. Or if your child has an exceptional sense of balance.

  3. Blurgle says: July 18, 20076:49 pm

    My back is already aching looking at the posture that woman would have to have to push that thing.

  4. Stannous says: July 18, 20078:11 pm

    What wusses!, A REAL German would have had uni-stroller!

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