At MyBump2Baby we love to give parents an honest review of products and services before you hit the purchase button. Having a baby can be an expensive time and it important you know exactly what you are getting for your money.
Here is our review on the Egg Stroller Pram Review
The egg brand began back in 2015, and it has advanced and been very popular since then. The company egg manufacture luxurious prams for the style conscious parent in mind. The egg pram is modelled on an actual hen’s egg, which is why it is designed using a curved structure. This pram offers many different styles and colour schemes, making it a stylish and luxurious pram, whilst still being comfortable for both parent and child.
- Seat unit
- Seat cover
- Choice of colour
- Insect net
- Car seat adapter
- Seat liner
- Changing bag
- Cup holder
With three different seating positions, the egg is perfect for allowing your baby to sleep or sit up and look around. It’s ‘carrycot’ sleeping position is great for supporting your baby’s spinal development. Egg have developed a seat that is comfortable, with durable material and a hood providing blackout technology. There is a footrest included for your baby, with three different positions, meaning again that this pram is very versatile and comfort is key to the egg company.
Functionality has obviously played a huge part in the development of this pram, as a parent you are able to just lift a lever to adjust the seat, even with your baby still in the pram! The pram’s handle has five different height positions as well, making it perfect for any height. It’s incredibly versatile. Adjusting the handle couldn’t be any smoother, the handle is quite padded, which only adds to the comfort of the pram.Unfortunately, the basket attached to the pram is not the biggest on the market, meaning that it’s only suitable for a couple of bags.
The egg pram drives very easily, with stability and security both in place. Even tough experiences, such as getting your pram up on the kerb is made easy due to the handle and weight distribution of the egg pram. It weighs just over 13kg, the perfect weight for a pram. The egg pram has durable and puncture proof tyres, that have been produced to ensure a comfortable journey. Egg have developed the wheels to include a spring, reducing the rattling and wobbling of the pram. Parents reported that when pushing the pram, it felt very ‘together’ and ‘sturdy’. It is clear that quality is an important factor of egg prams. It’s braking technology is also very clever, the parent will press the brake for it to engage and press it again for it to disengage, no more hurting your feet on tricky brakes!
One key feature that many parents research whilst searching for the perfect pram is how easily it folds, it is key that it fits in the boot of your car. To collapse the egg, the seat must initially be removed, next the handle needs to be adjusted to its lowest position, then you must twist the handle towards your body. Finally, a strap must be pulled from the middle of the seat to fully fold the pram. One negative that we found through research is that when folding the pram, the handle touches the wheels, which can be a pain if the wheels are muddy. However, there’s no denying that the pram is easy to fold and it does fold small enough to fit in a car boot.
Conclusion of the Egg Pram:
It’s not hard to see that we rate the egg pram very highly, it’s almost faultless. It’s a gorgeous design, that focuses on luxury whilst maintaining comfort for both parent and child. It’s durable, which means it will last. The only real negative that we found can be solved with a quick wash, so we can’t really complain.
We give the egg pram 5/5.
Here is what some MyBump2Baby mums think;
“The egg pram was the best on the market when we bought it, and it still is now. It’s so easy to push and folds so well in the car, which is perfect for our days out!” – Claire, 36.
“I love that this pram has so many adjustments for both me and my baby, it’s great that I can adjust the position of the seat if my baby is asleep. I can’t really fault the egg.” – Sophia, 29.
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