Ergobaby 180 Reversible Stroller Review



Disclosure: Ergobaby sent me an Ergobaby 180 Reversible Stroller to review and share with you. This post contains affiliate links (meaning I might make a small commission if a purchase is made). The opinions are 100% my own


I am a huge fan of the Ergobaby Carrier Omni 360. I have been traveling with one since September and it has been to more than 20 countries, thrown in countless washing machines, had food spilt all over it, and is still as good as new –  honest. My 18 month old fell asleep in it today as a matter of fact while we visited the biggest Buddha in the world here in Hong Kong! When Ergobaby recently came out with the 180 Reversible Stroller I was ready to give it a shot! Like always this company didn’t disappoint.

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Here is my simple lists of Pro’s and Con’s on the 180 Reversible Stroller.





Biggest Pro of all is the handle bar flips over so you can push them while looking at them or facing away from them. This is huge because most strollers only allow infants to face you or you have to remove the whole seat and flip it around. Here your toddler can look at you with one easy click of a button.

Handle bar is height adjustable which works great for my 6ft husband and my 5′ 2″ frame

Each wheel has its own individual break. This means that the wheels have the option to not only move forward and back but side to side. This is extremely unique. You can pick which wheels to lock depending on how you like to push a stroller. It is customized stroller pushing at it’s finest! I personally prefer to have the back wheels locked and the front wheels unlocked.  *Note to self if all wheels are unlocked going up a hill it is a lot of work!

Glides really smoothly and easily. I can unlock all wheels and move the stroller side to side with one hand

Under carriage stroller is really big!

Shade hood goes down lower than any other stroller.  There is a mesh portion at the top which lets a breeze in on summer days but still protects your child from the sun.

Compatible with Graco & Chicco Car Seats





It doesn’t fold and  compress completely flat. It kind of puffs up a little when fully collapsed.

It is big. Like most deluxe strollers it is not an easy grab and go stroller. It is similar in size to my City Select.

I need two hands to close and open the stroller. When it collapses it is only a partial collapse and I need to use my other hand to fully compress it down as far as it will go.

It is a single stroller and right now in life I need a double for my personal needs





Age of Use: Birth to 50 lbs

Weight: 20 lbs

Unfolded Dimensions: 30.7” L x 23.5” W x 38” H

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  • Madelaine Sessions
    Posted at 15:13h, 13 April Reply

    Ooooh I would love this just for the fact I could look at my toddler while pushing it!!!!

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