Bugaboo FROG Stroller Review – Black

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Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (89 reviews)

Thanks to its innovative design, the Bugaboo® Frog Stroller in black is functional and easy to use. With lots of surprising and handy features, it allows parents with young children more freedom of movement. The Frog has a unique, flowing suspension, which ensures that a child can quietly and safely lie down or sit up, however uneven the surface — on the road, over pebbles, or on the beach. It offers a 2-wheel position for sand and snow, a 3-position tilting seat, swivel wheel suspension for easy maneuverabilty, and a reversible seat and handlebar. The bassinet and seat can be used separately. The stroller includes: chassis with wheels, seat/bassinet frame, bassinet fabric, seat fabric, underseat bag, mosquito net, rain cover, carry handle, maintenance kit (bottle silicone spray, pump, container of petroleum jelly, cloth for silicone spray, cloth for petroleum jelly) and an instructional CD-Rom.

Features

  • Length seat/bassinet frame: 33 inches
  • Weight (chassis, wheels & seat): 19 lbs.
  • Underseat bag holds 4.7 gallons
  • Reversible seat & handlebar for city & woods
  • Length seat/bassinet frame: 33 in; Weight (chassis, wheels & seat): 19 lbs.; underseat bag holds 4.7 gallons

Additional Info

938968

C572486F

8717447001300

350201ZWKA

37 lbs

Full Size

1

Yes – With Adapter (Sold Separately)

Cargo Basket,Weather Protection

City,All-Terrain,Walking,Shopping,Travel

27

33.9 pounds

28.8 x 20.6 x 10.1

Bugaboo FROG Stroller Review - Black4.3589
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89 Reviews for “Bugaboo FROG Stroller Review – Black”

  1. Leah W on June 19th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    When my husband first heard about this stroller, he absolutly refused to even consider it. The price completely turned him off and he vowed that he would never spend that much on a stroller. When we were in the store picking out strollers, I was looking at the Bugaboo (out of curiousity, there was no way I was getting it at that point) and a shopper came over to me and told me it is a terrible stroller because it is hard to open and close. We ended up getting the Peg Perego Venezia because I wanted a lot of features, and I was willing to suffer with a larger stroller if it had good features. I used the Peg Perego for 6 months and I hated it. It has terrible meneuverability and is an extremely inconvenient stroller (and it wasn’t cheap either!) so I finally convinced my husband to take a look at the Frog. We bought it and now he doesn’t know how he ever used anything else. He loves it and he tells all our friends about how worthwhile a purchase it is (if you can afford it). It is so easy to open and close and I am able to do it while holding my daughter – it’s tricky, but once you get the hang of it, its a breeze! The Frog has a reversible handle, and I can’t tell you how many times that came in handy, at restaraunts, on the train, at the doctor’s office – sometimes you need that handle out of the way! The seat is reversible, which is great for keeping the sun out of your little one’s eyes and also it’s great to have the option of whether to look at your baby or to let your baby look at the world. The manuevarability is unbelievable, it goes over bumps, snow, ice, sand- everything! It is like the SUV of strollers. If you were hesitant before, I hope this convinced you – it is an expensive stroller but worth every penny!

  2. Melissa M on June 20th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    The greatest stroller on the market. You can’t compare it to anything out there. Easy to use and the ride is smooth. I can’t say enough about this stroller. Definitely worth the money.

  3. Bugaboo Fan on June 22nd, 2007 at 12:00 am

    I love my bugaboo, and so does my son! When he was a newborn , we used the bassinet for naps and it also worked out great for traveling because he could sleep in the bassinet at night. You do have to disassemble it to put it in the car, but it only takes a few seconds…totally worth it for the comfy ride your baby gets…and it’s steering is awsome!

  4. Ethan's Momma on June 23rd, 2007 at 12:00 am

    The best stroller on the market. Well worth the money.

  5. Mommy on June 27th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    I absolutely love this stroller. When I was pregnant I researched so many different strollers and tried them out at the stores. At first I was hesitant about the price but it was well worth the price. Once you get the hang of putting it together its a breeze using it. It rides smooth and I love how its so interchangeable. I can go eat out at a restaurant and convert the stroller to fit at the table. The bassinet is also great. My baby used to fall asleep as soon as he was put in the bassinet. I would definitely recommend this stroller.

  6. Erin on June 27th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    This is fabulous! We used the bassinette in our bedroom for the first few months instead of buying a seperate one. It is now the highchair we use when out to dinner. You can push it and pick it up with one hand. I cannot rave enough about the product!The shocks are great for uneven payment and grass.

  7. Ethans momma on June 29th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    Hands down the greatest stroller on the market. Smooth ride and very stylish.

  8. Terry on July 2nd, 2007 at 12:00 am

    We love our Bugaboo. Like many others we also used the basinette in our family room for a downstairs bed when the baby was first born and she loves riding in it now that she is older. ADDITIONALLY (and speaking to my con) when we were in Amsterdam this spring, I saw accessories to make a standing spot or a stool that attaches to the rear axel with one more wheel. If we have another child, or even as my daughter wants to walk more, I will try to find this. We have not regretted this purchase for one minute.

  9. Real Time Mom on July 22nd, 2007 at 12:00 am

    The product is fine but so not worth almost [$]!

  10. Billy's Mom on July 25th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    I did quite a bit of research & looking before I decided on the Bugaboo Frog stroller. While this stroller is expensive, it is well worth it. I have heard other parents compalin about how heavy their strollers are & that they don’t hold up well after alot of use. That is not the case with the Frog. The Frog is light weight, easy to use, durable & cleans up well. This stroller is worth every cent!! You won’t regret this purchase!

  11. Jaycee on July 26th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    I got my bugaboo when my son was 5 months old. I had no use for the bassinet because he was too big for it. I wish I had bought my earlier so I could have taken advantage of the bassinet. nevertheless, I still love my frog. my favorite feature is the handle. you can have the baby face you or face out. definitely recommend it.

  12. NY Mom... on August 4th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    I just think that this stroller is designed for the “athletic” parent that walks often, lives in the city. To travel from your house to your inlaws??? Or to walk around the mall just to show off??? This is the only reason I would not get one. I prefer my PegPerego… Oh, and the bassinet is heavier than peg perego!

  13. jc on August 6th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    i have had this stroller since my first born and it is such a great stroller especially on rough terrains. now that we have our second, it is still in good condition and perfect to take wherever you go. it may cost more than the other strollers out there in the market but if you are planning on having more than one child then it is worth it.

