Many American parents are already fans of Nuna's streamlined, modern baby accessories with equally futuristic names like Pipa, Pepp and Zaaz. The LEAF bouncer keeps baby entertained without any cords or batteries. And the sleek IVVI stroller has grown with baby from the start. Yesterday, the Dutch company introduced its newest "baby," the MIXX stroller.
It's compact, it's convertible and it connects with Nuna's PIPA infant car seat. Use as a pram-style travel system for your newborn, and give baby the option to face you or face outwards once he's older. The stroller can fold down in whichever direction you have it facing — all with the seat attached.
The MIXX also has plenty of one-handed features: the open, the recline and the height adjustment. And we're always skeptical of strollers that boast an "easy fold," but this demo video has us believing.
The MIXX comes in two colors, mykonos (blue) or caviar (black/gray), and is recommended for children up to 50 pounds. $499.95, Shopnuna.com.