The first Bugaboo stroller ever released, the Frog continues a part of the company's lineup of innovative strollers by filling a place in the market just below the popular Cameleon. Though slightly less refined, many of the Frog's features mirror those of the slightly larger and more expensive Cameleon including infant seat compatibility as well as a reversible stroller seat with removable fabric that doubles as lining for the included bassinet. The Frog features one pair each of large inflatable wheels and smaller swiveling wheels which can be oriented either at the front or back of the stroller with adjustment of the reversible handlebar. The smaller wheels' frame can also be removed for pull-cart-like operation across rougher terrain such as sand or snow.
|Folded w/o Wheels:||35" x 20" x 10"|
|Hip to Knee:||9"|
|Knee to Foot:||9"|
|Under Seat Storage Capacity:||4.8 Gallons|
|Wheel Size:||6" Front / 12" Rear|
|Compatible Car Seats:||Graco Snugride, Peg Perego Primo Viaggio, Peg Perego Primo Viaggio SIP 30/30, Maxi-Cosi Mico|
The Bugaboo Frog is a legacy product that has essentially been replaced by the popular Cameleon stroller. Despite their similarities, the Frog is more aggressively priced and some of the feature differences may not be noticeable. If you can live with a slightly less adaptable stroller seat, fixed-height handlebar, and fewer color choices then the Frog may be a good alternative to meet your needs and budget. As with the Cameleon, folding the Frog is a multi-step process that should be practiced prior to bringing baby home from the hospital... it's much easier to learn at leisure in the driveway than at night in a rainy parking lot with a screaming infant in tow.
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