Product Reviews / 12 February, 2020 / My Baba

A Review Of The Limited Edition Bugaboo Bee 5 Coral: The Ultimate Stroller For Spring?

Can you believe that it’s already mid-February? The new decade is well and truly underway and we are so excited that Bugaboo has already treated us to a new, limited-edition stroller – the Bugaboo Bee 5 Coral.

The sky might be grey and the weather wet and windy but the luxury Dutch pushchair brand’s new addition to the Bugaboo Bee 5 range will no doubt add a splash of colour to what can be a dark and dreary start to the year.

Introducing the Bugaboo Bee 5 Coral

In 2019, Pantone announced its famous Colour of the Year as Living Coral. It’s “animating and life-affirming” qualities combined with its “warmth and nourishment” made it a trending colour around the world. So we’re not surprised that Bugaboo was inspired to use this colour for its stylish new stroller.

Not only is coral easy on the eye but we feel the colour communicates a sense of light and playfulness – something that we all need a little bit of in 2020.

Stand out in the City

The Bugaboo Bee 5 is already a much-loved stroller within its diverse collection. Also referred to as the “urban pushchair”, it is notorious for its ability to keep up with city life as well as provide optimal comfort for your child.

The Bugaboo Bee 5 Coral encompasses all the features of the original Bee 5 and more. Bugaboo has taken the stroller to the next level by introducing further improvements that help to make it stand out in the market.

Here’s an insight into the Bugaboo Bee5 Coral and what we love about it.

New colourway

As we have already mentioned, the most obvious new feature of the Bugaboo Bee 5 Coral is its colourway. We love the boldness and vibrancy of the coral and not only is it stylish but the perfect colour as we draw closer to spring.

Another distinct feature is the lively red wheel caps that we feel give the pushchair that extra edge – particularly against the clean, grey melange base.


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A breezy bassinet

One of our standout features is the new and improved bassinet. Longer outings will now become easier with the updated carrycot with breezy window panels and light, airy fabric to keep your child cool and comfy at all times.

There is also a ventilation panel in the sun canopy that ensures thorough air circulation for your child. We love anything that assures the comfort of our child and believe this new feature has been carefully thought about to help protect them against the hot weather or even stuffy public transport.

If you thought the original Bee 5 was comfortable then you’re going to love the Coral. You’ll never have to worry about your child being restless because this pushchair is comfier than ever.  

The Bee 5 Coral features extra padding to make the journey even comfier for them. If you’re looking for a smooth ride for both you and your tot, then this is the stroller for you.

Contact Bugaboo

If you want to find out more information about the Bugaboo Bee 5 Coral or any of their strollers, don’t hesitate to contact a member of their friendly team.


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