I went for the cool design and the nippy one-handed steering. I liked the overall performance, and it's awesome you can machine wash the fabrics... I, however, wish it had a longer canopy, not a foam-covered belly bar (my kid chewed on it quite a lot), and the accessories would be less expensive. Well, you have to pay with a luxury brand. Also, don't count on getting into the basket when using it with the bassinet. We kept it with both of my kids - but complemented it with a compact buggy later on both times.
We loved the bucket seat since our son hated the lie-flat position in the bassinette! Such a help! The foldability is not good at all, however, and the basket is a catastrophe. The chassis is of good quality, but it started squeaking after some time (we bought it second-hand from ebay).
Lightweight - fantastic for public transport!
- zips through the city (agile)
- folding (bulky to do, bulky in size, two-piece fold)
- wheels getting stuck in the end
We had the frog, and we loved how smoothly it pushed in the city. A spacious and lightweight pram, even if not the most compact-folding. The fold is actually rather cumbersome - size-wise as well as doing it. We replaced it when the wheels started to get stuck a lot. It is an older model, after all.
- Looks like the Cam
- More affordable than the Cam
- Squeaky wheels
- Basket size and shape
I wanted a BGB Cam, but the Frog was more affordable. I do regret not buying the Cam because of the squeaky wheels. But maybe that would be a Cameleon's fault as well..? I can't really say... But the pram looks gorgeous.
I couldn't get it up curbs; it didn't drive well for me. Not much suspension. No getting in the basket. Folding is under-average.