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Clip for umbrella stroller

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Clip for umbrella stroller by derevaun Aug 30, 2012
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This thing replaces the clip that keeps a folded umbrella stroller folded. Ours was lost in luggage land.

The STL is for 10-11mm diameter frame rods, which seems pretty standard for North American umbrella strollers. Both sides snap tightly onto the rods, but I added a channel for a zip tie to prevent history repeating itself.

I banged it out in Sketchup, complete with manifold/watertightness errors; the STL is fixed in Netfabb Basic.


Print it! It worked for me after only the most cursory calibration of the axes.

One ring has a channel for a small zip tie: snap it onto a rod (e.g. the "back" rod) and optionally secure it with said small zip tie.

The other ring has a bump: this side snaps on and off a nearby rod (e.g. the "seat" rod).

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Thank you!

I'm about to embark upon designing some new (extended) handles because I'm ever so uncomfortably too tall for this stroller (and most strollers for that matter) and saw your Thing.

Awesome! I'd love to see a design for stroller handle extensions--I have the same problem.