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Bumbleride Queen B Stroller - Ruby (2009) (Closeout)

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About the Product

  • · Standard bassinet accessory
  • · Quick release 5-point safety harnesses
  • · Air-filled tires (12 in.) with steerable front wheels
  • · Reversible seat option so baby can face forward or to the rear
  • · Multi-adjustable backrest with flat position for infants
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Item Weight20 pounds
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Best Sellers Rank #360,673 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight20 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Tammie on November 16, 2011
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I am a "second time around mom," my older children are 8 and 11, so I knew what I liked and didn't like on the five strollers that I had during their stroller years. I was between the Bugaboo Donkey and the Bumbleride Queen B. Ultimately the Queen B won due to a larger seat(the Donkey seat would have been useless by the time my kids were 2-I have tall children and the Donkey seat is short), less plastic to break, and easier fold/unfold.

What I wanted in a stroller:
-FOUR pneumatic tires. I wanted to be able to go out to a softball/baseball game and know I didn't have to stick to the sidewalks. We also have a dirt walking trail that the older children enjoy and family that lives in the country(dirt/gravel roads, no sidewalks, etc). Four is important because well, I have older children who want to push the baby and I wanted the added stability so she won't tip out of her stroller.

-Mostly(if not all) metal construction. I had 3 strollers completely fall apart due to plastic components wearing. 1 plastic wheel wear through, 1 a wheel actually broke off(I was pregnant, had a 2yr old, and 2 grocery bags in the basket-4 blocks from home), and another just broke small parts all over the place and eventually would no longer stay open. The materials engineer in the family has approved 100% with the design and quality(this is a first with baby products as most are plastic and have wear problems).

-Large basket. We don't always use it, but I enjoy having the space available when I need it for trips to the store or all day outings(zoo, theme park, etc.).

-Five point harness. I know this is pretty standard on stollers today, but it wasn't when I was purchasing stollers 8-10 years ago.

-Easy to push.
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