Review of the Maxi-Cosi Adorra

Maxi-Cosi Adorra

6
My personal rating would be 65 % - with a possibility to go much much higher if the main negative points would change
written by eli 19.6.2020
  • comfortable, spacious reversible seat
  • huge shopping basket
  • modern design
  • the center of gravity changes when you reverse the seat (facing you)
  • brake placement
  • noisy rear wheels
  • bulky fold
I would sum the Maxi-Cosi Adorra model up as a modern urban medium-sized stroller with a very, very pleasant weight - mainly compared to its size and space. There are multiple advantages that make it very easy to think about buying it - the padded, reversible seat unit that's honestly fantastically comfortable for any baby; the extra-large, accessible basket, the canopy coverage, and the stable chassis... But, as any giver pushchair, it has its downsides that made me a little indecisive in the end - mainly the brake and the center of gravity with a reversed, reclined seat. They are not that bad to darken the pros completely - but it always depends on what the priorities are and what do you need versus what do you mind the most. It's usually only a matter of time - for the manufacturer to make some details better and change things to better suit the customers. Anyway, if your car boot is large enough and the child's comfort is the thing you care about the most, the Adorra is an interesting choice for sure. My personal rating would be 65 % - with a possibility to go much much higher if the main negative points would change (or if they wouldn't affect you).

This is an extract from a full review of the Maxi-Cosi Adorra; you'll find the rest here: https://www.strollerbase.com/blog/strollerbase/article/article-title-adptfl/