Chicco Echo Stroller Stone

£ 58.99

Brand Chicco
Colour Stone
Frame material Aluminium
Age range (description) 0-3 years
Harness type 5 Point
Maximum Weight Recommendation 15 Kilograms
Item weight 18.74 Pounds
  • Suitable from birth to 22kg
  • Modern and stylish stroller with attractive colours, also on the rear tubes.
  • 4 position backrest.
  • 5 point safety harness. Folded dimensions: 31 x 105 cm
  • Lightweight, easy to close and transport.
  • WARNING This product is not suitable for running or skating

Description

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Product Description

The chic­co echo is a stroller designed to meet the demands of dynam­ic mums search­ing for a mod­ern styl­ish prod­uct, with attrac­tive colours, prac­ti­cal and user-friend­ly for every­day use when out and about with their baby. atten­tion has been paid to every sin­gle detail, from the embroi­dered seat, to the look of the wheels cus­tomized with the echo logo. suit­able from birth to 22kgs the seat is spa­cious and the padded back­rest can be adjust­ed with one hand. the back­rest can be reclined flat and the leg rest is adjustable to ensure max­i­mum com­fort. the stroller has lock­able front swiv­el wheels for ease of manoeu­vring. it’s easy to open and close, once closed the light­weight frame folds down to a com­pact size, mak­ing trans­port easy. it comes com­plete with fold­able summer/winter hood, rain cov­er and shop­ping bas­ket. fea­tures: exclu­sive cus­tomized wheels, han­dles with soft-touch hand­grips for extra com­fort, 5‑point safe­ty har­ness with padded shoul­der straps, chas­sis tubes, match­ing the colour of the seat fab­ric, light­weight struc­ture, com­pact when closed, prac­ti­cal car­ry­ing han­dle, rain cov­er includ­ed, spa­cious seat to pro­vide extra com­fort for baby, hood that can be turned into a sun­shade, 4‑position reclin­ing backrest

Box Contains

1x Chicoo Stroller; 1 x Rain­cov­er; 1 x Instruc­tions manual


From the manufacturer

Chicco Echo Stroller Features

Chicco Echo Stroller

Chicco Echo Stroller Side View reclined

Chicco Echo Stroller Rain Cover

Chicco Echo Stroller Folded and Carry Handle

Stylishly suitable from birth to 22kg

Mod­ern and styl­ish stroller with an attrac­tive coor­di­nat­ed colour scheme. Suit­able for use from birth up to 22kg.

Fully reclining backrest

The back­rest can be eas­i­ly adjust­ed to 4 dif­fer­ent posi­tions, includ­ing full recline. Along with the padded seat this always ensures your lit­tle ones is trav­el­ling in com­fort. The rear part of the canopy is also removable.

Shelter from the elements

Includ­ed is a rain cov­er and the sea­son­al hood is eas­i­ly fold­ed, pro­vid­ing shel­ter for your lit­tle one on rainy days or in strong sunlight

Lightweight and easy to carry

Eas­i­ly fold­ed down when not in use and car­ried using the side han­dle. Weigh­ing only 7.6kg you can car­ry the stroller with just one hand, keep­ing your oth­er free to tend to your lit­tle one.

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Additional information

Weight 8.5 kg
Dimensions 47 × 105 × 82 cm
Model Number

79431850930

Product Dimensions

47 x 105 x 82 cm; 8.5 Kilograms

Item model number

79431850930

Target gender

Unisex

Material Composition

35 Steel 55 Polyester 10 Plastic

Additional product features

Raincover included

Number of Items

1

Style

Stroller Stone

Best uses

Pram

Batteries Required

No

Orientation

Forward Facing

Harness type

5 Point

Seating capacity

1

Item Weight

8.5 kg

ASIN

B07KL1TJM1

Date First Available

10 Feb. 2019

Manufacturer

chicco

Reviews

  1. Ama­zon Customer

    Good val­ue and seems well madeDeliv­ery was great and came real­ly quick­ly. Bought to keep at our house for our grand­daugh­ter. Was easy to assem­ble and the bug­gy seems strong and com­fort­able with sep­a­rate see through rain hood — good val­ue and will be very convenient.

