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Bugaboo Cameleon3

Reviewed January 2014
Bugaboo Cameleon
*Est. $980
Pros:
  • Reversible seat and handlebar
  • Highly maneuverable
Cons:
  • Two -piece fold
  • Heavy, bulky
  • No locking fold
  • No canopy window

Bugaboo Donkey

Reviewed January 2013
Bugaboo Donkey
*Est. $1,200
An easy conversion from a single to a double stroller, although an expensive one.
Pros:
  • Can convert from single to double stroller
  • Lots of storage
  • Extremely maneuverable
Cons:
  • Very heavy, with a bulky fold
  • Not good for public transport
  • Some accessories aren't included

Bugaboo Donkey Duo

Reviewed December 2012
Bugaboo Donkey Duo
*Est. $1,500
Pros:
  • Can carry twins or different-aged children
  • Highly maneuverable
  • Narrower than most doubles
Cons:
  • Product recall issued
  • Difficult to fold
  • Heavy and large when folded
  • Seats do not accommodate newborns or older children

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