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    Default Bugaboo bee

    How do I get the seat to face me? I bought a floor demo so it was already set up! I'm clueless it's not like my donkey I looked online and ummm yeah! resorted to bubhub lol

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    You have to remove the seat and turn it to face you.

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    Sorry, I'm trying to do it now myself so I can explain it to you.

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    I can't even figure that part out *embarrassed* lol

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    Ok I did it. Pull the seat back down so it touches the seat bottom. Then it should pull up and off from the chassis.

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    I thought I would click the white buttons but doesn't seem to do anything :/

    And can you make the wheels just go straight or not? I might just goto a baby store and get a demo! Lol I didn't get instructions or anything.

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    Ok thanks I will try when I enter parents room I'm just on bus dd seems restless in it so I think it's because she isn't facing me

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    Nope can't lock the wheels. In trying to take a picture for you but now mine is stuck facing me.

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    Try googleing instructions. But to be honest my ds never really sleeps in the bee, its very open compared to other prams and footpath walking is crap.

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    Thank you I got it!! And yes footpath walking is crap I was shocked! I won't be taking it out for day trips again I don't think (starting to think I should got chameleon) but oh well it's more for when df has her or DS for the day.

    She's asleep she's a great sleeper in pram as long as wheels are rolling lol


 

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