The demands CYBEX places on the development and manufacture of its strollers are based on a simple aim: to provide modern parents with the best equipment available. The new e-PRIAM is our calling card. Inspired by the clear, timeless design of Ray and Charles Eames, CYBEX has developed a stroller that is not only especially practical and robust, but also a true designer piece.
With its products, CYBEX wants to enable parents to express their style-savvy and trendsetting fashion sense as a family. That´s why CYBEX designed the new e-PRIAM, with its sophisticated look, pure aesthetic lines and high-quality materials.
And since true design is distinguished by its practically, the new e-PRIAM is especially handy. Its new 4-in-1 travel system can be individually customized, using just one frame. With the comfortable LITE Cot or LUX Carry Cot, the system transforms into a cosy bed on wheels. Paired with the award-winning CYBEX infant car seats, it becomes an agile mobile support. Later, the e-PRIAM serves small children as a safe, comfortable travel companion whose sitting direction can be individually adjusted.
Individual Design: Customize your e-PRIAM according to your individual taste. Combine your frame of choice with a wide choice of seat packs and change the look of your stroller whenever you want. Versatile and stylish, the frame is available in several sophisticated colours: a contemporary matt black, a refined rosegold, and chrome with black or brown details.
Battery: Powered by a Lithium-ion battery, the e-PRIAM has a range of approximately 8–45 km depending on load and conditions. The battery can be charged within six hours, and the charge status is easily checked via an LED indicator in the rear axle.
Sensors: Sensors in the handlebar detect pushing and pulling effort, while a smart algorithm works continuously to calculate the optimum amount of support you need, adapting to travelling conditions and changes in terrain in the blink of an eye.
Engines: The e-PRIAM’s two electric engines add powered support when needed, and are quiet enough to allow your child to sleep uninterrupted. Discretely located behind the back wheels, the engines are attached to either end of the rear axle.