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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy To Assemble & Use, and GORGEOUS As a first time Mom, I went completely overboard with researching a stroller for my little one. I decided - after comparing pretty much every stroller on the market - on the MB Cosmopolitan b/c of its versatility & ease of use. It works with the car seat as well as a bassinet-style buggy and regular stroller all rolled nicely into one. I love that the seat can be front or rear facing and how smooth & maneuverable it is. Not to mention that the fabric & overall style of the stroller is both minimal and gorgeous. I would highly recommend to anyone looking for the best investment for their little one.
Date published: 2014-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AMAZINGBALLS This is by far the best pram ever!! I have had this pram for about 8 months, easy to steer no matter what your doing, the added suspension helps with uneven surfaces and makes it a dream to push around absolutely everywhere, it's great for normal walks and even better for hiking. Cleaning and maintaining the pram is a breeze. The best part is how easy it is to get parts if you need or if you want to store it away in good condition. The pram compacts quite small making it easy to get in and out of a boot, it is extremely simple to fold down, a touch of the buttons on the side and one on the handle and it's done. This pram is well worth the $$$. I would not trade it!! Hope this helps you out :)
Date published: 2014-11-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK but not that practical I bought this 4 months ago before my son's birth after a long research. It is a good stroller for the money you spent on. I purchased the travel system so I have the car seat as well and I bought the new bassinet. My only problem is that you have to be a juggler to be able to take the bassinet out of the frame. You have to press 2 bottoms on the 2 sides at the same time while lifting the bassinet up (with your 3rd hand). Once the bassinet is in there is no way to reach the basket underneath to put your bag and stuff there. I'm looking forward to see how that works with the seat in. Overall great price for an OK stroller
Date published: 2015-04-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Disappointed fternoon, I recently purchased the Mountain Buggy Cosmopolitan. I decided on this one over the Urban or Swift because I like the fact that it can lay flat like a bassinet which would be perfect for my newborn and the product description made it sound like it would still have the versatility of any other MB. However, the pram itself feels so cheap and plasticky and whenever I do have my baby in laying flat it shakes quite severely and wakes my baby up. Im also having to constantly move him further up because the shaking causes him to wriggle all the way to the front making him all crammed up. Its also so hard to push on anything that isn't bitumen (grass even) which has caused me major back and shoulder pain. I have had to borrow my friends old MB Swift that is 7 years old just because I am unable to take mine anywhere. If I had of paid anything under $400 I would not be complaining but this pram cost just shy of $800 so for that much I expect a lot better quality. I don't know if the lack of quality is something that has diminished since Phil&Ted's bought the company? or if it's just because it is a "new breed" of MB and yet to be fully tried and tested
Date published: 2015-07-15
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