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Bugaboo bee plus... any good??
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bellerous · 22/07/2013 13:47

I've started looking at pushchairs for my first baby due in December. The one I like the most is the bugaboo bee plus, anyone have any good or bad feed back on this one? Thanks

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AidanTheRevengeNinja · 22/07/2013 14:49

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AidanTheRevengeNinja · 22/07/2013 14:52

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bellerous · 22/07/2013 18:45

Thank you for the response Smile

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Tedder · 23/07/2013 10:21

I have one which I originally bought for my 18 month old and used until she was 3. I'm now using it for my baby. I like it very much. With my first I did buy a Quinny Buzz but soon got fed up with the size and weight. I've enjoyed having a little, light pushchair this time, especially as we've moved and I now live in a large town and use public transport. Baby was born in December so I had the cocoon and it was great. I've now got the breezy sunshade on and it's brill. This is what I especially like about the Bee, it's really adaptable to your growing child, seasons etc...but it does cost if you buy the Bugaboo accessories! And it's very tempting to keep changing colour etc! On the downside it's rubbish on any kind of uneven ground and the little wheels get stuck in grids, gaps in the pavement etc. so if you want to go anywhere off road it is really not suitable at all. Some people don't like that it's low down...doesn't bother me as I'm short anyway. I have had some problems with it but Bugaboo customer service has been brilliant every time.

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HaPPy8 · 23/07/2013 20:30

I love mine, my little one is two and its the only pushchair i have had, unlike a lot of my friends who have bought bigger ones initially and then bought more compact ones after about 6 months. Thumbs up from me.

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