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Magic Beans has new & improved Bugaboo Donkey strollers with a more compact fold and new carry handles in stock.

 

  • Converts from single stroller to double stroller (and back again)

 

  • Great for strolling over all terrains: sidewalks, woods, sand, snow, and more

 

  • Incredible handling for a double stroller

 

  • Side basket (mono mode) and underseat basket provide tons of storage

About the 2013 Bugaboo Donkey Stroller

Please note: We are only able to ship Bugaboo products to addresses within the United States.

 

To view the correct pricing for the stroller combination you are looking for, select Mono, Duo, or Twin from the Size/Age drop-down menu, and then select your desired stroller color.

 

This is the Bugaboo Donkey Stroller with the black base, however it's also available with a Sand Base.

 

Mono configuration (for one child): $1,199

Duo configuration (for two children of different ages): $1,499

Twin configuration (for two children of the same age): $1,659

 

Please note: We are not authorized to ship the Bugaboo Donkey Stroller outside the United States.

 

 

 

ABOUT THE BUGABOO DONKEY STROLLER

 

The donkey, Equus asinus, was recruited by humans in ancient times for the purpose of carting people and things around, and has made itself very useful on our behalf ever since. In biblical times, wealth was counted by the number of donkeys a man possessed. Donkeys and mules traveled to the New World with the Conquistadores, and later, they were imported to America by George Washington himself. In the time of the Gold Rush, miners preferred donkeys as pack animals because they were intelligent and good company, and were loyal enough to follow their master right into the mine without being led.

 

The modern donkey, Equus bugaboous, is just as loyal and hardworking as its predecessors, albeit in a somewhat altered form. Like its animal namesake, the 2013 / 2014 Bugaboo Donkey is good with children, hauls all of your very important cargo, and adapts cheerfully and easily to new circumstances. That last point is what makes this stroller truly special: the Bugaboo Donkey is the first stroller on the market that can transform into a side-by-side double... and back again.

 

Here's a quick overview of the Bugaboo Donkey's many merits:

 

  • Mono/Duo/Twin capability (Equus multitaskus): You can expand or downsize the 2013 / 2014 Bugaboo Donkey's child-carrying capability in only three clicks. In the 23" wide Mono configuration, a single seat, bassinet, or car seat carrier rides to your left, with a spacious side luggage basket on the right. To make your Bugaboo Donkey a 29" Duo or Twin, unlock the frame, pull it outwards, re-lock, and pop in a second seat, bassinet, or car seat carrier; to go Mono again, do what you just did in reverse. The Mono/Duo capability makes the Bugaboo Donkey the perfect stroller for parents expecting their first child and hoping to have more: when your family expands, so does your stroller. And when an older child outgrows the double stroller but your younger one still needs a comfortable ride, just collapse the Donkey back to Mono. One family: one stroller.

 

  • Cargo (Equus carrystuffus): Shopping with kids just got a lot easier, with the Bugaboo Donkey's tremendous storage capacity. The expandable side luggage basket and underseat basket have all the space you need for kid necessities and items you pick up along the way – your diaper bag, groceries, stuffed animals, dolls, your child's imaginary friend...

 

  • Car seat compatible (Equus vehiculus): For the smallest Bugaboo Donkey riders, you can purchase adapters that will allow your Bugaboo Donkey to cart along popular car seat carriers including models by Graco and Maxi-Cosi.

 

  • Multi-terrain (Equus youcantstopus): Air-filled 10" front wheels and 12" rear wheels give your passenger/passengers a smooth ride, and you can adapt the Bugaboo Donkey for sand or snow by converting it into the wheelbarrow-like two-wheel position.

 

Other neat stuff: the 2013 / 2014 Bugaboo Donkey features a one-hand recline that operates separately on either side; as with other Bugaboo models, the seats reverse; and the Bugaboo Donkey folds in one piece with seats or bassinettes installed, and has a neat standing fold. Bugaboo accessories that will be available include car seat adaptors, cup holders, a sun parasol, and, later on this year, a wheeled board. And of course, the Donkey's sister strollers are still available through Magic Beans – the versatile Bugaboo Cameleon 3,  the stylish urban Bugaboo Bee, and the robust Bugaboo Buffalo.

 

With the Bugaboo Donkey, you've got a smartly-designed, versatile beast of burden that can take on any load your family piles on it and keep on rolling happily along. We think that's Equus awesomeus.

 

MAGIC BEANS STAFF TIP: Families with children with special needs find the cargo basket especially useful – it can hold an oxygen tank or other large items.

