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3 Exciting New Releases for Bugaboo Strollers

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Although there are a lot of great strollers out there, Bugaboo is the “it” stroller for top-of-the-line luxury — from buttery smooth maneuverability to innovative and convenient stroller features. And, of course, they have such sleek, modern style — especially attractive for urbanites.

And Bugaboo recently released three exciting new releases:

1. Special Summer 2013 Collection

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All of the Bugaboo models — the Cameleon, Bee, and Donkey — will come in these retro-cool fabrics, channeling a 50s vibe. The mix of vibrant colors and graphic stripes will definitely help you stand out in the Bugaboo crowd.

You can buy the Special Colors 2013 kits and add them to your current strollers (ranging from $69 to $180).

Expect to see more about their special collection once summer creeps closer.

2. Bugaboo Special Edition Stroller, Giggle Exclusive

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If you’re in the market for a Bugaboo stroller immediately (and it can’t wait for their upcoming summer 2013 collection), luckily this sleek, chic, grey/off-white Special Edition Bugaboo Cameleon 3 is now available EXCLUSIVELY at Giggle, $979.

3. Introducing the BUGABOO BUFFALO

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buffalo stroller

Bugaboo is known for the unique animal names that they give their strollers (Bee, Cameleon, Donkey, and the now-defunct Frog), and they’re adding one more to their fleet:

The Buffalo.

Dubbed their “all-terrain” stroller (although their Cameleon and Donkey are pretty fantastic in any terrain), this stroller was specifically designed for the outdoorsy family — with a high seat and multiple storage options.

The Buffalo will debut on March 15, but only in Europe — moving over to Australia and New Zealand in summer 2013. No word yet on when we can expect the Buffalo state side.

See more photos of the Bugaboo Buffalo on Bugaboo’s Facebook page.

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