Reviews and Problems with Mountain Buggy Cosmopolitan
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" Get this not a bugaboo!…"
22 October 2013
Excerpt: I got the cosmo for baby no.2 after having a bugaboo for the first one. When I saw it, I fell in love. It is so cool and comfy and does everything my bugaboo did and more. The biggest advantage being that I didn't have to change the bassinet over to make a seat. I can now use it for both children ( baby and toddler) by just adjusting straps.
Excerpt: I've been using this buggy with my 2 year old for 3 weeks now. The positives for me were that it was very easy to put together, fold and adjust between the carrycot/pushchair. I was really pleased with how easy it is to steer as I've had several prams before that haven't manoeuvred well at all and this was a breeze in comparison. It handles well, turns and goes up and down kerbs very easily. It also looks nice and is quite modern looking.
Excerpt: I have a 24 month old DS and a 4 month old DD & was looking for a buggy which would meet both their needs. DD hates being front facing & likes to be secure and cosy whereas DS rarely tolerates being in a buggy and likes to see what's happening. From the moment I put DD in it she seemed so happy & content but, try as I might, I can't get the straps to go short enough to hold her securely while still allowing enough space between the strap adjuster and the buckle to let it...
" Versatile, handles well but it's not perfect for newborn.…"
18 June 2013
Excerpt: The positives of this buggy are: -The same attachment is used as carry cot and seat so you don't end up with loads of parts to this buggy. -It offers all the versatility you would expect from a travel system. -Once you have the fixings, the maxi-cosi car seat slots in and out really easily. -It handles well. It feels solid and manoeuvres around corners nicely. -it collapses and assembles easily. -suitable for urban use; as advertised.
Excerpt: Mountain Buggy Cosmopolitan Review. I have been using the Mountain Buggy Cosmopolitan for just over a week, I have an 18 week old baby and a toddler. I was really impressed with how easy it was to assemble, it just slotted together - I did it one handed whilst holding the baby and found it simple.