 

Bugaboo Donkey Configuration Details

 

Stroller Configuration

Price

Bugaboo Donkey Mono Configuration

mono configuration (buying for use with 1 child)

base

(includes chassis, 1 frame, canopy wires, side luggage basket, underseat basket, bassinet & seat fabric & rain cover)

tailored fabric set

(includes sun canopy & bassinet apron)

$1,199

Bugaboo Donkey Duo Configuration

duo configuration (buying for use with 2 children of different ages)

base

(includes chassis, 1 frame, canopy wires, side luggage basket, underseat basket, bassinet & seat fabric & rain cover)

tailored fabric set

(includes sun canopy & bassinet apron) 

extension set

(includes 1 frame, canopy wires, seat fabric & rain cover)

sun canopy

$1,499

Bugaboo Donkey Twin Configuration

twin configuration (buying for use with 2 children of the same age)

base

(includes chassis, 1 frame, canopy wires, side luggage basket, underseat basket, bassinet & seat fabric & rain cover)

tailored fabric set

(includes sun canopy & bassinet apron) 

tailored fabric set

(includes sun canopy & bassinet apron)

extension set

(includes 1 frame, canopy wires, seat fabric & rain cover)

bassinet base complete

(includes bassinet fabric)

$1,659

2013 Bugaboo Donkey Stroller Specs

Manufacturer:
Bugaboo
Stroller Usage:
City Walking
Exact Weight:
28.6 lb. as mono, 33 lb. as duo
Infant Car Seat Adapter Available:
Yes
Seat Orientation:
Reversible
Seat Recline:
Yes
Stroller Max Weight Capacity:
37.5 lb. per seat
Adaptable for 2 children:
Yes
Assembly Required:
Yes
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2013 Bugaboo Donkey Stroller
Written by
Kansasjill
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SEKansas
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  • Parent of Two or More Children
4.0 stars out of 5.0 stars

Worth the money

July 11th, 2011
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful
Pros:

Lightweight, Comfortable, Smooth Ride, Easy To Maneuver, Durable

Cons:

Fold down

I preordered the Bugaboo Donkey and was thrilled when it arrived earlier than expected. I have a 14 month old and am expecting another baby any day. For me, finding a double stroller that is easy to use and easy to push has been a thoroughly researched project. I tried out many in stores and most everything was either too bulky, too heavy, hard to steer, impossible to fold......you get the point. Considering the cost it was a bit risky to order the Donkey without touching, feeling and steering it first, but the reviews had been glowing and I figured, worse case scenario, I could stick it on ebay or Craig's List if I hated it.

For starters, the stroller is extremely atttractive and gets loads of compliments everywhere we go. I ordered the black and pink duo. Assembly was very simple and I adore the different configurations. The ride is quite smooth and the stroller is very easy to push and feels very light weight. That being said, there is nothing flimsy about the Donkey. I am excited to use it this fall to attend my older boys' football games where we will have to stroll over some rough terrain.

The only reason I did not give the Donkey "5 Beans" is because of the fold-down process. It may be that I have not yet mastered folding it with seats attached but at this point I find it easier to remove the seat(s) and/or side basket and then fold the frame to put in the back of my car. I have a Honda Odyssey and have no trouble fitting everything in the back....it's just a little cumbersome to have to do everything separately. I will say though that everything disassembles very quickly and easily and goes back together in a snap.

I would definately recommend this stroller to anyone who has two babies at once.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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2013 Bugaboo Donkey Stroller
Written by
Lindsay
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Englewood, NJ
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  • Parent of Two or More Children
4.0 stars out of 5.0 stars

It's here!!!!

May 8th, 2011
3 out of 3 people found this review helpful
Pros:

Easy To Maneuver, Easy fold, Stylish, Comfortable, Smooth Ride, Durable

Cons:

Bulky

I was so excited for my Bugaboo to arrive that the moment it was delivered i quickly assembled it and put my kids in (3 month old and 2 year old). I was amazed at how quickly i was able to assemble it and how easy it was. i was really impressed with the light weight feel and how easy it pushed on the hills in my community. It is very bulky and when traveling with it it takes up a lot of space in the trunk so if your planning on using it in and out of the car i would not recommend it. A major plus is the ability to take the stroller from a mono-duo-mono. I already have used it many times as a duo, dropped off one child, and turned it into a mono to take my other child to his friends house. A great feature is the ability to turn each seat individually, so my children can choose to face each other, face me, or face the world. Bottom Line: love the stroller and recommend it to all my friends

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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2013 Bugaboo Donkey Stroller
Written by
expecting mommy
from
vacaville ca
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  • Parent of Two or More Children
4.0 stars out of 5.0 stars

bugaboo here i come!

April 30th, 2011
1 out of 6 people found this review helpful
Pros:

Easy To Set Up, Comfortable, Easy To Maneuver, Durable, Smooth Ride

Cons:

Cumbersome, Too Heavy

I recently pre ordered the Bugaboo donkey in duo. Although I cannot wait to get the stroller next month, I was a little dissapointed when it really did not come with everything it states for the [$]. You start out with the mono stroller and then you add on what you want, which is a good feature since i am not a fan of bassinets. I ended up getting the basics with 2 seats for the [$]. I did however get to stroll this fantastic stroller in the store with my little one in it in the mono mode, and it was a breeze, and my daughter looked so comfortable in it. They taught me how to use the stroller and even let me try fitting it in the trunk of my mothers car! It was very heavy, and being pregnant I could not lift it, and the fold could be better. All in all, I am excited I bought the stroller and I cannot wait to use it in duo mode when my new baby is born in october.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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Videos for 2013 Bugaboo Donkey Stroller

Click to watch a video of the three configurations of the new Bugaboo Donkey stroller. This video showcases its mono (one child), duo (two children of different ages), and twin (two children of the same age) options.

Videos of Suggested Accessories for 2013 Bugaboo Donkey Stroller

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