Bumbleride Era Stroller Coming Soon

Bumbleride Era

Next year is expected to be a big year for Bumbleride! After a “new stroller hiatus” since releasing the Flite in 2010, Bumbleride is planning to debut the do-it-all Bumbleride Era. This modular stroller will be a one-is-all-you-need type of stroller. Little details have been released about the new  buggy but we wanted to share what we have. I did have the opportunity to see a sketch of the new stroller but Bumbleride isn’t releasing the image yet as it isn’t the final product. Here is what we know:

Slide and Lock System
The Bumbleride Era uses a unique slide and lock system to attach its seating components to its chassis.  This new system provides the most lateral support possible, minimizing the seat’s movement on the frame. The result is a more durable system that will function better and last longer.

Custom Configurations
The Bumbleride Era chassis is designed to accommodate a variety of seating options specifically formed to fit your little one throughout all stages of his early development.  The system’s options consist of a lightweight aluminum chassis, infant car seat adapter, bassinet, modular/reversible seat as well as a lightweight soft seat designed specifically for larger toddlers.  The new optional Toddler Board attaches to Era to provide a ride along feature for growing families.

Fabrics and Materials
The Bumbleride Era will be available in 6 bold color options.  Each fabric option utilizes 50% recycled polyester exterior fabric and 50% bamboo charcoal interior fabric. The interior fabrics that touch baby utilize bamboo charcoal’s unique features like moisture absorption, temperature regulation and prevention of bacterial growth.

The Bumbleride Era’s 10” rear and 8” front wheels are supported by durable suspensions that make city walking as smooth as possible.

5-point Breakaway Harness
The Bumbleride Era’s one-push breakaway harness is easy to adjust and separates into 5 components, helping to prevent your baby from becoming entangled.

Sounds interesting, right?!? Well, it looks pretty cool from the sketches too! We’ll all just have to wait to see the finished product when we get our hands on one and bring you a Baby Gizmo video review! 😉