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Kiddü Omari Review by TLB

The Kiddü Omari is a lightweight Z fold pushchair. I liked the colour scheme of black with red embellishments.

The fold itself does require two hands to fold, but is a relatively straight forward process. I worked it out without any directions. Once folded the Kiddü Omari is easy to transport into the boot of the car and is relatively flat, about the height of a child’s football.

The seat of the Kiddü Omari is easily adjustable and can lie completely flat. This makes it suitable from newborn. However the seat only has the option of world facing and not parent facing. The seat looked comfy with good padding on the harness and an easy to fasten harness system. The padding on the shoulder pads is great, again with the red and black pattern, however there is no padding on the strap between the legs. I think this would be a great improvement to stop the strap from catching on exposed skin. The harness is very easy to adjust to ensure a secure fit.

There is plenty of storage space on the Kiddü Omari, with a large under seat basket and an extra storage pocket on the hood. This is great for storing quick needed essentials like wipes and your house keys.

The tray and cup holder make for a great extra to the Kiddü Omari. They can be removed for easy cleaning. The cup holder and tray are perfect for storing drinks and snacks when out and about. A great way to keep little ones entertained.

The hood is of a great size too, providing a good amount of shade. There is also a mesh window to allow you to keep an eye on the child.

The Kiddü Omari manoeuvres really well and is very light and easy to lift up pavements. This makes it prefect for walking around town but as its front wheels are lockable it is also perfect for more off road walks.

For the money this is an excellent pushchair and one I would recommend.


  • Light weight
  • Large under seat storage basket
  • Drinks / tray holder


  • Two handed fold which needs some practise
  • No Foot Muff/cosy toes


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