Terrible customer serviceBee 5
Bought handle bar covers, shown in picture as 2, received them it's for the belly bar bought another that was supposedly the right thing still incorrect, bugaboo haven't bothered getting back to me re a return contacted several times, service starts then that's it doesn't actually get followed through to finish the request, stay away
Purchased in for $500.
Do all hoods fit the bugaboo bee 3 or has it got to be that good for that pram
Love this pram!Bee 5
I bought this pram on a whim and it’s been the best pram ever.
This pram has been used since late 2017 when I wanted a small pram that was lite, fit in my boot, and small enough for me to manage.
It’s now being used for my second child and it’s still like new, it’s easy to steer, it’s small enough to fit in my Mazda 2 boot, it’s lite to carry and I love that baby can face you or face out.
I also love the extendable seat!
I do wish the basket was a little bigger and a little more accessible when the pram seat is facing forwards.
Purchased in at Baby Bunting for $1,299.
Plastic and feels cheaply made.Bee 5
Easy to push, light weight, baby happy but not good for travelling. Pram not robust, feels like it is made from cheap plastic, damaged twice when travelling on airplane. Became unused as could no longer found down.
Purchased in at Pain Stop for $699.
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Godsent!!! So reliable and durableBee 5
Absolutely amazing when manoeuvring from different terrains.. light and easy collapsible!! .. very comfortable for my little one and versatile for us mums ... I highly recommend this pram I won't buy another brand again
Purchased in at Baby Bunting for $1,299.
The perfect first parent pram!Bee 6 Seat + Bassinet
Lightweight, easy to use and interchangeable between bassinet and seat- it’s the perfect inner city pram to start with! We found it easy to push and manoeuvre without being to heavy or taking up too much room in the boot
Purchased in at Bugaboo for $919.
Quick and easy to open.Bee 3
This pram makes going to the shops quick and easy.
Opening the pram backwards facing can be a little be of a struggle as u have to make sure both parts are clicked and locked into place otherwise it can be lopsided.
Opening pram front facing is so easy and quick. As soon as this became and option for my baby this is when the pram became amazing. The straps can be an issue with having it this way as I feel they aren’t long enough once u add in the cushion liner etc.
Pram overall is small enough to move through shopping aisle and wheels allo... Read morew you to steer one handed as it glides. The down side is the handles bar clips do wear out and have to be replaced quite often otherwise the handles slip and don’t lock into place. Very happy with this pram overall.
Purchased in for $799.
Not recommended if you are looking for easy closure, poor closure claspsBee 6 Seat Only
Like so many others I was after a compact, light yet strong pram that I could fold easily. I watch lots of videos and reviews till just tried one today myself and realised it’s a big no no for me. Folding the pram is not as easy as you see in the videos, a lot of force needed to press the buttons and pull up the clasps at the same time, while pushing the the bars forcefully..., even the shop assistance struggled closing this pram. The pram was light but don’t think you can easily put the entire closed pram (with the seat) in your car, still hea... Read morevy so you better separate the seat and frame. The other painful feature was the angel you need to make before being able to remove the seat and again inserting the seat back in the same angel, it’s not a straight up and easily back in. Anyway what I recommend to you is not to rely on positive feedbacks, definitely try the pram yourself before buying it. There are some shops around that stock Bee6.
Purchased in .
Great product, with only a few very small flawsBee 6 Seat Only
Disclaimer: I am a Productreview.com.au Ambassador and will be reviewing the unit provided to me by Bugaboo.
To provide some background, we’ve been using a Bugaboo Cameleon 3 for about 5 years now, having purchased it for our son (who is now 4 and a half) and now re-purposing it for our 14-month-old daughter. But it’s a big, heavy, unwieldy unit. We purchased a Baby Jogger Citi Tour about 2 years ago when we travelled to Japan, as the Cameleon simply would not have been possible to travel with. The Baby Jogger was chosen specifically for its s... Read moreize and weight that meant we could take it as carry-on luggage and still handle our full-sized suitcases. It is a travel stroller, and we acknowledge that it served its purpose while travelling, but it was not an easy to use or comfortable product. As a result, we’ve only used it once since and that was only out of necessity. There have been several occasions where a smaller stroller/pram would have been ideal, but the Baby Jogger simply didn’t cut the mustard. So, we were quite excited when told that we’d be receiving a Bugaboo Bee 6. Was the Bee 6 going to fill the gap between the Cameleon 3 and the Baby Jogger? When I received the Bee 6 (much more convenient when working from home), I opened the box and set about unpacking everything. As I remembered with the Cameleon 3, there is a lot of plastic packaging in the box. While I appreciate the need to protect the components during transit, I feel like this could be cut down significantly to reduce environmental impact. When I had everything laid out, the first thing that hit me was that there were (thankfully) less pieces than I remember with the Cameleon 3 and less than I expected. After unfolding the instructions, I quickly remembered how much I disliked Bugaboo’s approach to minimalization. There are lots of diagrams, some of which are ambiguous and confusing. There is absolutely nothing in the way of written instructions, obviously to save having to print instructions in 15 different languages. Luckily the Bee 6 is easier to assemble than larger Bugaboo strollers or prams, but not by much. It still took me well over an hour. As the frame is basically preassembled, assembly is limited to the seat and seat cushion (in my opinion the trickiest part), the shade and bumper. My previous experience putting the seat cushion together on the Cameleon 3 (and taking it apart to wash) shaved some time off. There are better ways to present these instructions, including video instructions or interactive online instructions. Once I had the pram together, I was suitably impressed with the build quality. No rattles or squeaks and it had that premium European feel to it. You can tell this is not a cheap product and a high degree of care has gone into the design and manufacture. I wouldn’t call the pram a standout aesthetically, with the all black colour scheme being functionally attractive rather than outright attractive. You can change the fabric if a splash of colour is so desired. You really do get what you pay for and the Bee 6 is a quality product. That being said, it wouldn’t kill manufacturers to throw in a cup holder with high end products.
