Eternis M4 Stroller Review (Cybex Gold)

Eternis M4 Stroller
What It Is

A new stroller is on the block with the Cybex Eternis M4. This stroller from Cybex features some details that we're pretty excited about. This four-wheel stroller features foam-filled rubber tires that never go flat while handling bumpy roads. All wheel suspension front tires measure about eight inches while the back larger tires measure 11.8 inches. While this is an all-terrain stroller, it's very lightweight, which makes it stand out. The one-hand compact fold with a standing fold is great for parents on the go, especially in city streets. The canopy is pretty large with a mesh window. The seat of the stroller has a generous recline to keep your sleeping baby comfortable. A basket under the seat is easily accessible, and an adjustable handlebar helps accommodate varying heights. The swing-away bumper bar helps get kids in and out of the stroller easily. 

Why Is It Useful?
Overall, this is a great stroller. We especially love that it's all-terrain and lightweight. For city dwellers, this is especially helpful because you never know what sort of sidewalk terrain you're going to run into. It's also great for suburban living because you can take it out on trails or mall strolls, and taking this out of the car is easy because of its light weight. The one-hand fold makes it especially convenient for taking on subways or loading into your car.
Who It’s For
This is for use from birth up to 55 pounds. The Cybex Eternis M4 and its many features is something parents are going to enjoy almost as much as their infants. The all-terrain aspects of the wheels make it a top choice among parents as they'll no longer have to worry about their stroller getting stuck or the wheels getting messed up on bumpy roads.
What To Be Aware Of
One thing to note: the Cybex Eternis M4 stroller is only compatible with Cybex infant car seats. The stroller weighs about 21 pounds. The Cybex Eternis M4 is travel-system ready and fits the Cybex infant car seats and baby cot, which are sold separately. 
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  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy