Conclusion: The Mima Kobi is a head-turning convertible buggy. It truly stands out from the crowd with its design and innovative features. It doesn’t fair too well off-road and its minimalist design isn’t for everyone, but it’s a good investment if you intend to expand your family and city living is your long-term plan.
Pros: Stylish, innovative design, clever seat pod stores carrycot inside, two-position seat height, folds with one seat attached, parent and forward facing, travel system compatible, converts from single to double buggy
Cons: Expensive, brake system hard to engage, seat unit needs to be stored for the first six months while using carrycot, sunshade restricts height of seats