Ickle Bubba Discovery Max Stroller | Lightweight Portable Pushchair | from 6 Months to 4 Years | UPF 50 Hood, Rain Cover,


  • ONE-HANDED 3 POSITION SEAT RECLINE: Baby stroller suitable from 6 months to 22kg. 4 years old; features luxury soft quilted seat liner, footmuff, cupholder, and rain cover
  • UPF 50+ RATED ADJUSTABLE HOOD: Includes a peekaboo window to keep an eye on the little one; extendable hood-UPF rated-to protect against the sun's harmful rays and inclement weather
  • LIGHTWEIGHT DESIGN WITH COMPACT FOLD TECHNOLOGY: Easy to transport, aluminum frame is lightweight and portable-weighs only 7kg; folds compact for storage in small places; carry strap and leather shoulder pad included
  • 4 WHEEL SUSPENSION FOR A SMOOTH RIDE: Front and rear suspension keeps the tot comfortable when riding over all terrains, travel system compatible with one-click seat attachment
  • STYLE AND COMFORT: Leatherette handle and gate opening bumper bar for easy access; includes roomy bottom basket for storage
  • SAFETY STRAPS: 3 shoulder height positions for added comfort and support


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Product Description

Big style for lit­tle peo­ple! the ick­le bub­ba dis­cov­ery stroller is per­fect for every­day adven­tures, whether that be tak­ing the kids to school, shop­ping with fam­i­ly and friends or trav­el­ling abroad. suit­able from 6 months to 22kg, this com­pact stroller only weighs an impres­sive 7kg and is packed full of enhanced fea­tures designed to make par­ent­ing eas­i­er. a one-hand­ed seat recline, gate open­ing bumper bar and large extend­able hood with view­ing win­dow are just a few to men­tion with this super styl­ish every­day stroller. com­plete with rain cov­er, extend­able upf 50 hood, shop­ping bas­ket, cup hold­er, lux­u­ry soft quilt­ed seat lin­er and foot­muff for extra com­fort and support.

Box Contains

1 x Dis­cov­ery Stroller, 1 x Lux­u­ry soft quilt­ed seat lin­er, 1 x Foot­muff, 1 x Cup hold­er, 1 x Rain Cov­er, 1 x User Guide

From the manufacturer

Discover Ickle Bubba

Ick­le Bub­ba is a brand deter­mined to make par­ent­ing eas­i­er by under­stand­ing the needs of parents.

We cre­ate styl­ish prod­ucts ready for the demands of mod­ern fam­i­ly life and the many adven­tures you and your baby will experience.

Big Style for Little People

The Ick­le Bub­ba Dis­cov­ery stroller is per­fect for every­day adven­tures, whether that be tak­ing the kids to school, shop­ping with fam­i­ly and friends or trav­el­ling abroad. Suit­able from 6 months to 22kg (approx. 4 years old), this com­pact stroller only weighs an impres­sive 7KG and is packed full of enhanced fea­tures designed to make par­ent­ing eas­i­er. A one-hand­ed seat recline, gate open­ing bumper bar and large extend­able hood with view­ing win­dow are just a few to men­tion with this super styl­ish every­day stroller. Com­plete with rain cov­er, extend­able UPF 50 hood and stor­age bas­ket for all your shop­ping needs.

Key Information
  • Suit­able from 6 months to 22kg (approx. 4 years old)
  • Upright dimen­sions: 106cm x 49cm x 75cm
  • Fold­ed dimen­sions: 26cm x 28cm x 107cm
  • Weight: 7kg
  • Dis­cov­ery Max range includes all stan­dard Dis­cov­ery fea­tures plus a lux­u­ry soft quilt­ed seat lin­er, foot­muff, cup hold­er and rain cov­er
  • Dis­cov­ery Prime range includes all Dis­cov­ery Max fea­tures plus a bug­gy organ­is­er and stor­age bag

