Chicco is a brand we as a family are vastly growing fond of, I adore the practically of each product, the fun colourful designs. Today I wanted to share with you our experiences with the Chicco Echo Stroller, this is a stroller has been designed with the stylish mum in mind there are many attractive colours to choose from, the design itself is simple yet comfortable and it can be used from 0 to 36 months of age.
Lets talk design first, I absolutely love the black and blue contrast chassis it looks very eye catching and the blue is absolutely gorgeous. I never really thought I’d like a blue stroller, when preparing for the arrival of Vinny and whilst choosing my travel system I wanted something understated and plain but now Vinny is bigger I really love having that splash of colour. It’s super fun and vibrant which is gorgeous for the Summertime, and I love the chic Echo logo situated on the seat. The padded reclining seat has four positions to choose from and you can lie little one straight down which is perfect, it’s always nice to be able to lie them down when they want a little snooze and you also have the option to move the leg rest for added comfort. I really love the 5 point safety harness, it is padded and is also super easy to fasten which has been lovely for us as our last pushchair was much more difficult to fasten causing problems when Vinny was a little grouchy and didn’t want to sit in his pushchair.
The stroller is easy to open and close, and is also very compact which is ideal for smaller cars there is also a Carry handle so you can easily pop the pushchair in the car and the frame itself is super light weight too which is absolutely fantastic. Some extra features to this pushchair are; customised Echo wheels, handles with soft touch grips (fab for hanging shopping bags off), rain cover included, spacious comfortable seat for baby and a hood that can be turned into a sun shade. The one thing I would change accessibility of the basket, it is pretty big for a stroller however I find it quite hard to get into when I have larger bags, it doesn’t effect us too much because we just hang any extra bags off the handle if we need to and we generally use this stroller for quick trips to the shops and walks so I don’t rely on it too much for storage but it would be nice to maybe adjust that a little. Apart from that it’s been a dream to use.
Overall we are really enjoying the Chicco Echo, it’s definitely my favourite so far. I adore the colour, how sturdy it is and the ease of use not to mention the roomy padded seat that is very comfortable for Vinny, he thoroughly enjoys being in it. If your looking for a new stroller then I’d highly recommend this one, the price point is fantastic for the quality you get and it’s currently on offer in Mothercare for just £49.99 I’d snap it up quick if I were you!
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