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    What colour did you get?

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    I can't Make my mind up between black or pink? I have all girls but not sure if I should just go black?? What colour do you have?

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    I have blue. I've sometimes wished I got black, it's pretty cool. But pink would be so much fun!

    I think my favorite is off-white, I got my Donkey in that.

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    How exciting - I love the Bee but my DH thinks it's too flimsy and the wheels are too small for grass etc - let me know how you and your DH find it please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newlywed333 View Post
    How exciting - I love the Bee but my DH thinks it's too flimsy and the wheels are too small for grass etc - let me know how you and your DH find it please
    I promise you it's not flimsy, not at all. It's light but it's a very sturdy little thing. I've used mine regularly for 5 1/2 years and it's still perfect

    The wheels are small, but the suspension is excellent. I'm happy to cut across ovals etc, no problem at all. Longer grass might be annoying though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    I have blue. I've sometimes wished I got black, it's pretty cool. But pink would be so much fun!

    I think my favorite is off-white, I got my Donkey in that.
    I do actually love the off white too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newlywed333 View Post
    How exciting - I love the Bee but my DH thinks it's too flimsy and the wheels are too small for grass etc - let me know how you and your DH find it please
    I will do! I am very excited

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    Newlywed the bee is an absolute dream...it steers like nothing I've ever felt before. It's light but still feels sturdy and it looks great. I'm in love!

    Yes I may have spent the whole night playing with it and driving it around my lounge room

    Looking good in pink ATM

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    I looked at the Bugaboobee when I bought a pram, was almost certain I'd get one, then noticed a Mum nearly doing her back in bending down...it's SO low, and doesn't have a reversible seat.

    I bought a Mama and Papa's Sola for under $500 with a 25% off voucher from Babies R Us. It has a reversible seat, very large wheels, huge basket underneath, looks really nice, etc etc. In another thread about prams the mum ended up deciding on it after test-driving it. It turns on its own axis ~ it is just so light to steer. I bless the thing everyday. It washes up easily, has a removable liner, is the most fab purchase I've made. Test-drive it and you'll see what I mean. I'm surprised I don't see more of them around, and get a lot of comments on it. Ours looks good as new after 2 years of daily use. Love it. My only criticism is that some of the attachments for it can be pricey, but nowhere near as pricey as bugaboo stuff. I jog with it here and there, though it's not a jogging pram. It's lightweight, folds easily, it is just the most fab-o pram. Goes over long grass, stones, high curbs.

    Google it and you'll see what I mean!

    Pity Mothercare is going out of biz, as they had their own line of lovely prams at reasonable prices.

    Good luck with your decision!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaronessM View Post
    I looked at the Bugaboobee when I bought a pram, was almost certain I'd get one, then noticed a Mum nearly doing her back in bending down...it's SO low, and doesn't have a reversible seat.

    I bought a Mama and Papa's Sola for under $500 with a 25% off voucher from Babies R Us. It has a reversible seat, very large wheels, huge basket underneath, looks really nice, etc etc. In another thread about prams the mum ended up deciding on it after test-driving it. It turns on its own axis ~ it is just so light to steer. I bless the thing everyday. It washes up easily, has a removable liner, is the most fab purchase I've made. Test-drive it and you'll see what I mean. I'm surprised I don't see more of them around, and get a lot of comments on it. Ours looks good as new after 2 years of daily use. Love it. My only criticism is that some of the attachments for it can be pricey, but nowhere near as pricey as bugaboo stuff. I jog with it here and there, though it's not a jogging pram. It's lightweight, folds easily, it is just the most fab-o pram. Goes over long grass, stones, high curbs.

    Google it and you'll see what I mean!

    Pity Mothercare is going out of biz, as they had their own line of lovely prams at reasonable prices.

    Good luck with your decision!
    The bee has an extendable handle and has most certainly a reversible seat.

    I love my Bee.


 

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