- lovely look
- seat length
- mesh seat, incredible for summer
- a larger fold when the seat is parent-facing
- open seat/short canopy (when in lie-flat mode)
- narrow seat (we're ok with it)
Even if narrower, the seat surface (about 95 cm) is absolutely OK even with a 3yo. I love that you can feel the suspension, and also the simple fold. The one niggle would be that in the reversed position, it is larger than when you fold it forward-facing. Oh, and maybe the open seat/shorter canopy when lying flat...
And - it looks so lovely and elegant 😍🤩 (we've got the rose gold frame).
- Beautiful design
- Great suspension
- Large canopy
- Even with smaller wheels it tackles some terrain
- Saves a lot of space when folded
- Easy one hand folding system
- The leg rest could be a few cm longer, but that's not really a problem
The Cybex Mios 2020 Spring Blossom Dark was my dream since the moment I saw it. I am using it around town, the roads are quite OK. It tackles normal sidewalks well as cobblestones, or little stones on a worse terrain even - we went over grass patches as well. No problem with a village road either, and of course I am not going to use it in a forest... The nice suspension is great and can be felt, which is a great advantage.
No need to talk much about the design - it is simply a pushchair that makes every head turn
The one-hand folding is also a huge plus and helps me a lot. The pushchair doesn't take much space in the trunk. The rear wheels closer together are really nice for our narrow door. I go through easily and I don't scratch the rear wheels as I do with a Cybex Balios S.
The pushchair is a bit expensive but well worth the money. My daughter is 16 months old, 79 cm tall, and weighs 9.8 kg, and she fits in with winter cosytoes without problems. I can absolutely recommend it. I am happier with it than with any other model I owned.
I just love how beautiful it is! Perfect for a city mum. I have the Jeremy Scott edition, and it's a gem, really. There was, however, a problem with fading of the canopy - but they gave me a new one after putting in a complaint. This shouldn't happen with such an expensive model, I think. But now all is well again 😍
Beautiful, and the suspension is even better than the Priam's. I recommend it!
- Smaller wheels
A luxury ride for the city, but for a luxury price. It is higher up and more spacious than the Bee, and the push is so much better here too, so if unsure, take the Mios over the Bee.
- an extra large hood
- easy folding
- nice to push
- small wheels
Suitable for the city, shops and shopping malls. An excellent choice for travelers.
A top-of-the-line pushchair for me!!! For such small wheel size, it tackles terrain incredibly, no rattling! I am very happy with it 😉
- workmanship, design with many details
- simple folding
- perfect push (on smooth surfaces)
- ventilated summer seat
- small wheels
- shallow basket
- worse center of gravity on the rear-facing reclined position
- short seat surface
I bought this stroller after owning a Joolz Hub - and I was sorry that I changed it 😞 It's a stroller for either shopping or undemanding walks on smooth surfaces. There, the maneuvering is great, and the fold is perfect. After folding, it's handy and compact; I could easily load it in my tiny Ford Fiesta. I never learned if it can be folded rearward-facing, but I couldn't do it, the canopy always fell down if I tried. I also appreciated the rotating adjustment of the handlebar - I like it much more than the telescoping handlebars. Also, the weight is very pleasant, even though it's not the lightest stroller there is.
The chassis is sturdy and with a very nice suspension system, but you need to lubricate it from time to time; otherwise, it will start to squeak. If you add the rattling of the wheels on bad terrain, it "sounds" like an old stroller you have for your fourth kid 😃 😃 I had it in "Matt Black" which tends to get scratched easily, so I don't recommend this colorway. The wheels truly are not good on terrain, nor snow, nor cobblestones... best for interiors. Not even the nice suspension doesn't help there - they're too small with a narrow footprint, which means good maneuvering and a smooth push, but only on smooth surfaces. The basket is nice in size, but shallow - if I wanted to keep it for longer, I would probably have it made better at the tailor.
The seat unit has a ventilated, mesh upholstery plus an insert you pick the color of - great for summertime. You can recline it fully, which is great, but if you do it in the parent-facing mode, the center of gravity changes and the push is less smooth. The seat is designed a bit strangely to me - the sitting part plus the leg rest are short in my opinion, my 16mo daughter had her legs dangling in the laying position. After reclining the seat, the seat gets slightly longer, but still, I find it good up to maximum 2 years, after which the child looks too big for the Mios. The canopy is extendable, but it's still not big enough for the reclined position (the sun shone straight on the face of my napping daughter). The harness only works as a five-point - no way to make it a three-point one, as I was used to from other strollers I owned. The fabrics are nice to touch, easy-to-clean, I liked those.
I would sum it up as a fashion accessory for parents that want to be IN, being OK only on smooth sidewalks and shopping malls. A normal mom will be happier with a cheaper but more practically designed stroller.
- summer-friendly mesh backrest
- XXL canopy
- small, solid wheels
I am absolutely satisfied so far. I find the mesh backrest to be my most fav feature!
- Summer seat
- Not much space (and we're 10mo)
- Not much leg space
- In the reclined position, it is too open
- The handlebar has too much will
- Weird center of gravity
- Small basket
We only kept it a week. It is really not worth that much money.