Mamas & Papas is refreshing its range of pushchairs for 2014 by introducing updated versions of the popular Sola, Urbo and Mylo travel system pushchairs.
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Mamas and Papas Sola2
The Mamas & Papas Sola (£299) has been one of the most viewed pushchair reviews on the Which? website over the past few years and competes for popularity with the Quinny Buzz and Babystyle Oyster.
The new Sola2 travel system pushchair will featuring a reversible seat that can be replaced by Cybex, Graco or Primo Viaggio car seats (if you buy the appropriate adaptors).
It will also be compatible with the Sola2 carrycot – which is suitable for occasional overnight sleeping.
The Sola2 will be available in black, lime, red, pink and aquamarine, with matching accessories including parasols, footmuffs and changing bags.
Mamas and Papas Urbo2
Described as ‘built for city steering’, Mamas & Papas claims to have made 22 upgrades to the Urbo (current version £399).
- an integrated insect net and snooze shade and air vent in the hood
- a more upright backrest
- a redesigned footmuff and better fitting raincover
- a carrycot with improved space inside but 25% smaller externally
- a more visible brake pedal with a smoother surface on the underside
Pitched as a direct competitor for the Bugaboo Bee and iCandy Strawberry, the Urbo2 will be available in black, navy, beige, teal and pink as well as a special edition fabric called ‘Foxleaf’ designed by quirky-textile designer Donna Wilson.
We’ll be testing the new Urbo2 in 2014 to find out how it compares. In the meantime you can read our review of the current .
Mamas and Papas Mylo2
The original Mylo (£595) is a high-end pushchair and the new Mylo2 has been designed to further challenge premium competitors such as the Bugaboo Cameleon 3 and Stokke Xplory.
A big selling point of the Mylo2 will be its claim to one-handed folding – something that we’ll confirm when we get the Mylo2 to our pushchair-testing lab in 2014.
The Mylo2 will be all about comfort and will feature a soft, moulded, reversible seat with adjustable footrest and an adjustable leatherette handle for the yummy mummy or designer dad who pushes it.
The Mylo2 carrycot can be used on a stand and will be suitable for overnight sleeping.
The Mylo2 will be available in navy, pink and teal, with matching accessories including car seats, footmuffs, parasols and changing bags.
Which? pushchair reviews
None of these new models will be released until Spring 2014 and prices have not been disclosed yet.
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