  14. Paisley's Parents on August 9th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is awesome! I always get compliments on it, especially the bassinet. I bought it in solid black and then purchased a pink canopy separately (from a BugaBoo retailer) when I found out I was having a girl…she is almost 4 months old. The bassinet insert washes very easily and is very comfortable for sleeping. The bassinet handle is removable and comes off in a snap. I love the fact that the handle moves in both directions…so she can face me or be turned out. It also has a wristhandle for running or jogging…and the wheels are huge…my father laughs and says they look like they were made for mountain biking…so sturdy. The car seat adaptor is worth the money also. It is nice to have the option to put her car seat on just the stroller base. The stroller stores very easily and other friends have commented that it is lightweight. My only complaints about the stroller are that sometimes it is hard to get unfolded and I wish it had a cup holder across the top bar…you can buy a cup holder separately and a handbag bar..so that stuff is minor…It is a little pricey but SO worth the money…the way I see it is that by the time you buy a baby stroller, umbrella stroller, jogger, car seat base stroller…you have spent the $$$ you would spend on a Bugaboo…SPLURGE and get the Cadillac!!

  15. Amber on August 10th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is amazing it has everything you could want and is still compact. There are accessories galore. Its tricky at first but once you watch the video and get the hang of it its so easy to use and break down. We have a small Jetta and the stroller fits perfectly in the trunk with room to spare. It keeps on breaking down too depending on how much room you need and it super easy because everything clicks on and off with a touch of a button. Its really light and the ride is so smooth. The bassinet and seat are super comfy. They can lay flat in both the bassinet and seat b/c it tilts at any angle. We had the Eddie Bauer travel system stroller before and my son hated it and cried while in it but ever since we got the Bugaboo Frog stroller he is all smiles and sleeps most of the time. You also don’t have to bring all the parts and accessories with you, you just bring what you need for each trip. Its so versatile I couldn’t ask for more. It is expensive but we worth the price. Plus you can use it for a bassinet in your bedroom or travel and also for a chair at the table when dining out. I just wish it came with all the accessories instead of having to buy them separately but it does come with a few accessories. […]

  16. LL on August 21st, 2007 at 12:00 am

    Is this stroller good for all heights ? Mine being 5ft

  17. shelly on September 3rd, 2007 at 12:00 am

    it was great purchased it when my son was 4months …i switched from a chicco travel system what a difference i would recommend this stroller to everyone having a child

  18. Luci's Political Mom on September 4th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    My husband put it together in less than an hour. Very easy. Good looking and great features. I have suffered from carpal tunnel since college and now in my early 30’s this stroller really addressed the ease I was looking for in a functional, durable yet lightwieight stoller. I’m also tall & its nice not having to hunch over.

  19. suna on September 30th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    very comfortable. Great walking stroller.

  20. Cynthia on October 4th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    Everyone Critize me because I wanted a [$] stroller telling me it wasn’t necessary. I still went and bought it anywaysbecause I thought it will be worth it and if not, then I would learnmy lesson the hard way. Yesterday I assemble it with my boyfriendand it was the easiest product with had put together.I just can’t wait till my baby girl is finally born so I can start using it.We tested out and is so easy and managleable not like the other strollersthat are difficult to maneauver even in stores.I’m definetely using this stroller until my baby outgrows it..

  21. Abdulaziz Altaweel on October 13th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    It’s excellent if you like showing off, but since it’s a stroller you won’t show off much, if you love yourself don’t buy it cause it’s hard to work and big, but if you love the baby it’s very comfortable for him and perfect though he can’t see the view but even better he can see you and feel better knowing his Dad/Mom is beside him/her plus if your child is a girl go back and see a red coler of the same product.

  22. Ohio Mom on October 17th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    If you live in the city and walk a lot for errands, ect., this stroller is worth every penny. To be honest though, I can’t see a suburbanite having use for it if you have to get in your car to go everywhere. We live in a historic urban area with brick/paver streets….having the Bugaboo makes walks and daily errands a breeze because it goes so easily over any terrain. Our baby slept in the Bugaboo bassinet at the foot of our bed for 3 months. It was so nice not to have to have a bulky pack-n-play in the room; we could keep her in the bassinet and move her whereever we needed to.

    One thing to note:
    The bassinet and seat share the same frame so you can’t change them out like it appears. If the bassinet is set up you can’t use the regular seat. The pictures make it look like you get two seperate seats.

    Down Side:
    1) It is hard to put together. My husband has 2 engineering PhDs and still struggled – ha ha. Once it’s together though you’re done.
    2) Price Obviously…however by the time time you buy an umbrella stroller, regular stroller, jogger, bassinet, etc…you’re already spent the price of the Bugaboo.

    Buy this stroller. You won’t be disappointed.

  23. ackbabymommy on October 25th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    I love my Bugaboo!! It’s was actually VERY easy for me to put together and I was 8 months pregnant! It’s so lightweight and easy to maneuver. It looks sleek, my husband was really the one to talk me in to buying it, he thought it looked cool. I live in the burbs and find it very useful. My son is so comfy in it and I love how it reclines all the way back, he sleeps so well in it. Worth every penny for sure. Fits fine in my trunk and I have an Audi A6, not an SUV.

  24. chumlies big guy on November 25th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    I use the stroller for daily walks.It’s great because we get alot of exercise trying to get our monies worth out of it. [$]

  25. CYNTHIA PROUD PARENT on November 26th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    I LOVE THIS STROLLER, SPECIALLY THE BASSINET BECAUSE MY BABY IS COMFORTABLE AND DOESN’T HAVE TO SIT IN A CAR SEAT FOR OUR TRIPS. THE ONLY DOWNFALL IS THAT THE BASSINET TAKES A LOT OF SPACE. BUT EVEN KNOWING THAT I WOULD BUY THIS STROLLER AGAIN AND AGAIN. BEST STROLLER OUT THERE!

  26. Henry's Mom on November 30th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    This is the BEST stroller on the market. I say that because I have tried four other comparable models–Silver Cross, Britax, Emmaljunga, and Maclaren. It is WELL WORTH the price. Those that have complained about the price probably do not own the stroller. Also, as to the complaint that it is too big to maneuver–that’s nuts! This stroller is so light weight (almost as light as our umbrella stroller) and has the best maneuverability around. Also, it is SO EASY to put together–I didn’t need the instructions and I am far from an Engineer with multiple Ph.D.s! Being able to switch the seat from foward to rear facing is a must when you have a little one dealing with separation anxiety. You will not regret this purchase! I promise I do not work for Bugaboo. 🙂 I just believe in smart products that work for both parents and their kiddos.

