The Maxi Cosi Zelia stroller comes as an amazing travel system with the Mico 30 car seat, plus a modular seat unit that converts into a bassinet!
Straight out of the box, you’ll get the Zelia Stroller, a cup holder, and the Mico 30 car seat, base, and adapters. The Zelia can hold children up to 50 pounds, and the stroller itself weighs just under 22 pounds. Let's dive into its features!
- It has a telescoping handlebar to suit parents of all heights.
- The large canopy includes a flip-out visor and a mesh peekaboo window in the back.
- The seat has a removable belly bar to make getting your child in and out easier.
- The seat is probably the coolest part—it’s modular so it can face backward or forward, and it reclines for comfort. To convert the seat into a bassinet for newborns, begin by switching the seat to face backward. Next, undo the buckle on the back of the backrest to release the fabric. Recline the seat using the black lever. Lastly, undo the two buckles below the footrest area to release the rest of the bassinet fabric.
- If you want to utilize the travel system feature, simply attach the included adapters, and the Mico 30 will rest easily into them!
- The Zelia has an extra large storage basket with easy access for storing diaper bags or other necessities.
- The footbrake engages by pushing down and releases by flipping it back up.
- Lastly, this stroller has rear-wheel suspension and lockable swivel wheels in front. The wheels have a white stripe for added style.
To fold the Zelia, start by locking the footbrake. Make sure the seat unit is facing forward, and then pull the trigger on the recline handle to fold it forward. Then pull the triggers on the side of the frame to fold the handlebar forward as well. From here, pull up on the black bar near the base of the frame and the whole thing will collapse. Make sure the frame locks. It will stand up on its own when folded, and you can also use that black bar as a convenient carry handle.
To unfold the Zelia, release that manual lock on the side of the frame, and then pull up on the handlebar until the wheels separate and everything locks back into place. Adjust the seat as needed.
You can see these steps in our video: