The Must-Have Accessory. Do you struggle to find space to carry all of your bags when shopping or out for a stroll with the baby? Mum Stroller fits virtually any stroller or shopping cart handle.
2-Pack of Multi Purpose Universal Fit Hooks
✔ RELEASE YOUR HANDS: Hang your bags and free your hands for your baby.
✔ NON-SLIP VELCRO STRAP – Easy to attach and compatible with all stroller styles due to the adjustable sturdy, non-slip Velcro straps.
✔ SAFE & STRONG - The mum stroller hooks are made of durable nylon/polyester strap with velcro and aluminum alloy metal hook. Lightweight, portable and durable. A locking clip ensures the safety of your belongings.
✔ MULTI-PURPOSE – The hooks are not only for strollers but also suitable for bicycles, wheelchairs, and more.
✔ HEAVY LOAD BEARING – The stroller hooks can hold a heavy load each, but for your baby's safety, we recommend a maximum load of 5kg per hook.
We offer worldwide deliveries from our online store.
EU deliveries (standard) are free for orders over 100 €
Express shipping cost, USA 7.90 €
Express shipping cost, rest of the world 9.90 €
We offer easy, free returns within the EU and North America.
Returns must meet the following criteria:
Items must be returned within 30 days from purchase date.
Items must be in original condition, not worn and not washed.
For our full returns process, visit the Returns page on our website
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