Bumbleride Indie Stroller Review – Seagrass

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Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (14 reviews)

Bumbleride is reshaping baby mobility in a way to flow seamlessly into your modern lifestyle. Bumbleride’s design inspiration comes from you: the young and modern family. The Bumbleride collection is versatile and multi-faceted and includes new features, vibrant colors, and clever accessories. This is the ride of your life. Whether navigating the city sidewalks or cruising the parks and beaches, the Bumbleride Indie allows you and your little one to enjoy a secure and comfortable ride. The Bumbleride Indie is equipped with three 12 air-filled tires to smooth out the bumpiest of terrains. An easy front wheel lock converts the Bumbleride Indie from multi-terrain stroller to lightweight jogger and the four-positioning backrest is easy for you to adjust with one hand. Folding and storing the Bumbleride Indie is a breeze with the lightest weight and most compact fold in its class.

Features

  • Three 12 aluminum wheels allow for more compact folding and the front wheel swivels for increased maneuverability and locks forward for jogging
  • Fast, two step folding for compact storage and easy travel
  • Suspension system, capable of 3 of travel, provides for an exceptionally smooth ride
  • Padded reclining seat for childs comfort
  • Tough, welded frame; durable fabric; quality construction. Its totally together, and built to stay that way

Additional Info

27803

CF213B08

184186000655

I-107SE

45 lbs

Joggers

1

Yes

Adjustable Handle,Adjustable Head Support,Cargo Basket,Cup Holder(s),Sunshade,Weather Protection

All-Terrain

20

27 pounds

29.0 x 19.0 x 12.0

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12 Reviews for “Bumbleride Indie Stroller Review – Seagrass”

  1. Indymom on October 16th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I really liked the look of this stroller and the fact that is an everyday/jogging stroller. I love the colors too. Though for being as expensive as it is, it seems a bit cheap feeling. Though that may just be me. I also had a really tough time folding this stroller. Other than that its great.

  2. jj on October 30th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is awesome. It is very stylish, as well as functional. It has a super smooth ride, is lightweight and folds down easily. It takes a little practice (you can look on youtube for a video demo) It rides over anything, grass, curbs, etc… All types of carseats easily snap in, and it is comfortable for baby to sleep in fully reclined.

  3. WyoMommy on December 10th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I researched strollers for almost 6 months! I love the design of the Indie and the fact that so much is included. We went with a color not available on Babies R Us called Koa. It is beautiful! I agree with most people on here that folding it down is akward at first, but after a few times it is easy. When we got our stroller, the canopy fabric was attached to the frame backwards! I called the company and they sent a new one!
    Over all this stroller is amazing and it glides anywhere I need to go!

  4. willy on January 10th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller has every it takes to offer comfort and protection to our child through all stages childhood. It is easy to use, lightweight and has great utility, cup holder, package tray, clear viewing window. Best we found at any price, the whole family chose it.

  5. mom to one on January 11th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    LOVE this stroller! LIke the previous reviewer, we have the Koa color (brown). There’s nothing we don’t like about it. It’s easy to fold once you get the hang of it, easy to use on sidewalks and dirt paths, and we love the adjustable handlebar. Compatible with many infant car seats but we were able to use it for our son as a newborn even without the infant seat attached. Plus it looks great- I hate the big bulky travel systems and this stroller looks stylish while also being very convenient to use.

  6. Stroller fanatic on January 24th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Ive owned this stroller for over a year and finally sold it on […].THE PROS—The color’s are beautiful, The comany is awsome and will replace anything free no shipping charge, it will accomadate a small infant or larger toddler, Nice large canopy, large basket, will hold an infant carseat almost any brand, pushes nice at first.THE CONS— Very bulky and heavy to take in and out of a car I have a nissan maxima with a large trunk and I have to force it in there and it scratched the fabric. The back wheels are placed far apart making it very hard to go through small isles in grocery stores or department stored, no child tray or parent tray, you can order a snack attatchment for child for like 35 but its made of fabric i dont understand why? After a little over a year it squeaks alot when pushing opening closing the company says thats from age and wear nothing they can do. I have had MANY strollers, graco quattro tour, chicco trevi, combi I-thru, jeep jogger, combi cosmo, combi torino (very companct with full feature 2nd fav.) I currently own a peg perego pliko and LOVE it its amazing compact super comfy Large canopy and backet id buy it again and reccomend to anyone and i have a baby trend expedition jogger very nice to we use for long walks or walks on beach, dirt.

