Thursday, 15 August 2013

Maxi Cosi Noa review

Maxi Cosi Noa is an extremely compact stroller which can be easily folded and unfolded with just one hand. It's lightweight and still has a large enough seat to accommodate an older toddler.

Surprisingly it also reclines using zips on both sides of the seat. The recline is not flat but will be more than enough for a 6 month old baby. My son always slept nicely in it.
It has 2 separate handles which are not adjustable. They are set at about 103 cm at the very top and were simply too low for me to be comfortable whilst pushing the Noa.

I really liked how easy it was to adjust the 5-point harness to fit my boy.
The Noa has a descent size basket but the sides aren't supported enough and things have always fallen out of it so we had to be extra careful when packing it up. There's also a pocket in the back of the seat for some parent essentials or the raincover.
The Noa has a sun canopy but to be honest it never provided Jacob with any coverage as it points upwards instead of down.
The raincover that comes with the Noa is very easy to put on and stays in place even in strong wind.

The Noa has 4 smallish  double wheels which tackle most pavements and some spots of grass with no problems but can be noisy when walking at a faster pace.
What I didn't like about the Noa was the amount of play in the frame. This was worse with my son in it as his weight made the Noa's handles even lower.
When folded, the Noa is very compact and it even features a pull out handle so you can pull it behind like a suitcase.

I wasn't paid for this review. All opinions are my own.


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