Pushmatic Bali


Pushmatic Bali


Pushmatic is effortless to push and awesome to ride. The lightweight 3 wheeled design gives you great manoeuvrability and the onboard comfort is top notch.

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Age suitability / From birth to max weight of 15 kg (approx. 3 years old)
Frame / Lightweight aluminium construction 7kg
Suspension / YES - front & rear
Fold mechanism / Flat fold with auto-lock
Seat unit / Multi-position recline. & adjustable calf support
Climate control / UPF50+ hood & visor. Raincover
Basket capacity / 2kg
Wheels / Lockable swivel front wheels.
Brakes / Foot pedal operated
Kit included / Chest pads. headhugger. Fleece-lined footmuff. Cup holder. Changing bag.

Complies with European safety standard EN1888:2012

  • Weight: 7.0 kg
  • Overall dimension: 107cm x 84cm x 47cm
  • Handle height: 107cm
  • Folded Dimensions: 106cm x 31cm x 29cm


- The pushchair itself

- Extra cosy fleece-lined footmuff / liner

- Chest pads

- Headhugger

- Raincover & kit bag


Koochi stuff doesn't just look the part, it's fab quality too... it even comes with a free K4 guarantee. That means we'll look after you for a full four years so you can keep adventuring!

BEST BIT - So, the best thing about this pushchair is the fact that it’s lightweight but sturdy at the same time. It feels substantial and has a nice wide seat but weighs just 6.7kg and handles like a dream.

WHAT ELSE? - Suitable for newborns it's hard to say who will be the biggest fan... 

You’ll dig the smooth steering and all-round suspension, the 3-wheeled design giving you great maneuverability (Curbs are a doddle). 

Your baby will love the comfy seat with adjustable recline and leg rest as well as the snuggest footmuff ever.

The pedal braking lets you pause to strike a pose (or feed your passenger a chocolate button).  The whole thing folds flat so you can store it in the boot or in a cupboard between trips.

Kitted out for all seasons the retractable hood has built-in UPF50+ sun protection and there’s even a raincover in its own kitbag on board too (it was designed in the UK after all).