2015 – Shortlisted for 'Best Travel System' Award!
The Graco Evo is a lightweight travel system that includes a carrycot and car seat both of which fit securely into a brightly coloured (or black) pushchair.
The car seat is comfortable and not at all bulky, and the accompanying Isofix base is easy to install.
The pushchair has a nice basket and comes with a rain cover. The hood is a bit flimsy but the pushchair folds easily. The toddler seat is also fully reversible with a three-position recline to full lie-back.
The carrycot is great albeit a bit low in the pram, and even comes with a useful stand.
Great value for money!
2014 – Shortlisted for 'Best Travel System' Award!
The Graco Evo travel system is sturdy and easy to steer although quite large when folded. The car seat fits easily onto the pram but it’s a bumpy ride and could definitely do with air-filled tyres to accommodate rougher terrains. Great for city living but think twice if you live near anything cobbled.
2014 – Shortlisted for 'Best Pushchair' Award!
The Graco Evo pushchair looks great and is very practical. It’s comfortable, with a nicely padded seat and is easy to push and turn. It includes a parent-facing option and the seat reclines all the way back into a lie-down position. The pushchair has a large basket and an effective brake mechanism.
It folds compactly and is lightweight although some might consider it flimsy. The pushchair is perhaps not ideal for a newborn but is great for babies post 6 months. The bumper bar is not fully removable, which can be inconvenient but overall, a well-priced, quality product.
This is a very light, well designed pram system with plenty of storage space. There are lots of colour options and the carrycot is a great feature, folding compactly and also suitable for overnight sleeping. A really good value package that we highly recommend.
The Evo is a reasonably priced option and very light for a pram system – weighing less than 10kg. Both the carrycot and reversible, fully-reclining pushchair seat are comfortable, plus there’s an unusually spacious shopping basket. The package includes the raincover and footmuff. The ride is a little bumpy but on the whole the Evo handles different surfaces well. It does feel a little heavy to push and steer with one hand, though.
The carrycot is warm, well cushioned and folds down for transporting and storage. As another bonus you can buy a stand for the carrycot (49.99) making it ideal for occasional overnight sleeping when you’re on holiday or staying with relatives. The system is available in seven different colourways and when in pushchair mode can be collapsed easily with one hand. We think it’s a great buy if you want a proper carrycot pram with plenty of features but without breaking the bank.
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