Pushchair maker Bugaboo has unveiled four new limited-edition spring-themed colours for its popular Bugaboo Cameleon and Bugaboo Bee pushchair models.
The colours on offer include tangerine, pink, light green and purple, specifically for the Bugaboo Bee (£489) and Cameleon (£770) models.
If you’re already a Bee or Cameleon owner, you can buy the coloured Bee canopy (£49.95) or Cameleon fabric set (£89.95) separately.
The Bugaboo Cameleon and the Bugaboo Bee – along with the original Bee model – have been put through their paces in the Which? test lab. Full results are revealed in our pushchairs review.
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The Cameleon is a travel system – an all-in-one type of pushchair that can be used with a car seat – that comes with a separate fabric kit positioned on the frame to form the seat or pram body. The seat can face in either direction but the backrest is fixed, so your baby can’t lie flat unless they’re in the pram body.
The Bee, also compatible with the Maxi Cosi Cabrio child car seat if you buy separate adaptors, can recline to five different positions and its seat can be positioned to be front or rear-facing.
The new coloured pushchairs and sets will available to buy through selected Bugaboo stockists from May 2011, for six months. Bugaboo sells pushchairs in shops including Mothercare, John Lewis and independents – see the Bugaboo website to look up a local store.
You can also read more about Bugaboo pushchairs – and what parents told us about owning a Bugaboo product – in our top buggy brands overview.