Bugaboo Frog Stroller Review – Navy

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Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (7 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

    94376

    6CAA9241

    8717447001249

    350201BLKA01

    37 lbs

    Full Size

    1

    Yes – With Adapter (Sold Separately)

    Cargo Basket,Weather Protection

    City,All-Terrain,Walking,Shopping,Travel

    19

    33.1 pounds

    38.5 x 21.0 x 9.5

    Bugaboo Frog Stroller Review - Navy4.357
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    7 Reviews for “Bugaboo Frog Stroller Review – Navy”

    1. Kathleen the avid walker on July 30th, 2008 at 12:00 am

      I walk with my baby everyday on sidewalks and trails and my bugaboo has proven to be the best investment as far as baby products go. I had another stroller that couldn’t handle all my walking and actually began to feel flimsy and wobbly after just 5 months of use. I wish I had not wasted my money on the other stroller and had just bought this one from the get go. The bugaboo has awesome shocks, great wheels and is very light which makes going over curbs and bumps very easy. I also love the way I can have baby face me or turn him facing out in a snap. Once I practiced collapsing and opening the stroller for travel in the car I can now do it in just seconds without even thinking about it. I highly recommend this stroller if you like to be outdoors and enjoy walking. You’ll definitely get your money’s worth and you won’t be disappointed. However, if you are not a big outdoor walker and tend to only use a stroller for the mall then go with a cheapy.

    2. Lucy Loo on October 29th, 2008 at 12:00 am

      This is, hands down, the best stroller on the market. Yes, it is expensive, but worth every penny. It is light for a full size stroller and folds easily. The design is so streamlined, everything clicks in to one another easily. The ride is smooth, it’s great on the street for long walks, as well as in the mall. The bassinet is clutch when traveling and your baby needs a place to sleep. It is also excellent for walks, instead of having to attach the carseat to a travel system. This was the best purchase we ever made.

    3. Jane, the soon to be grandma on January 7th, 2009 at 12:00 am

      bought as a shower gift and the baby has not been born yet, but this carriage seemed great when demonstrated by the able salesperson.

    4. Mommy of 2 with 1 on the way on January 20th, 2009 at 12:00 am

      I am not sure what all the hype is about with this stroller. I lived in southern california where this stroller was all the rage because of what Hollywood has made it to be, but I have found it to be nothing more than a mere status symbol “oh look, they have one of those expensive strollers”! First off, I had the cameleon stroller. It is one of the hardest strollers to put together to begin with. Forget about using the bassinet while traveling in a car with it. The bassinet, for ease, has to stay assembled and takes up my large SUV’s back trunk along with the stroller base. So instead, we used the seat part but in order to get it secured, you have to pull extremely tight to get it to hook into the little pins at the bottom of the seat. My husband ended up having to do it. In order to get it into the vehicle for take down, you have to remove the seat or bassinet off of the base, put that in the car and then put the stroller base in as well after folding that. I pushed my 2 year old in it and it felt super heavy, despite her not being a heavy child. The good thing about it though is it does push well over a variety of different terrains. It looks unique but that is about it. It is very large, which it wouldn’t seem like from the pictures. we didn’t get to test it out and just bought it online. We used it for 2 months and ended up putting it online at an auction site. Don’t waste your money with this one. I ended up going with the Joovy Kooper for our toddler and now with a new baby on the way (and wanting to have used the wheeled board with the bugaboo for both kids, the newborn in the stroller and the toddler on the board), we got rid of the Bugaboo and for use with two kids, opted for the Baby Jogger City Mini stroller. Also, of note, the tires for some reason don’t seem to stay inflated very well with the Bugaboo. We constnatly had to put air in both of them.

    5. Picky dad on March 3rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

      We bought this for our first child when we lived in Manhattan. It is great for those in New York or any urban area dweller who spends a lot of time walking and especially dealing with the uneven roads, potholes, curbs ups and down, etc. of an urban area because of its spring suspension and air-filled tires. The construction overall is very high quality. Where the Frog or Cameleon fall short, though, is for anyone who frequently needs to fold this up. The stroller must be separated into 2 pieces and then folded with a lift-and-flip that my wife still struggles with after 4 years of use. Plus, folded up, it takes up 3 times the space of a Maclaren umbrella. Try getting on the bus once or into a cab, and you’ll do what we did, which is to buy an umbrella for cabs/buses and leave the bugaboo for strolling around. Now that we’re in the burbs and on our second, this stays mostly hanging on a rack. If you are in and out of the car all of the time, think hard about how much folding you’ll need to do. You and your child may look good in the mall with the bugaboo, but the floors are smooth and you’ll be grumbling as you fold and load.

    6. newmom on March 29th, 2009 at 12:00 am

      great stroller. tons of features. lightweight. couldn’t ask for anything better.

    7. Annie on April 13th, 2009 at 12:00 am

      My sister and friends (who are also active city moms) had kids before Bugaboo came out- they all acquired 3 or 4 strollers by the time the child was 2! A cheap snap-n-go, MacClaren for when they outgrow snap-n-go because it’s lightweight and then a BOB or other jog stroller- The bugaboo is all three in one, plus a bassinet! Even my husband (who could really care less about all the baby gear I’ve picked out) thinks it is awesome.
      Yes, it’s expensive but it’s worth every penny!

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