Maxi-Cosi Adorra

from Maxi-Cosi

by Catriona Watson |
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At a glance:

The new Maxi Cosi Adorran super compact and lightweight pushchair is an urban wonder, with best-in-class comfort for baby and ease of use for parents. Baby stays wrapped up comfortably whilst you easily navigate the suburbs and city. The Maxi Cosi Adorra pushchair is the complete package from birth to roughly 3.5 years old. It is a lie-flat pushchair when used with the included seat and therefore suitable from birth without the need for an additional carrycot.

Would you recommend this to other mums?

Chloe: I would recommend this product. It looks really modern, stylish and is really high quality. The material is so soft, very cushioned and comfortable for my baby. It has a big hood I can pull right over my son when it's really hot and it provides loads of shade. The pram also reclines fully for when my little one falls asleep.

Niamh: I would definitely recommend this pram. I love everything about it. My favourite part is the design. It comes in lovely colours and the inserts are so comfortable and supportive for the child. It is very easy to use and folds down to a decent size. The insert of this pram is easy to take out and wash which is great to keep the pram hygienic and clean. It is lovely to push around and feels very light.

Kate: I would recommend this product based on the aesthetics. It is a very nice design and style. I like the spacious basket underneath which is actually really important. The pushchair can sit upright or lay fully back which is great for newborns. It has an adjustable footrest. These are all great features. However, it is a little too bulky for me and I would not buy a pushchair that I couldn't fold down one-handed. The canopy lets in too much light which is not ideal when the baby is sleeping on sunny days.

How did this product make your life easier?

Sheri: This product is lovely and would make my life very easy for a mum who likes to go out and about. It has a sleek and stylish design and is a neutral colour. It has a lovely big basket underneath that can hold plenty of shopping. I like the way you can have the seat for your child to either face you or face away.

Jessica: This pram is so easy to push. It's easy to fold, is small and very easy to store. It doesn't take long to unfold it from the car. It doesn't take too much room in the boot. It is very lightweight and easy to guide along. The material is durable and easy to clean.

Anneli: I like the one piece fold on this pushchair, although it was not very intuitive. When it was folded I was unsure I had done it correctly as it didn’t flatten very well. It does go up easily, it is a simple motion that is quick to figure out. The buggy pushes along very nicely and is easy to steer. The shopping basket is a very good size. I like how the pushchair looks and the way the child can face both ways with good recline and a decent sun hood. The buttons to remove the chair meant you could remove the seat one-handed.

Would you choose this product to win?

Sarah: I would choose this above all other prams. It looks amazing, it screams class, is lovely to push, easy to fold and it is such a beautiful colour. It is built to last. Size-wise I can imagine it will last until my children turn four. My two-year-old still has lots of room in it and it's perfect for my eleven-month-old too.

Abigail: The one thing that makes the Maxi-Cosi Adorra stand out is the way it looks. It is stylish and has a great colourway. I would be happy to be seen pushing this pram. I think this should win because it is a great balance between practical and stylish. It is well made and looks like it would stand the test of time.

Michelle: The large storage basket is one of the key elements that make this pushchair stand out. I really like the look of the pushchair, and feel proud to be walking around using it. Maxi-Cosi have ensured that the main features are all integrated and are not at the expense of losing usability or performance. The pushchair is simple to use which is a major criterion for parents. It is seamless to make all adjustments, is the epitome of comfort and it has longevity (taking you from birth to toddler). Overall it’s a great bit of kit at an affordable price.

What changes would you make to this product?

Sarah: I think the product when folded could do with a bit of a rethink. The product is still a bit bulky and the handlebar scuffs on the floor. I would have liked a strap. My husband's main issue with the pushchair was the wobbly handlebar. He wanted it to be sturdier. I would also like a hood that covers the baby more.

Laura: I think the thing I would change is the strength. It seems very flimsy and has no suspension. It is easy to push but there is no give when going up and down curbs.

Sarah: As a pushchair, it works. The basket is ideal and it pushes easily enough, especially over bumpy ground. However, we have a travel system which is the same as this so we need a smaller, lightweight version next. It is bulky once folded and takes up the whole of my boot. This isn't practical as my little one gets older.

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