Steelcraft Savvi Stroller Review



$519 at Baby Bunting only


Frame: 5.8kg
Complete stroller: 9kg




Unfolded: L 80 x W 62 x H 112 cm
Folded: L 72 x W 62 x H 27.5 cm

Storage basket

12kg (basket)


Front wheels swivel lockable

In the box

Stroller frame
Convertible bassinet / seat unit
Arm bar
2 x front wheels
2 x rear wheels
Bassinet liner
Boot cover
Rain cover
2 x Shoulder harness pads
2 x CLICK N GO receivers


Britax Head and Body Support Pillow
Britax Stroller Organiser


Seat only
World facing or rear facing, 4 recline positions

Bassinet only
Rear facing (seat converts to bassinet)

Baby capsule only
Rear facing

Height adjustable handlebar

Yes, pivotable handle


Yes, magnetic closure

Baby capsule compatibility

Compatible with included CLICK N GO receivers:
Britax Safe-n-Sound Unity
Britax Safe-n-Sound Unity NEOS  


2 years

Other Britax prams:

Steelcraft Agile 4
Steelcraft Agile Twin
Steelcraft Agile Elite
Steelcraft Strider Compact Deluxe
Steelcraft Savvi (this pram)
Steelcraft ONE 2
Steelcraft Stroll Lite
Steelcraft Ezi Ride
Steelcraft Urban Life
Steelcraft Agile Plus
Steelcraft Accent Reverse Handle Travel System Stroller

Pros and cons


+ The Savvi’s seat converts into a bassinet to make it suitable for newborns
+ It is quite versatile in its configuration
+ Has a very large storage basket


– Many users have reported the front wheels will lock up and not be able to push
– Cannot take a second seat or bassinet

Bottom line

The Steelcraft Savvi is a new lightweight stroller that can be your daily runabout. It comes with included CLICK N GO receivers that will attach a Britax capsule – perfect if you have already invested down that route.

It is suitable for newborns with its convertible bassinet seat, which is very handy, and has a massive 12kg storage basket which is handy for carrying all of the nappies, toys, food and other things you’ll inevitably need to carry.

At 9kg it is lighter than a lot of other models but where it really suffers is the design of the front wheels which sadly have a tendency to lock up sideways and make it very difficult to push, which is a shame.

It is a quite affordable but the Redsbaby Metro is probably better value given the issues with the steering.

Why you would buy it:

You want an affordable baby capsule stroller that has a large storage basket.

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