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Beauty is important, but if you look at the list of the highest-paid actresses in Hollywood, you'll see an additional component for success: these are a bunch of very smart ladies. Angelina Jolie is known for her work on global humanitarian causes; Jennifer Lawrence is everybody's homegirl, beloved by all for her down-to-earth sweetness and homespun wisdom; and Natalie Portman went to Harvard, for heaven's sake.
The Nuna Mixx Stroller aspires to a Portman-esque level of looks and intelligence, and we have to say, we're impressed. If there's a feature you're looking for in a stroller, the Mixx has it: reversible seat? Check. Usable from birth? Yup. One-piece fold? Indeed! Car seat compatible? You got it! Combine these elements with luxe looks, and you’ve got the Mixx.
There's a lot going on in the Mixx, so we apologize if this list runs a bit long, but you won't believe how many comfort and convenience features Nuna stuffed into this 24.9 pound stroller:
With all of these great features, the Nuna Mixx Stroller is a truly smart buy, and a head-turner to boot. It's a very wise choice!
Easy to handle, easy to use, durable, folds nice
I did a lot of research when buying a stroller and am so happy I ended up with the mixx thanks to the Magic Beans team. It is so easy to use, I am very tall and it works very well. It drives with one handle and my baby loves it. I can't say enough good things about it.
We needed a bigger stroller - upgrading from the snap and go style. I wanted something with a large canopy and big storage under carriage. I liked this one because it was high quality - shock absorption system, durable wheels for new england weather, adjustable positions. What I don't like is that you can't easily fold it when the seat is backward facing, its heavy and can't be lifted while holding anything else, a snap on the under basket broke immediately (though I assume this is covered by warranty and we will try to get it replaced), it veers to the left, and there are two really annoying parts of the seat near baby's hips - they are fabric flaps that do not neatly tuck in and I'm not really sure of the purpose. The good things are - the canopy is large and covers baby well when she is sitting up (but not when the seat is fully reclined), the storage is great, its a smooth ride, the handle is adjustable height, and there's a peekaboo flap on top of the canopy to check in on baby.
Overall, this is an expensive stroller and though the ride is smooth, I wish there was literally nothing wrong with it for as much as it costs.