Deconstructing Product Design
I like that it has only single front wheels instead of double ones. Somehow, they have solved the problem of single, stearable wheels always vibrating back and forth without going to two wheels on each axel, as most all do. Some even have eight wheels to solve this!
A well presented product, however how do you protect the passenger junior from the elements?
Multi-configurable, attach-detach seats or cribs, no wheel-shaking, collapsable, tons of accessories, transformable into a beach buggy, but most of all: a stroller that makes sense, and that doesn’t say: “this one was purchased by my wife.” Too bad it was featured on Sex and the City 😉
I have recently purchased a Bugabo chameleon in Feb 2009 which I am not very happy with. If I walk at a fast pace (for instance I was running to get out of the rain) the front wheels of my bugaboo have a speed wobble and it’s very severe – it completely vibrates the whole pram.
I first purchased a Bugaboo Chameleon for the birth of my son in 2006. The pram was purchased in London, UK. This pram did not have a speed wobble.
I was wondering if there was anyone out there who has had a similar problem and how it was fixed?
The shop where I purchased the pram from have changed the front wheels but the problem still persists.
I would really appreciate any help/feedback you may have. I have been reading a number of review on various websites and none seem to mention this problem.
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