Many of the features that made the previous Bugaboo Bee popular remain intact or have been improved for the 2010 model. The Bee maintains it's superior maneuverability as the smaller, lighter sibling of Bugaboo's other stroller models. Although it has four wheel suspension, the six inch wheels limit the Bee to smooth terrain only. For it's 2010 model, Bugaboo has significantly upgraded the Bee with a wider seat that has a telescoping ergonomically shaped back rest to more comfortably accommodate children of all sizes. The mechanism which reverses the seat's orientation has also been enhanced for easier operation and the stroller features a shorter canopy for greater visibility. Although the new stroller's chassis has grown more than an inch wider for added stability, the corresponding weight increase is less than one half pound over the previous Bee model.
The Bee is also available in a limited edition color combination of a dark grey base with an off white canopy.
|Length:||46.5" - 55"|
|Height:||33" - 41"|
|Folded w/ Wheels:||35" x 18" x 12"|
|Folded w/o Wheels:||26" x 16" x 9"|
|Seat Back:||16" - 18.5"|
|Hip to Knee:||9" - 12"|
|Knee to Foot:||6.5" - 8.5"|
|Under Seat Storage Capacity:||4.2 Gallons|
|Compatible Car Seats:||Graco Snugride, Maxi-Cosi Mico|
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