Bumbleride Era vs. Nuna Mixx Next | Stroller Comparison
If you’re looking for a single stroller that can keep up with your family’s day-to-day life, it’s likely that you’re comparing the 2020 Nuna Mixx Next and Bumbleride Era. These strollers are excellent for families who are looking to strike a balance between utility and size. If jogging or all-terrain strollers seem too bulky or intense for your purposes but you still need a stroller that you won’t have to worry about taking wherever you go, these will both be great for you!
While both strollers can be used as robust travel systems, they do each have unique features that make them slightly different and suited to different lifestyles.
What Features do the Two Strollers Share?
Both strollers are ideal for families with one child of strolling age since they can hold only one seat, however there are ride along board attachments available that are compatible with both Nuna and Bumbleride and allow a second child to hitch a ride on the back of the stroller.
Both the Nuna Mixx Next and Bumbleride Era feature reversible toddler seats that can be reclined fully for use with newborn babies right from day one. The flat position achieved by fully reclining the seats allows you to stroll with the newest addition to your family without having to fuss with any separate infant inserts or supports.
The sun canopies both offer UPF protection and ample shade for your little one. Pull-out sun visors extend the shade offered by the canopies for early morning or evening strolls when the sun is low.
Both strollers offer large wheels and suspension for a smooth ride even on broken sidewalk and uneven terrain and can be pushed with one hand for easy maneuvering. The suspension and wheel design make both strollers suited to city and suburban lifestyles. Both strollers also have a standing stow option when folded to fit better in small spaces.
The Bumbleride Era is a utilitarian stroller that is very focused on ethical manufacturing and eco friendly construction. Its fabrics are made from 100% recycled PET plastics and are naturally water repellent. All fabrics used for the Bumbleride Era are OEKO-TEX certified free from harmful chemicals. They are free from fire retardants, lead, phthalates, BPA, polyurethane foam, PVC, formaldehyde, chlorine and many more harmful chemicals.
The plastic components of the stroller are made from 25% recycled ocean plastics. The handlebar is made from all-natural cork that is non-toxic, anti-microbial, durable, and sustainable. The cork material makes the handle naturally waterproof and ergonomic.
The Bumbleride Era has air filled tires which give it an extra cushioned push over rough terrain, but tire maintenance would be a concern and you could get a flat tire.
The seat of the stroller is also larger than that of the Nuna Mixx Next, and can comfortably accommodate a larger child.
Nuna Mixx Next
The Nuna Mixx Next is a chic designer stroller that has similar functionality to the Bumbleride Era. With more tailored fabrics, leatherette details, and fashion-conscious colors, it is sure to turn heads.
Featuring a mesh summer seat and removable seat liner, the Nuna Mixx Next will keep your little one more breezy and comfortable during hot summer strolls and cozy during the winter. The fabrics are also softer and more gentle on baby’s sensitive skin. The wheels of the Nuna Mixx Next are foam filled so you never have to worry about punctures or flat tires when out strolling.
The Nuna Mixx Next folds smaller than the Bumbleride Era, with an innovative folding technology that tucks the rear axle underneath the frame for a more compact fold.
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