So in conclusion, who is the Mima Zigi buggy best for? After careful consideration…
- A suburban car bound parent who’s going to pop the car seat into it when they’re little and use forward facing when they’re bigger. Small and lightweight to get in and out of the boot constantly.
- A city public transport bound parent who needs to duck and weave around the streets, fit into boutique shops and small bus aisles. Narrow and robust enough to be your primary pram.
- A traveling parent who needs a compact fold, easy travel system and good recline for naps on the go. Even if you have to gate check it, you’re getting so much more than other travel strollers.
Buggy, pushchair, stroller, pram, pousset, Raphael…whatever you call it, this is a device you definitely want to choose correctly so that you swipe right on the best buggy soul mate and avoid endless failed first dates.
Thanks to Mima and Cheeky Rascals for sponsoring this post. As always, my opinions are all honest and my own. With that in mind, I can truthfully say that the Mima Zigi stroller is really quite awesome and you’ll probably see me around town with it as it becomes the main buggy we use in our day to day!
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