There are a few strollers I really like that fit into the all-terrain category, but the Bumbleride Indie definitely fits that category. This little stroller can go almost anywhere without much trouble. I’ve been on grass, dirt, concrete, rocks, even boardwalks and the ride is still smooth enough to keep your toddler sleeping. The front wheel also locks making it a great jogging stroller. It can also take a lot of use and even a lot of tossing around.
There are so many strollers on the market these days that finding the right one for you can be a daunting task. When choosing a stroller for your lifestyle, there is more to consider than you might think. You may want to ask yourself several questions before you even set foot into a store. Start with the simple question, where are my going to use this stroller the most? Are you going to use it at the mall, or are you going to be off road, in the mountains, the dirt, or anywhere other than pavement? If you are like us, you want a stroller that can handle most anything you throw at it.
Any mother of 3 would tell you that you don’t have a lot of time to carefully fold a stroller and gently set it into your car, or wherever you are going. You need to take care of it fast. When this stroller is folded, you can easily lift it with one hand to toss it into your car, or set it where you need to put it up. The stroller is locked closed tightly so it won’t be stretching out while you carrying it around. One down side to this stroller is that it does take two hands to fold up the stroller, so you can’t have a baby on your hips as you fold it and put it away.
The Bumbleride has great functionality. There has been a lot of thought put into this stroller, such as the addition of an adjustable handle. Not everyone is the same height and you won’t have to worry about that. No more hunching over for you tall people. They have also made sure that the basket is very roomy for all your baby needs.
Everything on this stroller is adjustable to fit your baby/toddler’s needs. There is a great 5 point harness that has easily detachable shoulder straps for your older children. The foot rest is adjustable for little feet, or sleeping baby. The backrest lays flat for sleeping baby or toddler. The only downside to this feature is that you can’t get the backrest to sit up straight for your older children. This can be fixed using a belt to keep it straight.
Overall this stroller is a great buy and worth the extra money for the great durability. You can get several handy accessories for this stroller such as a car seat adapter, a rain cover, and several more. I would recommend this stroller for anyone who is looking for a stroller to last through a few children with a lot of great use.
To learn more about the Bumbleride Indie stroller check out their website. http://www.bumbleride.com/strollers/indie-home.php
Product provided for free by the manufacturer for review purposes.
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