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p_anna says:
"The biggest downside to this stroller is the fabrics which fade really quickly."
and gives the Bugaboo Cameleon 2 (Cameleon+)
3

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  • Bugaboo strollers come with a wide range of accessories to choose from, so they're great to mix and match - canopies, liners, sunshades, ...
  • The extension canopy covers almost the entire stroller
  • Large storage basket
  • Rotates in both directions
  • Tilting, reversible handle (great in case you need to turn the stroller "quickly" because of the sun, for example)
  • No wear and tear on the large rear wheels even after a long time
  • Front wheels can be swapped for terrain wheels
  • Removable belly bar
  • Relatively easy to handle
  • Covers fade quickly
  • Wear is quickly visible on the front wheels (stones stuck right after the first ride...)
  • It doesn't have an adjustable leg rest, which is a bit missing with smaller children
  • Does not fold up in one piece
  • The all-terrain wheels do not swivel
  • The frame is not sturdy enough
  • Size of the seat not suitable for the whole strolling period

We had the Bugaboo Cameleon 2 as a "second" stroller, and overall I rate it as a good stroller, suitable for the city.

As the frame is not stable enough (I can also compare with other strollers), the terrain is a bit harder to tackle.

The great thing about Bugaboo strollers is that they can be assembled "down to the last screw", so the owner can combine it according to his own ideas.

Because the seat is a bucket-shaped seat, it is smaller and not suitable for the whole strolling days' perios.

The biggest downside to this stroller is the fabrics which fade really quickly.

Despite the few cons we discovered during use, we really enjoyed strolling with this stroller :)

3.7/5
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