Bugaboo Cameleon 3 Cabriofix Package In Black £799.91 @ Kiddisave
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Bugaboo Cameleon 3 Cabriofix Package In Black £799.91 @ Kiddisave

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Found 2nd Jan 2014
Package includes- Bugaboo Cameleon 3 Base, Fabric Set, Adaptors And Maxi-Cosi CabrioFix Car Seat

The New Bugaboo Cameleon 3 is the third generation of the all iconic all-in-one stroller.

The 3rd generation of the iconic all-in-one Bugaboo Cameleon stroller is even more versatile, stylish and functional than ever before. Light and compact, it's also easy to lift and store.

Suitable for a newborn or a toddler, the multi-terrain Bugaboo Cameleon 3 can seamlessly adapt to you journey - whether that's through the city, woods, sand or snow. In fact, it can take you everywhere you want to go.

Includes:
chassis with wheels, seat/carrycot frame, carry handle
base seat fabric
base carrycot fabric
rain cover
underseat bag
1 tailored fabric set (includes sun canopy and apron)

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Ridiculous price

Original Poster

Can't find it cheaper

Great price, so heat added on that basis but I've already got this...and a Bugaboo Bee and most recently the Bugaboo Donkey! Can highly recommend all three. X

TKDBlackbelt

Ridiculous price



Clearly never used one then ? (Stands well clear)

In Dec I managed to get the below on special offer:

Pram £580
Seat £60
Fittings £20

And I still need to buy a fabric set (£70), which adds up £720!

I've lost my point now, but I think I'm saying that when compared to RRP/current prices this is a decent deal

decent price if you want one. for the money though you get much better quality with an icandy.

Disagree on that one features wise bugaboo are amazing by comparison and more importantly are considerably lighter without compromising on torsional rigidity , fold up smaller and easier and I belive but don't quote me on this one , can be officially used as a travel cot when needed

Original Poster

Yes it can -

bugaboo are overrated. you are just paying for a name!
I don't personally think they are particularly well made for the price. My lo was injured as the frame was faulty and I know of a few others who've had issues too.

Andi Keane

Disagree on that one features wise bugaboo are amazing by comparison and … Disagree on that one features wise bugaboo are amazing by comparison and more importantly are considerably lighter without compromising on torsional rigidity , fold up smaller and easier and I belive but don't quote me on this one , can be officially used as a travel cot when needed


We've got both, needless to say the bugaboo never, ever gets used. Only my opinion obviously but the icandy is far better build quality, actually folds really flat very easily with the wheels off and looks a lot nicer. Gives you that 'exclusive' feel that you should get with a push chair in this price bracket. The bugaboo looks and feels cheap. Like I said, only my opinion from owning both.

Andi Keane

Clearly never used one then ? (Stands well clear)



I agree I have never used one but then I have never felt the need to spend £800 plus on a buggy for my son! Some people need a reality check, talking of "torsional rigidity" on a buggy for a child!!!

It is completely overpriced and you might try and kid yourself otherwise but you are buying because it's a fashion statement, to be part of the in crowd or keeping up with the Jones.

Just waiting now for the " you are just jealous because you can't afford it" comment.

TKDBlackbelt

I agree I have never used one but then I have never felt the need to … I agree I have never used one but then I have never felt the need to spend £800 plus on a buggy for my son! Some people need a reality check, talking of "torsional rigidity" on a buggy for a child!!! It is completely overpriced and you might try and kid yourself otherwise but you are buying because it's a fashion statement, to be part of the in crowd or keeping up with the Jones. Just waiting now for the " you are just jealous because you can't afford it" comment.



That does sound awfully bitter! If you can afford it, whats the problem?

andyb83

That does sound awfully bitter! If you can afford it, whats the problem?



How have you come to the conclusion I am bitter? The fact you are suggesting I am bitter suggests to me that you think I cannot afford such a pram, how have you worked that out?

Whether you can afford it or not is immaterial to me, the cost does not represent the quality of the product.

TKDBlackbelt

I agree I have never used one but then I have never felt the need to … I agree I have never used one but then I have never felt the need to spend £800 plus on a buggy for my son! Some people need a reality check, talking of "torsional rigidity" on a buggy for a child!!! It is completely overpriced and you might try and kid yourself otherwise but you are buying because it's a fashion statement, to be part of the in crowd or keeping up with the Jones. Just waiting now for the " you are just jealous because you can't afford it" comment.



I didnt buy one to keep up with anyone .

I simply read up one them and then spent a good amount of time trying out of all the ones we liked .

Personally i would have been thrilled to find one that cost less that i was as happy with as im hardly well off !

Ever used a buggy and shook it and it feels like it is going to fall apart ? being rigidly taught helps that

Im sorry my comments to try and help someone offends you

Happy new year to you





All I'm saying is why does it bother you so much that people are willing to spend this amount on this product. Its personal choice, and not really your place to criticise.

If it helps at all, and going against the slightly insulting view of TKD, we are expecting our first child in a few months so naturally have been researching pushchairs for the first time. We were shocked by the prices, absolutely stunned, but on reviewing further, the Cameleon does appear to offer 'better' value for money than others we've test drove around the stores. It is better suited to 'from birth' all the way through which for us is ideal, as we have no plans to keep changing like so many like to. We also see the benefit in the larger wheels and springs, as we live in the countryside with many country paths to walk. Also in the name, associated with quality, there is more likely a better return on purchase afterwards, as they hold reasonable value on ebay etc. No brand snob here, just looking for the most suitable option for our lives. We will continue to research as no rush for us yet, and would ideally like to see a return to the sub £600 price JL had at the start of December, but if not, we might opt for a similar deal to this one.
Edited by: "MDian" 7th Jan 2014
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