Eezy S Twist Pushchair Review

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At a glance:

Made for urban parents, the Eezy S Twist is an agile city stroller that offers premium travel features from four-wheel suspension for smooth rides on all terrain to a fully reclining backrest for long naps. The one-hand folding mechanism turns this sleek stroller into a compact package within seconds while leaving your other hand free. In its compact, self-standing fold the Eezy S Twist can easily be stored anywhere and is small enough to be approved as carry-on luggage on planes.

Would you recommend this to other mums?

Ellen: I would recommend this product to anyone who is out and about a lot. In comparison to my current pushchair, it's much easier and quicker to use and will last quite a long time as there is lots of space for your baby to grow. It's really secure and the straps are easy to use. The hood comes down quite far so it keeps the sun/rain off the baby.

Chloe: I would recommend this product to a fellow mum as it is very modern and stylish. It folds down into such a small shape that is very light and easy to carry around which makes my life so much easier. It has space underneath for storage, it can recline and your baby can face away from you or towards you.

Sarah: I would recommend this product to a friend because it is so easy to fold up and once folded it is very compact and can even fit in the footwell of a car taking up very little space. I love that the child can sit upright in the stroller making it easy for them to see and interact with their surroundings. The added bonus is the ability to swivel them around to face you or the world. This is a great feature because you can keep your child entertained while you push. I love the red colour too!

How did this product make your life easier?

Sarah: This product makes my life easier as a mum because I can use it one-handed. There aren't many pushchairs which can be unfolded with one hand leaving the other free to hold the child or baby. The swivel feature of the seat is very impressive and makes life easier as it can be used with the child sitting in the pushchair in the upright position.

Stacey: This stroller is lightweight, very easy to fold, and easy to take in/out of the car. It is compact and stands easily when storing it at home, without taking up too much space. Its twist around seat is fantastic. You can have your baby facing you or looking out the other way. It’s very attractive and good to look at. I liked pushing my baby in this stroller.

Amy: This product was so easy to put together. It folds down really small and is lightweight. This means it is easy to push and manoeuvre around as well as simple to carry and fit in small spaces for storage or in the car. It’s a great colour and looks really good. The brake is a simple push bar which is easy to put on and not too heavy. My son was very comfortable in it and the padded straps felt soft and comfortable.

Would you choose this product to win?

Lucy: It is quite expensive for a stroller. My one-year-old was able to pull himself up from lying down due to the buggy being so lightweight. Not ideal for us as we need a buggy for him to be able to nap in, and he was rather resistant in this one.

Samantha: Ease of fold and compact size are the two main things I look for in a stroller. However, I have been really impressed at the different ways you can have your child sitting. She can still sit up and see the world whilst being close to me and I like being able to keep her in view at a younger age, she is nearly five months and hated being flat in her pram.

Holly: Although I do like this pram and it was handy to have on holiday, I don't think it would be very practical for everyday use. It feels a little flimsy and it would often be pushing along on two wheels as it wouldn't stay down on the slopes of the pavements. I feel there are some others out there that offer a bit better quality and for a smaller price tag.

What changes would you make to this product?

Laura: The only thing I would change on this pram is the front bar as it needs to be able to swivel at one side or the other so that it doesn't have to be completely removed to be able to place the child into the pram. That is the only fault I can find with the pram. I love it.

Rachel: I would not change the product itself as it is ideal as an occasional/holiday stroller. However, the price point is a bit high compared to other strollers. You expect to pay a certain premium for the better quality but for this price, you could get a good quality pram which would give more room for your little one.

Chloe: The only thing I would change is the seat on the pram. It's quite small and I have a very big baby that can't quite sit up yet so he seemed to just hang off the edge in it, only being held on by the straps. If the seat was a little longer this pram would be a 10/10 for me. My baby just looked a little uncomfortable in it.

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