The “Origami” stroller from 4Moms is going to appeal to nerdy papas, too: powered by an onboard generator that recharges the unit every 300 feet, the Origami folds and unfolds itself automatically. There’s a built-in safety mechanism that prevents the device from closing in on your child and reducing it to jelly. It’s a shame there’s no depression to hold the child when it’s closed — it could be Baby’s First Power Armor.
It’ll cost you $650 when it’s released next year. A fair chunk of change, but not all that expensive when compared to other premium prams.