The Bugaboo Cameleon 3 is not only versatile, but it is compact and multi-terrain stroller. It works from birth to 36 months (3 years) and comes with a bassinet that actually converts into a seat and it does self-stand. The seat is able to sit up straight, recline, or lie completely flat to let your little one nap, and the fact that it is reversible means that it can face front or back. It has foam filled rubber tires, swivel wheel suspension and adjustable suspension as well as a reversible and height adjustable handle bar. You can place the handle bar so that the big wheels are on front and able to go through rough terrain or you can make it into a two-wheel position to where it goes through snow and sand.
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It comes with a 5-point harness that has adjustable shoulder straps and an aerated inlay as well as a fabric that can be machine washed. This stroller also comes with a rain cover, bassinet/seat frame and fabric, carry handle, chassis with wheels, storage basket, wire frame, bassinet apron, and an extendable sun canopy. It also has a one-year warranty and has car seat adapters for many different car seats like Chicco, Peg Perego, Maxi Cosi, and Britax.
Bugaboo Cameleon 3 review
To my knowledge the Bugaboo Cameleon is the lightest stroller on the market. The storage space on this stroller is quite small when compared to other models. It only allows up to 8 pounds for storage. It works for a semi-heavy diaper bag and be able to access it from all sides. A large diaper bag doesn’t fit in the basket, but you can remove the basket and use it as a bag, which is quite useful. You can’t do this quickly, which is disappointing but it does come with a drawstring that keeps items from falling out. This basket is the only storage option. Make sure you keep your stroller clean. I was traveling a lot with the stroller which made it harder to keep clean but it’s something you must do.
The sunshade on the stroller is quite large and has a UPF rating of 50+. It is a good looking canopy that is well made, but it doesn’t have a lot of ventilation or a peek a boo window, which kind of sucks when you want to do a happy dance for a large canopy.
This stroller does come with a foot rest, but it isn’t adjustable. The foot rest is wide and covered with a durable material, but it isn’t padded. The seat can recline but it does take two hands to do this. You have to press the two recline buttons at the same time.
This model also comes with a single action handbrake that is super sandal friendly because it is operated with your hand. It is easy to set and release. It also comes with cup holder for the little one.
When it comes down to it, this stroller is nice although kind of expensive. It scores well when it comes to quality and safety. Even though it doesn’t have a place for your cellphone, it works great for traveling and is comfortable for your little one without any issues.
What stroller do you use? Do you have experiences with the bugaboo Cameleon 3?