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In the depths of the cold, cold Snowpocalypse of early 2015, the Magic Beans store staff had plenty of time for training: with mass transit on the fritz and treacherous, snow-choked streets, the customers could be sparse. So our staff did what any self-respecting stroller geeks would do, and road-tested our floor models in the snow. Only two strollers made the grade, and one of them was Bugaboo’s tough-as-nails all-terrain stroller model, the Bugaboo Buffalo.
This fully buffa-loaded master of all surfaces is still fairly new, so the tweaks on the 2015 Bugaboo Buffalo Stroller are pretty small: along with the recently-added extendable sun canopy, the new Buffalo now features Bugaboo’s remodeled Comfort Harness. The new harness can be adjusted more easily and precisely than ever, with five independently-adjustable straps with no closed loops, and it’s easier to open too, with a new white release button (now matching all the other moving parts on your Bugaboo stroller).
Improvements aside, the all-terrain Bugaboo Buffalo Stroller is designed to stampede confidently down sidewalks and streets, hills and dales, back-roads and trails! The stroller’s big, zero-maintenance foam-filled tires are up for any challenge, from sidewalk cracks to icy new England pavement; you can lock the swiveling front wheels if you need a little more stability, and even sand or snow won’t stop you if you click into the two-wheel position.
Being a Bugaboo, of course, the Buffalo adapts beautifully for your child’s needs as she grows: newborns can ride in the included bassinet or an infant car seat (adapters sold separately), while toddlers will enjoy the reversible, recline-able seat (which can lie almost flat), and older kids up to 37.5 pounds can enjoy the ride. The Buffalo Stroller is also made to haul cargo, with an unprecedented 15-pound weight limit on the handle (which has built-in hooks for your diaper bag) and a HUGE under-seat basket.
When your adventures are over, the Bugaboo Buffalo has a simple self-standing fold, and can fold in one or two pieces, for your convenience; fold it in one piece to get it done quicker, or two pieces to get a more compact fold. The fabrics are removable and machine-washable, and the seat comes with a rotating carry handle that doubles as a bumper bar and bassinet handle. Your Buffalo also comes equipped with a rear-wheel parking brake and a runaway strap for downhills.
In any weather, on any surface, the 2015 Bugaboo Buffalo does it better. If you’re anticipating journeys that will take you far afield, you’ll find that the Buffalo is very much up-to-snuff-alo!
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Are you in love with the sleek modern look of Bugaboo strollers, but not sure which model to buy? In this video, a Magic Beans Stroller Matchmaker explains the difference between the popular Bugaboo Cameleon Stroller [http://mbeans.com/bugaboo-cameleon-3-... and the tough, all-terrain Bugaboo Buffalo Stroller [http://mbeans.com/bugaboo-buffalo-str...
The key difference between these two beautiful Bugaboos is their all-terrain capability: the Cameleon is a flexible hybrid stroller that can adapt for all seasons, while the Buffalo is specifically made to handle rough surfaces, like trails and snowy sidewalks. The Cameleon adapts to stroll over gravel, sand, and snow with a reversible handlebar that enables you to put the large rear wheels in front, while the Buffalo’s huge tires make short work of any surface. The Buffalo also has more storage, including a handlebar optimized to carry your stroller bag.
Both Bugaboo strollers come with a reversible seat with a three-position recline, which transforms into a bassinet by switching out the included fabrics. Each has a generously-sized extendable canopy, which can be switched out for a Breezy Sun Canopy (sold separately), and each has an impressively compact fold.
Your choice is going to depend largely on how much weight you’re prepared to handle (the Buffalo weighs a bit more), and how much storage you need. If you’re looking for an even lighter Bugaboo, you may want to give the Bugaboo Bee Stroller [http://mbeans.com/bugaboo-bee3-comple... a try; if you need a Bugaboo for two, then the expandable Bugaboo Donkey Stroller [http://mbeans.com/bugaboo-donkey-stro... is the ride for you!
The best way to decide is to come in and test-drive both strollers in person: you can give them a try at any of our six stores throughout New England [http://mbeans.com/Stores]! Or, schedule a FREE consultation [http://mbeans.com/needhelp] with our expert Stroller Matchmakers, who love matching families with the perfect stroller for their lifestyle.
Reading our Stroller Buying Guide will help you narrow down the stroller you need. If you have further questions, just ask us! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 866-600-2326.