  27. NEWMOM907 on December 2nd, 2007 at 12:00 am

    When I first learned of the Bugaboo line, I was immediately turned off by the price. My husband and I asked to see the Bugaboo in one of the stores to see what all the hype was. We were immediately impressed by not only its style, but the ease of the pushing and most importantly the turning. We’ve been using it now for a few months, and are so happy we purchased this item. The bassinet is perfect for when they are this young. I also noticed that it handles extremely well on rough terrain and over objects such as a curb. The instructional DVD explains everything. Can’t say enough positive comments-just don’t let the high price turn you off. Compare for yourself. Just a tip: We had received many duplicates from my shower, which we returned and it helped pay for the Bugaboo.

  28. mom on December 7th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    The stroller I have is the bugaboo camelion which is a little bigger than the frog but basically the same. This stroller is great. For an infant it’s a lifesaver it is so comfortable for the little ones there are no annoying straps and the bassinet pops off to be used anywhere. I never had to take something extra for the baby to sleep in when we were at relatives houses. My daughter is now 18 months and she is in the bigger seat and she loves it she is so comfortable in it the way the seat is designed supports their body very well. I can face her twords me when she gets cranky. When she falls asleep on walks I pop the seat off and stick it in her nursery and I do not have to disturb her. At restaurants The stroller pulls rite up to the table to use as her highchair We go to the beach and the back wheels pop off and it goes rite over the sand.It’s worth the money I love it.

  29. The Train and bus mom on December 11th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    The Bugaboo is a hassel for a mom thats on the run. I constantly have to travel in train for shopping and for work, and this is not the stroller for me. Since it was a gift I couldnt say no, so I just got a maclaren for errands and will just use the bugaboo on my days off…

  30. Stay at home mom on December 28th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    The first time i used the stroller OMG it was so easy to move my newborn falls asleep right away in the bassinet

  31. first time mom on January 3rd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I am so happy that i bought this product! it is great. dont get turned off by how much money this is because this stroller does it all. the bassinet is great for my newborn, and where ever we are my baby always is sound to sleep in it. i have never seen her get cranky when we take her out for walks. it is so comfortable, and it fits her body perfectly, the head support is great too. this stroller is a must have, and well worth the money.

  32. Flaca on January 5th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This was gifted to us by some generous friends. Out of our price range, as a nonprofit mom & law school dad, this stroller was very much appreciated. Our 1 month old daughter loves it – falls asleep in the bassinet. If you get the Graco Snug Ride car seat I would advise to get the adapter for the Bugaboo… its a perfect fit & easy to use when we just want to pop it on without using the larger bassinet. We get tons of compliments on it & I love its old school looks. Also, its pretty lightweight & as someone who has carpal tunnel surgery its pretty easy to maneuver. Cons: The bag underneath on the bottom is smallish & you have to buy the cup holders separately. But overall we love it.

  33. Owen's mommy on January 24th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I had to convince my husband to purchase the stroller- I was thrilled when we got it- him.. not so much. He had a hard time putting it together, and thought we would get a bassinet AND a seat, not realizing they use the same frame (you can buy an extra frame from Bugaboo). We heard the attachments were worth it- so bought the car seat adapter, cup holder, etc. We live in cold weather so the footmuff […] is a MUST. The sun canopy SUCKS- it doesn’t provide enough coverage- so you NEED to buy the sunshade. One of the seat straps broke (ugh) but bugaboo was quick to replace it and FREE! It is hard to fold down/fold up- def. takes practice. But, the maneuverability is awesome while shopping- it is small to fit in tight aisles, etc. It isn’t perfect and not the ‘go everywhere’ stroller- we had to buy a Maclaren for quick trips- but it is a fun, cute stroller.

  34. average Mom on January 26th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Everyone thought I had lost my mind when I told them how much I was going to pay for a stroller when my first baby was coming. No one thinks that now. We used the bassinet anytime we were away from home for her naps, just rocked the stroller until she fell asleep and locked the wheels when she passed out. And we never had to use an icky diaper change station, we just changed her in the stroller. I loved being able to see her little face when we were out and about and now she likes to face out to see the world. The locking small wheels are a great feature for trailing and makes using it effortless. We also use it as a highchair at restaurants. The maneuverability is terrific and quick. Perfect for someone like me that’s often impatient getting around. I also like the fabric of the frog over the chameleon. The fleece of the chameleon shows pet hair and lint, the frog is more like a nylon backpack and you can easily lay a blanket down is you’re seeking a softer surface. I’ve been using this stroller for 21/2 years and I truly love it. We are having another baby in 3 months and I will be purchasing the wheeled board for my toddler and also another frame so I can easily switch between the bassinet and the regular seat as needed. For the price I wish it would have come with 2 frames (if you purchased the bassinet with it) but I have no complaints otherwise. Even my husband loves it and no one is making fun of me anymore 🙂

  35. new mommy on January 29th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    So this is my 3rd stroller- had the pliko and quinny buzz. pliko- can’t see baby, kind of cheaply made. buzz- too heavy, too wide (always running into things). Finally took the plunge and got the stroller I wanted all along- should have saved some time and $$ and gotten this one all along! Its gorgeous, and handles like no other. So light to push. Love how you can switch handlebar AND seat, so versitle. Not that hard to fold/unfold, just practice a few times. I use it for neighborhood walks and pop in my car most days, not a big deal (take a few extra seconds then the pliko). I’ve got the bundle me and the bugaboo cupholder and we’re good to go!! It really is worth the [$] (I know that seems rediculous when you’re pregnant but you’ll understand once you have the baby!) Go for it!! Save elsewhere!!!

  36. Lyssie on January 30th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    We previously owned 3 Peg Perego strollers but returned them all because we had so many problems with them, so my husband and I decided to look at new ones. I really wanted this stroller but when
    my husband saw the price, he immediatley walked away from it. After much frustration and pushing almost every stroller in the store, my husband went right back over to the Bugaboo which I had first showed him and we bought it. YEAH! It is so nice to have a stroller that we are happy with and that we both enjoy pushing. Our daughter is a little over one now and we wish we had bought this Bugaboo stroller right from the beginning. It is AWESOME! We really like the sleek design & it is so stylish. It is lightweight and so easy to steer. Even our 6 year old son really likes to push his little sister around in this stroller because it is so easy for him to maneuver unlike the other ones we have had. Our daughter LOVES this stroller and sometimes she doesn’t even want to get out of it. She used to get upset when we would put her in the other stroller, but with this one she walks over with her huge smile on her face and climbs right in herslf. Our little princess is so happy when she is riding in her Bugaboo. It is defiantley worth every penny and I am so glad that we finally bought it for our precious little Diva! It is a little annoying to take apart and put in my trunk but hopefully it won’t be so bad once we get our new SUV in a couple months. This is a great high quality stroller and in our opinion the BEST on the market right now. I would definatley recommend this stroller to my friends.

