Excerpt: I was unimpressed with this Bugaboo Bee Stroller. It really bummed me out because I thought it was such an adorable stroller. I loved the shade of pink it came in! I found a good deal and decide to go for it.
Excerpt: We love this stroller. We have had it since my now two and a half year old was born. We live in New York City and so we needed a stroller that was small enough to take down a crowded and narrow grocery store aisle but durable enough to be used for long walks multiple times per day in heat, rain and...
Excerpt: The stroller has a learning curve to get used to, but once you learn how to use it properly it is very quick to open and close and.DesignThe Bugaboo is a lovely object to look at, and a nicely functioning stroller too.
FABULOUS...had for 18months and never regretted buying it!
Wendy F, Made for Mums
12 March 2012
Summary: This is in adittion to my previous review... I've now have this buggy over 20months and have used it every day. We go walking with it, drag it along the beach, and have travelled the UK and abroad with it.
Pros: The durability is fantastic, as I said this has been our only buggy for every day/ holiday etc for almost 2 years and fabfics are like new when washed, hardly any wear, the brightly coloured hood has not faded and it's a breeze to push and fold. My 64yr old mum - who has a phobia of folding buggy...
Cons: As with my first review all I can say is the cost is a down side, and accessories are expensive, but they last and look fab. Everything we bought is still in tip top condition. There was a recall on the Bee Plus last year, but these issues have been dealt with and we found when the pram is empty ...
Summary: I borrowed this buggy to use with my toddler when visiting a friend who had just had a baby. Perhaps for her new born it was ok, but i found it very clumbsy and unstable to use with my toddler. It was not easy to change from rear to forward facing.
Pros: forward and rear facing, from birth to 4 years.
Cons: fiddly to change from forward to rear facing. Could not manage to change the back rest height to use the hood for my toddler or adjust the seat. felt like a wonky trolley when pushing it. Very unstable to get up onto the kerb when crossing the road or getting into shops. Not easy to push at all. ...
a true one handed push, the Bugaboo Bee, what i really needed
21 January 2011
Excerpt: The idea that Bugaboos fold in two pieces always turned me off of Bugaboo. But when a great deal on a Bugaboo Bee popped up I couldn't resist asking questions. I quickly learned that it not only folds in one piece but it has a reversible seat too so I snatched it up.