CYBEX MIOS LAUNCHES 1ST JUNE 2017
We are thrilled to announce model and presenter, Nikki Phillips as the Australian ambassador to launch the all new Cybex Mios in Australia.
Nikki and husband Dane are expecting their first baby in July, revealing they are having a little boy.
“I am over the moon to be a mum in just a few weeks. Working with Cybex on the latest campaign made the arrival of our little boy more real than ever”, she said.
This premium stroller is considered the ‘little brother’ to the CYBEX Priam which has been a favourite to many Hollywood celebrities such as Kiera Knightly, Matt Damon and Gisele Bundchen. Local friends of the brand include Bec and Travis Cloke, Mardi and Patrick Dangerfield, Rozalia Russian, Jordan and Lucy Lewis, Melanie Vallejo and Roxy Jacenko.
The Cybex Mios provides maximum stability in a lightweight frame offering an airy, floating appearance. The retro- modern seat design offers breathable mesh to not only support the lightweight aspect, but to help regulate the child’s body temperature. The narrow design glides through the urban bustle with ease. Compact, flexible, functional and stylish – ideally suited to the needs of modern parents.
Other features include height adjustable handlebar, one –hand simple fold, easy-to-use footbrake, large storage basket that holds up to 5kg and soft suspension on all four puncture proof wheels.
The Cybex Mios frame is available in chrome and in black with the Mios Colour Packs sold separately. The Cybex Colour Pack includes a sun canopy and head cushion which is available in Autumn Gold, Manhattan Grey, Midnight Blue and Stardust Black.
The Cybex Mios stroller is suitable for children from birth – 22kg with the Cybex Mios Carry Cot unit also available from birth – 6 months.
Always questioning the status quo & not afraid of challenging the establishment, CYBEX has become not just a leader in child safety but is seen as an innovative lifestyle & fashion brand. With its fresh approach, CYBEX designs products for parents while pushing the boundaries that often separate safety, design & function.