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    I have a bee. Started with a Stokke Xplory which was amazing but took up the whole boot, 2 piece fold and heavy.

    The bee is lighter, quick fold in one piece. It's flat when folded so you can easily put grocery bags etc on top on the way home.

    DS2 was barely in it - personality thing. But when we did use it, it was wonderful and worth every penny! Thankfully it means it's immaculate and good to go for DS3 due in August!

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    For those with a bee, did you find your childs legs were kinda just dangling as they got bigger?

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    I've had both. I liked my cam but Bee is fantastic, I love it. I put a warranty claim in and bugaboo were fantastic. Gave me replacement parts.

    Definitely get the bee3 bassinet.

    I've seen it around our neighbourhood used for older taller kids and it works.

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    We're loving ours. We have the bugaboo bee 3 with bassinet. DD is one month old and sleeps perfectly when in it (baby dependant of course!). The bottom storage basket has been great for shopping. Steers well, esp one handed. We walk daily with it and it's been great. We have the organiser and cup holder accessories and they are worth the $$ too!

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    For those with a bee, did you find your childs legs were kinda just dangling as they got bigger?

    My 4 year old sits in it with no problems - you can pull the seat out to make it wider for bigger kids.

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    Subbing, I'm tossing up between the cam3 or buffalo

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    Default Bugaboo. ..worth it??

    Thanks for starting this thread! I have a bee3 on layby and was hoping I wasn't going to regret spending so much on a pram. I don't like the cams/buffs etc, too big and I don't like two peice fold prams. That's why I chose the bee.

    I am also planning on getting a city mini GT for when I'm up to runing or jogging again. I loved our city mini but I think the GT is better so now I want that too 😊
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrswhitehouse View Post
    Thanks for starting this thread! I have a bee3 on layby and was hoping I wasn't going to regret spending so much on a pram. I don't like the cams/buffs etc, too big and I don't like two peice fold prams. That's why I chose the bee.

    I am also planning on getting a city mini GT for when I'm up to tuning or jogging again. I loved our city mini but I think the GT is better so now I want that too 😊
    I had a bee for DS.

    I liked the compactness for shopping etc but for walks on footpaths etc it was pretty bad.

    Not the nice footpaths in city areas that is fine. Talking about the suburbs. And roads. Getting on and off kerbs was hard.

    Otherwise it wad great. DS was 3 and still fit in it.


 

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