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BumbleRide Queen B Stroller

from Bumbleride
8 customer reviews

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  • Five point adjustable safety harness on the stroller from BumbleRide
  • BumbleRide stroller includes infant headrest and shoulder pads
  • Reversible seat on the baby stroller
  • Different than other strollers with 12 in. quick release air inflated tires
  • Stroller from BumbleRide with steerable and lockable front wheels
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Product Description

Please note that this item is special ordered from the manufacturer, and thus will take longer than some items to ship. See shipping time above. New for 2009! A true Bumbleride icon, Queen B is the classic pram reinvented. Equipped with front steerable wheels and four air-filled tires, Queen B strolls like a dream. Tailored in plush fabric, the seat of the Queen B can be reversed whenever you like to allow parent and child to interact. Optional accessories like the Bassinet and Toddler Seat allow Queen B to grow with your family. Basic Features five point adjustable safety harness suitable for infancy and up spacious cargo basket Reversible seat option so baby can face you or the world lightweight anodized aluminum frame (only 20 lbs!) adjustable handle from 32"-45" reclining backrest from flat to upright position for a more compact fold infant headrest and shoulder pads 12" air inflated tires compatible with a variety of infant seats. Recommended to be used with: Graco Snugride, Graco Snugride 32, Graco Safeseat, Chicco Keyfit, Chicco Keyfit 30, Peg Perego Primo Viaggio SIP standard accessories:footmuff, bumper bar, cup holder, air pump, infant seat safety belt, headrest and shoulder pad, raincover capacity of 45 lbs.

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Technical Details
Item Weight40.6 pounds
Product Dimensions12 x 20 x 34 inches
Batteries requiredNo
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Best Sellers Rank #254,001 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight42.1 pounds
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By LadyDemographer on October 30, 2011
We have had this stroller for 17 months now and are quite happy with our purchase. I think we paid about $400 for the stroller (didn't buy it from Amazon), making it the most expensive baby item we bought/received for our child. We were worried about spending the money as we are on a very tight budget, but I have to say the stroller is worth the money.

In the time that we have had the stroller we have put thousands of miles on it. I take my daughter (now 16 months) and dog for a three mile walk in the morning and a two or three mile walk in the evening. We started out with the stroller in the U.S. and then because of work moved to Sweden for a year. In the U.S. the stroller went out on a long, gravel road every day with no problems. Now in Sweden we have lived in an urban environment where the stroller stays mostly on sidewalks, though we do take it on wide hiking trails on the weekends. The stroller does fine over tree roots, pine needles and low-lying brush. Last year the stroller made it through the crazy winter snow storms (though it did get jammed up with snow above 12 inches, but hey, what do you expect?). The stroller is also generously sized and adjustable and fits our tall child.

The Queen B is attractive and I've received many compliments (especially in the U.S. where plastic strollers are more plentiful than Sweden). It's easy to assemble and very easy to take the wheels off. We've needed to remove the wheels for travel several times and it's never been a problem. The rain cover works well--we've been caught in many rainstorms and snowstorms over here. The stroller is adjustable (I like being able to make the seat rear or forward facing). The canopy is generous and covers the baby well.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By L. L. Oyama on January 8, 2010
We've had the Bumbleride Queen Bee for 9 months now, and have used it EVERYDAY! I even jog with it (though this is not recommended by Bumbleride) almost everyday. It is the queen of strollers. Fashionable and functional. I am able to walk to do errands. The heavy-duty metal storage compartment is great for groceries and other shopping. So comfortable for baby too. The seat recline is easy to adjust and the canopy can almost completely cover the whole seat to block out sun or rain. I feel that it is SUPER MANEUVERABLE for its size, and I am even happy with the cup holder. My cup holder should have broken many times as I caught the plastic end piece on doors etc. many times, but it always just flexes and snaps back in place. All of its adjustments are done easily.... except maybe switching the facing direction of the seat (forward vs toward mommy).... that one is a little tricky with baby inside. Otherwise the handle bar moves easily and the whole seat can actually be dropped down for storage in a jiffy. We found that for outdoor concerts the seat could be dropped down with baby inside giving our babe the COMFIEST SEAT without blocking anyone's view. Also, the seat is so big that baby can actually play a little inside. All the seat parts come off easily to be washed. This stroller is great for the dog park, jogging, errands, all-day festivals, concerts, and even not-too-deep sand.

What this stroller is not good for: car travel and tight spaces. Though the stroller does compact down and the wheels come off and on very easily, it still BIG! BIG! BIG! We have a crossover SUV and we need to take off two wheels to fit it in..... and there's not much space left over for groceries etc.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By FitForLife on November 18, 2009
The QueenB is the best stroller there is, ever, period. I have owned and tried many high end boutique strollers, and this is head and shoulders above anything I have yet come across.

We've had ours from about 18 months. The more I use it, the more I'm impressed with it. It is a dream.

I have heard the criticism that its hard to turn in tight spaces. Bologna! Its is the EASIEST to turn in tight spaces. And of this point you may want to make additional note in the manual or such as I can see how people may make that inaccurate conclusion. If you "push forward" into the turn so as to put weight on the front wheels, they straighten out and make tight turns tough. But if you "push down" on the rear to take weight off the front wheels, it is the easiest tight "turn on a dime" ever. It actually turns itself. I can load the QueenB with a 1 year old and a 5 year old (with toddler seat) plus the ever full diaper bag, and navigate any department store with one hand... like a dream. There is no other stroller that could do this. (Admittedly if you try turning it like its a Graco, you could frustrate at it.)

Not to mention its just smooth as ice, with the oh-so-clever shock absorbers (kudos to the designer on that one) and the large air inflated tires. I enjoy just pushing it; I imagine for the kids its even smoother. So solid and sturdy, even with the adjustable handles, which I worried would get wobbly and "give" over time, it is a solid tank. We are increasingly impressed, dazzled, and amazed the more we use it.

Is anything wrong with it? Yes, a few downsides. Its heavy to lift, and is a large stroller; this is minor to me. The cup holder isn't fantastic; thats irritating, but also minor.
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