Bugaboo Cameleon Reviews
Product Type: Bugaboo prams, pushchairs and strollers
Description:Brand: Bugaboo / Type: Standard / Number of Seats: Single Seat / The Bugaboo Cameleon is for parents who don't like to ... more
Bugaboo Cameleon ... compromise, parents who want everything - the latest innovations, the latest materials, the latest brightest colors. This special stroller reflects different personalities when the tailored-fabric colors are mixed and matched with the available base colors. The Bugaboo Cameleon is extremely comfortable and swivel wheels with adjustable suspension. Features: Reclining Back (3 Positions) / Reversible Handle / Adjustable Handle Height
Newest Review: ... checking out your Bugaboo! Yes really it happens all the time! Besides that the Bugaboo is easy to fit together and extremely ... more
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Customer Bugaboo Cameleon Reviews (24)
by - written on 17/09/10 (Very useful, 299 readings)
When it comes to essential baby products, on the top of most people's lists has to be the pushchair. There are literally hundreds of options available to mums and dads out that and frankly, the choice to make can be quite daunting. Walking into a baby store you are literally presented with all types of pushchairs in different colours, with different wheels, different additional options, functions, etc and it's really hard to know what you want in a buggy. For me the choice was a little easier as I knew I wanted a Bugaboo pushchair. I know they are expensive and top of the range but this was going to be a pushchair that I would use for all of my children and so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/09 (Very useful, 362 readings)
When I was pregnant I did the usual trawling around baby shops looking to find the perfect pram or pushchair for my new arrival. There are so many great ones out there these days that it was very hard to make a decision! But we kept coming back to the Bugaboo cameleon, because we loved the way it looked, the way it grows with your child, and the way it was so easy to manouvre. It seemed to have everything! We didn't love the price so much, but we were very lucky to find one for a bargain £499 at Glasgow Pram Centre so we ordered it (honestly that really is a bargain price for this pushchair!). When my baby was very young, this was a great pram. It was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/09 (Very useful, 237 readings)
After looking after my baby cousin everyday for a week, I fell in love with her beautiful pushchair. I took her out for a stroll every afternoon and it was like a dream. She has had this puschair since she was born (she is now 2) and apparantly my aunt won't be buying an upgrade because the pushchair grows with the child. Firstly, the design is lovely, it's classy and stylish. You can also have ifferent colours from pink to black to cream, there are a lot to choose from. I also found out the covers are washable after my cousin had a rather large accident, it was really easy to clean so this pushchair is ideal for the busy mums. The Bugaboo has two ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/09 (Very useful, 960 readings)
I totally love my Bugaboo and is my favourite item i own! I am a pushchair addict and have had over 15 pushchairs but the bugaboo ended my pushchair addiction. I cannot compare it to any other pushchair i have owned as it is in a class of its own. It is extremely expensive at around £700 but can be used for 3/4 years and if you can afford it is worth the money. I first fell in love with the design of the bugaboo, it looks different from any other pushchair i have seen and is very stylish. It comes with removable covers which can be changed over with different colours. I have bright pink which is great for a girl and always gets loads of comments. I love it in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/08 (Very useful, 196 readings)
Although the Bugaboo Cameleon is rather expensive (around £700 with the Maxi Cosi car seat) it is well worth the money! It is the easiest pram to collapse and put back up when going out shopping, just press a couple of buttons and hey presto it fits in your car!! The other benefit from the Cameleon is that when your baby is big enough to go into the pushchair, all you have to store is some material, not a bulky pram section. This is because the material for the puschair fits onto the same frame that the pram uses. There are lots of colours to choose from for both the base part of the pram and stroller as well as the hood and top parts. ... Read the complete review
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