In 1994 designer Max Barenburg and his brother-in-law, physician Eduard Zanen, tried to sell their idea of a functional, stylish and versatile baby stroller that focused bugaboo stroller on mothers, fathers and babies to stroller manufacturers. They were turned down, but believed in their designs so much they began to manufacture the strollers themselves. Their determination paid off, and their Bugaboo strollers are now amongst the best and most popular in the world.
The Bugaboo strollers redefine design, style and functionality while offering simple solutions to all of your stroller needs. They look and feel different than any other stroller out there; offering unique designs with you and your baby’s needs in mind. The line of high end Bugaboo strollers consists of only three strollers; the Bugaboo Bee, Frog and Cameleon.
The Bee is the smallest out of the three in the Bugaboo stroller lineup. Made from strong and durable aluminum alloy, it weighs in at a light 17lbs and can carry a child up to 37lbs. The Bugaboo Bee comes with the chassis, seat, canopy, instructional DVD, rain cover and 2 year warranty.
What we liked:
– 2 fixed 6″ and 2 swivel 6″ wheels for quick and easy maneuverability – Carrying handle for easy folded transport – Reversible seat – Fits most major car seats to turn into a Travel System – Foam filled tires for better suspension – 4-wheeled independent suspension
What we didn’t like:
– Adjustable handlebars sometimes stick and can be difficult to use – Some folding issues when seat is facing you
The first model introduced by Bugaboo strollers in 1999, the versatile Frog gained popularity after celebrity parents became some of it’s first fans. State-of-the-art technology combines with cutting edge design to produce one of the most unique and functional strollers out there.
The Frog comes with a chassis and seat that easily converts to a bassinet, allowing you have both pram and stroller. To further add to versatility, the Bugaboo stroller’s handlebar is reversible so the baby can face either way. Place the handle bar so the two 12″ wheels are forward for rough terrain or two 6″ wheels forward for maneuvering through tight spaces.