Bugaboo Strollers Are Best in Class
Bugaboo is the premier name in world of strollers. That's because they make high-quality, durable strollers and accessories designed to maximize convenience for parents on the go, while giving babies the smoothest ride out there. Each modular stroller is equipped with a 5-point harness safety system with height-adjustable shoulder straps, machine-washable fabric, a height-adjustable handlebar, rain cover, underseat basket, and customizable elements, including seat fabrics and extendable sun canopies.
Here's a closer look at Bugaboo's line of first-class strollers:
- Best for: The Urbanite
- The Bee3's lightweight design (19.2 pounds) and small storage footprint make it a great choice for apartment living. As an added bonus, you can carry the Bee3 over your shoulder when collapsed, making it easy to take up and down apartment or subway stairs. In 2015, Baby Gizmo named the Bee one of the best lightweight strollers on the market.
- The stroller's durable foam-filled rubber tires easily maneuver in and out of small doorways and around the playground.
- The Bee3 offers a choice of a lightweight bassinet or car seat adapters for newborns, as well as a reversible, reclining, and extending seat that can be used up to 37.5 lbs.
- Best for: The Traditionalist
- Named one of Baby Gizmo's best single strollers in 2015, the all-in-one Cameleon3 is Bugaboo's iconic original, notable for its versatility. If your plans are a constant mix of playgrounds, walks in the park, trips to the beach, hikes and playdates, the Cameleon3 is for you.
- The Cameleon3 grows with your child, starting with a one-hand release bassinet or car seat adapters for newborns and transitioning to a reversible, reclining seat for children up to 36 months.
- The stroller's two-wheel position allows it to travel through sand or snow. Reverse the wheel position to ride through rough terrain. You can also adjust the suspension and reverse the seat as your child grows.
- Best for: The Growing Family
- The Donkey was designed with your growing family in mind. Offering 17 different configurations, the stroller transitions from a mono design (baby and luggage) to duo design (two children) in just three steps.
- Whether you're running errands around the city or hanging out with the family at the beach, the Donkey's 10-inch swivel wheels, 12-inch rear wheels, and one-piece handlebar make it easy to use in different environments.
- At the end of the day's adventures, easily fold and store the Donkey at home or in the car. Lucie's List highlighted the Donkey one of the best all-terrain double strollers.
- Best for: The Adventurer
- Notable for its all-terrain capability, the Buffalo's heavy-duty wheels work as well on the city sidewalks as they do on hiking trails. Roomy underseat storage and an integrated bag hook that can support up to 35 pounds help you carry all your baby's stuff and then some.
- Transition from the spacious bassinet to a reversible, reclining seat that can be used up to when your child reaches 3 years old or 37.5 pounds.
- End the day by easily folding your Buffalo into a compact fold until you're ready for whatever tomorrow brings.
- Best for: The Athlete
- Get moving with the Runner, named 2016's most innovative running stroller by The Bump. The Runner can be purchased as a complete stroller or as an extension to your current Bugaboo. While you're on the move, the seat can be facing in or out.
- The 16-inch rear wheels, built-in suspension, mud guards, and easy access handlebar brake make for a smooth ride for you and your baby during your workouts.