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CONTENTS
WHAT YOU GET
WHAT YOU GET .......................................................3
You have received two boxes. Please check if all parts listed below are in there.
If anything is missing, please contact your supplier.
PAY ATTENTION .......................................................4
GETTING STARTED ...................................................5
MUDGUARDS
WHEELS
UNFOLDING AND FOLDING
HANDLEBAR HEIGHT
PARKING BRAKE
PHASE 1: BABY .........................................................7
CARRYCOT
Box 1:
1 chassis with basket attached
1 seat with carrycot inside
1 canopy
2 front wheels
2 rear wheels
2 mudguards
1 rain cover
1 changing bag
Box 2:
1 seat pad with safety harness
1 carrycot apron
1 carrycot mattress
PHASE 2: TODDLER ..................................................8
SAFETY HARNESS
SEAT
PHASE 3: TODDLER + BABY ......................................9
CARRYCOT + SEAT
PHASE 4: TWO TODDLERS .......................................9
TWO SEATS
Dear parents, grandparents, and friends,
Thank you for choosing kobi and making it part of your
family!
We have designed and developed our products
carefully, keeping in mind the comfort and safety for you
and your child. We hope you will enjoy using kobi.
ACCESSORIES .........................................................10
SAFETY BAR
CANOPY
APRON
RAIN COVER
CHANGING BAG
canopy
apron
carrycot
seat
handlebar
height adjuster
folding lock
parking
brake
seat release button
seat height adjuster
CARE AND MAINTENANCE ....................................12
WARRANTY ............................................................13
seat height adjuster
mudguard
changing bag
basket
Please read these instructions with care before
using it for the first time. This will enable you to
appreciate all features and will ensure a safe usage.
mima
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PAY ATTENTION
GETTING STARTED
IMPORTANT!
MUDGUARDS
• Please note the L/R indication on the chassis and on
each mudguard.
1. Attach mudguards
Slide the mudguard down onto the oval-shaped
protrusion on the side of the chassis. Push down the
bottom lip until it clicks in place.
2. Remove mudguards
Pull up the bottom lip of the mudguard and slide it up and
free from the round-shaped protrusion.
• Read these instructions carefully before usage and
keep them for future reference. Your child’s safety may
be affected if you do not follow these instructions.
• Always use the crotch strap in combination with the
waist belt.
• This stroller is intended for children from birth and up
to 17 kg. When used for children under the age of 6
months we recommend to use the supplied carrycot
until the child can sit unaided.
• Do not stand on the crossbars between the wheels.
This is unsafe and may damage the stroller.
• This stroller can be used for transporting a maximum
of two children at a time. When used with two
toddlers, the recommended maximum load is 17 kg in
the front seat and 15 kg in the rear seat.
• The maximum permitted weight in the shopping
basket is 3 kg.
WARNINGS!
• A child´s safety is your responsibility.
• It may be dangerous to leave your child unattended.
• Ensure that all the locking devices are engaged before
use.
• Do not add a mattress thicker than 20 mm. Do not add
an additional mattress in the carrycot, only use the one
provided by mima.
• As soon as your child can sit in the seat unaided make
sure to always use the safety harness. Ensure the
harness is fitted correctly to prevent the risk of your
child sliding or falling out.
• This product is not suitable for running or skating.
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• Check that the carrycot and/or seat(s) are installed
correctly and securely locked in place before usage.
• Always apply the brake when standing still even for
only a few moments! Apply brake when loading or
unloading children.
• When using kobi for two toddlers, always place the
heavier child in the front seat. Never place a child in
the rear seat without a child in the front seat. For
unloading, always remove the rear seated child first.
• Make sure children are clear of any moving parts
before making adjustments or folding/unfolding
stroller. Ensure that fingers are kept away from the
folding mechanism when folding the stroller.
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• Do not use the stroller if any parts are damaged or
missing. It may be unsafe to use replacement parts
that are not supplied by mima.
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WHEELS
• Please note the L/R indication on the chassis and on
each wheel.
3. Attach rear wheels
Press in the wheel axle hub and insert the axle into the
wheel fitting.
Check if the wheels are properly attached by attempting
to pull them out again.
4. Remove rear wheels
Press in the wheel axle hub and pull out the wheel.
5. Attach front wheels
Insert the wheel rod into the wheel fitting and push in
until it clicks.
6. Front wheel swivel lock
Use the front wheel swivel lock when you are using kobi
on rough terrain.
Push down the swivel lock button to activate.
Pull it up again to deactivate.
7. Remove front wheels
Press the unlock button and pull out the front wheel.
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• The seat is not suitable for children under 6 months.
• Any load attached to the handle affects the stability
of the pram/pushchair and increases the risk of the
stroller tipping over accidentally.
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PHASE 1: BABY
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HANDLEBAR HEIGHT
11. Adjust handlebar height
Press and hold both buttons located on the outside of
the handlebar and rotate the handlebar into the desired
position.
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UNFOLDING AND FOLDING
• WARNING: Child should not be near to the stroller
when folding or unfolding!
• Ensure the brake is on while folding and unfolding the
chassis.
