Amazing, lightweight, handles perfectly. Pleasant material. Big wheels - perfect for off-road.
- Compact, folds in 1 piece both forward and parent-facing
- Well maneuverable
- Spacious, adapts to any child
- Spacious basket
- The front wheels are rattling, but after a little modification they are fine - not everyone wants to ride with fabric sticking out of the front wheels
- The bassinet is one of the smaller ones
The stroller meets all our requirements. I just think that for the price it should be a bit more awesome.
If you are looking for a well-made urban pram, the Oyster 3 will serve you nicely and will meet your expectations
- Compactness and simple folding
- Driving characteristics
- Bassinet has a nice depth
- Large and spacious basket
- Comfortable clicking on of the bassinet or the seat on and off the frame
- Small bassinet
- No bassinet hood positioning, just open or closed
- I didn't find it suitable for all terrains
After long consideration, we decided on this pram. It is very compact and relatively lightweight. Since we live on the 3rd floor without an elevator, we needed something compact. This requirement the Oyster meets perfectly.
Especially the seat part stands out in the compactness area - it can be folded in one piece with the chassis and carried like a suitcase, which is amazing. It can also be facing in the parent direction, which is also a bonus. In essence, I do not have reservations on the seat part, perhaps up to a headrest pillow that cannot be detached.
The bassinet is not as great, unfortunately. First, it's small. I liked it's small and compact, but our little one outgrew it at the end of 4 months so we had to move to the pushchair part because she didn't fit in with a footmuff. A 70 cm mattress is not great. Another thing is that does not offer other positions of the hood - it can only be open or closed, nothing in between, which is a shame. And, also, in my opinion, a sunvisor against the sun is missing on the hood.
As for driving, it is super nice to push it around town. It's very easy to push. It can tackle light terrain, too, but really only light. I also pushed it on really bad, broken sidewalks in a vineyard part of our town, but that felt like torment. However, if you are looking for a nice, good-quality, well-made urban pram, the Oyster 3 will serve you nicely and will meet your expectations.
- high quality
- practical seat
- the head rest in the seat is in the way of adding any seat liner
- handle could be sturdier
- narrow carrycot
- seat could be even more upright
The carrycot felt a bit narrow but we love the seat. The handle could be sturdier but it's a durable pram nonetheless. Very fashionable. I just mind the head rest in the seat as it's difficult to fit in any seat liner.
- smaller-in-size bassinet
Loving it! A really nice to drive all-rounder.
- Comfortable for the baby
- Handlebar is on the looser side
- Carrycot is nice and deep but with a short mattress
It's nice and compact, and comfortable for the baby. The steering also feels well. The handlebar could be sturdier, like this, it's a bit noisy. We are happy with it overall.
- nice, luxuriously looking
- the front wheels rattle a bit
A very nice, comfily-padded pram but the front wheels rattle a bit. I would also prolong the hood.
- Spacious bassinet (and also the seat)
- Easy-to-clean materials
- Large-enough basket
- Comfortable seat
- Large-enough canopy
- Wheels - driving comfort
- Easy push, even though the chassis is heavier
- Easy folding - mainly with the seat unit
- Easy overall manipulation
- Headrest pillow
- The handlebar has a will; it moves slightly
- Heavier chassis
A good choice - made after a long time of thinking and weighing our options.
We bought it in 2019, and after long searching, we decided to go for the Oyster 3 in the Pebble colorway. The best thing about it is the seat unit - and mainly the fact that it folds so well with the chassis. You just fold the canopy back and fold it over. All folds in one piece. The handlebar to lift it and load it in the car is also an asset that not many combination prams have.
Bassinet-wise, it seems small-ish on the first sight, but it's spacious and mainly quite deep. My DS was using it until he was 6 months - and the last months were in winter, so with a footmuff.
I can certainly recommend the Oyster 3.
A stylish urban as well as occasional terrain option. Very versatile! We love the looks!