MAXI-COSI – NOT YOUR AVERAGE PUSHCHAIR
Pushchair Trader has reviewed all of the Maxi-Cosi pushchairs and one thing you will notice from its reviews is that Maxi-Cosi is unique and original – no copying and rehashing the same old pushchair design and umbrella fold. Each pushchair has ripped up the rule book and got its own style and easy to use functionality.
Maxi-Cosi has three fully functional pushchairs / travel systems: Maxi-Cosi Elea , Maxi-Cosi Streety Plus , the Maxi-Cosi Mura and one stroller / buggy: the Maxi-Cosi Noa . Tried and tested; one thing you will note about Maxi-Cosi’s well-designed pushchairs is that they fold brilliantly. Reading through each review on Pushchair Trader for the Maxi-Cosi collection of pushchairs the ‘foldability’ is always praised. “Folding ability that only Optimus Prime could beat” Pushchair Trader on Maxi-Cosi Streety Plus Pushchair Trader comments on the Maxi-Cosi Streety Plus : “Anyone with the slightest interest in the way things work will appreciate how Maxi-Cosi has made a cleverly complex fold seem so simple.” The Maxi-Cosi Elea’s fold was described as ‘ingenious’, the Maxi-Cosi Noa has an ‘amazing one-hand fold’ and the Maxi-Cosi Mura’s fold is ‘unique’ and the compact fold is ‘really easy to perform’.
All of the pushchairs are easy to fold and unfold and fold really compact with some of the pushchairs designed with an extra compact fold for storage. Anyone who knows about Maxi-Cosi as a brand will know that it strives to make the life of a parent as easy as possible. It’s hard enough raising a family without having ‘raising the pushchair’ issues to boot. Practicality, comfort and ease of use resonate through each and every member of its family, from pushchair to car seat. “As it turns out it’s simple. Almost too simple.” Pushchair Trader on Maxi-Cosi Elea Attaching a baby carrier such as the Maxi-Cosi Pebble or CabrioFix is easy, even turning the seat unit around is simple – no fiddly lining up to do as you near the slots they seem to find their own way into position and reassure you with a loud ‘click’.