Expensive accessory, but worth it's weight in gold if you will use it!
Reviewed on 04 September 2017
Another great product from Bugaboo: Pros: Warmth - I love using the footmuff in winter as it means that I don’t have to always bundle my little one up in bulky winter clothes and blankets, all I have to do is slide them into the footmuff. Getting into the car is also easier because I don’t have the bulky winter clothes to remove. It’s also convenient when ducking in and out of shops and cafes, because instead of removing clothes each time, all I have to to is unzip the footmuff to cool my baby down. The actual fabric is fleece lined inside and water resistant on the outside. Ease of use - it is easy to attach to the seat fabric, it is machine washable, and the zip is easy to adjust from either the top or the bottom. There is also a drawstring cord for bunching the footmuff up near baby’s chest. Compatibility - I’ve only used this on a cameleon but it is compatible with all bugaboo models Converts to a seat liner - its easy to zip the cover right off to covert the footmuff into a seatliner. It’s also easy to reverse the fabric once the cover is off, to expose either the fleecy or cotton side. Cons: Price - at $130, these are expensive, and only really worth the outlay if you live in a cooler climate and know that you will use it often. I live in a warmer city in Australia, and don’t really use mine much, although it is indispensable and worth its weight in gold when I visit my in-laws in Canberra. Although it coverts to a seat liner, I don’t think the liner is as slimline as the bugaboo seat liners that you can buy individually. Overall, this is a well designed product that does perform well in cooler climates. The main question a potential buyer needs to pose to themselves is will they use it/need the warmth it provides.