  37. New baby gift. on February 19th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Great and versatile product for new parents.

  38. Melanie's Mommy on February 24th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I love my daughter’s bugaboo. My daughter enjoyed being in the bassinet. She was able to stretch and sleep better then she could in a car seat stroller. She wasn’t a fan of the car seat for her first three months. I would bring it in and use it as an addition bassinet in my home during the day that I could take to room to room. I had monitors, but I was a nervous first time mommy. I wanted to watch my baby all the time. She is six months now and we’ve been using the seat and she still loves it. You are able to recline it to make baby comfy. Also no matter where you go, you will get compliments.

  39. Erica on February 27th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    My husband chose this stroller based on a recommendation from a friend in Manhattan. I first thought it was more than we needed but once I learned how to use it, I’ve been very happy. It’s a bit heavy and doesn’t allow for the bassinet to be tilted at all, but it has great suspension and control. We use it for walks, to travel with and for errands around town. The big back wheels make it a comfortable ride for our infant and I like that it came with a seat to transition to when she’s bigger. The carseat adapter for our Graco car seat is super easy to use.

  40. teen mommy on February 28th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This is a great buggy i tryed many differrent buggys but none seemed to suit my 3 month old preemie. she would always cry in carseats and things so when my boyfriend and i looked at this buggy we layed her in it and funny thing was she went right off to sleep so we knew it hasd to be the right one.. so we bit the bullit and paid the money for this one but hey she can ride in it for a while. but i mean i am 15 years old and i love shopping and its hard to do it with a baby in your arms.the buggy may be hard to get in and around stores but its still a great buggy MY BOYFRIEND AND I LOVE IT!!!!!!

  41. mom in utah on March 12th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Not for travel. If you are a new yorker or just for stroll around it is very good. But not for traveling around. Not allow to fit this in air plane not easy to fold. You are sort of embarresed about it infront of air plane gate. You paid so much and want to love it but it just won’t fold easy!!!

  42. Baby on March 18th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    It’s the best stroller outthere. It was worth every penny!

  43. Talon's mom on March 19th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I have had this product for three years and i think that it is amazing. I get so many comments on it. It is easy to use and light weight. The bassinet was great for my son when he was a newborn and the car seat adaptor for the infant seat i used all of the time. One comment on here that i was reading said that it was too hard to fold up and embarrassing to use at the airport. Ok obviously this person is new to bugaboo and needs some practice. I admit it is hard to get the hang of, biut once you get it it is so easy to use. The stroller is in two parts, but it folds down flat and it said on many websites when i got mine that it is able to fit in a mini and it is the lightest stroller available. Believe me the buggy is pricy, but 100% worth it because of its super smooth ride and easy menuvering. Also you can easily move the handle from one side of the buggy to the other, this is because the bugaboo was not only designed to be a stroller but also a jogger in one. Plus this stroller never goes on sale anywhere so you can resell this item on ebay used for almost the same price that you paid for it new. Now i am on child #2 and my son who is 3 rides on the kiddieboard, which he thinks is the coolest thing ever. My advice to new owners though is to watch the video it comes with to put it together and put it together yourself. Practice makes perfect and once you get it down it is very easy.

  44. Mom to 3 month old Ashleigh on March 21st, 2008 at 12:00 am

    My husband and I love it. It’s beautiful, steers like a dream– I can steer with one hand easily. Our daughter can still fit into the bassinet. We use the bassinet when we know we’ll be out for a long time, she loves sleeping in the bassinet because its very comfortable. How the stroller collapses, I really don’t have a problem with it. I get compliments wherever I go. As there’s no basket, I have a bag that hangs from the stroller handle. There’s a basket but there’s no way you would be able to fit diapers, bottles, formula, etc but I use it to store couple of extra diapers, just in case I don’t have enough in the diaper bag and a blanket.
    This is how you collapse/close it: It all takes less than 30 secs for me
    1. Take the baby out, strap him/her in the car seat
    2. Take the bassinet/seat off the stroller
    3. Then you’re left with the frame and you just close the frame which is very light.

    Its honestly not hard. I would rather be picking up couple of lighter pieces than pick up a 30 pound stroller and break my back.

  45. hbooz33 on March 22nd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Received this from my mother for my baby shower. Thought it was great at first, then i realized you had to buy every acessory in the world to actually use it. I was very unhappy with this product so I took it back and purchased an Orbit Baby stroller, which comes with an infant car seat. This car seat is the safest car seat you can buy. The stroller is great, folds and unfolds with one hand(and you dont even have to remove the tires). This price is about the same as the Bugaboo. You should really check out this product if your thinking about buying the Bugaboo.

  46. mason's mom on March 23rd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    my mom purchased this for us and i absolutely love this stroller. we are using the bassinet for our newborn and can wheel him into every room with us. it is plush, comfortable and stylish. i have taken it out of the house 3x already and it is super easy to transport. it was fairly easy to put together at 8 months pregnant and i get compliments from everyone who sees it. it rides great, is safe and super cool. looks like it will last for our second child years from now. only downside is when folded for transport the frame is still a little long, fits fine with bassinet in my nissan xterra hatch but would be better if the handle portion collapsed as well. very light and easy to carry 2 weeks after my c-section. overall, i absoultely adore this stroller, i am so psyched about it and even though it was expensive it is truly worth it for such a well designed piece of equipment. can’t wait to get baby out to walk the hills in our neighborhood! get this stroller if you can afford it! worth every pennny!

  47. City Mom on April 10th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I LOVE this stroller. I purchased the generic look a like Maxi Cosi and ended up returning it. The quality of that stroller was HORRIBLE!!!! The parts and materials were very cheap. There is just nothing that compares to the Bugaboo. So for everyont who thinks they’re getting a stroller “just like the Bugaboo” it’s really not.

