FUN FACT: I love talking about strollers. And honestly, I will continue to do so because it is one of my favorite things to talk about especially as a mom. But I wanted to dedicate a post specifically to my bargain of stroller, my Bugaboo Bee 3.
I honestly never thought I would one day be in the market looking for a stroller myself because in reality I hadn’t planned on having children. But I was a little more excited when I knew I would have to buy a stroller for my little girl. A lot came to mind because I wanted to be sure I got the perfect one. But it had been years since I’d worked at Nordstrom where I sold strollers, so I wasn’t even sure a Bugaboo was what I wanted.
At some point I was working at Bloomingdale’s and I was about three months pregnant, when the Bugaboo Bee’s newest version was coming out Bee 5, so the older version Bee 3 was on sale. Now, Bugaboo’s tend to be in between the price range of $700 to $1500 depending on which style you want. When selecting a Bugaboo, it was important to make sure it fit your lifestyle.
Long story short, I asked the head manager who over saw all the department on my floor if I could get an extra discount and thankfully I was actually able to get it for just $200. That was a steal. In the end, I became a Bugaboo mom and I absolutely love it.
I never thought in a million years I would even own something as pricey. But after owning one I love it. It’s cute for a place like Florida and right now at the time is perfect for my lifestyle. It is what they call the Urban Stroller.
- Smooth with great suspension
- Very Stylish
- Option to adapt from infant to toddler
- Easy to travel with
- Easy to clean
- Crazy Cute and super safe harness
- Adjustable handles best on height
- Customizable canopy and seat fabric
I can only name one thing I don’t like. I have the option to flip the seat of the stroller, so Alice can face me. However, I don’t like that I can’t close the stroller when it’s in that position. I have to change the seat back to where she would be facing away from me. But I feel that most strollers don’t have that option to close. So, what’s a little work? I feel with all it’s great qualities it compensates for what it can’t do.
If you are in the market for buying this particular stroller you just have to ask yourself is it worth the money? Do you think this stroller will be a good investment for the best experience for you and baby?
In reality, it all comes down to your lifestyle. If you are constantly on the go, this is the stroller for you. You have to know what you want to get from this stroller whether it’s based on it’s design or performance.
If you have any questions about this stroller feel free to drop some. I would love to hear from you.