4Moms Moxie stroller keeps your smartphone charged

New moms and dads take lots of pictures. Just check your Facebook or Instagram for anyone you know with a baby if you need proof. With all the snaps of baby and selfies that moms and dads take, it can be hard to keep your phone charged while out for a walk with your little. This is where the 4moms Moxie stroller comes in. It looks like one of those old-fashioned prams, but it has some cool power-generating tech inside.

There are generators built into the rear wheels that make power and send that power to a USB port in the handle that you can plug your device's charge cable into. The generators also create power for headlights and taillights on the stroller. That is great for safety if you are walking at night.

This might be just the thing for parents who want to take baby with them whilst playing Pokémon Go as well. The Moxi can carry kids facing towards or away from the pusher. There is an area for storing keys, phones, wallets, and diaper bags underneath. The handle is height adjustable to work well for moms and dads.

Few things are more irritating than pushing a stroller that is so short you kick the tires each time you take a step. An LCD screen on the handle of the stroller tracks temperature, time, distance traveled, speed, and battery level via a 4moms app. Moxi will launch in October and is a seriously expensive stroller with a retail price of $699.99. For that much loot, the stroller doesn't even close itself for you like some others on the market. It is compatible with a 4moms self-installing car seat that will launch in September if you buy an infant carrier attachment for $39.99.

SOURCE: Gizmodo