Mia Moda Energi Full Size Stroller

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Rating: 2.3 out of 5 (6 reviews)

Ultra-sleek stroller design for an ultra-active lifestyle. Unique rear cable brake system allows for more kick space, and an ingenious swivel locking mechanism is built into the handle bar.

Features

  • Car seat compatible
  • Removable, washable seat pad
  • Ergonomic handle grip
  • Extra large storage basket with additional front access
  • Unique rear cable brake system allows for more kick space and compact fold

Additional Info

410140

F24B4174

832631004955

495-NRO

40 lbs

Full Size

Yes

Sunshade,Cup Holder(s),Cargo Basket,Tray / Bar,Adjustable Canopy,Adjustable Handle

Walking,Shopping

25

29 pounds

33.5 x 18.0 x 15.0

Mia Moda Energi Full Size Stroller2.356
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5 Reviews for “Mia Moda Energi Full Size Stroller”

  1. Momma on January 29th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    While pregnant I was debating between this stroller & the Bob 3 wheeled strollers. I ended up choosing this one because it came with all the extras (handle bar caddy, toddler tray, etc.), versus the Bob which requires you to buy all the extras separate & the Bob was a little bit more expensive to begin with. I’ve had the Mia Moda for just over a year now and the tires have not held up well at all, they are just about completely worn down. The rear brake has given me problems since day 1, as soon as you set & then release the brake, the tire on the opposite side of the stroller locks & clicks as if the brake does not want to release completely until you collapse & re-open the stroller about 5 times! I also learned the hard way upon opening it several times that there is no easy way to open the stroller without pinching your finger so hard that it comes out purple! In order to avoid pinching my fingers, I have plop the whole thing on the ground & lift up from the handle bar to avoid any moving parts. The fabric does not clean very easily. Also, the loose fabric near the child’s head is meant to velcro open & closed for when you collapse the stroller. However, when the stroller is open & in use, the velcro does not completely hold those flaps together therefore allowing air to seep through near the child’s head, not very nice to deal with when it’s cold out! To sum up, yes it is cheaper than the high end Bob strollers, but you get what you pay for & ultimately the Mia Moda won’t last very long!

  2. butterfly070 on March 29th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    While pregnant I was debating between this stroller & the Bob 3 wheeled strollers. I ended up choosing this one because it came with all the extras (handle bar caddy, toddler tray, etc.), versus the Bob which requires you to buy all the extras separate & the Bob was a little bit more expensive to begin with. I’ve had the Mia Moda for just over a year now and the tires have not held up well at all, they are just about completely worn down. The rear brake has given me problems since day 1, as soon as you set & then release the brake, the tire on the opposite side of the stroller locks & clicks as if the brake does not want to release completely until you collapse & re-open the stroller about 5 times! I also learned the hard way upon opening it several times that there is no easy way to open the stroller without pinching your finger so hard that it comes out purple! In order to avoid pinching my fingers, I have plop the whole thing on the ground & lift up from the handle bar to avoid any moving parts. The fabric does not clean very easily. Also, the loose fabric near the child’s head is meant to velcro open & closed for when you collapse the stroller. However, when the stroller is open & in use, the velcro does not completely hold those flaps together therefore allowing air to seep through near the child’s head, not very nice to deal with when it’s cold out! To sum up, yes it is cheaper than the high end Bob strollers, but you get what you pay for & ultimately the Mia Moda won’t last very long!

  3. Jen mom of 4 on April 26th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    I read reviews alot when it came to buying a stroller. For a regular stroller this is great. i love that the front wheel swivels or locks. very important freature for going on a walk in comparison to shopping and turning. very well made and looks fab! a bit heavy but not too heavy. this stoller isnt light but if thats what you want then get a lightweight stroller.

  4. KatyMom on August 27th, 2010 at 12:00 am

    Received this stroller as a shower gift for my daughter. I was told it was a jogger stroller – unpacked it when my daughter was about 8 months. I should have returned it when I realized it didn’t have real "bike" tires. It looks great – the design and red color are great. But that’s all. After about a month of occcasional use (only around the neighborhood – hilly with sidewalks), it just went downhill. The front wheel doesn’t swivel correctly and the break gets stuck. I don’t have a clue how you could jog with this because there is so much resistance to push it and the steering is terrible. Suspension is no better than my travel system stroller. I am very very disappointed and regret not returning it immediately for a "real" jogger stroller. Pros – great size basket, cup holder, nice little pocket and shade coverage is wonderful. My daughter also seems so comfortable in it. A shame it doesn’t work correctly.

  5. busy mom of 2 boys on August 31st, 2010 at 12:00 am

    This stroller gets many compliments on its look. However, it is a terrible stroller. The wheels rattle like they are going to fall off. The sun shade always falls off and does not provide full coverage. If you walk too fast the stroller shakes. I am looking for a new stroller and will throw this one away. Do not buy this stroller.

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