Features and technical details
Introducing Bugaboo's lightest full-size stroller, the Lynx— designed to help you effortlessly navigate life on-the-go. Luckily, the compact, streamlined design of the Lynx has a responsive, one-handed push which lets you easily maneuver when you have your hands full. The smooth suspension and large wheels mean a smoother ride for your child—whatever the terrain, and however fully-loaded your stroller is! Enjoy the benefits of a compact, one-piece self-standing fold in any configuration. The updated 2020 version includes front swivel wheels with a modified bearing improving stability, steering, and reducing wear. The seat lugs have been modified to improve sideways flexibility, allowing you to effortlessly remove the car seat without it catching. Key features: Reversible seat allows you to have your child facing you or facing the world Light and compact design 3 position recline Front swivel wheels Five-point harness with height adjustable shoulder straps Extra large sun canopy with peek-a-boo window One piece, self standing fold (with seat or bassinet on) Large under seat basket - holds up to 22 lbs All fabrics are UPF 50+ and machine washable Compatible with Bugaboo Lynx bassinet (sold separately) Smaller footprint than most full size strollers (including the Bugaboo Fox2) Car Seat Compatible: Bugaboo Turtle, CYBEX Aton Q, CYBEX Aton Cloud Q, Maxi-Cosi Mico 30, Maxi-Cosi Mico AP, Maxi-Cosi Max 30, Maxi-Cosi Mico Max Plus, Nuna Pipa, Nuna Pipa Lite Large 7" front wheels and 11.4" rear wheels Suitable up to 50 lbs Weight: 20.7 lbs / 9.4 kg Dimensions: 23.6” / 60 cm W, 20.5” / 52 cm What's included: Chassis with wheels Sun canopy with wires Under seat basket Rain cover Seat fabric ABOUT BUGABOO The name Bugaboo is synonymous with strollers. But it wasn’t always that way. In fact, back in 1994, when Chief Design Officer at Bugaboo Max Barenbrug designed his stroller for his graduation at the Design Academy in Eindhoven, it was the first of its kind. The modular stroller, loaded with functionalities that could be used on any terrain was a completely new concept at the time. Five years later, Barenburg and his business partner Eduard Zanen founded their own factory, after failing to find a manufacturer that would meet their high safety standards. Today, Bugaboo is a company with 70 bright thinkers, smart designers and highly skilled engineers whose products are sold in more than 50 countries around the world, and the line has expanded to include luggage systems and capsules. But the primary goal – to allow parents to move their kids around the world with ease – will never change.