Emmaljunga Toddler Ride On Board For NXT Range
For the little tired legs. Our Emmaljunga Toddler Roller allows you to drive comfortably with two children. It’s easily attached to the chassis of your NXT stroller and can quickly be clicked on or off. When you aren’t using it, you can hang the board off the floor fastened to the handle. Fits NXT90 and NXT60 range of strollers
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• For the little tired legs.
• Our Emmaljunga Toddler Roller allows you to drive comfortably with two children.
• It’s easily attached to the chassis of your NXT stroller and can quickly be clicked on or off.
• When you aren’t using it, you can hang the board off the floor fastened to the handle.
• Fits NXT90 and NXT60 range of strollers
Designed, developed and handmade in Sweden, Emmaljunga has been manufacturing strollers in the same location since 1925 in Emmaljunga, Sweden. Today we are proud to be a third generation family owned business and the world’s oldest, active stroller factory.
We have made a conscious choice to maintain production in Sweden and Europe and invest large amounts each year in product development and environmental investments in our Swedish factory. In a time of mass production, strong brands stand for more than just excellent quality. Our customers and suppliers appreciate our responsibility and commitment that goes before growth and market share. Our core values of safety, quality and sustainability have made Emmaljunga a beloved brand in large parts of the world. We are proud that we have been able to maintain our craft tradition in Sweden, and maintain quality control, competence and workplaces in Europe allowing us to offer our customers sustainable products of the highest quality.
We are proud to use fossil free heating, producing our own energy through our solar plant on the roof of our factory. We have a closed water system when manufacturing our tubes, ensuring that contaminents do not reach external water sources. Heat is recovered from manufacturing processes and used to keep our factories warm.