Any bike store or even walmart will carry the tube you need. I replaced all my tubes with thorn resistant ones and added thorn liners haven't got a flat since. Most bike stores will also change out the tubes for a couple of bucks.
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Tyre will be loose on the rim when deflated the problem is Bugaboo don't put a lock nut on the valve stem so it can pop down into the wheel when you try to inflate it with that joke of a pump Bugaboo provide. Best option is to just pop down to your local bike shop. Next best is to go to your local gas station as the valve is the same size as a car valve. Squeeze the tire tightly at the valve stem pushing it out as far as you can so you can fit the air line. Bugaboo recommend 15 psi / 1 Bar this is way to soft and I always inflate to 30 psi / 2 Bar. Try somewhere between the two as it's a compromise between ease of pushing vs softness of ride.
Not a guru on Bertini but most strollers with pneumatic tires use standard tyres and tubes as used on kiddy bikes. I get tyres for Bugaboo's at my local K Mart. The size should be on the side wall of the tyre.
The Bugaboo pump is a plastic joke and a bad one at that. Most Bugaboo's have the same tyre valve as a car and a car foot pump from your auto shop or department store will be cheaper and faster. If you want a more portable pump check out your local bike shop they have far better ones available. Very old Bugaboos have the smaller bicycle valve the newest Bugaboo's now have foam filled tires. Once you've pumped it up check for leaks, just unclip the wheel and stick it in a tub of water. If you have bubbles you need to fix the tube,
There is no air in the tires. They are filled with foam and there is no way to add foam. If you are having a problem with the tires then I suggest you contact the manufacture. You have a 2 year warranty. Here is a link to their website. http://www.bugaboo.com/home
Here is their contact information as copied from their website. Call us toll free: 1-800-460-2922 Email us: email@example.com Fax: (248) 738-6400 By Mail: shop.bugaboo.com 2240 Greer Blvd Sylvan Lake, MI 48320
you have a few choices but if you want a long term fix you are better off getting a new inner tube as once a puncture occurs with the quinny wheels they will carry on doing it but theey are cheap enough to replace via ebay for about £6
if you dont want to replace you will need to remove the rubber wheel from the hub as you would a bike tyre then remove the inner tube pump the tyre up put in water so you can find the hole then fix with a puncture repair kit
if you want to carry on using you can fill the tyres with tyre weld as you would a car they dont puncture and makes the quinny a smother ride
and if all else fails you can buy a used or new pair of wheels from ebay between £15 and £30 hope this helps x
The tyre and inner tube can be removed in the same way as a standard bicycle tyre, you can google how to remove a tyre to get some more advise.
Once you have removed the inner tube, place it in a bowl of water and try to inflate it with the pump. If you see any bubbles escaping from the tube, you have a puncture and will need to repair, again, additional advise can be found online or talk with your local bike shop for direct advise on how to do this.
If you see no bubbles you need to check that air is not escaping from the pump, if its broken then it will just vent the air as soon as you put it in.
Call or email the company. I had the same problem and they sent me a new inner tube for free b/c my stroller was still under warranty (yours should be too). I took the new tube and the stroller to a bike shop where they finished the repair for me for $5.