Empire State Green - Ergobaby Metro + Deluxe

Empire State Green - Ergobaby Metro + Deluxe

Desert Taupe - Bugaboo Butterfly

Regular Price £419.00 Special Price £377.00

We price match

The Bugaboo Butterfly Pushchair in Desert Taupe is made for high-paced city life with a one-second fold and an ultra-compact design. You and your growing baby can now explore the streets together in style.

In stock

With the Butterfly’s one-second fold, you can quickly venture down the stairs, onto the train, through the shops or to wherever the city leads you.

The Butterfly weighs only 7.3kg but it’s strong enough to hold a large little one and a full load of groceries. The pushchair compacts down and features a strap for hands-free carrying so you can walk with your little one holding your hand and have the butterfly over your shoulder.

Butterfly can be tucked away almost anywhere under tables, in hallways, on the train, in cars and even in overhead compartments for when you go on family holidays. It has been certified for air travel by the International Air Transport Association.

The optional Bumper Bar easily attaches to your Butterfly and gives your little one extra comfort while they grow to create a safe and comfortable forcefield everywhere you go.

The Bugaboo Butterfly is compatible with multiple car seats so you can take your little ones from the car to the park with ease. Easily attach your car seat to the stroller frame with the Butterfly car seat adapters (available separately).

More Information


  • pushchair weight
    7.3 kg
  • Age range
    6 months – approx. 4 years old (max 22 kg/50 lbs)


  • Wheels
    Front wheels: 11.9 cm/4.7 in-Rear wheels: 15.2 cm/6 in
  • Handlebar height
    102.4 cm
  • One hand recline


  • On the seat
    22 kg
  • In the underseat basket
    8 kg


  • Most compact fold (IATA compatible)
    45 x 23 x 54 cm


  • In use, leg rest folded away
    92.5 x 45 x 102.4 cm


Write Your Own Review
Only registered users can write reviews. Please Sign in or create an account

No Related Posts