The Bugaboo Cameleon 3 pushchair is a well-known pushchair but what do parents really think of it?
The Bugaboo Cameleon 3 was launched in June 2012 and has become a much talked about and desired pushchair ever since. But how easy is it to use this pushchair – is it a dream or a nightmare?
Take a look at our Bugaboo Cameleon 3 video review to find out how this pushchair did in our tests.
Bugaboo Cameleon 3 pushchair
Launched at the same time was a limited edition version of the Cameleon 3 pushchair with a monochrome theme designed by Viktor & Rolf. But style comes at the price tag – the limited edition model costs £1,397. The original isn’t cheap either at £799. So do parents think it’s worth the cost?
One member, Magdalena, loves it: ‘It’s simply the best – it costs a fortune but I used mine from birth until four and a half years and then sold it and got 75% of the price back.
‘It’s a dream to push and manoeuvre – the turning circle is a joy in busy shops. I loved having a buggy where my child faced me and the coloured fabric is easy to remove and washes really well. The only downside is that it takes up a lot of room in the boot of the car.’
What do you think? Bugaboo pushchairs might be trendy but are they worth the price tag? If you own this pushchair, share your views by leaving comments on our Bugaboo Cameleon 3 review to help other parents make their decision.
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