Bumbleride Flite Stroller

July 31st, 2010 in Children Product Reviews

I own the Bumbleride Indie Stroller and did that HUGE giveaway awhile ago where one of my readers won a stroller as well. Then they told me about the lower price point Bumbleride Flite Stroller that was just launched.

The Flite, which weighs in at a slim 13 lbs. and retails for $249.99, offers outstanding versatility seldom found in the lightweight stroller category. With its standard four-wheel suspension and larger/wider profile tires, Flite is extremely maneuverable in tight spaces making it ideal for urban parents who are on the go.

Additional Flite features and accessories include:
• Larger seating area and extended seat recline for added comfort
• Infant-seat compatibility including an infant seat adapter bar and safety belt
• Extra headroom, which makes it an ideal option for families with older children.
• Rain cover, removable carrying strap, cup holder, headrest and shoulder pads (included)
• Seamless integration with the Bumbleride Carrycot, Snack Pack, Jam Pack and Footmuff & Liner (sold separately)

I wanted one. But I have no babies to put in this stroller so I thought: let’s get it for my SISTER and have her tell us about it.

Here is what my sister said about it.  (Pictures are of my youngest sitting in the stroller):

“A new baby means new things which I’m not sure is going to be more fun for me or our future little man. Whenever my husband and I make an addition to our outdoor gear, I have one requirement: that it is orange. Bumbleride sure came through for us with a styling orange stroller. My family laughed at my screech when I first saw our new stroller and I still smile every time I look at it. The Bumbleride company strives to provide a safe stylish ride for both you and your little one. And they have.  Well done, Bumbleride. The stroller has a safety belt and many accessories. It is incredibly easy to use, and let’s not forget how cute our little man is going to look cruising around town in it.

When we put the stroller together (which took all of ten minutes, if that), we noticed how easy it is to take most, if not all of the fabric off so it could be cleaned. Which I’m sure it will need cleanings often with messy little ones.  On another stroller I have, the fabric took a half an hour to get off which included six screws, four mean button snaps and two adults to get the job done. We are excited that we can see a difference in the two strollers and the easy of care the Bumbleride will be.”

I have owned my Bumbleride for about 3 years and it was well worth the investment.  It was the first thing I gave to my sister in starting her new family.

Check it out here.

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