‘I love giving busy mums the choice and freedom to easily get out the door with everything they need for the day, regardless of what they choose to do or if plans change.’ – Emily Jones, Creator & Designer
Light and portable, yet strong and durable, the Zoozaro Pram Bag fits most popular pram brands and is perfect for any type of outing. You won’t know how you managed without it!
Masters of multi-tasking, parents are pretty clever at doing more than one thing at once; and as such a pram is often used as more than just a vehicle for your child. Emily found that the lack of space and accessibility underneath greatly restricted the versatility of the pram. It would also become unbalanced when groceries or swimming gear was hung from the handles. Both these issues made life very stressful while trying to look after a young child.
Frustrated by the lack of any solutions on the market to solve these problems, Emily took matters into her own hands and set about designing what would later become the Zoozaro Pram bag.
The Zoozaro Pram bag has a universal fit and increases the storage space of the pram or stroller so parents aren’t restricted to the undercarriage storage. The stability of the pram is maintained, even when the bag is full, no more worrying about the pram or stroller tipping over! There’s even an easy access pocket at the back for your phone or wallet. Thanks to the unique, exclusive design of the Zoozaro Pram bag, outings with children are simple and stress free.
‘The Zoozaro Pram Bag came to life over a period of about 18 months, as I tried to get it as perfect as possible. The final design was created and taken everywhere with me for 3 months, on picnics, to markets, to the beach, to swimming lessons and even travelling, just to make sure it was perfect. It was! I finally felt free again, and a little bit like ‘old’ me! I could choose to go out all day and not worry about where I was going to put everything.
Everything fit and was easily accessible. My life was so much easier and I was flexible to go wherever I wanted again (well, almost!).’ – Emily Jones