Infababy Ezeego Stroller review
In a nutshell
Suitable from birth to 3 years, the Ezeego is a lightweight, stylish stroller which is extremely compact when folded, making it a great occasional or travel buggy
What we tested
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- Worth the money
3.5A star rating of 3.5 out of 5.
- Stylish, compact, lightweight, comfortable, quick-folding, one-handed steer, easy to recline, 360-degree wheels
- Non-adjustable handle, narrow handlebar, small and hard-to-access shopping basket, not great on some surfaces
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Founded in 2008, Infababy pride themselves on their ethos of making the world a better place for parents and babies. Their collection of travel systems, prams, strollers, car seats and nursery furniture have won numerous awards. Infababy is based in Ireland and you can only order from the website directly, but shipping is free.
The Ezeego is a next-generation, light and compact folding stroller, designed to see your child through from birth to 3 years. At £209.00 (although regularly heavily discounted on the Infababy website – currently retailing at £109.99), the Ezeego is a mid-market stroller, more expensive than the Red Kite Push Me Kwik, (£85), yet significantly cheaper than the also stylish and compact Babyzen Yoyo+ (£375).
Annabelle Devitt is from Gloucestershire and tested the highchair with her 7-month-old son Tadhg. Annabelle is a writer and journalist and is currently the Lifestyle Editor at Closer magazine. She has also edited her own showbiz column in a national newspaper and written for magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire and Look.
What were your first impressions of the Infababy Ezeego Stroller?
I loved the look of the stroller as soon as it was out of the box, it’s really stylish and feels sturdy. I am a bit of a pushchair snob and like a smart, attractive buggy – the Ezeego ticks the boxes, though!
Is it easy to assemble the stroller?
There was no assembly needed at all and it was easy to work out how to open the buggy. I watched a quick and simple video on the Infababy website which helped me familiarise myself with the functions.
How does the Infababy Ezeego stroller compare to other compact-folding pushchairs you have tried?
My son is still in his travel system, but I’ve tested a couple of other strollers and found the Ezeego the easiest to fold and store. It also feels very sturdy for such a lightweight pram and feels better quality than other strollers I’ve pushed.
What age is the Ezeego suitable for?
The Ezeego is recommended from birth to 3 years. My son is 7 months old and the stroller was ideal for him. Although it can be used for newborns, I’d prefer something more padded and protected for a tiny baby. I imagine we’ll be able to use the stroller for years to come as my son grows.
Does the Infababy Ezeego come with a carrycot?
No, it’s purely a collapsible stroller.
Is the seat unit comfortable and spacious?
The seat is very padded and the material feels nice. My son doesn’t usually like being strapped into anything, but he was happy in the stroller. The harness is comfortable and easy to clip together – great for little wrigglers!
Does the seat on the Infababy Ezeego stroller recline?
Yes. There are 5 different recline positions, which is a major benefit of this stroller, and the reclining function is really easy to use (it’s just a pinch clip on the rear of the seat). My son fell asleep in the stroller one day, and I was able to gently recline him without waking him, which was a huge bonus.
How does the pushchair fold?
The Ezeego pushchair is really easy to fold, there’s no need to remove the seat and it takes just a couple of seconds.
- Firstly, push down the button on the inside of the top handlebar.
- Fold the handlebar backwards.
- Push the back of the chair gently forwards and it collapses gently to a compact size.
How compact is the Infababy Ezeego when folded and unfolded?
Unfolded, the pram’s dimensions are H100cm x W47cm x L81cm, and when folded it measures H29cm x W47cm x L56cm – which makes it really easy to store as it doesn’t take up much space at all. Ideal for a small boot or storing in a cupboard.
Does it fit in an aeroplane overhead locker?
Yes, we are taking it with us on a flight in a few months and it will be much easier than taking his travel system in the hold.
Does the Infababy Ezeego stroller fit in the boot of your car?
Yes, it fits really easily into the boot of both my VW Polo and Hyundai Tucson, and would be ideal for fitting in even the smallest of boots.
How lightweight is the pushchair?
It weighs just 6kg, so it’s very easy to put in and take out of the boot and to carry when folded.
How easy is the Infababy Ezeego to push and steer?
The stroller is really light and easy to push and feels smooth on most surfaces. I found it easy to steer, though it was a little bit trickier with one hand, so if you’re holding the hand of a toddler at the same time, it can be a bit difficult going over bumps and pavements. The pram felt sturdy, yet very light, and my son was secure in the pram and wasn’t bouncing around at all.
How about on more challenging surfaces?
I really struggled pushing the stroller on gravel, in fact, it was virtually impossible, which is tricky for me as our driveway is gravel. Apart from that, it was smooth and easy to push on grass and going up and down pavements.
What was the Infababy Ezeego stroller like on public transport?