    Personally, I’d rather lift 2 light pieces into my car than a 1 piece 40 pound stroller. It is large when folded but will fit in any car….just out of curiosity I put it in the trunk of our 2 seat M Coupe BMW and it fit. As for use at the airport – we’ve flown with our Bugaboo 5 times and have had no problem with it at the gate…you just need to put a gate tag on each piece.

    Bottom line – buy the real deal. You’ll love it.

  48. Kara's Mommy on April 10th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is an investment worth making. It is without a doubt the finest stroller you will find. We ended up getting the Bugaboo Cameleon because it’s a smidge bigger than the Frog. We are beyond happy with our choice but also love the Frog which many of our friends have. You can’t beat the bassinet for newborns. It’s something we have used constantly, even in the house. It handles all terrains beautifully. Great for long strolls, great for power walking on trails, perfect for the mall or shopping in the city. Don’t hesitate if you’re thinking about a Bugaboo. It’s well worth it. It’s the ONLY stroller you’ll need.

  49. Nina on April 16th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Unfortunately after using this stroller for 10 month now, I do not think it’s worth all the money. The bassinet was the best part about this stroller! I think newborns should not stay in car seats all the time and should straighten their tiny backs in the comfortable bed, for which spacious Bugaboo is the best. It is also a durable stroller, will roll on snow, dirt and grass, pretty easy to get on and off the curb. You do have to purchase extra accessoires, such as an umbrella (which I think is a must on sunny days) and a cup holder for a parent.
    What I don’t like about it is that wheels don’t lock, and if you want to rock your baby to sleep with one hand you can forget about it, the stroller will move around 360 degrees and you will get tired very fast straightening it out. Second it’s bulky to put in the car trunk (especially with the bassinet) it unfolds in two parts, so you can’t go into the public transportation with it, unless it’s empty (the bus or train). Also I wonder if it is a poor design on Bugaboos site for having the entire seat recline instead of only the back pannel. When the seat reclines baby’s legs are sticking up, instead of staying flat. Don’t know if this is the best option for blood circulation.
    One thing I HATE THE MOST is the canopy. Oh my god, that thing drives my absolutely crazy! If you open or close the canopy plastic inserts come out of the sockets all the time and they get misplaced as well and to move them back into original position is very hard with fingers, so you have to jam the canopy part into the stroller socket and pull very hard to place it back. Also the little rubber bands from the canopy that hold around the sockets always get loose and it’s a pain to catch them and reshape them.
    This is the only full size stroller that I had, so I can’t compare it with other strollers.
    I think it’s great for baby’s comfort, but not so great for mine. So in the end I do not think it’s worth all that money, but it was a gift for me, so I did not returned it and just toughed it out. Plus I wish it had a better attachment for the todler (if you have a new infant in the seat, and your older todler could sit on the attachment, but they don’t have that option, at least yet). And I guess this stroller serves as a good high chair in a restaurant and at home.
    But again, if you want to carry a whole stroller with the baby in it, you better be strong because it gets heavy.
    I did buy a smaller umbrella stroller to travel with.

  50. new mommy Crissy on April 25th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    omg I absolutely LOVE the bugaboo frog. Originally I was not going to buy it because I was mis informed about the product and how convienent it is & thought it was not worth the $.I gave in & bought the stroller after returning a travel system stroller and found that it was worth every single penny! It has so many different features and it has a very chic look, it turns heads everywhere I go. It is very easy to put together, I was able to do it in about 30 minutes and alone at 9months! I love how the bassinet can be used as a bed when I’m too lazy to take my daughter to her room. overall the product is great, worth EVERY single penny and I would definately recommend it to everyone!

  51. Marcy on April 26th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I LOVED THIS PRODUCT WHEN I WAS PREGNANT SO MY HUSBAND BOUGHT IT AS A GIFT FOR MY BABYSHOWER WHAT A MESS …It’s heavy and its impossible to get into public transportation with it. takes too much space in the house unless u put it appart(close it) the stroller is heavy even if its in two pieces i stopped usin it when my son was only 6months and i seriously think the price is way to high to use for that lil bit of time.

    In another note the stroller is very easy to handle very smooth drive n babies actually stay warm in the winter

  52. Me in Chicago on April 28th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I live in the city in Chicago, so I wanted a stroller that could handle a lot of walking and uneven terrain. I really loved the look of the bugaboo. I’ll go over the pros and cons of the bugaboo.

    Pros:
    It really is a durable stroller. I walk at least a couple of miles a day in the city, and this stroller has been great (even in the snow). I don’t find that it’s too awful to fold up and put in the back of my car, but I also have an SUV that is empty in the back. I think if it were any smaller, I wouldn’t have room. We loved the bassinet feature. My son slept in the bassinet at our bedside for the first 4 weeks. It has little “feet” on the bottom of the bassinet, which helps keep it off of the cold floor. The stroller portion adapts to our graco snugride carseat.

    Cons:
    I found that the canopy doesn’t do much if the sun is rising or setting, especially for a younger baby. I bought the bugaboo umbrella accessory. It’s cute, but it was annoying that I had to buy it. I have the tan bugaboo frog, and I had to search and search for the matching color tan umbrella. Most stores that carry bugaboo only carry the black or red. Also, the recline feature is a little odd because it doesn’t recline all of the way. The baby’s feet are still bent and almost at a 90 degree angle when in the recline position. It doesn’t look very comfortable.

    All in all, I think it’s a great stroller. I would probably buy this stroller again, if given the choice. I may have researched the joggers more, but I think I would have been turned off by the bulkiness. I think my son really likes it.

  53. new mommy to 7 month old on May 16th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I just HAD to have this stroller- felt pressured to buy it as it it the “it” stroller. It’s good looks are the only good thing it’s got going for it! Really pay attention to the “cons” people list as they are all true. Here’s a bread down of my pros/cons after i sold our frog after 3 month:ProsBassinet (baby only uses it for the first 3 months max)Looks (sleek i won’t deny it!)Light at 16lbsreversable handleConsyou are paying for the frame that can reverse and be used it sand on 2 wheels etc but in reality you never will use these features!FOLD IS A PAIN! if you are popping it into your car everyday you will come to hate itthe seat- looks good but baby can not truely lie downthe canopy!!! the thing is always coming apart, it does not give much coverageThe stroller was nice, but NOT as great as i would expect after forking out[$]and MORE if you get any accessoreis. There is reason there are so many being sold on […]- BEWARE! Thank god someone bought it from us- i bought a bob revolution 12″ for walks and the park, and a pliko p3 in revi for the mall/errands (will keep in my trunk). The problem with the bugaboo is it is trying to be your “everything” stroller while in the process doing nothing well! Can you jog/walk outside with it? NO! Can you travel with it? NO Public transportation? No. If you really just want to buy one stroller get the BOB- it is amazing!!!!! The hood coverage is great and such a smooth ride. I also got the pliko p3 for inside things and it’s great for just that!!

