- very long, wide carrycot (80 cm)
- easy to manipulate
- many accessories available - summer canopies to suit any of your moods, warm footmuffs…
- suitable for the mountains as well as for the city (we make trips, even to the mountains, all the time)
- difficult to get in the shopping basket while using the carrycot, otherwise nothing to complain about
Love at first sight 🙂 The best stroller for a stroll to a coffee shop, strolling downtown, but also for trips to the mountains.
- reversible seat unit
- spacious bucket-type seat
- weak central joint (the joint has quite a give)
- problems with attaching a bag
- two-piece fold (not so practical for loading in the car boot)
I only had this stroller for a while - because it didn't meet my expectations. The seat unit is extremely spacious, and my lil’ one loves the bucket from, so he was fully satisfied with the stroller. However, I was afraid that if using it on a daily basis on our not-so-great sidewalks, I will break the front wheels or the central joint structure that, with use, developed quite some give. I even bought off-road wheels, but then, when I realized they either wouldn’t swivel at all or only partially (and very reluctantly), I felt even worse. Also, hanging a bag on the handlebar was a big problem. I was also angry that I could not put it in the car in one piece.
- difficulties with getting in the basket when using the stroller in the carrycot mode - that was its only shortcoming for me (it was ok when passing to the seat unit configuration)
Incredibly easy manipulation. Great wheels that even managed snow. Adjustable seat unit while the baby doesn’t sit by itself - I mostly used the half-reclined position. Spacious carrycot.
The BGB Cameleon is great, for me :-)
- rubber wheels with suspension
- large carrycot
- variability of the canopies
- summer canopy with UPF50
- a big disadvantage - a bucket seat of a smaller size, uncomfortable for sleeping
- size of a folded stroller
Best carrycot, wheels with suspension - no rattling. We used the carrycot up to my son’s 8 months. The seat unit is smaller though, which is why we change the stroller shortly after starting to use it.