Built to Last, Secure and Convenient

Key Features

  • Light­weight alu­mini­um frame with car­ry han­dle and one hand­ed 3 posi­tion recline fea­ture.
  • Large extend­able UPF 50 hood to pro­tect from harm­ful sun rays with ven­ti­lat­ed roll up fab­rics to help keep cool in warm weath­er.
  • Front and rear sus­pen­sion for a smoother ride with lock­able front swiv­el wheels to use on bumpy ter­rain.
  • Gate open­ing bumper bar for easy access in and out of the stroller.
  • Styl­ish leatherette tan han­dles and leg rest — easy to wipe clean.
  • Full length pro­tec­tive rain cov­er includ­ed to keep dry in the rain. Spa­cious stor­age bas­ket for all shop­ping needs and a handy stor­age pouch to hold essen­tial every­day items.
  • Adjustable leg rest for lie flat and adven­ture modes. Hood view­ing win­dow — great for keep­ing an eye on your lit­tle one with­out any dis­tur­bance.
  • Ful­ly adjustable safe­ty straps with 3 shoul­der height posi­tions for added com­fort and sup­port. Com­pact fold tech­nol­o­gy mak­ing it easy for stor­age and trans­porta­tion.

Everything You Need for a Busy Lifestyle





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Additional information

Weight 7 kg
Dimensions 75 × 49 × 106 cm
Model Number


Product Dimensions

75 x 49 x 106 cm; 7 Kilograms

Item model number


Target gender


Material Type


Number of Items



Discovery Max

Batteries Required



Forward Facing

Harness type

5 Point

Seating capacity


Handlebar height range

106 Centimetres

Tire Diameter


Folded size

26 x 28 x 107 cm

Item Weight

7 kg



Date First Available

13 May 2018


Ickle Bubba


  1. Mr. R. D. Gilbert

    Best stroller of 2018This stroller is by far the best one in both prac­ti­cal­i­ty and style. After look­ing at many strollers over the past two weeks at moth­er­care, mama & papas and Cosat­to, this one is per­fect. We did pur­chase a cosat­to supa2 mini mer­maid lim­it­ed edi­tion from very, it was a com­plete let­down, the build qual­i­ty was appalling, the seat was com­plete­ly imprac­ti­cal as our lit­tle 14-month-old would bear­ly fit in the seat, and the foot­muff was too short! After issues with returns from very and cus­tomer ser­vices a lit­tle rude to my part­ner when explain­ing the issues, we final­ly got a refund after 7 days, we prompt­ly pur­chased the Ick­le Bub­ba Dis­cov­ery with foot­muff from ama­zon, know­ing that any issues, returns would be sim­ple and pleas­ant! The foot­muff has plen­ty of room, enough to see us through the win­ter months till March, the colour is amaz­ing and the rose gold frame real­ly accen­tu­ates the qual­i­ty. Very easy to put togeth­er and for the price, oth­er strollers cost­ing £300+ are not as good at this. I would high­ly rec­om­mend this prod­uct and this com­pa­ny over all oth­ers. The mar­ket for strollers is very poor com­pared to prams but the Ick­le Bub­ba Dis­cov­ery is a front run­ner for change. A++

  2. Samuel Mass­er

    Expen­sive Trash.I review my pur­chased prod­ucts hon­est­ly and to the best of my abil­i­ty. This is to ensure oth­er cus­tomers get as much knowl­edge pri­or to purchase.Moving for­ward. This item does not even meet the high stan­dards you would expect for its price.Far from easy to fold!!There is next to no com­fort or flex­i­bil­i­ty to this pushchair. Wheels do not steer straight mak­ing it increas­ing­ly dif­fi­cult to steer.The most inef­fec­tive close, open mech­a­nism ever seen. There are plen­ty of oth­er bug­gies cheap­er that are more than like­ly bet­ter qual­i­ty. Very dis­ap­point­ed in this product.Update 12th Feb­ru­ary­This bug­gy has pro­vid­ed noth­ing but frus­tra­tion. Hon­est­ly do not buy. It has resis­tance bear­ings which just resist to yu push­ing mak­ing it dif­fi­cult up hill. For the extra bit of mon­ey buy some­thing bet­ter do not make the same mis­take I have

  3. Ani­ta

    What I thought was a lit­tle black markI would­n’t rec­om­mend this to any­one since the day I took it out the box there was a lit­tle black mark under the hood I cleaned it of think­ing maybe abit of dust then a cou­ple of day lat­er when I went to use it again the hood was cov­ered in mold I was con­fused I don’t real­ly use it am a car mum I only use it if am going for cof­fee with friends ect and my child has nev­er ate on is I have cleaned it a cou­ple of time with ideas of web­sites how to clean it but no it comes back worse

  4. Ama­zon Customer

    Mouldy hoodThis pushchair came well pack­aged but on open­ing it I noticed that the hood has black mould on it

