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27 questions from our users

Cleo

Cleoasked

Rover

Hello, Can you fold the pram with the seat on parent-facing?
Many thanks

2 answers
Babybee
Babybee P.Babybee

Hi Cleo,
The seat will need to be outwards facing :)
Team Babybee

Sophie
Sophie

Outwards facing as when it collapses the flat part of the seat needs to go against the frame :)

Danger is my middle name

Danger is my middle nameasked

Rover

Hi,
I What is the height of the handle bar? My husband is TALL so this is a consideration for me.
Thank you

1 answer
Babybee
Babybee P.Babybee

HI There, The max handlebar height is 108cm

Baby c

Baby casked

Rover 2020

Is there a way to attach a harness or something to strap baby in to the bassinet so baby won’t slide while walking up hills/getting on public transport etc

1 answer
Babybee
Babybee P.Babybee

HI There,

Unfortunately the ROVER bassinet does not allow for a harness. All bassinets will slope slightly towards the feet end to ensure that no matter where your baby is placed inside, the bassinet will never slope towards the head end (which could be dangerous).

All of our pram models are lab-tested and adhere to Australian Standards for safety and durability.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to ask we are happy to help!

Lauren S.

Lauren S.asked

Rover 2020

Hi team! What material is the frame made out of?
Thanks!

1 answer
Babybee
Babybee P.Babybee

Hi Lauren,
The frame is made of aluminium, which is why it is both super sturdy and lightweight! It's also backed by a 3-year warranty ;) Let us know if you have any other questions!

Kayla P

Kayla Pasked

Rover

Can I purchase, swap and install current wheels for bigger wheels on the Babybee Rover 2020?

1 answer
Babybee
Babybee P.Babybee

Hi kayla,

Thanks for the question!
The ROVER comes with Aeroglide wheels and unfortunately cannot be interchanged for different wheels.

Team Babybee

Vicky V.

Vicky V.asked

Rover 2020

The manual says the bassinet is not designed to be carried by the belly bar with your child
inside. I thought one of the perks of a bassinet was taking it off with baby inside to allows access into small spaces without having to take in the whole pram with you? For example, a cafe or shop. I think other bassinets allow this functionality? FTM doing lots of research!

3 answers
Babybee
Babybee P.Babybee

Hi Vicky.
We've also responded to your question via email, but for the sake of anyone else thinking the same:
There have unfortunately been cases globally of babies falling whilst in the bassinet causing injury due to the belly bar failing. Whilst Babybee has thankfully never had this happen, there is a risk that if the belly bar isn't completely clicked in properly and the parent tries to pick it up, it could release. So we would suggest either giving the belly bar a firm tug before picking up (to be sure it is indeed securely clicked in) or you keep one hand under the base just in case.

Vicky V.
Vicky V.

Thanks team! Another quick question, does the pram attachment lay fully flat?

Babybee
Babybee P.Babybee

Hi Vicky, the bassinet is a fully flat surface. The whole seat reclines back to 180 degrees (not just the back rest). Best way to see this in action is our demo video here: https://youtu.be/Ccs5MhlSiKo
Please feel free to email us at [email protected] if you require more videos, photos etc!

Sarah F.

Sarah F.asked

Rover 2020

How has this pram gone when you have taken it onto grass? I will be attending lots of footy matches so interested to know how people have found it pushing it on grass. Thanks in advance.

3 answers
Rebecca Matthew
Rebecca Matthew

I can’t say I’ve taken it on the grass as of yet! Sorry

Babybee
Babybee P.Babybee

Hi Sarah, thanks for asking! Our prams have been designed for urban living so footpaths, shops and local parks are ideal surfaces. When it comes to off-road and uneven terrain which some grassed areas can be, they can definitely handle it, it just won't feel as comfy for you or bub as a 3 wheeled jogging stroller would with much larger wheels.

It's really the front swivel wheels that may become the issue rather than the rear. And the same is true for all strollers with smaller front swivel wheels less than 18cm diameter. You will need to lock the front wheels so they can't swivel however even when locked they won't handle the bumps and potholes in grassed areas like a larger wheel would.

Our new Aeroglide wheels are made for a new type of rubber that offers a more cushioned ride than regular EVA wheels so you'll notice that they wear much better and stay looking newer for far longer. They're also puncture proof which is a big plus! Hope this helps answer your question! - The Babybee Team

Eve
Eve

Hi there, just following on from above - we experienced quite bad wheel shudder from the front wheels of our new Duo yesterday when taking it on uneven terrain briefly. Is there a way to set them straight again? They continued to be very shaky afterwards. Also, if you got the Aeroglide front wheels, would you also need to buy them for the back too? Or could you continue to use the regular back wheels with it? Thanks for your help!

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