  54. stroller savvy mom on May 29th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    stroller is good but not amazing. i feel it is a bit overhyped. also, now there are so many other strollers that are just as good for half the price. it is good for babys comfort overall, but i was looking into baby jogger city series single and feel that would have been just as good if not better b/c it has 3 12″ tires. i don’t like the small wheels on the bugaboo.

  55. brightwingsmom on May 31st, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is not convenient at all. Sure…it looks good and it is easy to maneuver…but that is about it. I just HAD TO HAVE this stroller…it is a status thing!!!LOL Then I felt funny using it in public. I was worried I was going to be held up for the stroller!!!

    The cons far outweighted the pros. The seat is awkward to put the child in and out of. It only has a 3 position seat adjustment…and we really only found the middle position to be acceptable. The first position…sitting straight up…baby looked like she was going to fall face first out of the stroller. The third position…laying back…the babies legs were at a 90 degree angle…looked very uncomfortable.

    The underseat storage bag is useless. And there is no other place to store thing. I bought the backpack…but it interfered with the hood when I had the baby faced outwards. I bought the umbrella but it was awkward to use. The hood was great in the first and second seat settings…but when the seat was fully reclined it provided very little coverage.

    I just really did not like this stroller. It was a waste of money and time!! I would highly recommend researching other options.

  56. Angelina on June 3rd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is nice but i found Maxi-Cosi Foray.It’s something like this one but better.Check it out!!

  57. Vegas Mommy on June 3rd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I was surprised at how easy this was to set up. I was contemplating between this and the Cameleon and chose the Frog because I felt I didn’t need the extra’s the Cameleon offered. I will say, it’s much easier to put together when you are watching the DVD that comes with the stroller. I also think the padding in the bassinet could be thicker, but I am going to place a swaddler of some kind in the bottom for the time being as a newborn.

  58. Mom from NY on June 7th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    We love this stroller. It maneuvers so well…much better than a jogger since it has the small two front wheels. I really don’t find it bulky at all. My friend has the Quinny and it is HUGE compared to this one. So wide and ackward in stores. It’s so easy to fold two. I take it in and out of the car all the time with no problem.

  59. Proud Mom 2 Alexa Rae! on June 10th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I LOVE THIS STROLLER!!! My husband originally bought me a Graco travel system and after playing around with it in the house i realised it was way to big and bulky… after doing some research i talked him into returning it for the bugaboo frog… I have been using it now for 3wks and already know this was definetly worth the money! It is very light weight and turns on a dime… My daughter enjoys it so much we often use it in the house aswell as when we are out and about… the only cons i have is that the sunshade is on the smaller side and does get stuck or will pop off when opening and closing… Opening and closing the stroller can be difficult but if you practice you will get the hang of it… opening seems more diffucult then closing but practice makes perfect! I love the bassinet and the fact that my little girl does not have to be buckled up in this heat… This is a must get item!!!

  60. New Mom on June 16th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I can’t say how much I love this stroller. It’s awesome. Turns on a dime and is STURDY! It is such great quality…worth every penny. It is a bit bulky in the trunk but I plan on buying a Maclaren for “quick” errands.

  61. Kayla's Mami on June 27th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    i love this stroller i had it for 8 months now … my daughter can face me or out(smooth ride) ITS GREAT !!!EVEN MY DAUGHTER LIKES IT the only bad this is that the stroller is expensive and it has alot of extra acessories 🙁 other wise its great i love it

  62. Reagan's mommy on July 5th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    this stroller is an investment worth making. you’re going to be using a stroller most of the time… might as well get one that is easy to use and lightweight. when my baby came home, our crib was on back order so she spent most of her time in the bassinet. it has been a lifesaver for us because we can move her from room to room. also it is so light i can push it with one hand and still have control. it does take a lot of room in the trunk when traveling but its worth it. its also trendy looking . i don’t like the look of those big bulky looking strollers . the bugaboo looks clean and sophisticated. only downside is you cant use it as a jogging stroller – recommend the Bob Strollers.

  63. Sar mom of two little girls on August 1st, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I have had the same bugaboo since 2005, I got the cameleon because I liked the size and the fact that I can easily change out the cover. I went from pink originally to black a few years later. My stroller is close to three years old now and still works like new. No parts have ever fallen off and my wheels are still working fine. This is truly a quality stroller, I don’t think any other stroller would have made it this long without something going wrong.

    I owned a phil and teds last year for jogging and a wheel brole on it a few mths later yet my bugaboo is still going strong. I plan on having one more child and guess what, I’m going to keep this exact bugaboo for my third and final child whenever it is that I have another.

    It may have cost a lot but the fact that i’ll be able to use it for three kids without having to buy another stroller is saving me in the long run

    🙂

  64. mommy of 12 on August 1st, 2008 at 12:00 am

    i love this stoller it is so easy to use and it is sooo conveinent..my husband loves it. There is nothing wrong with it and i have used it for 3 of my children and it is still going strong in perfect condition!!! I would recomend this to everyone

  65. Nancy on August 4th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I love this stroller, our daughter loves it as well she slept in the bassinet like it was her crib from 2 weeks until about 5 months when we switched to the seat. its very easy to set up and every where we go we get compliments. only down fall is its considered the most stolen stroller so when we went on our first vacation we left it home. we took our peg perego piko it was awful, very heavy and bulky, and our daughter definitly missed her bugaboo!!

  66. M21 on August 5th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I’ve used this stroller for 18 months now and the only reason that I got a new one is that my son outgrew it. It’s really easy to handle and rides great, but is so not good if your baby is bigger in size since he/she will ourgrow it fast. My recommendation is that if your baby or toddler is petite in size it great.