  5. FK UK

    All hype zero per­for­manceAfter real­ly try­ing cou­ple of oth­er brands, I switched to this one look­ing for stur­dy, durable, com­fort­able bug­gy for my son was going to start Pre-school which is like 5 minute walk. How­ev­er, with just 3 days back and forth to school, the front wheels start­ed to behave fun­ny and won’t turn. There is noth­ing wrong from out­side, I guess the mechan­ics is not work­ing on nor­mal road sur­face. It is such huge DISAPPOINTMENT and so much WASTE of time. This one is also not use­able for reg­u­lar nor­mal use, it might score high on looks but zero on per­for­mance. No I have to look for anoth­er one…

  6. tim mad­den

    Nice qual­i­ty look­ing pram with some minor draw­backsThis is a love­ly look­ing stroller and is very com­fy for my daugh­ter. It is nice that it comes with the rain cov­er and foot muff.The rain cov­er fits per­fect­ly and is nice and easy to fit.The foot muff is easy to install but makes it even more dif­fi­cult to ful­ly fold the stroller down.The hood is very gen­er­ous­ly sized and offers real­ly good rain/sun cov­er on its own. It also has the win­dow to view your child to see if they are sleep­ing which is very handy indeed. I have 2 com­plaints about the stroller 1 — The han­dles can­not be adjust­ed. As I am 6′3″ this means it can be a bit awk­ward push­ing the pram and i end up kick­ing the wheels quite a lot. 2 — Fold­ing the stroller is a bit fid­dly and requires a bit of force and is made even worse when the foot muff is zipped on. The strug­gle is get­ting the catch to ful­ly engage with the pin, It requires quite a bit of force to ful­ly fold down.

  7. Aure­lia Susma

    I regret buy­ing this prod­uctI received the stroller this week and I only used it yes­ter­day for a walk with my 11 months old baby boy. I was so dis­ap­point­ed that I start­ed to cry, the stroller seems unse­cured when push­ing, the arms are wobbly…in addi­tion to that, when I walk my feet are touch­ing the rear wheels which is extreme­ly uncom­fort­able (I am 162cm tall)… Anoth­er dis­ap­point­ing fac­tor when push­ing, is that the bag­gy bends on the right a lot and with my entire hon­esty I am telling you that my right hand it hurts a lot because of that. I pur­chase this prod­uct, after I reviewed feed­back on the Ama­zon, and thought that is what I need such : my baby can stand straight as in a chair, but he does­n’t, because is not heavy and I can car­ry it up and down the stairs when need­ed because I suf­fer from pan­ic attacks and I cant take lifts..probably £179 are lost and I have start­ed using my old stroller because it is impos­si­ble for me to push the new and uncom­fort­able bug­gy… This is my 2nd and I hope last bad review regard­ing a pur­chased prod­uct … I am ter­ri­bly sor­ry but this is the true!!!

  8. mr matthew gilbert

    you pay more for lessIf i paid £10 less I would have got the foot muff and seat lin­er includ­ed (i did­n’t see this at time of pur­chase) I need them but they don’t sell them sep­a­rate. Iv now used the pushchair so I cant exchange the item.

  9. Loft_dweller

    Real­ly good qual­i­ty bug­gyHad this now about 2 months and find it real­ly easy to use. Only request would be for the han­dles to be adjustable so as eas­i­er for taller peo­ple but it’s a good handy bug­gy for what I wanted.We have the V4 sys­tem as well and had this from birth of our lit­tle girl so knew the brand.It’s a real­ly good alter­na­tive to the high­er end brands with the same options of easy one hand fold, one hand recline, cup hold­er and cosy toes but at a much more rea­son­able price.

  10. NK

    Ok but has faults aplen­tyNice com­pact lit­tle push chair with cou­ple of neg­a­tives. As a push­er of six feet plus, I find the han­dles too short, caus­ing me to stoop for­ward and con­stant­ly kick the back of the pram. Con­se­quent­ly I can­not push for long peri­ods with­out hav­ing back­ache. Also there is no sun screen, so when fac­ing the sun, baby has to be pro­tect­ed from glare by drap­ing blan­ket over the open face, which is not ideal.AAARRGGHH stop press. Rud­dy thing has now devel­oped shop­ping trol­ley syn­drome. It has tak­en to going where on earth it likes. Less and less impressed

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