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Bugaboo Cameleon


$900.00 Released January, 2005

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Very lightweight. Easy to handle. Stylish.

The Cons:Expensive. Not that many improvements over Frog.

The Bugaboo Cameleon Stroller is designed to be ultra flexible allowing the parent to use one product for multiple purposes released as the successor in 2005 to the popular Bugaboo Frog that was originally release in the US in 2002.

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Most notable the Cameleon adds an adjustable handle, 30 color options, and shocks for the wheels. The chassis is a solid, lightweight aluminum and comes with four tires, two adjustable swivel wheels, two rugged. The Bugaboo Cameleon Stroller has a see through rain cover that is shaped to make the entire stroller look like a crouching bee, base bassinet fabric for the bassinet function of the stroler, base canvas seat fabric, an eight pound underseat bag and a mosquito net. The stroller comes with a range of colors in one tailored fabric set. The product comes with a 2-year warranty and an instructional DVD/User guide. The handlebar is reversible, the total weight of the stroller is 20lbs and the seat can be used independently from the chassis. The Cameleon has an MSRP of $900.

Features

  • Reversible seat/bassinet
  • Aluminum chassis
  • Reversible handlebar
  • 2-wheel position for sand & snow
  • 3-position tilting seat
  • Adjustable swivel wheel suspension
  • Mattress with aerated inlay
  • Adaptable to car seats
  • 2 swivel and 2 fixed all-terrain foam-filled wheels
  • Water repellent sun canopy
  • All fabrics machine washable

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Pros
  • 3

    Very lightweight

  • 3

    Easy to handle

  • 3

    Stylish

  • 3

    Many color options - more than previous generation Frog

  • 2

    Shocks on the wheels

  • 2

    Includes bassinet and toddler seat

  • 1

    Adjustable-length handle

  • 1

    Folds very flat

Cons
  • 1

    Expensive

  • 1

    Not that many improvements over Frog

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