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No Earth Mother 2 kids; Darlington, United Kingdom 7431 posts
4th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting .chele.:</b>" I love the new Buffalo!!! If we were having another baby, that would definitely be a part of our stroller ... [snip!] ... red/white/black Petunia Pickle Bottom that would be perfect...but the price!!! AND all you get is a CANOPY [and a poster]. :? "</blockquote>




That's one pretty diaper bag. I've never seen them attached like tgats before. Wow so basically

user banned SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 24574 posts
4th Apr '13
Quoting Lauren ∆:" <blockquote><b>Quoting .chele.:</b>" I love the new Buffalo!!! If we were having another ... [snip!] ... the buffalo although I do like its canopy. God knows what they will have brought out by the time my next lo come along in 2015!"


I would rather have a Buffalo, than our Cameleon...they basically fixed ever annoyance I have with it. lol I love that it folds in one piece and has a 1 hand seat recline. The canopy is definitely an improvement!



I used our Zapp Xtra w/the Maxi Cosi Mico. It was definitely light weight. Still a pain to fold and of course the noise. Ugh.

No Earth Mother 2 kids; Darlington, United Kingdom 7431 posts
4th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting .chele.:</b>" I would rather have a Buffalo, than our Cameleon...they basically fixed ever annoyance I have with ... [snip!] ... I used our Zapp Xtra w/the Maxi Cosi Mico. It was definitely light weight. Still a pain to fold and of course the noise. Ugh."</blockquote>




My gecko just feels so bulky these days. Its Damn pretty to look at but it doesn't really suit our city life style. I will use it more in summer when we walk more.



I'm guessing with the zapp xtra you have remove the seat unit to collapse it? What do you think of the icandys?

user banned SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 24574 posts
4th Apr '13
Quoting Lauren ∆:" <blockquote><b>Quoting .chele.:</b>" I would rather have a Buffalo, than our Cameleon...they ... [snip!] ... we walk more. I'm guessing with the zapp xtra you have remove the seat unit to collapse it? What do you think of the icandys?"


The new Zapp Xtra with folding seat [that's actually what it's called...lol] folds with the seat attached, but only when it's forward facing! It's only 1 extra step, but I feel like the Zapp is more steps than necessary and requires too many body parts. Haha...press this, fold that, step on this...etc! I wish all strollers folded like the Baby Jogger City Mini. The Bee+ is easy too though, it's just 1 step...but requires 2 hands and if folds with the seat facing either direction. The other thing that I love at Bugaboo's in general is the wheeled board! You can attach them to the Quinny, but they are generic, bulky and look out of place...the Bugaboo's is always cohesive.




Not a fan of iCandy. The seats are small. What didn't you like about the Urbo!? That seems similar to the Bee+...

user banned SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 24574 posts
4th Apr '13

Oh ya...woo hoo. This article says the Andy Warhol collection will only be $70-$110 depending on your model stroller. So it'll probably only be $70 for the Bee+! YAY!
http://celebritybabies.people.com/2013/04/04/bugaboo-andy-warhol-collection/

No Earth Mother 2 kids; Darlington, United Kingdom 7431 posts
5th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting .chele.:</b>" Oh ya...woo hoo. This article says the Andy Warhol collection will only be $70-$110 depending on your ... [snip!] ... So it'll probably only be $70 for the Bee+! YAY! http://celebritybabies.people.com/2013/04/04/bugaboo-andy-warhol-collection/"</blockquote>



I quite like the way you fold the zapp lol. I think its quite easy to and easy to remember.
Your really selling the bee+ to me here Haha! I was wondering is there a separate bit that you use from birth? I've only ever really seen it in use as a stroller with older kids using it.
I loved my urbo actually but it was second hand and was full of scratches which weren't that obvious at all but I couldn't see past them. You had to remove the seat unit to gold that one as well. Plus it had no suspension at all so I can't see it being very comfortable for baby.



Yey! That's totally affordable. Its going to look fantastic on your black frame.

user banned SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 24574 posts
5th Apr '13

I used the Bee with the Maxi Cosi Mico, it folds with the adapters attached and was solid enough to still use the wheeled board without worry of it tipping! There is also a soft carrycot called the Cocoon that sets onto the seat to creat a sort of bassinet!



I am so excited, the Bee now has a snack tray for the baby! It's the same as the one for the Cameleon with an extra adapter, so I am hoping I can cheaply buy the adapter and not spend a whole other $40 on a snack tray since we already own one for our Cameleon.

No Earth Mother 2 kids; Darlington, United Kingdom 7431 posts
5th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting .chele.:</b>" I used the Bee with the Maxi Cosi Mico, it folds with the adapters attached and was solid enough to still ... [snip!] ... hoping I can cheaply buy the adapter and not spend a whole other $40 on a snack tray since we already own one for our Cameleon."</blockquote>




Yeah I saw the snack tray thing. Very handy. The city stroller has good reviews I've noticed. I think its a bit ugly though. The twin one us actually quite cute though surprisingly probably cause its got the kids side by side like the donkey.