Review : Bumbleride Era All-Terrain Stroller - Mums Grapevine - Australia

Bumbleride Era Review Australia- Mum's Grapevine

 

"Whether bumping over bush tracks or weaving through crowded shopping centres, the Bumbleride Era is the only four-wheel all-terrain stroller currently on the Australian market.

Ready to go from day one, the Era comes with a fully reclinable seat for newborns, optional bassinet and car capsule adapters. Complete with an extra-long footwell there’s plenty of room to grow – even for the tallest of toddlers.

The Bumbleride Era Stroller is made for active families who care about the environment without compromising on comfort and style.

It’s a four-wheel, all-terrain pram: With air-filled tyres and all-wheel suspension, this clever pram is purpose-built for on and off-path adventures.

It’s newborn-ready: No need to purchase an additional bassinet (although one is available) the reversible seat fully reclines so newborns can lie flat from day one.

It’s eco-friendly: Bumbleride leads the way in eco-fabrics and has upcycled more than one million plastic bottles and fishing nets since 2011. Their dyeing processes also use less water than standard practices.

It’s a healthy choice: All materials and components contain no harmful chemicals like formaldehyde, fire retardants, chlorine, PFC, PFAS-PVC, BPA, and Phthalate.

It has a cork handle: Durable and hardwearing, the ergonomic cork handle is naturally waterproof, repels bacteria, mould, and fungus growth, and is 100 per cent sustainable.

It’s lightweight and easy to manoeuvre: At just 12kgs the Bumbleride Era is easy to steer, even one hand, and once folded it’s easy to lift into the boot.

We love how compact and easy-to-use the Bumbleride Era is for new mums.

But don’t just take our word for it – we asked three mums to review the Bumbleride Era for several weeks. They went off-road, out for coffee, did the shopping, even gave birth all while putting the Bumbleride Era through its paces.

Here’s what they thought…" - Read more.

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