Redsbaby Skip2 vs Bugaboo Dragonfly: Which to Choose?

Choosing the right pram for your child is an important decision for parents. It’s an investment that impacts daily life, child’s comfort, and safety.

In this article, we will compare two popular prams – the Redsbaby Skip2 and the Bugaboo Dragonfly.

We will delve into their features, benefits, and differences, helping you make an informed decision about which pram is the right choice for you and your family.

Before diving into the details, we recommend you compare the Bugaboo Dragonfly with other models using the Bugaboo comparison table.

Redsbaby Skip2 Stroller

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The Redsbaby Skip2 Stroller is a lightweight, compact pram suitable from birth up to 4 years of age.

The pram is ultra-compact, making it suitable for air travel as it can be taken onboard an aeroplane as cabin luggage.

It is designed with a lay-flat seat, making it suitable for newborns. However, it is not suitable for twins or children of different ages as it cannot accommodate two children.

Bugaboo Dragonfly Pram

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The Bugaboo Dragonfly Pram features an innovative one-hand fold feature, allowing it to fold in one piece with the seat or bassinet. It offers a spacious under-seat basket and an expandable rear pocket for storage.

The pram also boasts a smooth strolling experience with precision steering, full suspension, and high-performance urban wheels.

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Redsbaby Skip vs Bugaboo Dragonfly: Key Similarities

Both prams are designed with a focus on compactness and ease of use, making them suitable for travel and city living.

They both offer easy folding mechanisms and are lightweight for easy manoeuvrability. Both prams also come with storage options.

Also, both prams have seats that only face outward, which may be a disadvantage for parents who want to keep an eye on their child.

Redsbaby Skip vs Bugaboo Dragonfly: Key Differences

Folding Mechanism

While both prams offer easy folding, the Bugaboo Dragonfly features a patented one-hand fold mechanism that allows it to fold in one piece with the seat or bassinet. This feature is particularly useful when you need to keep one hand free.

On the other hand, the Redsbaby Skip2 requires two hands for folding and unfolding.


The Bugaboo Dragonfly Pram offers a more flexible storage system with an XL underseat basket that can hold up to 10 kg of supplies and an expandable rear pocket that can move to the front, back, or handlebar. The Redsbaby Skip2 has an underseat basket capacity of 5 kg.

Weight and Size

If you’re after a small and lightweight pram, the Skip2 might be your best bet. It weighs 7.1 kg with the seat attached and has a folded size of 60,750 cubic cm.

The Bugaboo Dragonfly has a weight starting from 7.9 kg and a folded size of 168,480 cubic cm.


The Bugaboo Dragonfly Pram is made with high-quality bio-based material, reducing its footprint by 21% more than if it was made using conventional plastics. This aligns with Bugaboo’s commitment to reach a net zero future by 2035.


The Redsbaby Skip2 is suitable for newborns up to four years old, with a weight capacity of up to 20kg.

On the other hand, the Bugaboo Dragonfly is suitable for children aged six months to four years old, with a weight capacity of up to 22kg. However, it can be used for newborns too with the optional bassinet.

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Fabric Care

The Bugaboo Dragonfly has the added advantage of having all fabrics machine washable at 30°C, making it easier to keep clean. The Skip 2 requires sponge cleaning with a mild detergent.

Handlebar Height

The Redsbaby Skip2 has a fixed handlebar height of 100cm. On the other hand, the Bugaboo Dragonfly offers an adjustable handlebar height ranging from 98cm to 105cm.

This feature of the Dragonfly provides added flexibility and can accommodate parents or caregivers of different heights, making it a more comfortable option for families where multiple people will be using the pram.

Capsule Compatibility

The Bugaboo Dragonfly is compatible with the Bugaboo Turtle by Nuna car seat. As far as we can see, the Skip 2 doesn’t have any compatible capsules.


The Redsbaby Skip2 comes with a three-year warranty (with product registration), providing parents with peace of mind that they can rely on the pram for years to come. The Bugaboo Dragonfly comes with a two-year international warranty.


Choosing between the Redsbaby Skip2 Stroller and the Bugaboo Dragonfly Pram will depend on your specific needs and preferences.

If you value a more flexible storage system and sustainability, the Bugaboo Dragonfly may be the better choice.

However, if you’re looking for a pram that’s highly praised for its light weight and easy manoeuvrability, and specifically designed for air travel, the Redsbaby Skip could be the one for you.

Ultimately, the choice between these two prams will depend on each family’s individual needs and preferences. We hope this comparison has provided parents with the information they need to make the best decision for their family.