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Combi Cosmo Stroller


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Combi Cosmo Stroller
3.9 out of 5 based on 14 user reviews.


Cred: 2518
Review by JRHollywood on Jan. 14, 2011
My model is a couple year old now, I should point out before I review, that I hate strollers, but of all the strollers I have I like this one the best. It's just like an umbrella stroller but so much better. Packs away small and offers all the features a large bulky stoller offers. Easy to turn small enough to fit through doors.
The Straps to keep it upright/recline stretched causing the screws to slip through. I've had to remove the screws and place washers to prevent this. But a word of advice, don't let your 2 yr old nephew who's 3 times the weight of a normal toddler sit in the seat and stretch the holes to begin with. :/



Cred: 1130
Review by emcardle22 on Feb. 19, 2011
Fantastic stroller. Lightweight and easy to maneuver in stores. Folds up easily and compact. Reclines well and the straps are secure. Mesh fabric stays cool, even though it is black. Works with Combi stroller, so it's a GREAT lightweight travel system.
No cup holders for parents. Wheels get stuck on even the tiniest of bumps.
Ideal Age: 6-12 months



Cred: 553
Review by mamaJank on Apr. 07, 2011
This is a must have for airport travel!!!! I loved the fact that it's not heavy to carry on the shoulder strap.It's great inbetween clothes racks and tight spaces. Good deal for the buck.
It's a little rocky. Doest cut corners like a bmw. LOL


Cred: 890
Review by tricia17 on Apr. 22, 2011
My model is over a year old now. Lightweight, carrying strap is handy, basket is a decent size for the size of the stroller, attractive look. Folds small. Seems comfortable and recline is easily adjustable.
Best for inside or paved surface and NOT sand. Clicking carseat in was tricky. No parent cup holder.



Cred: 660
Review by kimvader on Jun. 22, 2011
Very lightweight, and folding to fit into the trunk of my car easily (nissan Altima and Versa). It is easy to open and close and very roomy for little one to lounge. She likes to put her feet up on the handle bar.
It is kinda wobbly and the brakes are not easy to unhook. The wheel squeaks a little but when you put a lot of weight on the stroller (ie shopping bags)


Cred: 625
Review by cendy on Jul. 06, 2011
Cute style, lightweight and compact (compared to most)
No cup holder for parents, not much storage space underneath, and the car seat does not click in to place easily all of the time for some reason.
My alternative is wearing my baby in my Ergo carrier. Much easier and he seems to enjoy it a lot more than the few times he was in the stroller.


Cred: 270
Review by GeekyPeach on Nov. 18, 2010
Is just enough. It is spacious enough for the kid and the essentials, but no more fuss than that. I love that! It folds up tiny, is ultra-light, has a useful shoulder strap, and has been very durable. We have logged so many miles as well as 2 Disney trips and airport trips in this baby, and have been glad to have it as a quality alternative to the huge cadillac versions that are about.
I wish the wheels were a bit smoother. It's not that big of a deal though.


Cred: 38
Review by Michele5000 on May. 07, 2011
I like this stroller a lot. Lightweight, yet still sturdy. Folds up nicely. We were able to use it with my DD when she was under 6 months old by using a padded insert to get her a tight fit in there. Here's a photo w/the insert. (Summer Infant, I think)
Sometimes when closing, it doesn't seem to fold nicely, wheel entangle and then the locking mechanism doesn't stay closed.



Cred: 1257
Review by Scraphappydenise on Jun. 24, 2011
I love how portable the Combi Cosmo Stroller is. It is lightweight, portable, and absolutely perfect for both of my girls.
Now that I have two children I had to give it up for a double stroller.


Cred: 433
Review by JulieR on Aug. 08, 2011
It is a lite weight stroller easy to fold and unfold. Love it!
It does not have a cup holder but you can always buy the attachment for it.


Cred: 366
Review by AllieH on Apr. 24, 2011
Small, lightweight easy to fold up
corners terribly, I used it to walk two blocks to my Parents, it was the worst walk ever! I put it in the garage and it has stayed put there.


Cred: 248
Review by raegansolomon on Apr. 27, 2011
This was my first stroller after the travel system. I love how lightweight it is, and that you can put it on your bag if your child decides to walk.
The straps are difficult to adjust.


Review by Facebook User on Nov. 15, 2010
Lightweight, portable, practical
Only works with Combi infant car seat.


Cred: 27
Review by MayraVane on Apr. 26, 2011
Very Light!
No cup holder for parent
Ideal Age: 18 - 24 months
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