We took the pram on a bus and found it was easy to get on and off the bus and didn’t take up too much space when we were on board. If there are two of you and the bus is full, it would also be easy to take the baby out and fold it down.
What do you think of its wheels?
The wheels swivel 360 degrees and are great on pretty much all surfaces. The wheels made turning corners or switching direction easy and they are very smooth.
Is the frame of the Infababy Ezeego Stroller strong?
Yes, the frame felt very well made and good quality, and I felt my son was very safe in the stroller.
How is interacting with your child when in the buggy?
There is a peephole in the hood which is handy for checking they’re OK, but it’s not huge so I was unable to get my son’s attention using it. At his age, I prefer using his travel system so he’s facing me and I can interact with him, but as he gets older and is more interested in the outside world, this stroller is ideal.
Are the Infababy Ezeego stroller’s brakes effective?
The brakes are simple and easy to use – just a small pad on both the left and right side of the pram. They’re smooth and convenient to use, and flip-flop friendly!
How easily can you access the basket and is it big enough to store everything you need?
This was a disappointing feature of the pram – the shopping basket is fairly difficult to access and not particularly big. It would be fine for a few small items, but won’t store a changing bag or a handbag, for example.
What do you think of the hood of the Infababy Ezeego stroller?
The hood is brilliant and offers great coverage and protection from the weather. It comes right over baby’s head without restricting their view. It feels good quality and is virtually silent to push back and forward. It has a small peephole window which is handy for checking up on your child while out and about.
What do you think of the handlebar?
For me the handlebar is one of the main drawbacks of the pram. It’s non-adjustable, which shouldn’t be a problem unless you’re tall like me. I’m 5’11” and found I had to lean forward a little to push. The handlebar is also narrow, which feels unnatural to push, but is handy if you can only push with one hand.
How did you like the look of the Infababy Ezeego Stroller overall?
The stroller comes in 5 colours: black, lunar grey, ocean blue, lavender and bumble bee. My favourites are the black and grey as they’re so smart, but I think young children would like the bright colours. The pushchair looks nice and is stylishly designed so the colour is just personal preference.
What’s in the box?
The stroller, a raincover and a smart travel bag – which is great if you want to take it away but don’t want the wheels to dirty your boot.
Are there any additional extras that you can buy for the Infababy Ezeego?
You don’t need anything, but you can buy a bottle holder (£11.49), a footmuff (£16.99), a parasol (£19.99) and a ride-on unit with a seat for an older child to attach to the back (£59.99).
What would you have wanted to know before you purchased the pushchair?
The fact the handlebar wasn’t adjustable was a disappointment for me and would put me off buying. But the weight, quality and comfort of the stroller is very impressive.
Who would the Infababy Ezeego stroller be most useful for?
This is a great buy for anyone who is short on space, either in the house or in their boot. It’s also fab for anyone who travels regularly.
What was your favourite feature?
For me it’s got to be how compact it folds and how lightweight it is. I feel like I’m forever wrestling with heavy prams and lifting them into my boot, so it was lovely to have a stroller that’s so easy to get in and out of the car.
Is the Infababy Ezeego stroller worth the money?
For the price I would expect an adjustable handlebar, but this is more important to me as I’m tall. I liked how light, yet sturdy, the pram felt and my son was very happy in the nicely padded seat. I’d recommend this pushchair to a friend, especially if they needed something lightweight and compact.
How does the Infababy Ezeego compare to similar strollers?
|Product name||Age suitability||Dimensions when folded||Weight||RRP|
|Infababy Ezeego stroller||Birth to 15kg||H:56cmxW:47cmxD:29cm||6kg||£209.99|
|Joolz Aer||Birth (with carrycot) to 22kg||H:53.5cmxW45cmxL21.5cm||6.1kg||£399|
|Baby Jogger City Tour 2||Birth (with carrycot) to 22kg||H:59cmxW:49.5xL:25cm||6.5kg||£269|
|Microlife ProFold||Birth to 15kg||H:51.5cmxW:44cmxL:24cm||7.5kg||£225|
Where can you buy the Infababy Ezeego stroller?
You have to buy directly from Infababy.
The USP of this stroller is definitely the weight and compact folding, so it really is ideal for anyone limited on space. The stroller also looks stylish and is wonderfully smooth to push on most surfaces. The non-adjustable, narrow handlebar makes it slightly uncomfortable to push if you’re tall and the basket is hard to access and quite limited on space, but it makes a great holiday stroller.
|Dimensions & Weight|
|Dimensions||H:100cm W:47cm L:81cm|
|Dimensions (folded)||H:29cm W:56cm L:47cm|
|Child age (approx)||Birth to 3 years|
|Travel system compatible||No|
|Seat facing direction||Forward facing|