X-Lander brand has been created and developed for parents, who spend their time with children actively and it gives them a great pleasure. We understand that every day you set out on the best stroll of your life and we’re proud to keep the pace with you.

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Compliance Manager is responsible for defining safety requirements and appropriate standards for the product. They assure that the product is made according to the norms and regulations at every stage of design and production.

Then, individual department managers control the product at every step of its production so that they can verify its compliance with durability and safety criteria.

Before the product is sent to an authorized laboratory for official testing, it passes through the same tests in our internal laboratory. We apply the principle that the key strength parameters imposed by the EN 1888 standard in our internal tests must be exceeded 2 to 3 times. This applies, for example, to the number of hours on the roller tester, load during the test or the number of repetitions during endurance tests. An example is the test consisting in repeatedly pressing on the handle of the load stroller. It is designed to check the strength of the handle. The standard provides for 10,000 repetitions. We make more than 40,000 cycles.

The next stage is supervising the production process. Our inspectors closely monitor each stage of production and randomly check the goods before sending them to the customer. All the processes described above have been checked and verified by members of an independent laboratory. The result of these activities is the European safety standard EN 1888 test for our products. X-lander strollers comply with the European safety standard EN 1888, which sets out uniform technical safety requirements and a procedure for inspecting strollers throughout Europe. Each certified product receives a mark confirming its tested properties.

EN 1888 norm

X-lander pushchairs are in accordance with the European safety standard EN 1888, which defines the uniform technical requirements for safety as well as the procedure for inspecting prams in all of Europe. Each certified product obtains a mark confirming its tested properties.