With personal style, we often look for pieces that will last us for years and whether it be a trench coat, leather jacket or a great pair of jeans, a true classic never goes out of style. The Bugaboo Classic Collection has been around for a few years now starting with the iconic Cameleon and truly embodies timeless elegance with all the functionality we have come to expect from this global brand.
The latest addition to the Classic Collection comes in the form of a Bugaboo Bee5, the urban pushchair which is perfect for urban lifestyles. Today we will look at the fabulous features of the Bee5 and explore this beautiful special edition in a little more detail.
Suitable from birth, the Bugaboo Bee5 carrycot is the perfect space for your newborn baby and the beautiful white micro twill lining inside the hood runs throughout the whole collection. The sun canopy is extendable to keep your little one protected from the elements and the handy carry straps on the side of the bassinet are great for taking it on and off the chassis.
From around 6 months old, your growing baby can move into the reversible seat unit which can face you for bonding time or turn world facing for your little one to explore. Although the Bee5 can look quite small, the seat unit has a height adjustable back to keep your toddler comfortable up to around 3.5 years old and the multi position recline will allow them to afternoon snooze as much as they need to!
The Bugaboo Bee5 Classic+ has a sleek black chassis finished with a luxurious leather look handle and the handle bar extends for the tallest or smallest of drivers! Black wheels trims add a classic finish and 4-wheel suspension means the Bee5 rides like a dream no matter what the surface.
The Bee5 can fold quickly and easily with the seat unit still attached so when it comes to your next adventure, you’re ready to go in just a few seconds!
Whether you’re in the market for a pushchair from birth or even a second stroller which is a little more lightweight the Bee5 could be the one for you!
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