Purchased in at Bugaboo.
Pram for on the go but could be betterBee 6 Seat Only
Picking a pram for your newborn could be a daunting task. Each to their own, some like the easy manoeuvrability, simple design, no random buttons or levers that you don’t know what it’s functionality is and so on. And that’s what the Bugaboo Bee 6 has all those to offer.
Its sleek black frame design gives it the simplistic looks. The low profile means you can see your newborn a lot easier even when the shade is fully extended, but this sacrifices the storage space below. We also own a Valco Baby pram which below, we can store a fully supplied... Read more Nursery bag and my wife’s handbag. It can also take a couple of bits and bobs like drinks and food if we need to. Not with the Bee 6, we would be lucky to even fit the nappy bag under there. I really like the way the pram opens up. It takes a bit to get use to but it’s a simple pull of the handlebars and pushing down on the red brake pedal as leverage. Folding the pram is a little different as you need to simultaneously pull two little levers and push down. I also like how the pram is designed to stand up when folded making storage neater and easier. Like most prams, there’s a bit of assembly required before you can use it to its full extent. Now, I’m usually good at reading instructions as I had to build most of the furniture in our daughters bedroom but the instructions to building the Bee 6 got me overwhelmed, sometimes scratching my head and stalling at one of the steps. The whole book is based on pictures and not a single step is written in text. Assembling the pram took me almost 2 hours - and that’s no exaggeration. Assembly is pretty much just the seat, seat cushion and shade. The shade is what I want to dive into more. Make sure you don’t make the same mistake as I did. Building the shade consists of feeding two U-bend rods into the material. I accidentally fed them facing the wrong way and so when the shade was extended, it would pop back and look kind of “irregular” looking. This required me to take off the shade but in doing so, I had to remove the seat cushion as well as the shade frame is connected behind it, so there is quite a bit of backtracking involved.
Excellent Quality, Solid Performer, Great Design.Bee 6 Seat Only
What is that old maxim? Every child is different. And I tell you that after doing foster care for 5 years there can be no truer phrase spoken. So how would you design a pram that suits a broad range of ages, needs, children and situations? And how can you make small parts of good parenting just that little bit easier? It would be by buying a well-designed pram and I think Bugaboo are on to something with their Bee 6.
We received a Bee 6 in all black with the Bee Plus Baby Cocoon so in theory it can take children from newborn to around 24 months
Purchased in at Bugaboo for $1,400.
Very easy to manage and good foldingBee 6 Seat Only
Typically when reviewing a product I like to avoid reading too many other reviews or website marketing from the manufacturer before getting the product BUT when it comes to the safety of your kids that sort of goes out the door.
Personally I see a lot of prams in my daily life because I work in a medical practice. I see parents come through almost daily with their babies and the latest and greatest in pram technology. This definitely doesn’t make me an expert but knowing what these things cost I often do ask people what hey chose MaxiCozi or... Read more Bugaboo over the other brands or vice versa and it’s interesting to hear what they have to say. When we knew that the Bee6 was coming in the mail I started doing a bit of research on both the old Bee’s and other mid-size portable prams. What is clear is that Bugaboo has been making this Bee line for a while now and rather than trying to change it over time, what they have done is consistently implemented upgrades and improvements to the pram. I really like this because it tells me they are just taking a good/successful product and making it better, safer, more functional or usable for babies and parents. On to my experience with this Bugaboo Bee 6 over the past 3 weeks or so. Pros: - Very smooth wheels and suspension for city/urban environments
Purchased in at Bugaboo.
Not sooo sure!Bee 5
I absolutely loved the carrycot. Was perfect. Easy to take on/ off. Lightweight, good size. Fitted in my boot both parts! ( Ford Fiesta) HATE the seat. Falls off on folding.
Purchased in at CCC Canterbury for $900.
Probably the best pram out thereBee 6 Seat Only
Might not be a fair comparison, but we are coming from Baby Jogger mini GT to Bugaboo Bee6 and now it feels like comparing Kia car to a BMW. Mind you, there is nothing wrong with the Kia, but it cannot be BMW!
The first noticeable change is 2 front wheels. While initially we did not have a problem with mini GT which have only one front wheel, getting via uneven surfaces and kerbs became noticeably more annoying as we kept using it. This problem totally does not exist in Bugaboo Bee6. All journeys are smooth and even. Not sure if it is because t
Purchased in .
Love it - but not for everythingBee 5
Love this pram, the features of being able to have seat parent facing or world facing is great. It’s super zippy and leaves room in my boot of Mazda 3 Hatch! Only downfall is it’s not great on grass, gravel or off road...
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|Category||4-Wheel Prams & Strollers||4-Wheel Prams & Strollers||4-Wheel Prams & Strollers||4-Wheel Prams & Strollers|
|Suitable Age||6+ months||0+ months|
|Max User Weight||22 kg||22 kg|
|Bassinet Compatible||Yes (Sold Separately)||Yes (Included)|
|Features||Arm Bar, Height-Adjustable Handle, Suspension and Under-seat Storage||Arm Bar, Height-Adjustable Handle, Suspension and Under-seat Storage|
|Weight||9.4 kg||9.4 kg|
|Manufacturer Warranty||3 year(s)||3 year(s)||3 year(s)||3 year(s)|
|Folded Dimensions||34 x 47 x 76 cm||34 x 47 x 76 cm|
|Replaced by||Bugaboo Bee 3||Bugaboo Bee 5|
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