Summary: Jag ska vara ärlig och säga att jag inte trivdes speciellt bra med den här vagnen. Visst är den liten och smidig, men inte så mycket mindre att det är värt att göra avkall på de grejer som jag tycker saknas på denna vagn. Men i grund och botten handlar det om att denna vagn inte passar våra behov. Den gör sig allra bäst på shopping och som bilvagn men vi har ingen bil och shoppar inte speciellt ofta.
Excerpt: There’s a lot to like about the Bee. It’s lightweight, easy to carry, stable, and has an extra-large hood
Pros: Seat is easy to recline, Stroller is easy to fold and carry, Easy to turn and push over pavement, grass, sand, and cobblestone, Handlebar is comfortable, Stable—The stroller is unlikely to tip backwards unless the handlebars are loaded with more than 60 pounds, Brakes are easy to lock and unlock, Baby harness is fairly simple to use
Cons: Not very easy to unfold, Not easy to push over rocky surfaces or uneven terrain, Difficult to maneuver
Excerpt: The beloved Bugaboo Bee has had a makeover, boosting its appeal as a stylish urban buggy to now include some great extra practical features. So, from the Dutch company known for innovation and design, are the extra features worth it and how do they work? Bugaboo launched the original Bee in 2007, and has now relaunched it in 2010. A perceived downfall of the original compact Bee was that some children had outgrown it by the age of 2.
Pros: Easy steering and pushing even with one hand, amazing sun canopy, grows with your child, rear and forward facing seat
Cons: Can be expensive if you get carried away with accessories
Bugaboo Bee: The New, Most Compact Bugaboo Stroller
The Best Baby Strollers
18 March 2009
Excerpt: The Bugaboo Bee is a compact, nimble, one-piece fold, infant-to-toddler travel system, that modern dads are going to go ga-ga over… at least that is the takeaway message of The Bugaboo Dance , a film created to launch the company’s latest stroller. "Based on feedback from retailers and consumers, parents have been waiting for the Bugaboo Bee, a stroller with Bugaboo functionalities and one-piece fold is a breakthrough.
Excerpt: I have been using my bugaboo chameleon for two weeks. Today, after bundling my 17 pound 5 month old daughter into ... Product Gecko - Red Key FeaturesStroller TypeStandardNumber of SeatsSingle SeatRe... This is the portable stroller in the ultra-lux Bugaboo family of strollers, which includes the Gecko, Frog, and Cameleon. It is their lowest priced, entry level stroller. It has fantastic looks, very euro. It pushes extremely well, and is ultra-smooth.
Excerpt: Product Gecko - Red Key FeaturesStroller TypeStandardNumber of SeatsSingle SeatRe... We researched strollers when I was pregnant with our first child in 2005. We wanted a stroller that we wouldn't ha... So I just recently gave up my beloved Bugaboo Frog in trade for the new Bugaboo Bee. My daughter is now 13 months old, and for so many reasons, this has become the stroller for us.
Summary: If you are after a lightweight, fully reversible stroller that is suitable from newborn and will grow to see your child through to the end of their stroller days then the Bugaboo Bee+ is the stroller for you.
Pros: Lightweight, Generous storage basket under seat, Easily reversible seat, suitable from newborn, Fantastic manoeuvrability
Cons: Basket access restricted in forward facing mode, Hood coverage only standard, sunshade is highly recommended.
Summary: The newly released Bugaboo Bee is a very pleasurable stroller to use. It steers and handles exceptionally well; has an eye catching and unusual appearance; has a superior sun canopy and a large underseat basket with an inventive front access.
Pros: Great steering, Handles different terrain well for a lightweight stroller, Compact one-piece fold, Underseat basket is surprisingly large and accessible from the front of the pram, 4 position recline, suitable for newborns upward, Comfortable seat, Deep double fold sun canopy for excellent sun protection, Good brakes
Cons: Purchasing accessories is somewhat difficult in Australia at the moment, Seat width and height not the largest on the stroller market, The Bee is not really designed for long outdoor walks due to the smaller wheel size, Brakes not as easily accessible as other Bugaboo models, Bugaboo have expensive price tags
Excerpt: : this review is from May 2008 but continues to be one of our most popular posts. If you’re on the hunt for a Bugaboo Bee, then be sure to have a look at our page which is updated with the latest best price available, taking any special offers or discount codes into account. The Bugaboo Bee is what I like to call a ‘grower’.