Pros: Great maneuverability, simple to accommodate diverse configurations, responsive and smooth steering
Now to be fair, even if packed , this stroller is still fairly bulky. But I'll wager you also would consider purchasing another following years spent with your initial.
In terms of child comfort, this stroller is hard to beat. The bassinet is heavy, softly cushioned, and can continue to keep a baby warm and protected from the sun. The chair tilts to varying places to allow a youngster to bend for a rest or sit when they want to view everything about them.
(And by the way, that's the ideal spelling, not"chameleon" like,y'understand the chameleon.) But when our Bugaboo Cameleon finally broke after almost exactly four decades of daily usage, suppose what stroller we bought to replace it? Another Bugaboo.
While I say simplicity of use, I mean two things. To begin with, it is very easy to maneuver, responding deftly even as you browse tight ends, trundle up or downhill, or push your stroller's foam-filled tires over demanding terrain. Second, the flexible, modular stroller is simple to configure in various manners. The framework converts from a toddler's bassinet to an infant's seat into some toddler-sized installation in only a couple minutes.
We have always loved the large storage bag that slings under the stroller and the adult's cup holder that clips on the handle. With practice, I learned to get the stroller into its traveling bag in about three minutes, a fantastic source of dad pride. (Dads know what I am discussing. Mothers, too.)
Why you will love it: The Bugaboo Cameleon Stroller is a transformer which goes from a bassinet into a 3 place, dual-direction chair that could carry children from birth to age 3.
An article from Mom's Stroller Reviews claims the Cameleon's"maneuverability is completely great" and appreciates "the all-terrain wheels are foam filled." And a poll of ratings left on the respected site Consumer Affairs revealed that the stroller comes with a typical 4.5-star rating among its most satisfied owners.
Through its life span, our Cameleon logged more than 2,000 miles In my rough estimation. That variables in a nearly daily walk that was more than two kilometers long and thousands of activities, zoo and museum visits, all-day excursions through vacations, and so forth. We used our Cameleon five or seven days each week in the first times when our child was born through the afternoon its own fundamental locking mechanism snapped, rendering the chassis a fancy paperweight. All the years and the numerous miles make the $1,200 cost a lot easier to stomach.
Disadvantages: Very expensive, rather bulky