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Joolz Day+ vs. Cybex Priam vs. Nuna Mixx Next, which is better? Is Joolz a good brand?

 
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Kcl48 • 10 Jul 2022

Hi,

I’m looking to buy a new stroller and not decided yet between the Joolz Day+, the Cybex Priam or the Nuna Mixx Next.

I like the Joolz style but is not too popular here in US. It is a good brand? Thanks

Eli • 10 Jul 2022

Hey there,

From your picks, I would immediately say the Nuna Mixx Next is the weakest option. It is the bulkiest of them all, the least spacious in the seat (it has a short seat and short leg rest, meaning less longevity for your toddler), and the frame is made less sturdy and develops looseness over time the most. That's why this would not be my choice, even if it is quite heavily promoted in the US.

That leaves us with the Cybex Priam vs. Joolz Day Plus, where Priam is the more compact and with a lie-flat seat (and it is also the more stylish) = the more suitable for city living for sure, and the Day+ is the more robust as well as bulky, with very nice suspension, bucket-style seat (nice for reflux, but not all babies prefer that) and with a very nice push = ok for the city, but also nice on bumps, versatile for more terrains.

For me personally, as an urban parent, I would probably go with the Priam because I hated to put very large strollers in my car boot, and the Day+ will take up your whole boot. If, however, you don't mind a larger fold, it will actually be a very high-quality stroller that can take quite a lot, and even if it has smaller front wheels, it pushes very nicely. My personal choice here would probably be the Priam, though, even if with much less suspension, or perhaps the even smaller Mios - but I need a small city stroller, so you need to weight your needs in here-

Your -very berry- Eli.

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