Pushchairs: Compare features & prices Maxi-Cosi Loola review http://www.which.co.uk/baby-and-child/baby-transport/reviews/pushchairs/maxi-cosi-loola/review/
The Maxi Cosi Loola travel system is suitable from birth using the soft pram body and can be used as a travel system with Maxi-Cosi car seats (you'll have to pay extra for this, however). We put this travel system pushchair to the test.
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New pushchair with 2nd baby
We bought this for our 2nd and it was a fab best buy, with the windoo carry cot it makes a fab travel system, the standard pushchair reclines nicely for an infant, and now that baby is older it's brilliant when she can look around. The chair can be forward facing or rearward facing which I really appreciate. Would definately recommend.
An excellent travel system
We extensively reviewed travel systems/pushchairs for months before we bought this one and after 7 weeks of use we are very happy with the decision we finally made. We were looking for something not too expensive and light enough for me to use on my own.One of the best features of this puschair is the fact that it can be put up and down quickly, easily and with only one hand. I am 5 ft 5 and not particularly strong, and find it relatively light. It might not be the lightest, but I do not struggle to lift it into the boot.We have a VW golf and it fits in the boot easily with a lot of boot space left over. We bought the maxicosi car seat, and this was one of only 3 systems we could find which accommodate it. With extra adaptors, the car seat fits and again is easy enough to attach and remove from the frame. We bought this pushchair as it has a lie flat option from birth which we felt we needed to have. In reality, we have only used that for walks as the car seat option is so much more flexible. The lie flat option is still comfortable for the baby although has no padded straps. It also folds up easily when folding the pushchair. Also, the ability to lock the wheels and the safety catch mean that it can stand up on its end which is useful for storage.I have found the Loola easy to maneouvre, occasionally catching things when going round corners but I think this is my driving skills rather than the pushchair. It also feels lightweight when pushing. However, the front wheels do turn quite a lot which can then get stuck when I am lifting the front wheels up to get into the house. The handles can be adjusted into four orientations but cannot be adjusted by height. We are not tall and have found it to be comfortable to push.We are yet to use the raincover and footmuff that we bought with the pushchair, but the changing bag we got with it is good. It has a changing mat attached onto it which is brilliant, although the bag's zip has already broken on one side.All in all, I would thoroughly recommend the pushchair, at least at this stage (7 week old baby).
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