FAQ - Bugaboo Ant
You can buy the Bugaboo Ant in the Bugaboo stores (Amsterdam and Berlin), in our webshop and through retailers. To find the closest retail location near you please use the retail locator.
The Bugaboo Ant chassis, wheels and seat weighs in total 7.2 kg/15.87 lbs.
The folded dimensions for the Bugaboo Ant are: 23 (L) x 38 (W) x 55 (H) cm - 9.06 (L) x 14.96 (W) x 21.65 (H) inch The unfolded width dimension of the Bugaboo Ant is: 40.8 cm - 16.06 inch The unfolded dimensions, in lowest handlebar position are: 95 (H) x 40.8 (W) x 97 (L) cm The unfolded dimensions, in highest handlebar position are: 102 (H) x 40.8 (W) x 97 (L) cm The folded dimensions, including all wheels, are: 55 (H) x 40.8 (W) x 23 (L) cm The folded dimensions, excluding rear wheels, are: 55 (H) x 38 (W) x 23 (L) cm
Accessible baskets up to 8 kg: under seat basket up to 3 kg and rear luggage basket up to 5 kg.
The handlebar can be adjusted and used in two positions: 95 cm / 37.4 inch and 104 cm / 40.9 inch
Yes, the Bugaboo Ant is suitable from birth. You can use the Bugaboo Bee cocoon for extra comfort and protection.
The Bugaboo Ant is suitable from birth up to 22 kg / 50 lbs.
The Bugaboo Ant in its most compact fold (23 x 38 x 55) fits within IATA standard. This standard is used by most airlines for cabin luggage sizes. However, depending on the airline, cabin luggage standards may vary. Therefore, we recommend checking with your chosen airline before traveling.
No, you have to take the adapters off in order to fold the Bugaboo Ant.
The height of the Bugaboo Ant backrest when fully extended is 56 cm / 22 in The lowest height of the back rest is 41 cm / 16.1 inch
The Bugaboo Ant is a travel stroller. Weight and compact fold are very important elements of a travel stroller. A carry handle would not allow the compact fold or add up to the weight of the stroller.
Yes, for the Comfort Wheeled Board and the Bugaboo cupholder.
Yes, the following accessories are specifically designed for the Bugaboo Ant: Bugaboo Ant Rain Cover Bugaboo Ant Organizer Bugaboo Ant Compact Footmuff Bugaboo Ant car seat adapter Bugaboo Ant Transport bag
The following accessories can be used in combination with the Bugaboo Ant: Bugaboo Bee Cocoon Bugaboo Cupholder Bugaboo Comfort wheeled board Bugaboo Organizer Bugaboo Comfort & Compact transport bag.
Yes, the ‘footrest’ also functions as a self stand.
The technology, as the foundation of the stroller, is integrated in the rear frame. We have added some design and technology details to the Ant and placed it under the side panels. These details are at the foundation of this travel stroller, to support the suspension and the folding mechanism. Besides being a central part of how this stroller works, we made the side panels customizable, so that you can choose which color matches your stroller best.
No, the top handlebar should always be fully extended, if the top handlebar is not in the correct position 2 red indicators will be visible.
The seat has 5 recline options which are 3 facing parent and 2 facing world, you cannot fully recline the seat, in facing world position.
As this stroller was designed for travel, we needed to be sure that this stroller was light and compact. To ensure that we were not adding more weight we decided not to add the footrest facing parent.
Make sure you rotate the handle bar (rubber/plastic part) upwards, aligned with the metal parts. Then push the entire handle bar and telescope part down. When the telescope in entirely integrated, you can fold the upper part and create a compact ‘box’. No pressure needs to be used to integrate and fold the telescope and handle bar.
When the seat of the Bugaboo Ant is fully reclined in ‘facing world’ position the weight of the seat and child will not be in balance. To ensure the ideal stability and safety, this seat position was not added to this stroller.
Yes, this is intentional. The Bugaboo Ant has a firm backbone structure, therefore we need to make sure that we are providing the best support possible in this travel stroller. That's why the fabric might look a bit loose.
Please visit our Bugaboo Ant YouTube channel that hosts supporting videos on how to use the features of this stroller.