Complete with aluminum frame styled in the iconic guise of a Charles and Ray Eames armchair, the Mios has small, puncture proof wheels, compact fold and all-wheel suspension and is billed as a durable, but dainty pushchair.
Features any parent will appreciate on the Mios are the lux carrycot, complete with memory foam mattress, 5kg basket, travel system compatibly and age range from birth to 17kg, which is about 4 years.
The stand-out feature however, is undeniably the Mios seat unit. As we mentioned above it’s been tested to seat a child up to 17kg, a full 2kg more than most buggies on the market. But it is a mesh lined seat, and therefore see through and ultra breathable.
An additional padded seat liner can be used with the Mios for the colder months, but this is certainly an airy pushchair.
And with the new Birds of Paradise fashion collection, we can say that the Mios is certainly going to be one of the best looking strollers out there.
Like all Cybex buggies you can get it in plain colours if a large orange parrot or camouflaged butterflies aren’t to your liking.
Available this summer, you can expect to spend around £600 on the brand new Cybex Mios buggy, and you can already preorder it.
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Having been a journalist for 15 years – and Reviews Editor at MadeForMums for five of those – Hazelann has accrued a lot of experience testing and reviewing every baby product imaginable.
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