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Bumbleride Indie Stroller - Aquamarine

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  • weight 20 lbs, H 34.5", Width 24.5", Depth 36"
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Color: Aquamarine
Technical Details
Item Weight19.8 pounds
Product Dimensions35.8 x 24.4 x 34.2 inches
Item model numberBR-INDIE-AQUA
Maximum weight recommendation44.1 Pounds
Batteries requiredNo
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Color: Aquamarine

Bumbleride Indie Stroller

Bumbleride Indie is not your average jogging, all-terrain stroller. Weighing a slim 20 lbs, Indie combines the off-road ability of a multi-terrain stroller with the lean agility of an urban jogger. It features a 360 degree swiveling front wheel with a forward facing locking position. Indie is suitable for newborns and toddlers using a multi-adjustable reclining backrest. Ready to tackle any terrain, Indie comes standard with rear suspension, a height-adjustable handle, universal car seat adapter bar, bumper bar, large storage basket and removable cup holder.


  • Durable exterior fabric made from 50% recycled PET
  • Soft interior fabric made from 50% bamboo rayon charcoal
  • SPF 45 sun canopy
  • Bumper bar
  • Cupholder

Compatible with:

  • Graco SnugRide, SnugRide 32, SnugRide 35
  • Peg Perego Primo Viaggio SP 30/30
  • Chico KeyFit 30
  • Combi Shuttle
  • Baby Trend Flex Loc,
  • Britax Chaperone

Manufacturer Recommended WeightLimit: Up to 20 pounds

Product Dimensions:

  • Length/Width/Height (In Use): 36 x 24.5 x 15 inches
  • Length/Width/Height (Folded): 32 x 24.5 x 34.5 inches

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  • "Quality" 9
  • "Storage" 5
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By NicoleNia on June 6, 2013
Color Name: Grey/Orange Verified Purchase
When I got this stroller in the mail, I was surprised at how beautiful (that is, not cheap looking at all) and sturdy it was. There are downsides though. Here are the pro's and con's that I've found with it (I spent a lot of time researching strollers, at one point I had 18 stollers and features laid out on a spreadsheet, but I am also very picky):

- It is beautiful, I get lots of compliments and people asking where I got it
- It is relatively light (I can get it in and out of the trunk of my SUV without breaking my back, for reference I am 5'2, 120 lbs)
- Not a one-handed fold, but still very easy and has a carrying handle on the underside
- Lot of storage underneath (can fit my humongous Jujube Be Prepared Diaper Bag, halfway full)
- Big canopy (protects my daughter's pale face from the sun) has UV protection built into the canopy
- Made with recycled materials (Can't remember exact amount though)
- Adjustable, foam padded handlebar (doesn't telescope)
- Large window in the canopy (black mesh with velcro, I hate the clear plastic because those can warp in the heat)
- Fully reclines (I love this feature!)
- Leg rest thing can be pushed up all the way to the bumper bar, preventing pacifiers and small toys from rolling onto the floor
- Comes with bumper bar and cup holder (I don't use the flimsy cup holder though)
- Wide seat, I can probably use this till she's at least 4 years old.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Joy C. Stefoni on June 21, 2013
Color Name: Aquamarine
I researched strollers for what felt like my entire pregnancy and finally settled on this stroller. First, the Bob Revolution is the major competitor, so I'll say why I didn't choose the Bob. The Bob is ugly. Sorry, but it's true. Beauty is important to me. Also, the Bob is heavier, by five pounds. This is the lightest weight jogging stroller on the market. Yes, this means its not as much of a hard-core jogging stroller, but let's be honest, if I ever run with this stroller I will be proud of myself. And I won't be trail running with a stroller, that's for sure. At only 20 lbs, you can take this stroller on airplanes (usually that have a 20 lb limit), and it travels with ease. It has a large basket. The seat reclines flat, which is good for newborns. It handles bumps with great ease.

Those are it's strengths. Beauty. Lightweight. All-terrain. That is an impossible combo to find. Except for the indie, of course.

The downfalls:
- I wish the handle telescoped instead of adjusted by rotating up and down. When my 6'2" husband uses it the highest setting makes hime stride closer to the stroller and its a tight fit.
- I think the two-handed recline is going to be a bother. For now my baby is 3 months old, so it doesn't bother me.
- The not-quite-upright seat could bug me, but again I don't know yet.
- I wish the basket had elastic edges so it could be pulled down to fit things.
- Why doesn't the (small) peekaboo window have a magnetic closure? I am sure its the only $500 stroller that doesn't.
- IN a dream world, I would find an all-terrain stroller with a reversible seat. ;) No such thing exists, but it would be nice!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By MumOf4 on July 4, 2014
Color Name: Cayenne Red
Ok, so this is the second Indie I have owned in the within the last 18months. The first was the older model, prior to the improvements that Bumbleride made for 2013. I had a major issue with the frame bending and the recline was IMPOSSIBLE to operate..so ended up getting rid of that stroller. Since then I have been through a fair share of strollers, including the Bugaboo Cameleon 3 (which i sold due to some concerns about the dodgy recline method which does not offer a smooth transition when lifting the seat from the reclined position...it flew up and my daughter flew out..).
I was in need of a different all terrain stroller, and after some research I decided to give the Indie a second chance due to the improvements in design that Bumbleride has since made. Here are my thoughts on the pros and cons.

* beautiful materials which offer soft and comfortable fabrics
* Huge canopy which with the new model now has a mesh peekaboo window with magnetic closures.
* Handles perfectly over all sorts of terrain with the wonderful air filled tires. These are much better than the ones on the Mountain Buggy swift which was another contender when I was looking at strollers in this range.
* The Indie I purchased in Australia now comes with a tire pump and rain cover which is a plus.
* The stroller is very light for its class - only 20 pounds!
* I like how the harness can be converted from the shoulder straps to just the waist straps. This allows for my daughter to be able to sit up straight for eating out at restaurant or cafes and still be strapped in. The nice thing is that if all the parts are together the harness doesn't fall apart every time you get the child in or out.
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