" Great price durable travel system, but misses a few touches…"
10 November 2013
Excerpt: We were all set to buy a forerunner when we found that this had come out and instantly fell for it. It has a very easy to fold child seat, with both front and back facing options, good size bassinet, is really easy to manoeuvre, takes a maxi-cosi car seat, folds simply and has a very sturdy feel. What more could you want for £400?! It feels and looks like it's worth a lot more than that, you definitely feel like you're getting value for money.
Excerpt: Bought this (with seat unit only) for my two very tall DS, 3 and 6 months as it is a fantastic fit with the Lascal buggy board when facing backwards (with extenders). Seat is long, it's very easy to steer and my standing DS feels very secure with lots of space between him and the seat. Very reasonably priced. Basket is a bit too shallow at the back and the hood could be a bit bigger.
Excerpt: Overall I love this buggy with a few minor points which could be changed to make it perfect. It's slightly wider than other buggies, so could make it harder to get round smaller shops. It's an all rounder with pram/carrycot and separate seat, so you will need somewhere fairly large to store the pram/carrycot when your baby grows out of it.
Excerpt: I've been using the Mutsy Evo for a month now & really love its flexibility! Nearly every aspect is adjustable - from the seat options to the handle height. However, it looks a bit of a monster & isn't as light as you'd think. Pros: * The many seat options: it comes with both a carrycot for tinies & a seat for older babies (which can face either forwards or backwards), and is compatible with many car seats * In particular I loved the option to have baby facing you.
Excerpt: First impressions of the Evo were good - the fabric and finish are excellent, and I really loved the metallic navy blue colour for the seat/ carry cot. I like that it also came with a raincover and belly bar. It is quite easy to put together, but feels very large when completed. If you are tall, then the adjustable handle and dimensions generally would be very suitable.
Excerpt: Having tried Mutsy Evo for a month now in all conditions, I have to say its great all round pushchair. Certainly for the money its definitely one of the best. It ticks all my boxes: reversible seat, good seating positions for the child including lie flat from birth and bolt upright for a toddler (and two more in between), a good non floppy hood, adjustable calf rest, easy to remove seat, handlebar with a huge range from small to very high, easy to push and more!
" Excellent pushchair for local use, stylish and easy to use…"
23 July 2012
Excerpt: Overall I think this is an excellent pushchair, with a few minor reservations. Firstly, the assembly. As others have said, the pushchair arrived in three boxes. However I had absolutely no problems with the instructions, it seemed perfectly intuitive to me and I had it assembled within about 10 minutes by myself. I haven't used the carrycot though as my baby is 9 months now, so can't comment on that.
Excerpt: The Mutsy Evo is a bit of a showstopper, I have had several people stop me when in carrycot formation to "wow" at it. I have it in Brown which is much prettier than it sounds and I like to think of it as a bronze as the material glimmers in the sunlight. It comes as a frame which has a good easy fold (once you get the hang of it), and it folds both with the seat on and without. With the seat attached I found the most compact fold to be when its parent facing.