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user banned SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 24574 posts
13th Sep '08
Quoting Mommy Loves Baby:
Mommy Loves Baby 2 kids; 7465 posts
13th Sep '08

Quoting .chele.:
user banned SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 24574 posts
13th Sep '08
Quoting Mommy Loves Baby:
Mommy Loves Baby 2 kids; 7465 posts
13th Sep '08
Quoting .chele.:
user banned SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 24574 posts
13th Sep '08

Here ya go...
The Cameleon "knobs" that drop the handle are on the outside of the handle, not the inside like the Frog!
http://s16.photobucket.com/albums/b15/armyguysgirl/Preg/?action=view&current=MOV00295.flv

Mommy Loves Baby 2 kids; 7465 posts
13th Sep '08

Quoting .chele.:
user banned SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 24574 posts
13th Sep '08

It is super easy to fold. It just sucks have 2 pieces to pack away in the trunk. If you fly, buying the travel bag is almost a must...However, unless you have a crappy stroller, I'd buy the travel bag anyways! But, it doesn't take up a bunch of room,it fits nicely in the back of our SUV with the 3rd row up (which usually leaves no room for anything)



Here's a great video...scroll about half way down the page!
http://strollermama.com/bugaboo-cameleon-stroller.htm

Mommy Loves Baby 2 kids; 7465 posts
13th Sep '08
Quoting .chele.:
aperture 2 kids; New Jersey 14866 posts
13th Sep '08

Chele! Did I tell you that I love you? This is the first time I heard your voice!

aperture 2 kids; New Jersey 14866 posts
13th Sep '08

Mommy Loves Baby: You are right about the seat of the buzz being small. That is one of the reasons I went with the Frog. The Buzz also wider than the frog, so it can be really a pain to navigate around narrow aisles. It also hardly fitted in my trunk (08 Jetta).



I don't have the Frog anymore, and I miss it from time to time. I replaced my sand frog with a yellow bee. My husband likes the bee better than the frog, since it's way easier to fold.

Mommy Loves Baby 2 kids; 7465 posts
13th Sep '08
Quoting skijerze [OG] since 2006:
aperture 2 kids; New Jersey 14866 posts
13th Sep '08

Chele: thanks for getting back to me regarding compact jogging stroller. Henryk is letting me spend 500$ on the stroller and that's not inlcluding the money I made from Pliko. I don't think he will be happy if i spend 700$ on a jogging stroller because he thinks I'm not gonna be using it when the weather gets colder. :lol:



I'm thinking of using that money to enroll at this new gym by my house. They have swimming pool and basketball court. Decisions decisions decisions!



How do you like the Mini City Jogger. The Bee is not really good for walking around the neighborhood (sidewalk). Is mini an urban stroller? TIA

aperture 2 kids; New Jersey 14866 posts
13th Sep '08

Very interesting



The signs of stroller addiction article.
http://www.sheknows.com/articles/803469.htm

aperture 2 kids; New Jersey 14866 posts
13th Sep '08

Found it from one of my daily reads baby blogs.



Self Folding Stroller. Very interesting, but looks weird.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/24570716@N06/2842491192/in/set-72157607196706422/

aperture 2 kids; New Jersey 14866 posts
13th Sep '08

Sarah,



Uppa Rumble
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