What colour did you get?
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11-04-2013 06:13 #51
11-04-2013 06:37 #52
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?
11-04-2013 07:13 #53
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.
11-04-2013 07:44 #54Member
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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
11-04-2013 10:30 #55
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.
11-04-2013 10:39 #56
11-04-2013 10:39 #57
11-04-2013 22:51 #58
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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12-04-2013 00:16 #59
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!
12-04-2013 00:24 #60
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