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The Bugaboo Bee+ is the second generation of the very popular light stroller. It was released in the spring of 2010. The high-end Bee+ is the most compact Bugaboo stroller. It is therefore a luxury alternative to an umbrella stroller. The small wheels of the second generation are lighter, with a star-shaped spokes which that became typical for this stroller. A smooth ride through the city is ensured by the soft suspension. You can hear the clicking sound when adjusting the handlebar. It helps you orientate in the individual positions.

The seat is located low. Reversing the seat has been substantially simplified. The seat has no leg rest, but can be extended. A great advantage of the second generation is the possibility to extend the backrest. The Bee+ thus fully adapts to the growing child’s needs. You can adjust the backrest from a very upright position to a full recline. The adjusting button is now simpler than that of the older version. The seat is well padded, now without side panels. The improved hood is simpler and slightly shorter. It has remained typically rounded. Similarly to the popular Bugaboo Cameleon, the Bee can be customized by changing the hoods. Summer variations with ventilation are also available.

Thanks to the full recline, the Bee+ can be used right from birth. For added comfort a Baby Cocoon is also available. You can also attach a car seat to create a travel system.

The Bee+ is also available in limited editions, best known of which are Neon Pop/Fluorescent, All Black, Summer Bee, Denim, Pendleton, or various variations of Andy Warhol and Van Gogh.

Specifications

Type
stroller, 2in1 stroller system
Weight (in kg)
8,5
Unfolded dimensions (h×w×l in cm)
89 × 53 × 88
Folded dimensions (h×w×l in cm)
89 × 46 × 31
Brand origin
Netherlands
Chassis material
aluminum
Maximum seat load (in kg)
17
Recommended age of the child (in months)
0 – 48
Reversible seat
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