Wednesday, December 31, 2008

The Mommy Hook Stroller Hanger


Sybil says she can't live without the The Mommy Hook Stroller Hanger. She has the Baby Jogger City Classic, and while there seems to be enough storage space for most things, sometimes you just don't want to smush your purse in with all the other baby stuff. She always keeps the Mommy Hook attached to her handlebars and easily attaches and detaches her purse as she comes and goes. And unlike other hooks out there on the market, the Mommy Hook Stroller Hanger is carabiner-style, so you don't need to worry about your things falling off.

It is sturdy, can hold multiple bags, can accommodate a set of keys, and won't slide due to its handy rubber grip. It's also great for holding other valuables that you don't want lost in the shuffle of the stroller's basket and mesh compartments, like a camera or a grocery bag with a carton of eggs in it. It's also great for shopping carts.

And at $7.99...why not?

5 comments:

  1. You do realize that the object shown is a common carabiner?

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  2. And caribiners can be obtained from any locksmith or hardware store for about $2.00. Even in purple or other 'pretty' colors.

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  3. Yes, I am aware of the fact that the Mommy Hook is just a carabiner. The $2 ones that you'll find in a hardware store are too small to fit around all stroller handlebars, which can sometimes be thick. Bigger carabiners can be about $5 or $10 or more, depending on the quality. As it turns out, my Mommy Hook broke, being weighted down with a heavy diaper bag and grocery bags. Will probably buy a new carabiner in a camping store. But not for $2. If you don't have heavy bags to carry, just maybe a few light shopping bags, then the Mommy Hook is a good, maybe only slightly overpriced, option.

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  5. I think this was our biggest factor when choosing a stroller and/or travel system. This stroller and car seat got the best stroller award from Consumer Reports as well as being rated one of the safest on the market. When we put this in our car and push the stroller you can really feel how solid it feels.

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