Good morning everyone ! This last Friday I was in Hamburg for a meeting with Joolz founder Emile Kuenen and his team and here are finally all the details for you !
Joolz, the Amsterdam based stroller company had kindly invited me, a few other fellow mom bloggers and our kids to a meet-and-greet at Juliana Afram‘s trendy and child-friendly Pilates Studio 1880 where we got to take a first hand look at two of Joolz’ limited edition strollers, the Joolz Day by Fab and the Joolz Day Tokyo !
As you can see, everybody had a good time and it was great to meet other German mom bloggers and see some familiar and some new faces ! I really enjoyed talking to the bloggers behind Kid-A-Porter, kleinstyle, baby1st, Butterflyfish, rosa&limone, ME Super Mom and Lucie Marshall and appreciated the opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences – it’s not every day that you have the opportunity to be in a room full of people who share so many of your passions !
While Juliana’s team of pilates teachers kept our kids happy and entertained with all kinds of games, balloon animals and face-painting, Emile and his team introduced us to Joolz, told us more about the company and demonstrated the use of their strollers.
I have to admit, I really fell in love with the Joolz Day, especially due to the fact that this stroller was designed by a man and and features a more dad-friendly design. Features like the leatherette handlebar and safety bar, the wheels that look like rims or the chassis in the color “gun metal” are something truly innovative and it’s refreshing to see a stroller design targeting men a little more !
Not only am I a big fan of denim fabrics for strollers and really adore the limited edition Joolz Day by Fab stroller and diaperbag but I was equally impressed with the design of the Joolz Day Tokyo edition, its mix of different fabrics and the lucky Japanese symbols on the lining and the parasol. I can also honestly say that in six years of various stroller experiences, I have never come across a stroller that is so versatile, so thought through and so easy to fold… and I’m not saying that because I have to !!! 😉
Friday really was a great day and the cherry on top of my Joolz cake was that I got to take Nick on one of mommy’s business trips – he was so proud to be able to come along and as you can see in the pictures above, he had tons of fun with the other blogger kids !
A big thank you to Emile, Saske and the whole Joolz team, Juliana from Studio 1880 and Katrin Born and her team from be: public relations for organizing the event ! 🙂
(images: bridgee for littlestarblog)