Best of Baby Unique Standout: Cybex E-PRIAM E-stroller

This innovative stroller gives parents the helping hand they need to explore longer and farther outdoors with baby.
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Published September 15, 2020
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There are a bunch of different stroller types out there to solve parents’ myriad needs: Compact strollers, umbrella strollers, travel systems, double strollers, the list goes on. Cybex recently added a new one to the mix: an electric motor-powered stroller. And for those who need a helping hand pushing baby’s ride over uneven terrain or up or down steep slopes, the e-PRIAM is pretty revolutionary.

What We Love

• No, this isn’t some suped-up ride where you flip a switch and watch your stroller take off—the e-PRIAM works just like a standard stroller, but with the push of your foot, the activated motorized support will give you a little boost as you stroll and stops when you stop

• That little bit of help lets you walk up and down hills with ease (the braking support detects how much you’re pulling back on the handle and slows your descent accordingly); for those who are recovering from a c-section or struggle with strength or mobility issues (or are just out of breath from pushing their toddler and their haul of groceries), this is a pretty empowering gift

• With the e-PRIAM, you can navigate all kinds of terrain, including sand, snow, gravel and cobblestones, giving you more freedom to explore

• The electric motors, sensors and onboard systems are all discretely integrated into the stroller frame’s design, giving the e-PRIAM the same sleek, luxury look that Cybex products are known for

• As a travel system, you can use the frame with a stroller seat, a newborn carry cot or an infant car seat

Buy it: $1,450,

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