Cybex Onyx

from Cybex
RRP  £160.00

by motherandbaby |
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The Cybex Onyx stroller is lightweight and easy to fold, not taking up too much room in the car boot. The seat is comfortable and comes with a bumper bar and leg adjustment feature. The extra-large sun canopy is brilliant and the various storage compartments are really handy.

The 3-point harness straps little ones in safely and the seat recline is effective. The stroller is easy to steer and the handles accommodate loads of shopping.

The brake does have a tendency to catch on kerbs  and the stroller does not come with a rain cover or ‘cosy toes’, which affects the overall value of the product. It is expensive but its overall quality, as well as its easy manoeuvrability, reliability and sturdiness make it a great purchase.

Product Information

  • Suitable from birth to a max. weight of 15kg (Approx 3 years)

  • Multi position seat recline

  • Compatible with Cybex infant carseats to form a travel system (sold separately)

  • One pull harness adjust

  • XXL Sun Canopy with UV50+ sun protection

  • Removable bumper bar

  • Suspension on rear wheels

  • Comes complete with raincover

  • Folded Dimensions: H104.5xW31xD36cm

  • Stroller weight: 7.2kg

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