Chicco Echo Stroller, Stone | Birth to 22kg, Foldable, Lightweight, Lay-flat

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Chicco Echo Stroller, Stone | Birth to 22kg, Foldable, Lightweight, Lay-flat

Chicco Echo Stroller, Stone | Birth to 22kg, Foldable, Lightweight, Lay-flat

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Its simple design means that the Chicco Echo Twin Stroller is unlikely to turn heads. It’s not as stylish as the likes of the iCandy Peach 6 or the Mountain Buggy Duet V3.2, but that’s to be expected considering its price tag. The dark fabric is robust though and doesn’t stain easily and, while the seat covers aren’t removable, they can be wiped with a damp cloth and mild soap. During testing, mud cleaned off the frame without much effort and the wheels cleaned up well with warm water and detergent. What’s the Echo Twin like to look at? With six sets of wheels, the Chicco Echo Twin Stroller has double that of the Thule Urban Glide 2 Double. Being a popular worldwide brand, Chicco’s instruction manual comes in multiple languages. It includes good diagrams and explanations on how to assemble and use the pram, as well as basic care information. Suitable from birth onwards, the Chicco Echo Stroller in Power Blue is perfect for your little one until 15kg. The large and spacious seat provides a number of comfortable positions that allow you to choose from 4 recline options, including a lay flat position to allow your little one to rest whilst out and about.

When juice was spilled on the seat material during testing, it didn’t hold the liquid on the surface as well as some of the more premium prams we tested. The liquid wiped away without leaving a stain, but the seat ended up wet. If you want a double pushchair that folds up easily and doesn’t take up too much room, this could well be it. The Echo Twin doesn’t claim to have a one-handed fold, as you see on the likes of the iCandy Peach 6, but with a bit of practice it can be done. Its footprint is useful when going to shops and restaurants where space is limited, and it should fit neatly into a designated pushchair space on the bus.* The aluminum frame in the Viaro and three wheel design provide you with maneuverability that’s hard to pass up, but what makes this stroller different from the Echo is that it accepts all KeyFit car seats.The handles feature soft hand grips for extra comfort as this product is made with both baby and parent in mind – that’s why there is also an included carry handle to give parents a helping hand. With two children in tow, you’ll require a sturdy pram that you can load up for a day out. The Echo Twin’s frame is made from steel with several plastic components and, while not as solid as pricier buggies like the Thule Urban Glide 2 Double, it’s sturdy enough to comfortably hold two children plus extra baggage. It does recline like the Echo though and has great safety features like rear brakes too along with extra features like a storage tray and cup holder. When it comes to your comfort, this might be just the stroller for you thanks to the one-hand fold and auto-positioning wheels. Similarities

We tested the seats with one and both children inside, using a heavy bag to see how it would cope with a second toddler and a 2kg bag in place of a newborn. The stroller has a low centre of balance, making it hard to topple. What about the brakes? The individual hoods, on the other hand, are fairly basic and offer no UV protection, only just covering the top of a child’s head in low winter sun. While you can remove the rear section of the hood to offer more air on hot days, this isn't a function that parents would get much use out of. We’d prefer a deeper, more effective, hood. Is there a rain cover?

We liked the recline mechanism on this buggy – one of the best we tested – and found adjusting it with one hand easy to accomplish. The recline feels secure and smooth when in lie-flat mode, so it doesn’t disturb a sleeping child, and the harness can be adjusted for children of different ages. The Chicco Echo Twin Stroller has two individual baskets that sit under each seat. Unfortunately, this makes them quite small – holding up to 2.3kg each – so aren’t adequate enough to fit bulky items. Because the Echo Twin is very user-friendly, you’re unlikely to need the instructions again once you're set up. However, the manual includes warranty information, which is two years for manufacturing defaults, and head office details should you need them. The Chicco Echo Twin can be used from newborn up to 15kg. The material is snug to the frame, ensuring no gaps for small fingers to get caught, and the seats nicely padded.



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