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Mima Kobi
9.1 out of 10

Mima Kobi

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Overall 9
9.0

Expert Review

Made for Mums
18 August 2011
  • Conclusion: The Mima Kobi is a cleverly designed, stylish buggy packed with clever features. It’s expensive, but the option to upgrade to a double makes it a potential long-term investment. The Kobi’s not without niggles but it certainly offers something new to the buggy market.
  • Pros: Stylish, easy to use, handles well, two seat and carrycot heights, wipe clean seat, innovative seat pod, rear and forward facing, travel system compatible, can convert to a double buggy, Unlike some buggy brands, Mima has a very clear target audience. The Kobi shouts chic, urban cool. It doesn’t ...
  • Cons: Expensive, brake hard to engage, sunshade restricts height of seat, My major bugbear is the brake. Each time I tried to put it on, my foot slid off the pad. I had to try several times and be very purposeful to make sure it was on securely. Storing the carrycot inside the seat unit is a truly inno...
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Overall 9
9.0

Expert Review

Made for Mums
26 July 2011
  • 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...
  • 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, Aside from being able to convert from a single buggy to a double, the USP of the M...
  • 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, The Mima Kobi has a very clear target parent – think urban family, rather than country-family. For this reason, it’s hard to find much wrong with...
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