  7. new mama on February 16th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I really love this stroller…I Know it is expensive but I feel it is definitely worth the money. It is built very very well, I compared to other strollers on the market that were both more expensive and less expensive and the bumbleride was the best choice. It is the lightest stroller, easy to fold down…watch the U-tube video, it glides like a dream, it’s comfortable for the baby ( I put the new born in there with a velboa snuzzler ) I’m tall, 5’10.5 and this stroller is so comfortable for me to push because of its adjustable handle. you will need to buy a better cup holder ( not a big deal though) and snack bag. I love the canopy, it gives a lot of coverage if you need it, or little if you don’t. It’s perfect.

  8. Active Mommy on February 18th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I’ve had this all-terrain stroller for 3 months and have found it to be wonderful. I live in Cambridge, MA which has many cobblestone/brick sidewalks and tons of snow/ice. I’ve found that this stroller handles VERY well over the many bumps on our sidewalks and is easy to maneuver with one hand when necessary. It is heavy for me to lift up the the 5 steps to our condo (especially with the baby inside), but I believe most comparable high-end-ish strollers are approximately the same weight (~20 lbs). I definitely recommend this stroller to other city babies, or to people who intend to take the baby on nature paths, snowy sidewalks.

    I have not collapsed the stroller often since I usually just use a pop-and-go when we’re using the car and leave the bumbleride open by our front door for neighborhood trips/walking.

    I also recommend the plastic weather cover if you live in a place with lots of snow and/or rain. I waited to buy it initially, but it has been a necessity in the brutal Boston winter – protecting baby from wind, snow and rain. I believe you have to buy it separately for the 2008 version, but the new 2009 comes with it.

  9. Lexi's Mommy on June 19th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Love this stroller! it was between this and a BOB (which I tested out) & decided to go with the bumbleride. Extremely smooth ride for my little 6 mo old. Love how the seat fully reclines and it definately has plenty of room for her to grow! I liked how the cargo basket is so easy to get to unlike the BOB and it comes standard with more than the BOB does. Does great for walking/Jogging! And LOVE the colors!! I read a review that said BULKY, which i don’t think this is compared to all of the other Joggers & this one is SO easy to fold and store away.

  10. Designer momma on July 25th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We use this stroller exclusively, and our carseat fits into it. We heavily researched a lot of strollers before deciding on this one, and we could not be happier. It folds down easily (after the first couple of times, you really get the hang of it), it’s VERY easy to maneuver in any sort of environment (park, trails, mall, you name it) and it is SUCH a smooth ride for our daughter. She absolutely loves riding in it. We did have one issue with a part that connects the shade, and the company was incredibly nice and helpful, and sent us a new part within days. very easy to work with. The stroller has lots of nice ammenities (coffee cup holder, little pockets, and a stow-away pouch underneath). it was WELL WORTH the price. PLUS, i get stopped almost everytime we’re out with it and asked about it, or just complimented on it. Not essential, but.. hey! i’ll take it 🙂

  11. Mom of Preemie on August 20th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I was undecided between this, BOB Revolution or Baby Jogger City Elite and I am so thrilled I opted to get the Indie. It’s fairly lightweight, easy to fold and unfold, and came with some accessories that would have been an additional fee with the other 2 companies. It was simple to assemble within a matter of minutes. The car seat adapter works well with our Chicco Keyfit 30. The canopy is quite large, although the BJ City Elite is larger. Our baby is nearly 2 months old yet is much too small to fit into the harness so I recline the seat for her and have stayed on flat terrain until she is big enough to be strapped in properly — I’m debating getting the carrycot because she really is too small for the stroller right now. Even though she’s small, she is comfy in it and falls right to sleep. The stroller turns on a dime with one hand, rolls smooth like buttah over grass, dirt, uneven surfaces….just dreamy. I was a little concerned that this is only rated up to 45 lbs while the others held a max wt of 70+ but for the time being this is plenty roomy enough for our baby and I don’t foresee her outgrowing it too quickly. I needed a smaller stroller to fit into my car and this one is smaller than the others I was considering. Very pleased with this purchase and would highly recommend this stroller. Worth every penny and then some.

  12. nonimama on August 21st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We were interested in the stroller because we liked the way it looked and because it was from a local San Diego company. We loved it because of its easy fold up, lightweight, great manuverability, what seems to be comfortable ride, and most importantly, a cup holder. Our car seat fits nicely in it and can work strapped in or just set in with the foot rest folded up.

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