Baby September 1, 2020
Until your child is reliably up on their feet, they will spend the majority of their time exploring the world (and taking naps) in a pushchair, with most children transitioning out of a pushchair at around the age of three a pushchair will travel many miles before it is retired.
The Graco Evo XT pushchair has a durable construction suited for the rugged terrain, created for families who seek out adventures. Suitable from birth up to approx. 3 years (15kg), the Graco Evo XT has a long wheelbase for extra stability and reassurance, the seat can be set to either forward or rear facing with three reclining positions all the way down to lay flat. Assembling the Evo XT could be easier, the instructions aren’t particularly clear, it is also a rather hefty pushchair weighing 13.22kg and measuring up at 99.5L x 62.7W x 115.7H cm.
The Evo XT comes with pushchair seat unit with canopy and bumper bar, two chest pads, chassis, front and rear wheels, rear brake, luxury fleece-lined footmuff and rain cover. This travel system is compatible with Graco SnugRide or SnugEssentials i-Size infant car seats (sold separately), the Graco Evo Luxury Carrycot slots onto the pushchair chassis for a lie-flat pram for your new born baby (sold separately). Other features include the adjustable telescopic handle and calf support and a one-hand fold mechanism for quick and easy folding. When out and about the Evo XT provides a safe and comfy space for baby, the shopping basket is a good size and the whole thing folds down surprisingly small to fit in the boot. However, it can be awkward in small shops and busy cities, like driving a 4×4 through the streets of an Italian town, this is much more suited to rural living, it even has mud guards. RRP £280
- Stylish design
- Forward or rear facing
- Large shopping basket
- Folds down into compact piece
- Suspension great for rural terrains
- Comfy and secure
- Compatible with Graco car seats
- Can be difficult to move around tight spaces
- Assembly instructions could be clearer