As of Fall 2016, Nuna will offer a car seat for every-sized kid. The Bugaboo Cameleon will go ombre, while the Bugaboo Donkey will come with a matching handbag. And Baby Jogger will release a stroller so small that it fits in an airplane's overhead storage bin.
Read on to learn more about the new products coming in September and October to Strolleria: the Nuna RAVA convertible car seat, Nuna AACE booster seat, Bugaboo Cameleon3 Elements, Bugaboo Donkey Weekender and Baby Jogger City Tour.
Want to be the first to know when these products are in stock? Sign up for our email list at the bottom of the page!
For the first time, babies can graduate from the Nuna PIPA infant car seat to another Nuna ride. The brand-new RAVA convertible car seat comfortably grows with your child, between its height-adjustable head support, 10-position recline, and no re-thread, two-position crotch strap.
With a forward-facing weight limit of 65 pounds, a child can ride in a RAVA for years to come. Compared with other car seats, the RAVA also allows kids to spend more time in the safest position, thanks to a rear-facing capacity of 50 pounds and a pop-out leg rest for added comfort.
Installing the RAVA is about as easy as it gets. Beneath the fabric on the bottom of the seat, a door pops open to allow for the car's seat belt to be threaded through and buckled. Close the door, and that's it—the seat won't budge.
The Nuna RAVA comes in four stylish colors: caviar, indigo, berry and slate. But most importantly, it features advanced safety features like an all-steel frame, energy-absorbing foam, side-impact protection pods and a reinforced belt path. Plus, the RAVA comes with two cup holders that tuck away when not in use—and its seat fabric is washable for when the contents of those cups inevitably spill.
Also new from Nuna: the AACE, a booster seat for kids who aren't quite big enough to safely use the seat belts in your car. Designed for kids weighing between 40 and 120 pounds, the AACE can accommodate that big growth spurt. The seat can grow up, grow out and grow on, with a nine-position adjustable headrest and shoulder system that expands along with it, as well as a seat with three depth ranges for leg support. Plus, the back can be removed entirely for older kids and on-the-go travel.
The AACE, which reclines to eight positions, features ventilation panels, built-in arm rests and cup holders, and easy-to-remove, machine-washable fabric. And the AACE does far more than give your kid a boost: Complete side impact protection and energy-absorbing foam help protect her in the event of a crash.
The Bugaboo Donkey Weekender solves that where-do-I-put-my-bag problem: The stroller comes with one. Instead of the shopping basket typically featured on the side of the Donkey, the limited-edition Donkey Weekender features a luggage bag that can be used independently of the stroller. Denim-look fabric and cognac, faux-leather details make this stroller one of the most stylish around.
They don't call it the Donkey for nothing: Between the luggage bag and underseat storage basket, the Donkey can haul 44 pounds (kid not included!) And when the luggage bag is removed, the Donkey can accommodate a second stroller seat or bassinet—available in the same Weekender fabrics.
First, ombre hair. Now, ombre strollers. The limited-edition Bugaboo Cameleon3 Elements takes its inspiration from natural elements, like the sea, wind and rocks. A deep, oceanic blue on the bassinet and back of the stroller seat gradually fades into a melange of three earth-toned colors. Other special touches include a faux-leather handlebar and a quilted seat inlay with a leaf-like pattern that can be reversed to feature one of two colors: soft pink or azure blue. As Bugaboo's original, all-in-one stroller, the Cameleon includes features like a reversible seat and handlebar that combine style with function.
Baby Jogger's City Mini is getting even more mini. The new City Tour weighs just 14.2 pounds and folds to be 30 percent smaller than its closest competitor. This airport-friendly stroller meets international standards for carry-on luggage and comes with a travel bag that can be worn as a backpack. With its multiple recline positions and quick, one-handed fold, the City Tour makes a hectic travel day a little easier on both kids and parents.