Emmaljunga pushchairs, Swedish quality since 1925

Emmaljunga has been manufacturing prams in its own factory in Emmaljunga, Sweden, since 1925. Renowned for the high quality and longevity of its products, this quality Swedish brand is a family-owned business now in its third generation, and to this day Emmaljunga has retained production in Sweden in order to safeguard its heritage. With approximately 95% of all prams now being produced in Asia, Emmaljunga has been determined to maintain quality control coupled with traditional precision craftsmanship, underpinned by core values of safety, function and design.
I believe I was pushed around in a Emmaljunga in the late 70′, and there’s clearly still a retro feel to it. But what’s most striking is the feel of quality and comfort. Something that’s probably far more important than the having the latest ‘it-pram’ when facing everyday challenges like rain, slush, wind, holes in the pavement, several heavy shopping bags etc.
Emmaljunga have also made it easy for us to choose the perfect pushchair, providing lots of useful information easily accessible online, like this pushchair comparison table to find the Emmaljunga that suits your needs. For a busy city life we quite like the 3 in 1 Emmaljunga City Nitro. Bot regardless of what model you choose you can be sure that safety, comfort, function and durability is ensured with a Emmaljunga pushchair. Emmaljunga products are available at several UK retailers including John Lewis.

Also check out Emmaljunga pushchairs from the 50′ at this blog, martille.com and a great photo gallery from a Swedish museum, Gotlands Barnvagnsmuseum with Emmaljunga pushchairs dating back to the 20′.

One thought on “Emmaljunga pushchairs, Swedish quality since 1925

  1. I have seen these prams & pushchairs in Stockholm and always wondered what brand they were. Now I know. 🙂 Thank you!

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