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Bumbleride Flite

Reviewed August 2013
Bumbleride Flite
*Est. $270
The Bumbleride Flite doubles as travel system, but storage is skimpy
Pros:
  • Infant car seat compatible
  • Stylish
  • Very compact
  • Accommodates newborns
Cons:
  • Sticky canopy
  • Small basket

Bumbleride Flyer

Reviewed May 2012
2012 Bumbleride Flyer
*Est. $420
Pros:
  • Adjustable-height, reversible handlebar
  • Front and back wheels swivel or lock
  • Easy to maneuver
Cons:
  • Child can undo buckle
  • Two-hand fold
  • Bulky when folded
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Bumbleride Queen B

Reviewed January 2011
Bumbleride Queen B
*Est. $600
A modern take on the old fashioned carriage stroller
Pros:
  • Ergonomic handlebar with 11-position adjustment
  • Can be folded
  • Included bassinet
  • Aluminum cargo storage basket
Cons:
  • Heavy
  • Expensive
  • Not ideal for navigating tight spaces
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