Bugaboo Fox 3 review

from Bugaboo
RRP  £1045.00
Fox 3

by motherandbaby |
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Effortless manoeuver any terrain thanks to puncture-proof wheels, the Bugaboo Fox 3 has a smart ergonomic seat design with a new breezy carrycot and aerated mattress to keep your youngster cool, along with premium soft-touch fabrics, making it ultra-comfortable for newborns and toddlers while supporting their development at the same time.

The plush shoulder pad harness has a five-point buckle so you can secure each strap independently and it's quick-click so you can be on the move ASAP.

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The updated fabrics are water repellent, durable and soft to touch, making them super comfy while you can be sure that they’re made to last.

There are several new colours to choose from including Morning Pink and Sunrise Red for those who like a bit of colour as well as timeless classic shades such as Midnight Black.

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Product Information

  • Pushchair weight: 12.2 kg

  • Age range: 0 months – 4 years

  • Seat capacity: 22 kg

  • Compact two-piece fold: 86 x 52 x 34 cm

  • Min – Max. adjustable handlebar height: 88 cm – 108 cm

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