Bugaboo Chameleon versus Stokke Xplory - any views?
May 15, 2008 7:03AM
I am currently considering both these prams and just wondered if any of you have any views on either?
I live in London - so will need a good urban pram and am looking for something light weight and easy to manouvre.
May 14, 2008 11:50AM
Hi I have a Bugaboo Cameleon and I love it, its easy to push, good in tight spaces and Neve is really comfortable in it. The only drawback is it doesn't fold up particuarly small.
May 14, 2008 12:31PM
Have you thought about the Bugaboo bee? It's so small and very light - that's the one we're going for just for that reason. x
May 14, 2008 3:10PM
I think that they would probably both work well for you. I have the chameleon for Millie and I love it, but we do a lot of off road walking so the the Stokke wouldn't be any good for us. My lil sis works in a nursery shop and she really likes the Stokke, it's not as popular either so you won't see as many people with the same pushchair, and personally I like the fact that they sit so high, Millie hates to be near the floor so she'd love it!
May 15, 2008 7:03AM
Thanks for your replies girls. I think I will check them out side by side to see which will suits best - but its so good to hear everyone's personal views and experiences of them.
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