A DT reader just emailed in:
Thought i would try your opinion on options forMy first question is why a teenage boy is riding in a Bugaboo, but we'll set that aside. We, too, snagged some foam on our Cameleon--down on the lower corner of the frame, not really visible, except to ants--and it does seem a little excessive to return the whole frame in order to fix a piece of foam. [Although if you're in the Bergdorf-lunching, high-touch subsegment of the Bugaboo demographic, and/or belong to Citibabes, and this is your immediate and obvious response, fine. I'm sure Bugaboo's recycling their aluminum.]
repairing the foam handle on our bugaboo. while shoving the stroller into the back of the car, the foam handle was torn. add to that the picky fingers of a teenage boy and the small tear has become an entire unravelling of the foam strip. anyone else have this problem? i was considering those leather steering wheel wraps so i could hook it up mutsy style, but i'm not sure if they are long enough. appreciate any thoughts.
The all-white Bugaboo-by has a leather handle; maybe it's possible to have one custom cut by a shoe repair place--or by the guy who embossed your chaps?