Bugaboo Donkey Review
The Bugaboo Donkey was the most talked about buggy to hit the streets in 2011. Bugaboo’s first new buggy for 4 years (an age in buggyworld), the Donkey is a side by side buggy that converts from a single to double. Mums (and Dads) were so hyped about this new buggy that they would do anything to have a look – a baby store in New York was apparently charging $60 just to have a sneak preview of the Bugaboo newbie.
We had a early test drive of the Donkey and we were impressed, desite the price tag! Our full review reveals how this innovative convertible pushchair is designed to grow with your family – it works as a single, or mono, buggy, as a double and as a twin with two carrycots.
The Bugaboo Bee – ideal for urban parents
Bugaboo Bee review
The Bugaboo Bee has earned its reputation as a stylish urban buggy. In 2010, it was released with a new, improved design, but it kept all of the features that made it so popular back in 2007. Our review reveals all about the Bugaboo Bee. The Bee also made MFM’s 2011 10 of the best forward and rear facing buggies and has a celebrity mum fan.
Check out the Bugaboo Cameleon
Bugaboo Cameleon review
Our Bugaboo Cameleon review will tell you all you need to know about this stylish pushchair, which could easily be the most well-known buggy in the Bugaboo collection. We give you the pros, such as the fact it nicely rides over any surface, and the cons. The Bugaboo Cameleon’s celebrity fans include Elton John, Coleen Rooney and Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom. The Cameleon also made our 2011 guide to the 10 best buggies, as rated by you.
Zakee Shariff’s designer Cameleon
Exclusive Cameleon raises money for HIV charity
In 2011 Bugaboo joined forced with British artist and designer Zakee Shariff to create an exclusive, one of a kind pushchair. The buggy was auctioned on eBay with the proceeds going to The Global Fund, which supports HIV and AIDS programmes in Africa.
The vibrant lion-themed Cameleon was designed by London-based clothing designer and mum, Zakee, who used her bold style to spice up the popular buggy taking inspiration from her clothing line.
Bugaboo used the auction to celebrate the two-year anniversary of its partnership with HIV charity RED, with 100% of the proceeds going to the charity. Bugaboo has been working with RED since 2009 with 1% of Bugaboo’s total revenue since then used to help provide treatment for over 70,000 HIV positive pregnant African women.