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bugaboo cameleon³ kite

As a first-time mama, there are a lot of decisions to make about baby gear. But this second time around, I know what’s what...especially when it comes to which stroller to buy.

You see, there are strollers. And then there is a bugaboo. And now that I’ve been around the block (literally. With a bugaboo.), I know the difference.

This week on Well Rounded, we're not just giving away a stroller, we're giving away a bugaboo. And we're giving away one of the very coolest limited editions out there: the bugaboo cameleon³ kite.

There's a reason the mamas behind Well Rounded all happen to use bugaboos: they're simply the best for city living. And the bugaboo cameleon3 kite is no exception. A limited edition version of the iconic cameleon, bugaboo’s original stroller, the kite is versatile, multi-terrain, light and compact. It can take you from newborn to toddler, from the city to woods, and from sand to snow (hello, urban jungle!).

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When it comes to design, the cameleon3 kite has everything you could ask for in a stroller: a reversible & reclinable seat (so baby can see and sleep every which way), a reversible & adjustable handlebar (perfect for one-handed strolling), and adjustable suspension to meet your infant or toddler’s weight. The small swivel front wheels make it majorly maneuverable for those tight city turns, and the foam-filled, large back wheels keep the ride smooth no matter what’s happening on the sidewalk below.

The cameleon3 comes with both a base seat (including a five point safety harness with height adjustable shoulder straps and a one-click release) and a bassinet (including a mattress with an aerated inlay). It’s also got tons of other fixins’ like a rain cover and extendable UPF50+ sun canopy, and it’s compatible with some of our favorite infant car seats.

Plus, since it’s part of the bugaboo stroller system, it’s easy to incorporate other awesome Bugaboo products. We’ve already got the comfort wheeled board for big brother (he can actually stand or sit on it!), and we’ve got our eye on the bugaboo stand too -- for now, it can hold our bassinet (we’ve got major sleepovers planned!), but later on, we’ll throw the seat on it and make it into a high chair. And since the cameleon3 seat is compatible with the bugaboo runner chassis, it’s nice to know we don’t have to invest in a full new running stroller.

Did we mention it’s absolutely gorgeous, with balsam green fabric, a stitched leather-look handlebar, and unique geometric kite print on the lining? Don’t worry, all those beautiful fabrics are machine washable.

Win the limited edition bugaboo cameleon³ kite (worth $1,319) by entering below.

Congrats to our winner, Emily M.!

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