  67. Reina on August 19th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I had absolutely loved this stroller. It is the Rolls Royce of all strollers. I have a Bugaboo Cameleon for my daughter who is now 1 years old and she loves it. I love the fact that you can switch positions from front facing to back facing. And the way it manuvers it just a dream! And love the various reclining positions..very helpful when trying to accomodate to your child’s/baby;s needs. Very comfortable for you and the child. **Only downfall is that we almost drive everywhere, and it is annoying carrying two pieces of the stroller in and out of the car and having to assemble them. This stroller does not collapse as one piece. You must seperate the chasis-seat from the wheel part (bottom). (The bottom part does collapse with the two clicks by the handles and the seat could be placed on top.)The two pieces snap and come apart very easily, but I just do not have the patience to carry and make space for it. We drive a SUV-Range Rover and it does not leave room for groceries so it does take up half the space. Winter is coming up soon, so I dont want to get caught out in the cold clicking the pieces together, so I’ll move on to something that collapses easy. But other than that, it is a great stroller for those who have help, time, and patience.

  68. Boogie on August 21st, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Great Quality – definitely worth purchasing.

  69. Elizabeth...Isaiah's Mom! From Brooklyn on August 30th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I Love this stroller! Im a young mom (21)from Brooklyn New york and i Really LOVE IT!. I had this stroller since Sept 8,2007… the same day my baby was born! …My boyfriend surprised me! I love the bassinet …but used it until he was about 4 months then i switch it . i miss it though. it rides smooth in NYC. the only problem i have is its a BIG stroller and i really cant go on the bus in nyc with it … i have to break it down into the 2 parts and a baby and 2 parts..alone.. it isnt that easy…and i think its heavy! but i would buy another stroller like this for my next baby!! After this stroller i would think of a mcclaren ….Tomorrow im going to buy a mcclaren for my son so i can take him to daycare in the morning since hes going to be 1 years old soon and im going back to Nursing school . 🙂

  70. Mack on August 31st, 2008 at 12:00 am

    it’s very easy to maneuver. you don’t even need somone to hold the door for you when using this amazing piece of man made heaven. it has exceeds all my expectations. This stroller is the best out there. I can’t imagin any thing being better.

  71. rightmom on September 1st, 2008 at 12:00 am

    The stroller was a pain to fold and unfold. I couldn’t imagine doing that several times a day every time I take it it out of the trunk. To switch from carseat to basinette/seat, you have to remove the carseat adaptors every time. And the storage bag touches the ground when you fold the frame. Not good in the snow and slush. There’s a reason why they never show the bugaboo with the storage bag on.
    This stroller may be great for people in big cities who do a lot of walking and don’t use their cars much, but not for the parents who need to constantly fold/unfold it.
    We got the peg perego pliko 3 which is light (18lbs total) and easy to fold with one hand.

  72. New Mom on September 19th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    We love our Bugaboo Cameleon. Since we live in the city it’s perfect for curbs and rough roads. My friend visited with her baby and had a Quinny. Poor little guy looked so uncomfortable when we hit some rough patches…definitely not as smooth as the Bugaboo. The Bugaboo turns on a dime and rides like a dream.

    I have read on here that people have trouble folding it. Really? It’s not that hard people. I have never had an issue. The seat pops off and they fold into each other in the trunk. The Bugaboo even fits into our Mini Cooper when you part the seat.

    I typically keep my Bugaboo in the garage for walks around the neighborhood and then pop it in the trunk if I need to run an errand. I do have a Maclaren for air travel since I fly alone a lot with my daughter and need something ultra light.

  73. Proud mom 2 Alexa Rae! on September 22nd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I wrote a review on ths stroller when my daughter was 3 weeks old… she is now 4 months old and does not seem to like this stroller as much anymore… she only used the bassinet part for about 2 months(that was my favorite part of the stroller):( she is small so i was hoping to use it longer… she wants to sit up like a big girl and look around but the straps are too big and do not hold her in the way they should… if I position it all the way up (the way she likes it)she falls forward… she will only last about ten min. in the reclining position before she starts to scream and she will only sleep about 20min. in it before she wakes up… we purchased a $50 reclining umbrella stoller while on vacation that she really likes but does not work well on long day trips… I am thinking about selling the bugaboo and buying another full size stroller for those long day trips… Maybe once she gets a little bigger she will be more comfortable… I am disapointed bc I really love this stroller and wish she would to! If you do buy this stoller I would still buy a nice umbrella stroller for quick trips in and out of stores… one more thing the wheels are big and bump in to everything! so does the cup holder!

  74. JC Mom on October 2nd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    My husband, son and I love this stroller. Our son is very comfortable in it and my husband and I have no problems wheeling it around — you can steer it one-handed if you need to with no problems. Also, the suspension in the wheels is phenomenal — we actually took it “off-roading” in a corn maze this fall. Addressing the issue that at least one mom had about it being tough to put together: at first, it was frustrating to learn how to fold and unfold it, but once you get the hang of it, it’s pretty simple. And along the same lines, the initial assembly of the stroller was pretty easy, too — I was able to do it myself without any help from my husband and I am *not* mechanically inclined. One of the hesitations I had when considering this stroller was that I liked the ease-of-use of some of the travel system strollers (where you can pop your car seat in it) and I didn’t think that you could do that with the Frog. But it turns out that you can buy attachments that enable you to use the Frog with some of the more popular infant car seats (which we ended up doing). Bottom line, this stroller is worth every penny. I’d definitely buy it again.

  75. New Mom on October 8th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I love this stroller. I think it is worth every penny. It grows with your baby, starting with a comfortable bassinet and then a regular seat. It is easy to turn, a smooth ride, and great when going to the beach. The stroller is easy to clean and I believe easy to fold, unfold and put together (it just takes a few times). Plus my car seat easily attaches to the base of the stoller if he happens to be sleeping in his car seat. All the accessories are great and several are included in the purchase of the stroller. Yes this stoller is quite expensive; however it has a lot of accessories and functions that other stollers do not. I love it and my son enjoys his walks in his Bugaboo. Plus the company is great…[…]

  76. Avery's Mommy on October 16th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is phenomenal and I wouldn’t trade it for another. It was a bit over my husband’s budget but I insisted because I wanted the “carriage” for the baby when she was very little. we haven’t even moved into the seat yet but it is so convenient. We actually just went out of town and stayed in a hotel. My daughter slept right in the stroller so it cut down on the items that we had to pack. It turns easy and it isn’t very heavy at all. My only qualm is the breakdown can be a little annoying – but not any real inconvience.

  77. San Diego New Mom on November 17th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Love this stroller. Has great suspension and easy to maneuver. Works super-well with Graco Car Seat if you buy the adapter. Love both the flexibility of having bassinet and seat. The only two things that I would change are quicker steps for break-down and more room for storage – but still love anyway.

