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10 September 2015

Babystyle Egg

The distinctive Babystyle Egg: does style match substance?

The newest pushchair from Babystyle, the Babystyle Egg, is a premium travel system with a striking design and £700 price tag. 

Its sleek, curved chassis gives it a distinctive look, and Babystyle claims that this is representative of the ‘outstanding engineering’ that will create the perfect ride for your baby.

Babystyle Egg: what you get for your money

The Babystyle Egg has a one-handed folding chassis, and its seat can recline into three positions as well as face forward or towards you. It can be used from birth by attaching a carrycot (which will set you back another £179), or from six months without. 

It can also be used as a double for a newborn and toddler using the carrycot and adding adaptors. We think it looks like a compact double, but you do compromise on storage space when using it in this way.

You can also use it as a travel system. It is compatible with a range of child car seats from Kiddy, Maxi Cosi, BeSafe, Cybex or Recaro. 

It comes with a padded apron, insect net, raincover and seat liner.

The Egg is already creating buzz for Babystyle, but is it worth shelling out the extra cash? We think it looks fabulous, but to get more of a sense of how easy it is to manoeuvre, how easy it is to fold and store, and how comfortable the seat will be for your child, head to our Babystyle Egg review.

Browse all our other Babystyle pushchair reviews.

Our video below shows a few quick clips of the Babystyle Egg in action.


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Babystyle pushchairs

Babystyle had enormous success with its affordable Oyster and Oyster 2 pushchairs. They were both popular pushchairs with parents, but when we tested them they scored quite differently. If you’re interested in a cheaper Babystyle pushchair, check out our full Babystyle Oyster 2 review and then head to our second hand pushchairs reviews to see how the original Oyster compares.

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