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New Bugaboo Cameleon 3 pushchair

and limited-edition Viktor & Rolf version

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Viktor & Rolf designs a new pushchair for Bugaboo

Bugaboo is launching a new Cameleon pushchair, Cameleon 3, along with a special edition by fashion design brand Viktor & Rolf. 

UPDATE: We’ve now fully tested the Bugaboo Cameleon 3 pushchair in the Which? lab. Members can sign in to see the full Bugaboo Cameleon 3 review to find out if it’s a Best Buy. If you’re not a member, a £1 trial to Which? gives you access to all our expert product reviews and buying advice.

Bugaboo pushchairs

Designed to be a light and compact multi-terrain pushchair, Bugaboo says that it has refined this Cameleon after receiving customer feedback. 

It’s apparently even faster and easier to fold and unfold and the carry-cot can be removed using one hand. The chassis has improved durability and the harness has additional padding. The seat is adjustable to six settings, and there is more space in the basket under the seat.

We haven’t sent this pushchair to our lab for testing yet, but we will be bringing you our first impressions soon.

In the meantime, you can see how the previous faired in our expert lab tests. 

Designer pushchair

Having previously collaborated with other design brands such as Missoni and Marc Jacobs, Viktor & Rolf has now added its stamp to the new limited-edition Cameleon 3 – called My First Car. 

In a monochrome colour scheme, it uses sports-car-style fabric on a grey chassis, with a leather-look canopy and matching wheel skins. It also has rear silver alloy wheels with the Viktor & Rolf emblem.

Both the Cameleon 3 and the Viktor & Rolf edition won’t be available until September 2012, but why not take a look at our 170 other pushchair reviews. 

Affordable pushchairs

Although stylish, these new bugaboo pushchairs come with a hefty price tag – the Cameleon 3 will cost about £799, and the limited edition Viktor & Rolf design, along with the footmuff, is a whopping £1,397.

Which? deputy home editor Hazel Cottrell says: ‘This is a high price to pay for a pushchair, especially as there are a number of affordable good-looking designs available. We’ve tested 174 pushchairs, many of which are equally stylish, and our Best Buy pushchairs start from under £100.’

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