  2. Mum­my?

    3 stars-good stars* updat­ed* returned due to faulty wheelsUpdat­ed 4 weeks after bought despite my review, — item unfor­tu­nate­ly returned due to an unbe­liev­ably loud squeak that wouldn’t go with wd40 and a wheel that kept falling off. I was offered the same pram which I didn’t want and I wasn’t allowed to replace it for the the one I want­ed to exchange it for so had to take a refund. Leav­ing me pram­less until I get a refund which isn’t ideal.My boy is 2 & a half. Buy­ing a bug­gy or any­thing for a baby is a mine­field. It’s easy to get pulled in to believ­ing the expen­sive stuff is what’s best for your baby & it’s a load of rub­bish. If I did it all again-which I’m not-but If i did, I’d not but half the junk I have think­ing it’s best. We need­ed a bug­gy, we had our grown out gra­co evo which was a sad time for me, I loved that pram pram but it had to go. We are always on foot or using the bus so we need­ed a bug­gy that was heard wear­ing & not too big. We also have leave our bug­gy out­side nurs­ery so any­thing too expen­sive would only mean buy­ing a cheap­er bug­gy for that pur­pose. In the last few months I have bought a mini easy walk­er-fan­cy but poor , sil­ver­cross pop-light but har­ness issues, 2 Hauck ‑both dis­as­trous con­trap­tions that shouldn’t be allowed on gen­er­al sale & a buga­boo which I don’t know what all the fuss is about, it was gigan­tic — size of a tank blocked the light com­ing through my front door. I had seen this bug­gy months ago & have put off buy­ing because it had mixed reviews but since my hus­band was grow­ing more annoyed with the con­stant box­es & pack­ag­ing tak­ing over our house & because I’d had enough I decid­ed to do it. I wish I’d nev­er wast­ed the time or mon­ey on all the oth­ers. For £65 I think it’s a great lit­tle bug­gy. I’ve giv­en it 3 but not bad stars, they’re well earned the 2 knocked off are because of …1the seat, despite being for a tod­dler over 15k, is roomy but the leg rest is short so even if up, my boys legs still hang down to the footrest.2:I don’t quite under­stand the hood, you can unzip it & pull it down but leav­ing a gap between it and the chair.3: it’s a bit noisy. It feels stur­dy but sounds rickety.4: After unpack­ing, the bug­gy was in my sons bed­room for a few days & every time I walked in the smell was a lit­tle a bit much. like new plas­tic & sea­wa­ter. It’s gone now­Some points to con­sid­er: the rain cov­er doesn’t cov­er the whole pram but does cov­er a lot of itThe har­ness is fixed to the back of the seat, so no adjust­ing­Good points:folds easy, seems stur­dy, bug­gy bar, it is a hand­some pram, the frame is curved & a grey mat colour & the han­dles are a Good height, I’m not tall but I find some pushchairs give me a stitch when push­ing. It’s not heavy to push, the recline is buy a catch not a stu­pid bit of string. We can get on & off the bus with­out dra­ma. ThE price-£65 for this is bril­liant espe­cial­ly when you com­pare it with the sim­i­lar­ly priced or more expen­sive ones out there. Out of all the ones I’ve tried, this is the best one hands downs. Most impor­tant­ly, I put my boy in & he sits com­fort­ably, doesn’t try & escape (unlike the Hauck ones) & seems hap­py with the rain­cov­er on. I’d rec­om­mend this to any­one, my star rat­ing is well deserved.

  3. iulia

    AMAZING for TALL peo­pleI have been bend­ing my back with the old­er Chic­co stroller for 2 years now. That one car­ried 30 kilos of gro­cery + child almost every day for 2 years and nev­er even broke down. This is the main rea­son I chose to order Chic­co again. This is super easy to steer and to climb on and off the high obsta­cles (as pave­ments, or the train plat­forms), but I feel there is not a lot of com­fort for baby sit­ting up. He tends to slide a lit­tle off the sit­ting area and the seat­belt inbe­tween his legs tends to sqeeze him a bit. Good val­ue for mon­ey, though.

