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All user reviews of Bugaboo Fox

4.5/5
16 parent reviews

Great

4
  • Lightweight
  • Easy to use
  • Superb materials
  • Interchangeable canopies for winter and summer
  • You can't fit much under the bassinet
  • I don't think my little one can see much from the bassinet when on his tummy

👍👍👍 A great pram that I will continue to recommend.

Without one thing to fault

5
  • Large
  • None

An excellent pram without one thing to fault.

It's light as a feather

5

The perfect stroller ❣️ I give 10 points out of 10 💗

It's light as a feather, easy and foldable. It can be operated with one hand - it's just incredible! It can handle any terrain. Satisfaction, satisfaction, satisfaction. It's spacious - nothing to complain about 👍🏻

  • Luxurious
  • Lightweight
  • Stable
  • Creative
  • Cannot lift legs when sitting
  • If you still want to use the carrycot and still want to have a seat unit on (for alternating), you need a new frame
  • Takes up a lot of space in the car

Lightweight, easy to handle. Beautiful clean lines, creativity knows no boundaries. If something gets worn, scuffed, you buy a new part. No bad terrain will stop it and it sits very stably on the road.

Perfect

4
  • Light
  • Easy handling
  • Spacious bassinet
  • Spacious seat
  • Height-adjustable handle
  • Large basket
  • Goes over rougher terrain
  • Large hood
  • It doesn't fold as easily as in the video
  • Impractical zipping of the bassinet cover
  • The handle also does not slide in smoothly

A perfect pushchair, I recommend it. I would definitely buy it again.

I can lift it effortlessly with one hand

5
  • Light
  • Compact
  • Spacious
  • Big bassinet
  • Easy to use
  • Smooth ride
  • Beautiful design
  • High load capacity
  • Spacious basket
  • Sturdy, yet lightweight chassis
  • Solid stroller
  • Super quiet wheels
  • Seat vs. bassinet version takes up almost no space in the closet
  • "Zipping" to the second version is very simple
  • Rich selection of accessories
  • Locking wheels
  • The stroller can handle any terrain

This stroller is perfect and undoubtedly the best! The bassinet is huge, so even a larger baby has plenty of space in the pram.

The advantage of the stroller is its low weight - I can lift it effortlessly with one hand, which is a huge advantage for me because I have a thrombosis in my hand and the weight of the stroller was a decisive parameter for me.

Another advantage is its compactness - on the one hand, the chassis can be folded into a mini shape, which does not take up space (we have it put under the hanger), but the click on part can also be folded flat in two movements.

A great advantage is that one frame and one hood are used for both parts. So the components for converting to the other version do not take up much space (one drawer), which is suitable for a smaller apartment.

Another great advantage is its huge mobility. The pram pushes "by itself", it can be controlled with even one finger, thanks to the front swivel/locking wheels it can maneuver in a tight space, and, especially, the ride is quiet and smooth.

What I really like about the pram is that it is possible to change the hoods on it - extendable, summer, etc. So you have several variants from one pram. We don't mind the sitting part shape at all, on the seat version, the child can enter it sooner, even if it is not sitting by itself yet, you simply tilt it and go.

I don't understand why anyone claims that this pram can't be put in a car boot easily. It folds great even with a bassinet put on it, just unhook the struts at the ends of the stroller. The seat is foldable in itself. The stroller is just perfect! We are very, very satisfied with it!

I expected more for that money

3
  • Beautiful design
  • Spacious bassinet
  • Extendable hood
  • Variability of designs
  • Too bulky, takes up too much space in our car
  • Pricy
  • Shaped bucket seat

Overall, it's not a bad stroller at all, but I expected more for that money :).

It is light, easy to steer, but after a few months of riding, it already has a slightly loose pushbar. After being assembled, it takes up a lot of space and the basket is always making me shake stuff out, and it could be better accessible as well.

I haven't tried the sitting part yet, but we probably won't last long because of the bucket seat style :). What is really a big plus here is the spacious bassinet, and especially the extendable hood.

But overall, it's probably still not worth the high price :)

Lightweight, spacious

5
  • Lightweight
  • Compact
  • Colors fitting any taste or mood
  • Large basket
  • Large carrycot
  • Spacious seat
  • I found none

Lightweight, spacious. Large basket. The fabrics can be changed according to your taste and mood.

