So we've been mostly in the Cameleon these days (it's the only stroller we have in NYC at the moment), and I love it. More later, when I get some breathing/writing room, but I had a problem I've never even heard before on the subway today.
I was hustling down a couple of flights of stairs with the kid in the rig (no diaper bag, no underbag), holding it against my hip, with one hand on the crossbar and the other on the frame under the canopy. [I've learned--and forgotten and learned again--that you can't/shouldn't pick up a loaded Bugaboo by the canopy.]
Anyway, I guess I was torquing it quite a bit, because the seat popped off the base on one side, and this little metal brace running between the two seat clamps popped off.
I was right at the train, so it was no problem, although it kinda freaked me out for a second. Popping the rod back in was easy, but I wondered if it was supposed to be just held in place like that like a paper towel tube, or if it's supposed to be attached and mine's not.
Anyone else with a Cameleon mind jiggling or twisting the steel rod under their seat a bit? And letting me know? [And yes, I'm sure I could call Bugaboo and ask them, or email some bigwigs there, but 1) that seems high maintenance, and 2) then I wouldn't get credit for complaining about my Bugaboo once in a while. Don't I look extra-objective now?]