We were going to get the icandy strawberry at the baby show, but I'm changing my mind! I really like the Bugaboo bee but don't really like the newborn cocoon (the colours and the shape puts me off lol! I think something more "square" would be better). Has anyone used anything else instead of the bugaboo cocoon with their newborn??
Also thinking about the cameleon, would love to hear what you ladies think of both!
- what would be best for a newborn???
- what lasts longer age wise? The bee looks smaller so thinking children would outgrow it quicker??
- are they worth the price of everything??? The prams are expensive enough and then it's nearly £100 for a coseytoe!
- what is their customer service like??? I hate abismal customer service lol !
i have the cameleon and i love it :-) i like that with the carrycot it looked like a 'proper' pram, and now hes in the upright seat he has got loads of room and i have no plans to get another buggy. its super light, and i can push it one handed round tesco while carrying a basket!! plus it can be parent facing which is nice if i fancy having a chat with him lol :-D
i don't like how the bee looks personally, im not sure what it is, im just not keen
I've got the bee - I love it, it is super light, folds down small. I have only just gotten it so didn't use the cocoon but would with number 2 - I had a 2nd hand mothercare my4 when ollie was born and hated having the bulky seat/pram that had to be stored as well as the chassis - so the bee is good as it folds down as one piece (and also in parent facing mode as some parent facers have to be turned around to fold down)
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