The BabyStyle Oyster 3 Rich Navy Luxury Travel System is the latest addition to the BabyStyle family. The Rich Navy champions opportunity with a true winning mentality. Revolutionary features packed into a compact fold, easy to use system.
Larger stroller, smaller fold.
In a world where space saving engineering is key, the Oyster 3 may be larger than the Oyster 2: it sits higher, has a larger footprint, larger turbine wheels and even takes a 20kg child. To make life easier, the Oyster 3 fold is exceptionally compact for its size and it folds with the seat unit attached. There is also a retractable carry handle, making it easier to handle, whether storing away or on public transport.
This is a stroller that in pushchair mode, will fold with the seat in both the forward and rear-facing positions. Removing and refitting the seat is both easy and ergonomic; simply reach and pull up the strap nestled between the seat and backrest and lift. The seat also has a full ‘lie-flat recline’ (in both positions) making it suitable from birth, a 5-point safety harness with both shoulder pads and a headrest for extra comfort, and an unzip extendable canopy featuring UV 50+ protection, a pull-out sun visor and ventilation net for hot summer days.
The beautifully crafted Oyster3 chassis is available in either the popular Oyster City Grey or Mirror (chrome) and is intricately finished with a hand-stitched bumper bar and handle, which features a telescopic adjustment design. BabyStyle have integrated an ultra-smooth ride with new larger turbine design wheels housed by ER-foam filled tyres that are both highly durable and puncture-free. Oyster3 also features a softer suspension for multi-terrain outings as well as swivel front wheels, which are lockable via a single switch.
What’s really impressive about Oyster3 is the fact the it grows with the passenger from baby to child; there are two release buttons on the edge of the hood that when pressed simultaneously allows the parent to adjust the height of the canopy and harness without touching the straps.