- Nice design
- Car seat can be placed in the lying position
- Spacious carrycot
- Seat can be reclined out to a full lie flat
- Pretty heavy car seat
- Frame does not snap locked together when fully folded
For me it's a great stroller, but it has its faults.
- Extended canopy
- Positioning of the legs
- One-hand folding
- Full recline
- Folded in one piece (with seat)
- Large shopping basket
- Seats both forward and rearward
The best stroller that has passed under my hands.
The best pram we could choose.
- The bumper became sticky and leaving marks on my baby’s skin and clothes
- Even the cybex logo on the feet rest started to peel before 6 months of usage, and I take care really well of the stroller, as the push bar and the rest are as new.
Disappointed by the leather parts.
- Ease of steering
- Easy folding and unfolding
- Spacious bassinet
- Sports seat up to 17kg also very roomy (2.5 year old fits fine)
- Design 💕
- Details 🥇
- Long canopy
Cybex Priam by Jeremy Scott - the best stroller we've tried so far.
- Lightweight frame
- Easy handling
- One of the larger baby carriers
- Seat can be positioned up to full recline
- Luxury car seat footmuff
- Beautiful waterproof footmuff
- Front wheels can be swapped for fixed wheels for off-road use
- Beautiful design
- Sophisticated reclining car seat
- Option to anchor the base with Isofix
- Car seat suitable for premature babies
- Car seat has excellent crash test ratings
- Large selection of accessories
- We found no cons
My partner and I chose the Cybex Priam Seat Lux all terrain 3in1 stroller in grey with Matt Black construction. The stroller captivated me with its design a few years back when I didn't have a baby. Another bonus was its reviews and ratings, which confirmed that it was the right choice for us. My partner and I are tall. On the other hand, our mums (+/- 155cm) are short, so we make a lot of use of the ability to lower or raise the handle. For off-road, we got the axle and the same size non-rotating wheels, and for town and to the doctors, the front locking ones are great. The stroller is lightweight, folds with one hand, and is easy to handle in the compartment.
The biggest plus for us is the ability to attach the car seat to the structure, as we often travel by car, and I don't have to worry about the little one being squished and bent over in the seat for long periods of time, as Cybex has the great option of laying the car seat almost flat. We also took advantage of the premature baby adjustment since our little one was born at 33rd week. It's not a rattly stroller and is definitely worth the price.
- Very easy to use
- Easily foldable
- Excellent wheels - carefree - no punctures, lightweight
- Bearings in wheels are quality, no need to push with force, goes by itself
- Fully reclinable seat
- Easy to reverse seat
- Canopy is large and strong enough
- Colours did not fad
- The only downside, no leg cover included
An excellent stroller. For any situation...
- Tall handle
- Adjustable leg rest
Very nice to look at, the covers can be changed and therefore washed. Brakes are strong, folding easy.
Handles easily, but does not sit securely on the road (at higher speeds it leans on two wheels into a corner! - BGB Fox never did this). It's quite heavy, taking up half a suitcase. The handle in the stroller could be thicker, the additional food tray is horrible (you can't even close it if you put e.g. fruit in it)
- low weight
- materials quality (swiveling wheels, bearings)
- adjustment of the handlebar...
One of the more expensive rattles with terrible service 🤦♀️
- easy handling
- very good wheels
- fits even in small elevators in apartment buildings
- very clever folding, ideal for a woman
- easy to resell because it is in demand
- the bottom of the storage basket brushes against the kerb when the kerb is higher
- expensive (but you can sell a 3 in 1 set for 1000 euros even used)
An excellent stroller! I recommend it! I have the Koi Platinum version and it's better, higher quality material than the solid color Priam strollers. When I compared it to the rattly strollers under 500 euros, I found that it makes a huge difference. It's worth investing in a stroller.
- Spacious bassinet
- Easy folding chassis
- Folded chassis takes up little space
- Modern and beautiful design
- Choice of 3 types of wheels
- Choice of several chassis colours
- Handles tougher terrain
- Extended canopy on both the bassinet and the carseat (Cybex Cloud Q)
- I haven't found any yet
I am extremely satisfied with the pram - I haven't found any minuses. We use it every day on different terrains (Trekking wheels). It can handle any terrain, hills, grass, rocks... I have the Butterfly edition in 3 in 1 combination. The bassinet is beautifully spacious - I can fit my winter stuff sack (Bjallra) beautifully. We haven't tried the seat part yet. We have the Cybex Cloud Q, reclining, also great satisfaction. Everyone praises the stroller. Cybex Priam I can only recommend! It's definitely worth the investment.
A beautiful pushchair, and very practical.
- None for us
For me and my daughter, the best pram. I have nothing to reproach!
- A real lie-flat position - no shaped bucket seat
Perfect manipulation, easy steering.
- large basket
- one-hand fold
- reversible seat unit
- the height also fits taller parents
- peek-a-boo window in the canopy
- tackles worse terrain as well
- extendable canopy
- optional original accessories (cup holder, sibling board, ...)
- simple recline system
- spacious bassinet
- seat unit is very open
- canopy is not long enough when the seat is fully reclined
- maneuverability is more difficult when the seat is fully reclined - a worse center of gravity
- no leg cover included
Even despite small disadvantages, it's the best pram.
- Easy to steer
- Seat can be folded with one hand
- Well-designed basket
- Different colour combinations
- Front wheel axle that can be exchanged for skis
- Starts to squeak quickly
- Handle bar starts to loosen up quickly, too
An amazing stroller in a variety of designs.
- Reclinable, safe car seat
- Large carry cot
- Large canopy
- Large storage basket
- Modern design
- Foldable seat - not a bucket seat
- Heavier car seat
- Original footmuff is narrow for a larger toddler
I couldn't do any better than to leave the choice of stroller to my husband. Maximum satisfaction. The stroller is not only elegant, but also practical. It folds easily into the car. It has a large shopping basket - it really can carry quite a lot. The material is really durable. Our son ate almost everything in it and not a single spill, I just wiped the fabric with a wet wipe (which is always handy). And also - a lot of the components can be taken off and washed. At the mall, my son spilled his entire bottle of water and I waited how we will be dripping till the exit from the mall - but it all dripped into the leather part by my feet and I still had the luxury of continuing shopping.
The belly bar was surprisingly tooth-proof too, not a hint even after long moments of nibbling. We thought about buying front-wheel skis, but after the first snow we realized it would be money wasted. The stroller handled the mountains in February just fine. I used the stroller for 1 year and 3 months and if it doesn't get cold and we don't have a little giant at home, I'm sure I won't give it away - but the seat would be tight for my large toddler with a footmuff. For smaller babies it would be ok even up to 3yrs, I believe. As for the wheels, we had the All Terrain ones and I never dealt with any issues.
The stroller is very easy to handle, one handed and with ease. A really sturdy and quality stroller, well worth the investment. I would recommend it.
I have the Butterfly set, I am completely satisfied. I have both the footmuff and the bag in the same design... The bag is huge, it fits a lot of stuff. The footmuff is fantastic - it looks flimsy, but it's made of great material and keeps the heat in... so it's enough.
A fantastic stroller system. We have the whole set in the limited Koi edition.