Public transport user, city dweller – Lara reviews the Bugaboo Bee Plus.
In a big, bad city like London, size matters. As a family of home workers we don’t own a car, so when researching a pram for our baby boy we were focussed entirely on what would fit onto public transport. It was really important for me to be able to get out and about with my baby, and not be grounded by a massive pram.
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When I first started looking for a pushchair my main requirement was that it was small enough to fit into the boot of my car, a Kia Picanto, possibly the most inappropriate car to try and squeeze a pushchair into. What I thought was extensive research led me to purchase not one, but three, different pushchairs – each having their advantages and disadvantages.
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I’d like to say that I made a careful and considered choice when it came to picking a pram. The truth is, like so many decisions in my life, I simply rushed in like the proverbial kid in a sweet shop. I think we visited the usual shops once each and had a play about but soon realised that buying a pram was like a crash course in complex engineering. Quite quickly our focus changed from “ooh, look how fabulous that is” to “HOW MUCH?!?” and “How does this bloody thing fold down?”. Then, it happened, one rainy March evening, 30 minutes before closing time we accidentally stumbled across the Joie Chrome.
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When I was pregnant we spent a LOT of Saturday afternoons in Mothercare, looking at prams. My husband even subscribed to the Which website to research the best ones, and I trawled forums and reviews and blog posts – we took it very seriously! We found, in the end, that we both kept coming back to the Bugaboo Cameleon 3. Six months on, I am still absolutely delighted with it, and can only give it a glowing review.
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