Beautiful and stylish
Loved this pram, perfect from newborn to toddler. My daughter was tall for her age and she didn’t outgrow this one. Storage basket underneath could have been more usable. But it is such a striking and stylish pram, super comfortable for Bub and great steering/ manoeuvring especially in narrow spaces.
Purchased in November 2013 at David Jones for $1,800.00.
This is our 3rd option for a pram and we wish we bought this from the start. Amazing pram for our boy and have all the attachments. Easy to pack away and store in the boot of a car. Highly recommend
Purchased in May 2019 for $650.00.
This stroller is amazing quality for my baby girl
Very easy to use Im very happy with the product and it moves exceptionally could not ask for a better pram company was amazing to deal with thank you very much
Purchased at Baby Bunting for $900.00.
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Fantastic + You want accessories
Had this for our first born. It was fantastic, great wheels making it easy to get over things eg. bumps on paths, rocky terrain, even sand on the beach.
- the quality and feel of it. Wheels and suspension are far superior to other prams
- collapsibility (we had to remove the top tray in our boot (Audi Q5) to fit it all in
- Accessories: the zip blanket was great when going out in Winter in Melbourne, the drink holder is great for carrying water bottle / coffee / baby bottle. Travel bag was also really good when travelling overseas/int...
Purchased in January 2016 at Baby Village.
Love love love!
Absolutely loved this pram I use it with all three of my children and then again with my nieces.
So easy to clean, fit nicely in the car and was easy to ensemble.
Purchased in February 2012 at Baby Bunting for $900.00.
expensive BUT it the best
i been using this for the past 10 years , all i can say it valued for money and at the end , you still able to sell it as a used product .
it is expensive to purchase brand new when i gotten it 10 years ago but it worth it as it comes with product warranty . the first frame that we gotten from bugaboo has some issue and they sent us a brand new frame as a replacement .
do your self a favour , buy your baby one of the best pram out there . treat your baby well . it worth it .
Purchased in September 2009 at David Jones Retail Stores for $1,500.00.
So easy to find replacement parts for, and so smooth on all types of terrain and just so easy to dismantle, I just love it, I definitely recommend to anyone!!
Purchased in April 2019 for $120.00.
You will need a decent boot to put this pram in, (I have a Disco 2 - fits snuggly with little room for much else) but safety wise, it has been reliable and sturdy.
I would’ve loved more storage area underneath the pram, however you can get a couple of bags of groceries in there.
There are three different seating settings/positions and my son liked the one in between sitting upright and laying down.
The bassinet is beautiful and my son slept happily in it.
Purchased in December 2014 for $1,500.00.
We're glad we spent the extra money
We spent quite a bit of time investigating the right stroller before the birth of our son, travelling to baby stores across Sydney. We were initially settled on an iCandy or Stokke, but found flaws with both that we just couldn't live with. When we spent some time with the Bugaboo Chameleon 3, we both agreed that it offered the best balance of functionality, quality, style and safety of all the products we'd looked at.
While the Chameleon 3 is by no means perfect (more on that later), it's a real head turner. Let's face it. That's a big part...of the decision to buy a Bugaboo over other brands. We bought a limited edition in navy with brown leather trim. Later, when we changed from the bassinet to the seat, we added a sky blue breezy sun canopy to break up the navy and now it's even better looking. The stroller is not petite or light, but that means it's very sturdily constructed. It was immediately apparent that the product was built to last while I was putting it together. We also have the peace of mind that we're backed up by Bugaboo's excellent warranty and customer care. In terms of features, there is not really much in the way of innovation, but for us that is secondary to practical requirements such as quality and safety. What it does, it does well. When the handle is reversed (so the larger wheels are at the front) it can handle surprisingly rough terrain. We wanted the flexibility of having a stroller that could handle urban and off the beaten track environments equally well. The lockable smaller wheels and adjustable suspension provide a greater degree of customisation to suit multiple applications and cater for a growing child. But while the Chameleon 3 is fantastic, there are definitely some frustrations that could be address in a 4th gen. Unless you have strong hands, the brake system is not easy to manage one-handed. There is a real danger that it can very quickly snap back and wrap you on the knuckles. There must be an easier way to implement this while maintaining safety standards. Possibly with a squeeze trigger to release? The basket underneath the seat is very difficult to access and quickly becomes a source of annoyance when you need to quickly retrieve something to pacify a screaming toddler. It's also an awkward concave shape that limits what you can practically store under the pram. The sturdy construction comes with a trade off on weight making it a challenge to put it in the boot of a car with anything but an empty basket. We've also found that the cup holder is was very poorly constructed. The inside attachment that holds drink containers in place had very flimsy lugs locking it into the main component. These broke fairly early on and we were certainly not rough with the product. Having lived with it for 2 and a half years now, we're very satisfied with the Bugaboo Chameleon 3. Despite the small flaws, it is a high-quality product that well and truly justifies the price premium over a cheaper product. We look forward to a few more years of happy use.
Purchased in May 2016 at Baby Bunting for $1,350.00.
Questions & Answers
Can you use cam 3 wheels ect? On the cam 2, my chassis is broke so I'm just looking at a 2 to put me over
Hi- I have an original cameleon stroller. Will the Nuna pipa car seat adapter fit. The website says only compatible with cameleon3 or 3plus.
Hi will a cameleon 3 seat frame go onto the cameleon second generation base (2012)?
|Category||4-Wheel Prams & Strollers||4-Wheel Prams & Strollers||4-Wheel Prams & Strollers||4-Wheel Prams & Strollers|
|Suitable Age||0+ months|
|Max User Weight||22 kg|
|Bassinet Compatible||Yes (Included)|
|Capsule Compatible||Yes, with addition of adapters|
|Features||Arm Bar, Height-Adjustable Handle, Reversible Handle and Under-seat Storage|
|Folded Dimensions||31 x 50 x 91 cm|
|Release date||Dec 2012||Jan 2011||Dec 2012||Jan 2006|
|Replaced by||Bugaboo Cameleon 3rd Gen||Bugaboo Cameleon 3rd Gen Plus||Bugaboo Cameleon 2nd Gen|
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