Bugaboo bee Standard Stroller - Black
Price Range:$649.00 to $749.00
Just attach the sun canopy color of your choice (sold separately), and you've got the second-generation Bugaboo Bee! At only 20" wide, it's the most compact Bugaboo of all. It's also quick on its feet, with one-handed steering, swivel wheels, and four-wheel independent suspension.
Product Review Summary
3 Reviews from Epinions.com
Feb 3, 2009
Pros: Very maneuverable. Easy to adjust and recline. Not prone to tipping.
Cons: A bit heavy. Isn't very compact when folded.
I highly recommend the Bee. It is super easy to push, steer,and adjust. I think it is a good value for the price even though it is a bit expensive. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 1, 2009
Loving My Buzzing Bugaboo Bee
Pros: Easy to fold/unfold, one-piece fold, reversible seat, great canopy, adjustable handle
Cons: Twisty harness, can be hard to reverse the seat
Awesome stroller with many different features and accessory options, and it is very easy to use Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 24, 2007
Bugaboo Bee for Me
Pros: smaller, lightweight, easy to maneuver,
Cons: under basket hard to access, brake hard to access when reclined, no snack tray
It is a great stroller, more reasonably priced than the other Bugaboo's, and fully functional for infant-4 years. Read More at Epinions.com
May 27, 2009
Pros: Great shade, long handlebars, looks cool, extra accessories and replacement parts available...
This is a terrific stroller if you can shell out $500 for it. Totally recomended!
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Nov 23, 2007
Bugaboo Bee: Like An Entry Level Ferrari!
Pros: Build quality, looks great, ride quality, comfort for the baby.
Cons: Expensive, initial set-up and adjustments are a little difficult.
If you are willing to spend the money, and want a real fancy, smooth stroller, this is fantastic. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 21, 2011
stroller in one hand, coffee in the other...perfect
Pros: incredible push, reversible seat, great fold
Cons: plain seat, basket access
all the features are add ons but still the push and reversible seat makes it worth it Read More at Epinions.com