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Maxi Cosi Loola Review

7 Jun

The Loola on the Pier

Dave Price of the CBS Early Show wanted to see a jungle of strollers. And that’s what he got. The crew came and oohed and aahed my collection. But which was the one that really caught their eye? The Maxi Cosi Loola, formerly known as the BebeConfort Loola.

For years, we in Strollerland were forced to import this French beauty from Europe. And we paid a pretty penny to ship her over. But as you can see, she’s worth it. So, beautiful day on the beautiful Pacific, for my beautiful daughter’s birthday…yep, choose the most beautiful stroller. And it was only a coincidence that the vibrant aqua and turquoise of the “ChocoMint” matched the sea. The handles are not height adjustable, but you can rotate them in, for a more comfy push. The Loola is a rare beast; it’s a reversible umbrella stroller. The seat is very easy to reverse. It just pops on and pops off. One nice thing is that you can fold it in one piece, with the seat in either direction. And the fold is much more compact than on most reversibles. It stands alone when folded.

The wicked shocks made the Loola’s performance on the bumpy pier a lot better than the small wheels would have suggested. It’s small size allowed it to zip around the crowds, without running anyone down. The full canopy made it a pretty good choice for the sun. The plush fabrics and deep recline made a very cozy bed for SP 2.0. So all things considered, the Loola is not a bad choice for a full day outing.

But since it was a birthday party, with lots of pre-teen girls, SP 2.0 spent most of it being passed around.

So the Loola pulled a double duty carrying the birthday presents. You can load an awful lot onto this stroller, with no fear of it tipping. It is very solid. Another really nice feature is that you can lock the front swivel wheels into a fixed position, without bending down. The wheel locks are little switches up by the handles!

Oh, there’s SP 2.0, surveying the waves!

At the end of the day, he did take a nice long nap.
The seat pad is reversible and washable. And not that we needed it this day, but the Loola does come with a rain cover.  Maxi-Cosi Loola Stroller
Weight: 28 pounds
Seat Width: 12″
Seat Back: 20″
Seat to Canopy: 22″
Width: 24″
Length: 28″
Floor to Seat: 21″
Handle Height: 37.5″