Lightweight and compact, it has a narrow chassis but a full-width seat, so it’s handy for busy urban areas.
Suitable from birth with a lay-flat seat, this can be converted into a travel system by adding the Oyster Max carrycot or a Group 0+ car seat.
The seat unit is reversible and the pushchair can be folded with the seat in either position. Swivelling and lockable front wheels offer good manoeuvrability, and independent cantilever suspension across all four wheels makes light work of bumpier terrain.
The footrest is adjustable, and this model comes with an extendable hood and sun canopy with integral UV sunshade.
Jay Brownlee, 32, from Stirling, is mum to Naomi, three, Miriam, two, and Lydia, three weeks. She says: ‘Easy to fold up, even with the seat unit in place, although the bumper bar has to be removed. Seat seemed small and not especially comfortable.’
Susanne Remic, 37, from Bolton, is mum to Isobel, two, and Elsie, four weeks. She says: ‘A travel system with a sturdy frame which is easy to fold/unfold. But attaching the car seat to the frame is fiddly. The car seat doesn’t have ISOFIX fittings.’
Gemma Ridlington, 29, from Halesowen, is mum to Alexis, two, and Robyn, seven months. She says: ‘This is lightweight and the seat position is easy to adjust. It folds down easily, so it’s great on public transport. And it’s manoeuvrable with one hand.’