  78. Not good for tall/larger children on December 16th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I received this gift from my mother in law who lives in Manhattan New York and walks everywhere, and does not drive. I live in Toronto, and experience very cold and snowy winters, and drive everywhere.

    I would recommend this stroller because:
    1. Great when your child is a new born, bassinette is the best option of this stroller.
    2. Great car seat option (keep in mind only good till child is about 22lbs or 28 inches tall)
    3. Folds and unfolds easily, great in the summer, pain for the winter days
    4. Fits in a SUV or Truck trunk fine, a bit tight in a car trunk.
    5. Very light
    6. Moves around the street perfectly
    7. It’s a “city walk” everywhere stroller

    I wouldn’t recommend because:
    1. Pain to fold and unfold in the winter.
    2. Basket at the bottom is the worse. Way too small and hard to get in and out of, and when you unfold the stroller in winter months, the basket at the bottom gets dirty all the time.
    3. Once your child is a toddler, the straps can be removed very easly, and slip out of the seat
    4. No tray for a snack or bottle holder for juice.
    5. If you have a tall child, like my son, there is no way that this storller will last till he’s four years of age, as advertised.

    My son is 19 months old now, and is 36 inches tall, can start to see that his feet at the bottom have no place to rest. I can’t imagine him still being in this stroller for more than one more year. Sometimes I dread taking it out of my trunk in the winter months, and just rent a mall one when I’m shopping.

    sorry for the long review, but these are my thoughts. Very greatful that this was a gift, but I would never purchase if I had to purchase on my own.

  79. CJJ on December 23rd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I love the Bugaboo!!! I got it as a gift at my baby shower. The only complain I have is that it is hard to open and close, it is a tad heavy, and does not have a cup holder or tray. It’s great if you live in the city and you mostly walk and don’t drive. My baby loves it. She falls right to sleep. It’s a bit expensive but if you’re on the move, it’s great. I hope my review helped.

  80. Mayra on January 10th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Ok…answer me this why is this one of the most expensive strollers and it doesn’t open or close easily, it’s heavy, and you have to pump the wheels every now and again if you’ve warn them out. The only reason I like it a tad is because it’s “The hottest stroller out” and I have it. But me living in the Bronx and my life is in Manhattan it’s not a good stroller to travel in the trains with. It’s difficult. Not everyone is nice enough to help! Also having to close this stroller is like a 3 step science project and when you have to get on the bus sometimes like me it’s not very efficient. In conclusion if your a taveling mom like I am than I definitely would not recommend this, but if you live in the city and you take walks with your baby all the time than this is a great stroller. The upside of this stroller is that it’s smooth, you look hip with it, and the baby is comfortable.

  81. nat's mom on January 20th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    i am a first time mom and i loved the stroller way before i had my baby.
    i love the bassinet because i can change the baby in the stroller w/o having to look for a bathroom. its easy to handle once you know how to operate it..it does take some practice i have to admit! but overall i see it as a worthwhile product with great customer service. You will need a good sized trunk otherwise it is bulky.

  82. A Mom on March 9th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    On March 1st Bugaboo changed their prices. The frog is now being sold for [$] and NO LONGER [$]. Babies R Us are the only ones that HAVE NOT changed their price. DO not buy your Bugaboo here unless you want to pay more than what it should cost.Great Stroller though…just buy elsewhere!

  83. MnGirl on April 11th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I am a Bugaboo Cameleon owner. I laugh at the people that claim this stroller isnt the best stroller out there! This is the most expensive (besides a classic pram) on the market and magically sells all the time. For people who are on and off of public trasnportation- you are silly thinking a full size stroller would work, use your head instead of writting a bad review. I have residences in two parts of the country and have loved this stroller in both cities! My daughter is almost 4 months old and falls asleep instantly when I lay her in the bassinet, its a dream stroller! And for the person who said you need to pump the wheels, buy the new model cameleon, you dont have to!

  84. dma1040 on April 14th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Best stroller out there

  85. christophers mommy on April 21st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    i love my chameleon. i am 5’4 and my hubby is 6’5 and with the adjustable handle bar, we can both use it confortably. My son is now 4 months old and for the first 3 1/2 months we used the bassinet in our room and it was easy to keep him with me at all times while asleep or awake in his bassinet. he absolutly love it.

  86. Happy Mommy!! on May 6th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We own a bugaboo cameleon, and we’re so happy with it, we use it for our 12 month baby and for our 4yr old we bought him the scotter so he can be standing while shopping and he love it.. we haven’t experience any complications while folding the stroller it takes less than a minute to fold.. if you have complications while folding you should see the demo on bugaboo[@] it will help a lot.. and is very easy to clean. Is a very well spend of money.!

  87. Momof3 on May 12th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    When I bought it online I didn’t realize I was buying a project. There were too many pieces to put together, so I just put it right back in the box and sent it back. I have a maclaren and when that came all I had to do was pop on the wheels. The bugaboo needs to come assembled.

  88. Expecting Mom on June 20th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love it and it is so cute! It is also SO light weight! I am very small and need something that I could put in and out of the car easily. Plus, the handle bar is a perfect size for me to push it is not too high.

    It cost a lot but your child is able to use the stroller till they are 4 years old.

  89. Jill on August 1st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I bought this stroller when my son was 3 months old. We started out with the inexpensive Graco Stroller Frame which is awesome, it does what it is supposed to do, carry around the horribly heavy infant seat. I waited to buy our “forever” stroller until I could get an idea of what I wanted and what our needs would be. I love the Frog!!! I do not understand all the complaints regarding this stroller. It is not any harder to transport than the stroller frame. The 2 step process is a breeze, it takes like 20 seconds to do. I could see if you had a smaller car having an issue transporting it, but we have a full size vehicle and an SUV, so no problems for us. My only regret is not having this stroller from the beginning, I only got to use the bassinet one time and ended up putting the seat on because my son was older and very nosy, he did not want to lay like a baby in the bassinet. The ride on this stroller is amazing, everyone who pushes it comments on how awesome it is. I just wish it came with the Breezy Sun Canopy, I will be ordering one of those soon.I will also add that I got my Frog when they were [$], plus I got an additional discount, so I only paid [$]. If I was looking at them now since the price has gone up to [$] I’d probably get a Cameleon for $150 more.I’m not gonna lie, I also look way cooler pushing this than a typical stroller. So if you are a fashionable mom like myself, you can’t go wrong with the Frog or the Cameleon.

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