This $1500 stroller is specially designed to take your toddler out for night walks


Morning strolls for babies are great, but if you’re a night owl wanting your little ones to gaze up at twinkling stars and galaxies (just like you do), here’s what you need to buy! Presenting the super-lush, built-in for the dark- Bugaboo Fox Stellar Complete stroller, that much like it’s middle name is made for strolling, rolling and galivanting in the dark!

A celeb’s delight, Bugaboo has been the go-to name for baby buggies, for those who can afford it ofcourse! The Brand’s latest edition has taken it up a notch with a design that features a reflective chassis, wheel caps, and zippers, each showcasing the Scotchlite reflective technology for better visibility. This means that your moonpie and you are danger-free even on midnight strolls! The buggy further features a covered, weather-proof under seat basket and a high-performance rain cover with reflective strips for beating unpredictable weather blues at best.

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Another one of the Bugaboo Fox’s worthy features is a reclining, reversible seat that can face either direction, meaning better agility for your little one. The luxe stroller can fold-in in one go and is sturdy enough for all-terrains, all thanks to its effective suspension technology. Eye-catching midnight blue fabrics with a steel blue lining, a black chassis, rugged black wheels and grey faux leather grips- that and more is what your Bugaboo Fox stroller entails for $1449 (plus taxes)!

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[Available at:Strolleria]

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