Bugaboo Lynx Stroller Review [Video]

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Bugaboo Lynx Stroller Review

Bugaboo Lynx Stroller

Hi, I’m Amy, owner of Strolleria, and in this video, I’ll show you the new Bugaboo Lynx Stroller. The Lynx will be available in fall 2019 at strolleria.com where we offer free shipping, no sales tax, and registry rewards. If you have questions about the Lynx, email us at customercare@strolleria.com or leave a comment below.

The Lynx offers the quality, maneuverability, and style that Bugaboo is known for without the high-end price that Bugaboo’s also known for. The starting price of the Lynx is $899, which is $300 less than the Bugaboo Fox. The Lynx has a lot in common with the Fox, like premium but lightweight materials, a big storage basket, a reversible seat that fully reclines, and a one piece standing fold,

but the Lynx is a little more pared down than the Fox, which makes it more affordable. For example, the Lynx doesn’t come with a bassinet. It’s also more compact and it weighs 20.7 pounds, which makes it the lightest full size stroller on the market.

The Lynx has a reversible seat that allows the baby to face you when they’re younger and forward when they’re older. It has multiple reclined positions, including a flat position for sleeping and newborns and a height adjustable handlebar. You can open the canopy for ventilation or extend it for complete sun coverage. The Lynx is compatible with the Bugaboo Turtle Car Seat. It doesn’t come with a bassinet, but you can purchase one separately for $250.

It’s easy to turn the Lynx into a travel system using the Bugaboo Turtle Car Seat, which attaches directly to the stroller without adapters. The Bugaboo Turtle is manufactured by Nuna using the same design of the Nuna PIPA series, which is known for its innovative safety and style. The Lynx is also compatible with car seats from Nuna, Cybex, Maxi-Cosi, and Clek, using a car seat adapter sold separately.

The Lynx folds with the seat attached and stands when folded, so it’s easier to lift. To fold the stroller, first press the small black buttons on top of the white triggers, then press the white triggers and pull the handlebar down and towards you. If it’s easier, you can also fold the Lynx in two pieces. The seat of the Lynx is self-standing, so it doesn’t get dirty and your child will have a seat wherever you go.

The Lynx comes in six colors, black, fresh white, blue melange or steel blue with an aluminum frame, or black or gray melange with a black frame. The black frame and melange fabrics are higher priced with prices ranging from $899 to $1019.

The difference between the Lynx and the Fox is kind of like comparing the base model of a car with the fully loaded version. The Fox is more luxurious because it has suspension in all four wheels and it even has suspension in the frame to absorb more shock. The Lynx has smaller wheels with suspension only in the front, so it won’t be quite as smooth. The Fox comes with a bassinet that’s safe for overnight sleeping, so you can also use it inside your house and for travel. You can use a bassinet for the Lynx, but it’s sold separately and isn’t approved for overnight sleeping. The Fox also has extra features, like an easier folding mechanism, a higher seat, and a one handed recline, and it’s compatible with more car seats. Some advantages of the Lynx are that it weighs about one pound less and it’s more compact, so it takes up a little less space in your car.

That’s it for our review of the Bugaboo Lynx Stroller. The Lynx will be available in fall 2019 at strolleria.com where we offer free shipping, no sales tax, and registry rewards. If you have questions about the Lynx or need help finding the stroller that’s right for you. Email us customercare@strolleria.com or leave a comment below.