- Airy mesh backrest
- Reverses in both directions
- Can be put in a full reclining position
- Beautiful and timeless
- Possibility to pick your own colorway
- Smaller storage basket
- And maybe someone won't like the small wheels (I didn't have a problem)
For me the perfect stroller. I didn't find it until later when my son was 6 months old - so I don't know what the bassinet is like, but I'm extremely happy with the seat unit.
We bought it in May, so I started using it for the summer - and the incredible benefit was the mesh back. My son hardly sweated at all when he was in the stroller.
It is very lightweight, it weighs just over 8 kg. It can be folded with one hand, which was an advantage for me when I held my son in my arms - and it doesn't take up much space in the car. It fits easily in a smaller boot.
The seat is surprisingly large and roomy. My son is now 1.5 years old, 12kg, and fits in it with no problems with the Elodie Details footmuff. The sports section can face both forward and to the parent. It can be put in a full recline, which is what I wanted. Every previous stroller I've had can't be put into full recline. The Mios still has about 4 more positions and an almost upright seat position.
As for the little wheels, they are rubber and not as small as they seem. They have handled cobblestones in the city as well as the "village" road without a problem.
For the nest kid, I would definitely buy the Mios again with the bassinet, but I can't fit a skate for an older child, so I'll have to go with its bigger brother - the Cybex Priam. Otherwise, I recommend it to everyone 👍