8. Unfold chassis
Push the frame lock inwards to unlock the handlebar, and
pull the handlebar upwards.
Place your foot on the brake bar and continue to pull the
handlebar upwards and towards yourself until it clicks.
9. Fold chassis (with seat attached)
• kobi can be folded with the seat attached (i.e. in its
upright position and forward facing)
• kobi can neither be folded with the carrycot attached
nor with the second seat attached.
• Remove the changing bag from the basket when
folding with seat attached.
Make sure the rear seat fixings on the chassis are in
position 1.
Push down the safety button and pull the two folding
locks upwards. Then lower the handlebar until it clicks
onto the frame lock.
10. Fold chassis for standing
• kobi can stand up on its own for easy storage.
Before folding rotate the handlebar into position 4 (see
fig. 11).
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PARKING BRAKE
• WARNING: Always use the brake even when
standing still for only a few moments!
12. Apply and release parking brake
Press down the brake pedal to park.
Press it down again to release.
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CARRYCOT
• When using kobi for children under the age of 6
months, we recommend using the supplied carrycot
until the child can sit unaided.
• Attach the carrycot to the upper part of the chassis, not
to the lower part.
13. Set up carrycot
Zip open the seat and take out the carrycot.
Push the two flaps underneath the carrycot tube.
Place the mattress inside the carrycot and attach the
safety bar (see fig 32).
14. Adjust carrycot angle
It is easier to fit the carrycot onto the chassis if the
attachment brackets are in position III, pointing straight
downwards. To achieve this pull the angle adjustment
lever and rotate the brackets by hand. The carrycot angle
can also be adjusted when fitted to the chassis.
15. Attach carrycot
Position the carrycot so that the angle adjustment lever
is at the front end of the stroller. Lower the carrycot onto
the chassis until it clicks in place.
16. Remove carrycot
Press the two buttons on both sides of the carrycot and
lift it up.
17. Adjust height of carrycot
• There are two height positions for the carrycot.
Press the height adjustment buttons on both sides of the
chassis and move the carrycot up or down.
18. Collapse carrycot
Remove the mattress and the safety bar. Release the
sideflaps from the carrycot frame. Open the seat and
position the collapsed carrycot inside the seat. Align the
angle adjustment lever with the hole in the rear shell of
the seat. Make sure the seat brackets stay out of the seat.
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PHASE 2: TODDLER
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• To use kobi for a baby and a toddler, it is required to
purchase the second seat. This second seat does not
have a carrycot inside.
SAFETY HARNESS
• Whenever a child is placed in the seat, ensure the
safety harness is correctly fitted.
• The shoulder straps can be set at two different height
positions. Choose the position closest to the top of the
child´s shoulders.
19. Set up harness
Take each harness attachment and slide off the
bottom part. Push the harness attachment through its
corresponding hole in the seatpad and the seat. Zip
open the seat and slide the bottom part onto the harness
attachment from the inside of the seat until it clicks in
place.
20. Buckle up
Push the shoulder strap buckles into the buckle slot until
it clicks. Pull the loose ends on the shoulder straps to fit
the harness snugly around the child.
21. Buckle down
Push the central buckle button to release the harness.
CARRYCOT + SEAT
• Set up the carrycot as described on page 7.
26. Attach carrycot
Make sure the rear seat fixings on the chassis are in
position 1. Position the carrycot so that the angle
adjustment lever is facing backwards.
Rotate the brackets into position II (see also fig. 14).
Click the carrycot onto the lower part of the chassis.
27. Attach seat
Make sure the front seat fixings on the chassis are in the
high position. Position the seat so that it is facing forward.
Click the seat onto the upper part of the chassis.
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PHASE 4: TWO TODDLERS
• To use kobi for two toddlers it is required to purchase
the second toddler seat. This second seat does not
have a carrycot inside.
• The second seat comes with XL mudguards. For the
safety of your child please make sure to use these XL
mudguards.
• WARNING: When using kobi for two toddlers,
always place the heavier child in the front seat. Never place a child in the rear seat without a child in
the front seat.
SEAT
• The seat is suitable for children from the age of 6
months and up to 17 kg.
• The seat can be attached either forward facing or
backward facing.
• Attach the seat to the upper part of the chassis, not to
the lower part.
22.Attach seat
Lower the seat onto the chassis until it clicks in place.
23. Remove seat
Press the two seat release buttons on both sides of the
seat and lift it up.
24. Adjust seat angle
Pull up the lever on the top of the seat, and rotate the
seat into the desired angle.
25. Adjust height of seat
• There are two height positions for the seat.
Press the height adjustment buttons on both sides of the
chassis and move the seat up or down.
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TWO SEATS
28. Attach XL mudguards
Slide off the small mudguards (see fig. 2) and replace
them with the XL mudguards.
29. Attach rear seat
Make sure the rear seat fixings on the chassis are in
position 2. Rotate the brackets into position I (see fig. 14).
Click the seat onto the lower part of the chassis.
30. Attach front seat
Click the seat onto the upper part of the chassis.
