Bumbleride Indie review

from Bumbleride
RRP  £549.00

by motherandbaby |
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The Bumbleride Indie is an attractive, stylish pushchair. It’s lightweight and folds compactly, which makes it easy to transport.

It has an adjustable handle and footrest, and easy recline feature (including lie-flat positioning) as well as a massive UPF 45 sun canopy, a good-sized basket, a cup holder, 5-point breakaway harness with shoulder pads and the a universal car seat adaptor. It’s very sturdy, handling all types of terrain, and the seat is nicely padded and comfortable.

The 'extra secure’ straps are not necessarily more secure than any other basic straps and the pushchair is quite bulky when folded but will fit in a large boot.

The seat is still reclined even in the most upright position and the pushchair is expensive. It won’t be every parent’s choice for day-to-day use but it’s a quality product that is worth the cost if relevant to your lifestyle.

Product Information

  • Bumbleride Indie from infancy and up, headrest and shoulder pads, bumper bar and safety strap, jogging strap, cup holder

  • 12" air inflated tires with 360° swivel front wheel with inline locking option for light jogging

  • Multi-adjustable handle height, backrest and footrest with flat position for sleeping babies

  • Oversized canopy with SPF 45 UV lining for maximum sun coverage

  • Lightweight, anodized aluminum frame construction with an easy, compact fold and spacious cargo basket.

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