An excellent pram good even for harsher terrain

4
  • Easy to steer
  • Design
  • Accessible, spacious underslung basket
  • Accessories options - there's so much!
  • All-terrain, with quiet wheeôs
  • Lightweight
  • Fodling can be done with the seat attached and is not hard
  • Telescoping push bar
  • Not a complete flat bassinet surface
  • Sometimes the brake gets stuck when being released

An excellent pram good even for harsher terrain. Lightweight, easy to steer. One point down would be for the constant feeling that the bassinet is a bit slanted, not flat - like the child is a bit lower in the head area. It is probably because of only two points of fixing it, I don't know. If my son wouldn't suffer from reflux I would probably not notice that, even.

I would buy it again

4
  • Lightweight
  • Easy to maneuver
  • Spacious bassinet
  • Spacious seat part
  • Height-adjustable handlebar
  • Large basket
  • Good for bad terrain
  • Large canopy
  • The fold is not as easy as the instruction video shows
  • Impractical zipper-closing of the carrycot apron
  • The bumper bar is also not that smooth to put on

A perfect pushchair, I recommend it. I would buy it again.

  • Lightweight
  • Quick to fold and unfold
  • Compact
  • Spacious seat as well as bassinet - even for those larger babies
  • One-hand push
  • For me, nothing

I love it. One of the best! 👌

My son is almost 2yo, and we still use the same stroller system. We didn't even think of changing.

Sturdy and stable

4
  • lightweight
  • for shorter as well as taller parents
  • quality wheels
  • stable
  • difficult to fold - to push the locks on both sides then slide them at the same time is quite annoying
  • the same goes for the carrycot zipper - it’s nice that it’s hidden under the (waterproof) fabric, but it makes it difficult to (un)zip

A great stroller - lightweight, excellent manipulation. It is sturdy and stable, with a large basket and a much stronger, sturdier handle than the Cameleon. The wheels are quite robust - suitable even for more difficult terrain.

An excellent pram with no downsides

5
  • Large
  • There's none

An excellent pram with no downsides.

Sturdy and stable

4
  • lightweight
  • for shorter as well as taller parents
  • quality wheels
  • stable
  • difficult to fold - to push the locks on both sides then slide them at the same time is quite annoying
  • the same goes for the carrycot zipper - it’s nice that it’s hidden under the (waterproof) fabric, but it makes it difficult to (un)zip

A great stroller - lightweight, excellent manipulation. It is sturdy and stable, with a large basket and a much stronger, sturdier handle than the Cameleon. The wheels are quite robust - even for more difficult terrain.

The best stroller I pushed

5
  • Extending hood
  • Terrain-capable
  • Spacious enough
  • Fuss-free push
  • Huge basket
  • It can carry a big, heavy load
  • A lot of accessories available
  • Even after a lot of use, it's still like new
  • Lightweight
  • Compact

The best stroller I ever pushed.

  • lightweight
  • compact
  • agile
  • able to carry a lot
  • great pockets inside the basket, really practical :-)
  • perfect for more difficult terrain as well as for the city
  • I don’t recommend it for mommies shorter than 170 cm (the center of gravity is not the greatest when the handlebar is fully pushed in) - for me (175 cm) it’s ok

I don’t recommend it for mommies shorter than 170 cm (the center of gravity is not the greatest when the handlebar is fully pushed in) - for me (175 cm) it’s ok

I had a lot of strollers, and if I compare it with Quinny, Jané, Stokke Xplory, and Stokke Trailz, Mima Xari… for me, it is the best. To the center of gravity that I heard a few complaints about, I want to say - for shorter moms, the popping up curbs or other obstacles may be problematic because the weight distribution/center of gravity is the best when the handlebar is almost fully extended. For someone my height (175 cm) it’s just perfect 🙂

It can be compared to Stokke Trailz, but it’s lighter, folds in one piece (you don’t need to click off any part, as you do with the Trailz), and the wheels are full rubber, so there is no risk of a puncture 😉 Plastics don’t scratch as easily as they do with Trailz. The basket is a wee smaller than the Trailz’s, but it takes a lot anyway. Fox is also much easier to handle.

BEST STROLLER I HAD 💋💋💋

4.5/5
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