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PHASE 3: TODDLER + BABY
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ACCESSORIES
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SAFETY BAR
• Always use the safety bar for the safety of your child.
31. Remove safety bar covers
Push in the buttons and slide the covers off. Keep the
covers in a safe place for future use.
32. Attach safety bar
While pressing the two buttons on the outside of the
safety bar, push it down onto the seat frame, until it clicks.
Check if the safety bar is properly attached by attempting
to pull it out again.
33. Remove safety bar
Press the buttons on the outside of the safety bar, and
pull it up.
34. Adjust safety bar angle
While pressing the two buttons on the inner side of the
safety bar, rotate it to the desired angle.
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APRON
38. Attach apron to carrycot
Place the apron over the carrycot frame.
Click the snap buttons on both sides of the apron onto the
studs of the carrycot frame
39. Adjust apron
The upper apron flap can be placed into two different
positions, which are magnetized.
CANOPY
• The canopy can be fixed to both the seat as well as the
carrycot.
• When the canopy becomes wet, keep it open and let it
dry before closing it.
35. Attach canopy to seat or carrycot
Push the canopy clips onto the seat frame until they click
in place.
Fix the velcro flap to the seat.
36. Open/close canopy
Pull the canopy flaps to open.
Push down the canopy flaps to close.
37. Remove canopy
Release the velcro flap at the top of the canopy.
Pull the canopy clips outwards and pull them up to
remove them from the seat frame.
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RAIN COVER
• The rain cover can be fixed to both the seat as well as
the carrycot.
• Make sure you attach the canopy first.
40. Attach rain cover to seat or carrycot
Fully open the canopy.
Place the rain cover over the canopy so the rotation lever
goes through the hole in the raincover.
Stretch the rain cover over the seat or carrycot and fix the
velcro straps around the seat brackets.
CHANGING BAG
• When folding the chassis with the seat attached,
remove the changing bag from the basket first.
41. Place bag in basket
Shorten the shoulder strap and wrap it around the bag.
Fix it at the bottom with the velcro strap.
OTHER ACCESSORIES
We develop new accessories for kobi frequently.
For more details please check www.mimakids.com or
with your supplier.
The following accessories are already available and can be
purchased separately:
• Second seat
• Double raincover
• Footmuff
• Mosquitonet
• Adapter kit (Maxi Cosi Cabrio, Cybex Aton, Bébé
Confort Pebble)
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
WARRANTY
• To keep kobi in perfect condition, please go through
the following steps regularly.
• Fabrics and plastics conform to the highest grade of
colourfastness. But excessive exposure to the sun can
cause premature fading of plastics and fabrics.
REGISTER YOUR PRODUCT ONLINE AT WWW.MIMAKIDS.COM
This will activate your warranty and will allow us to keep you informed of possible product updates.
CHASSIS CLEANING
Wash off sand and salt after visiting the beach.
Brush off excessive dirt. Then wipe clean with a moist
cloth and a mild cleaning agent.
LUBRICATING MOVING PARTS
Periodically lubricate the wheels, hinges and other sliding
parts using a light oil or silicon spray. Do not use heavy
oil as this will attract dust and grit which tend to clog and
damage moving parts.
SEAT CLEANING
The rigid seat can be wiped clean with a moist cloth and a
mild cleaning agent. More resistent marks can be rubbed
away using a pencil eraser.
The seat cushion and shoulder pads can be removed (see
fig. 19) and must be washed by hand.
Please note the following:
- maximum temperature 30°C / 85°F
- do not bleach
- do not tumble dry
- do not iron
- do not dry clean.
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Your product complies with current safety requirements and is guaranteed to be free from manufacturing defects in
workmanship and material at time of purchase.
If this product shows material and/or manufacturing defects after purchase and during the warranty period (with normal
use as described in the user manual), then please contact your retailer.
WARRANTY CONDITIONS
• The warranty period is 24 months from the date of purchase. This warranty period is not extended, even in the event of
repair.
• For the warranty to be valid you need to:
1. have your product registered online at www.mimakids.com
2. provide the original purchase receipt to your retailer
3. provide a description of the defect to your retailer.
• The warranty is made to the original owner of the product and is not transferable to any subsequent owner.
• The warranty provides a right to repair and specifically not to a product’s exchange or return.
The warranty does not apply in the following circumstances:
• The product has been modified or repaired by third parties.
• Corrosion or rust on the wheels and chassis due to extreme environmental conditions, including high humidity, salt spray,
ice or snow or due to insufficient maintenance.
• The defect was caused by improper usage or maintenance or due to anything else deemed to be the fault of the user;
in particular, failure to comply with the instructions for use as described in the user manual.
• The defect was caused as the result of an accident or airline/ transport damage.
• Normal wear and tear that can be expected with daily use of this product.
• Discoloration or damage to the fabric due to washing, rainwater, or excessive exposure to sunlight.
• The defect is the result of overloading (exceeding the maximum weight allowance for the child and any items being
carried).
CHECK OTHER PARTS
From time to time check kobi for loose screws, worn
parts, torn material and loose stitching.
Contact your retailer if parts need to be replaced or repair
the parts as needed.
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