Bugaboo Frog Stroller

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Rating: 5.0 out of 5 (2 reviews)

The Bugaboo Frog is comfortable, functional, and smart, and has been designed to help modern parents and their children to explore the modern world. Named after an innovative frog-like suspension and with a modular infant-to-toddler and multi-terrain design, the Bugaboo Frog has left its mark as the first ever of its kind. Where Bugaboo started is where your adventure begins.
  • What you get:
  • Chassis with wheels
  • One frame (use for seat and bassinet configuration)
  • Bassinet fabric
  • Seat fabric
  • Underseat bag
  • Carry handle
  • Mosquito net
  • Rain cover
  • Maintenance kit
  • Instructional CD-Rom
  • Features

    • Reversible seat/bassinet
    • Reversible handlebar for city & rough terrain
    • 2-wheel position for sand & snow
    • 3-position tilting seat
    • Folds compactly

    Additional Info





    37 lbs

    Full Size


    Yes – With Adapter (Sold Separately)

    Cargo Basket,Weather Protection



    15.3 pounds

    38.0 x 20.8 x 10.3

    Bugaboo Frog Stroller5.052
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    2 Reviews for “Bugaboo Frog Stroller”

    1. Chic Mama on December 1st, 2008 at 12:00 am

      Everyone who owns a bugaboo already knows how wonderful they are and worth every penny! This is a great new color and addition to the Frog since the Cameleon has more options. We had the red and ordered the orange base as soon as it was available. It was easy to change and the baby loves it too!

    2. So Cal Mom of three on May 27th, 2009 at 12:00 am

      I try not to get caught up in the "must haves" for new moms…I’m a veteran who just had an "OOPS "baby later in life. That being said, I originally opted for the cheaper stroller ( Maxi Cosi). My sis in law introduced me to her Bugaboo, and it was like " where were you when I had my other babies???"" This thing is amazing. It turns on a dime, you really don’t push it…it glides on its own ( wear the strap so it doesnt get away from you).Took it to theme park yesterday, and climbed hills with such ease! My 7 week old is sooo comfy in the basinett. Like a bed on wheels, I don’t feel so guilty having to take him all over town with my other kids. People stop me and compliment the stroller all the time too, so I guess it’s cute..but who cares, it’s design and functionality are what I love about it. I’ll never buy a backbreaking stroller with plastic wheels again!