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Valco Buggster & BOB Revolution

  • Mar 9, 2010
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I want to add my two cents on my favorite strollers.
I have had the Valco Buggster in Bubblegum pink and the BOB Revolution in Mesa Orange.
I really enjoyed the Buggster, it has an easy push, generous room for your child, corners on a dime and just plain looks really cool!
The Buggster was my "car" stroller. I always had it with me when we went places.
It has a nifty fold, kinda like an umbrella stroller but bigger. It also has a carry strap that is awesome when you have to check it at the gate in the airport.
Love this stroller-I give it a 5 of 5.

I also have the BOB Revolution.
This stroller was my induction into the world of high end strollers.
I was delighted with the ease of the push, I can push and turn it with one finger.
The front revolving wheel is fantastic, there is no need to tip the stroller backwards to turn it.
On the road, this stroller runs like butter, so smooth. DD was comfy in the seat even when we were jogging.
The sun shade is fantastic. it actually covers your child from the sun! That was a well thought out shade.
I do have two ideas that would make the BOB better- 1. A locking mechanism when the stroller is folded. 2. A hand brake. this would be really nice for parents who like to Rollerblade with BOB.
The Fold is super easy but like I said it needs to have a lock. The stroller comes with a Velcro strap that is awkward to use, a lock would be nice.
Aside from those two cons I would still give this stroller a 5
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March 10, 2010
That's funny, my two strollers are the Buggster and Joggster. One for the car and one for jogging in the neighborhood etc :)
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Valco Baby creates a new class of stroller with the rollout of the Valco Buggster! The Buggster fills the space between a low-weight, small buggy and a comfortable sport stroller, giving parents one stroller that offers all of the travel conveniences of an umbrella stroller and the performance features of an all-terrain stroller. The Buggster is in a class of its own. A small, foldable stroller, it features a huge, multi-position reclining seat that makes it comfortable for the child and a three-wheel design that makes it extremely maneuverable and comfortable for the parent to push. Cool styling and fully loaded with a boot cover, zip in UV protection and rain covers and the option for an infant bassinet, the Buggster is unlike anything else on the market Features Include: -- Large under-seat storage basket -- Removable front wheel -- Easy and compact fold -- Matching bassinet available for use for newborn -- Large, rounded hood for maximum protection -- Includes: Raincover, Zip in UV protection, Boot cover -- At only 15 pounds, lightweight yet manueverable -- 55 pound maximum weight capacity
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