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Bugaboo reveals one-off Cameleon pushchair

Bugaboo Cameleon to be auctioned for charity

Bugaboo Cameleon - Zakee Shariff special edition

This one-off Bugaboo Cameleon will be auctioned to raise money for charity

The popular Bugaboo Cameleon pushchair has been given a stylish makeover for a charity auction.

A one-off Cameleon, with distinctive African-themed fabric, has been designed by British artist Zakee Shariff. 

It will be auctioned on eBay to raise money for the The Global Fund to support HIV/AIDS programs in Africa. 

You can read our full review of the Bugaboo Cameleon now.

Popular Bugaboo pushchair

Bugaboo is well known for its stylish pushchairs and has previously teamed up with Missoni to create a special edition Bugaboo Cameleon with multi-coloured striped fabric.

The Bugaboo Cameleon is popular with parents looking for a colourful, eye-catching travel system pushchair, which can be used in conjunction with a car seat or carrycot.

The Cameleon is easy to manoeuvre, but it’s quite heavy. It’s also expensive, at around £680.

Bugaboo Cameleon carrycot - Zakee Shariff special edition

Artist Zakee Shariff designed the fabric for this one-off Bugaboo Cameleon

Find the best pushchair for you

At Which? we thoroughly test pushchairs to ensure our Best Buy buggies offer a safe and comfortable ride for your baby.

Pushchairs are put through more than 30 safety and durability tests in our labs. They’re also wheeled along around 12km of bumpy treadmill track to see how they’ll stand up to a life of uneven pavements, potholes and kerbs. Finally, a panel of parents with babies try out the pushchairs in real-life situations. 

The Bugaboo Chameleon eBay auction takes place next week, from 25 October until 30 October.

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