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SOLD Bugaboo cameleon + lots of accessories NOW ?50


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Bugaboo cameleon well loved but ready to go to a new home.

Comes with a lot of accessories. (not the green set).


Quick sale

Offers welcome


ASK FOR MORE PHOTOS IN PRIVATE AS CAN NOT UPLOAD MORE HERE.


Included:

* Grey collection: carrycot (no grey apron) seat, large shopping basket.

* Yellow fleece collection: seat liner, breezy sun canopy.

* Denim Limited edition collection: carrycoat with apron, canopy (faded by sun).

* 2 carrycoat mattresses (original cameleon and brand new John Lewis).

* Cup holder.

* 5 points seat belt (one attach is broken as seen in pic but still usable)

* foam bumper bar.

* foam handle bar: shows signs of use, and does not stay up anymore but as I am not very tall I never needed to put it up.

* Change from street facing to parent facing in a click.

* Beige canopy (a few stains).

* Hand brake working.


This pram is very good for park or wood ride because it has 2 massive wheels. Folds quickly into a car boot. Lots of space for baby and for shopping, toys, snacks...

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