Time to sadly say bye bye Bugaboo as our impending arrival means we need new wheels for our expanding family. As I am not so keen on the side-by-side option and turned off by the trusty but not massively aesthetically pleasing Phil and Teds, I have been scouring around for another option. Hello Mima Kobi. Super sleek and easy on the eye, my new wheels are one way to make sure my littlies travel in style and comfort. Designed by Dutchman Davy Kho, of Bloom highchair fame, the Mima Kobi adopts a five in one design. This versatile buggy evolves with your family so it is perfect for:
- One baby
- One toddler
- 2 newborn babies
- One toddler and one baby (this will be us!)
- Two toddlers
What I love most about my new buggy is how easy it is to convert to the various stages and collapse up and down. With a flip-flop friendly foot break, the Kobi satisfyingly ‘clicks’ everything into place. The carrycot miraculously pops out of the seat pod so no need to store elsewhere. You can have your little one faciing forward or towards you. There are 2 height positions for the seat/carrycot and 3 angles to recline them. Not forgetting a handy storage pod underneath. Being quite tall the handlebar is also adaptable so no more hunchback of Notre Dame for me. Little A is delighted with his new ride although he has been wanting to check out the baby’s carrycot too (best now I guess whilst they are not in it!). If you are in the market for an up-and-under double pram then see below for your nearest Mima Kobi stockist.
Check out the various travel system options below in the gallery:
All in the detail:
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The Single Kobi starts from £899, double from £1199 and twin package from £1299
Available colours: Dark Grey, Grecian White, Chocolate Flair, Black Flair, Camel Flair and Snow White Flair.
Accessories can come in: Pure Black, Sangria Red and Soft Pink
We got the Dark Grey and Pure Black combo
Also worth noting it is compatible with our Maxi Cosi Pebble too