Summary: a fab pushchair was great on my uk holiday as it doesnt take up much room in the boot. yet it still reclines for when baby is asleep unlke the zap which i would say is the closest competetor. it has 4 wheels making it quite stable. you can easily fit a footmuff for the colder months i have the buggysnugle which fits fab. this buggy will be fab in the summer months as its light and a toddler could easily climb in and out unaided. the straps are easy to adjust and fit.
Pros: very light to push fits universal footmuff has a plastic strip to protect from scuffs and stains from dirty shoes which is wipe clean one haded fold which actually takes one hand! compact fold and suitcase handle is fab
Cons: you cant hang anything more than your changing bag on the handle bars its not strong enough the basket is shallow the handle bars are low im 5"4 was ok for me just but my husband is 6"4 he stoops!
Summary: Left side of stroller doesn't click/lock into place like the right side does(even though the booklet shows that it should!!!). Leaving it floppy when folded down and even worse its not too rigid/secure when in use!!!
Summary: Having an old boy who had been standing on the back of my old push chair and it broke one morning - This was a perfect solution to getting him to walk - he is more than capable but just lazy. I love this push chair, the breaking system is great. Easy to push, lightweight, easy to fold literally one hand (usually when they say that they never are but this really is). Great when my younger boy wants to walk as I can collapse it and pull it along.
Summary: I've owned this stroller for over 2 years now. We bought it for travelling abroad, as it folds so compactly and is relativity light weight. It did the job nicely every time! We took it on planes - a good few times (we tied a strip of material or some rope around it to keep it securely closed together in case of brutal handling in plane hold, and experienced no problems). We crammed it in very fully-packed cars - it fitted in the footwell in front of the child-seat.
Summary: Pro's- my little boy looks extremely comfortable in it compared to other buggys. It is so compact and easy to fold away. Cons- the small wheels are very plasticky and rattle like mad. The handle bars could do with being slightly higher. I am 5ft10 n it seems really low down to push and the brake doesn't seem too sturdy. Sometimes it feels like the brakes been pressed in when it hasn't. I do like this pram but it could be a whole lot better just by altering simple things.
Summary: The maxi-cosi Noa pushchair is everything I ever wanted: small but comfortable, easy to fold and unfold, very light, perfect for trips and shopping and my 21 months old daughter just loves it.
A great little stroller and fab if you travel/use public transport a lot
23 February 2014
Excerpt: I have owned my maxi cosi Noa for about a year now and have put it through it's paces in a variety of places and situations. Starting at the beginning, in the box you will find the stroller (fully assembled) a rain cover, a parasol attachment clip and an instruction manual. I had a brief read of the manual and it was pretty self explanatory. So far, so good!