  4. A E T

    Great val­ue bug­gy for every­day use BUT…This is a good bug­gy and excel­lent val­ue, how­ev­er I had to return it because it’s not appro­pri­ate for the pur­pose I had intended‑I bought this because I was look­ing for a light com­pact and eas­i­ly fold­ed down bug­gy for use in Lon­don. The descrip­tion says that this is light and eas­i­ly car­ried — I found this not to be the case, I found it very heavy and near impos­si­ble to car­ry with one hand, cer­tain­ly not whilst doing any­thing with the oth­er like tend­ing to a small child. Looks like I’ll have to spend more to get one of the tru­ly easy to car­ry buggies.

  5. Pouriya R.

    Great pram, good val­ue for mon­eyBrought this pram for hol­i­day and it was ide­al. End­ed up using for both my 2.5year old and 11 month.It’s not the light­est in weight but was no prob­lem fly­ing with it , real­ly easy to use. Com­fy for the child and prac­ti­cal. I took this pram every­where on hol­i­day ( in the boat, beach , restau­rants) they would sleep in it for hours. Intend to use in U.K. Too , good buy would def­i­nite­ly recommend.

  6. Iain

    Good qual­i­ty, good priceGood qual­i­ty stroller, easy to assem­ble, this would have been giv­en a 5 star review…but due to not being able to adjust to dif­fer­ent heights can cause some restric­tions, as I am over 6ft its com­fort­able for me to use but when my wife uses it its less com­fort­able due to her being just over 5ft…but oth­er than this A plus all round.…so quick note to man­u­fac­ture for next mod­el make han­dles adjustable

  7. keit­mort

    Not fit for pur­pose.Com­plete and utter rub­bish. The bug­gy is real­ly heavy, very thin padding and worst of all a total­ly unfit for pur­pose seat har­ness com­pound­ed by awful user instruc­tions. We have no idea how to prop­er­ly use the seat tabs in con­junc­tion with shoul­der straps. Either the har­ness is far too tight or far too loose for our 5 month old grand­daugh­ter. Steer well clear of this piece of rubbish.

  8. gem­ma ingleman

    Back wheels take a while to suss out how to put on as I couldn’t find the clips 😂Actu­al­ly real­ly pleased real­ly stur­dy, easy to fold and man­uover son fits in it well he’s 18 months.Good val­ue for money 👍

  9. megan

    Good trav­el pramI brought this pram based of one review I read that it was made for tall peo­ple , so I thought per­fect myself and my fam­i­ly are real­ly tall and I hate prams that give you a bad back lean­ing over to push it , I find this pram very light­weight and super easy to fold away , I was look­ing for some­thing easy as I have arthri­tis so most prams I have major issues with , my first one hanuk was amaz­ing but so hard to fold and also very heavy but was great for my son from being born and still using it now but only for going shop­ping , but I need­ed some­thing eas­i­er for lit­tle trips out and going to and from appoint­ments and this was a great buy , only prob­lem I do have is how low to the ground the seat is , my son is 2 near­ly 3 yes most kids would be walk­ing by now and hard­ly using the pram ect but my son is autis­tic and some days he will­ing and hap­py to walk oth­er days he won’t , so that’s why he’s still In a pram , my son also is very tall like myself and his dad , he’s the hight and built of a 4–5 year old and always gets mis­tak­en for being old­er , but the seat being so low down is a issue as his feet go way past the foot rest at the bot­tom , but oth­er than that , for any­one tall like myself or has issues with lift­ing / car­ry­ing heavy prams this is ur best fit , it’s also so easy to con­trol while push­ing it and the hood at the top also pulls down more than most so good for keep­ing sun out of kids faces

  10. MT

    Putting the wheels on and instruc­tionsThe wheels have to be attached and the process is fair­ly straight for­ward except one of the retain­ing pins was too tight­ly squeezed togeth­er and could not be insert­ed (Thumb hurt after try­ing as its the only way to push it in). End­ed up using to Ply­er to prize open the pin a bit more allow­ing it to be slot­ted in and then using the ply­ers again to tight­en it. As would hap­pen it was the last of the four pins. Also note the safe­ty belts come set for a 2–6 month child and to adjust for a 1 year old you need to take them out of the mate­r­i­al hooks on the seats. The instruc­tions are not very clear and it took a while to work out why the har­ness would not fit.

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