Bumbleride Flyer Stroller
Stroller Line:Bumbleride Single Strollers
All Bumbleride strollers offer high style with full features. For 2010, Bumbleride has rolled out a few upgrades that make life with baby easier. A larger sun canopy adjusts more smoothly than previous year’s models, a rear pocket on the canopy holds small essentials, and the newly redesigned wheels look mighty slick. Additionally, the Flyer Stroller now comes complete with a rain cover for weather-ready strolling.
The recline-to-flat backrest accommodates infants while the infant headrest adds support for the littlest passengers. See More: …
Weighing a mere 19 lbs., Flyer is designed to let you
call all the shots. Its reversible handle flips with ease, and the quick release wheel locking system allows you to reverse the stroller in seconds. Recline the backrest and attach the optional footmuff to create a warm carriage for your baby. Flyer also features a height-adjustable handle, footrest and four-position recline backrest. Ideal for infants as well as toddlers, Flyer is ready to grow with your family.
Quick release five point safety harnesses
Infant headrests and shoulder pads
7″ Independent swiveling front and rear wheels with inline locking option
Reversible handle so baby can face you or the world
Adjustable backrest with flat position for infants
Adjustable handle height from 32-45″
Zip-off canopy portion for maximum sun coverage
Anodized aluminum frame
Assembled: 30″ 21″ 40″ | Folded : 35″ x 21″ x 12″
Weight: 19lbs | Weight Capacity : 45lbs.
Lava | Ruby | Seagrass | Spice | Vita
[..] The reason I bought this was number one for the reversible handle. Loved that. Also, loved the “look” and color of it. I got the red. I know that is a BAD reason to pick a stroller but it had a lot to do with it so I was just hoping the rest would be good. I looked at the Kolcraft Contour but it was almost 40 pounds! Forget it! This is almost 20 pounds. Perfect. Love the padded bumper bar. [..] Reviewed at: buzzillions
“[..]It’s very easy to steer with the handle bar in either position as long as you have the wheels closest to you locked (which involves simply stepping down on the lock bar). When I’m in a crowded store, I unlock the back wheels to make it even easier to maneuver around displays and such (you can move the stroller directly sideways this way – very handy).
[...]“ Reviewed at:babiesRus
Other Bumbleride Strollers: