Echo Twin Stroller Review (Chicco)

Echo Twin Stroller
What It Is

The Echo Twin Stroller is a dual stroller with a side-by-side design to allow kids to sit next to each other, yet each seat can be adjusted to fit the needs of each individual child. The seats recline in four positions, though they don't recline fully, so your child won't be able to lie down completely flat. The seats are easy to adjust as are the leg rests, which offer two positions. The seats are padded for comfort, and there's a five-point harness for safety. The two canopies don't offer that much sun coverage, but there are removable panels that provide added enclosure and zip off to allow air flow. There are two separate mesh storage baskets underneath that each have a five-pound weight limit. You can't fit a ton in the baskets, but when the seats are in the upright position, you can easily store things in the baskets. At 28-inches wide, the stroller should comfortably fit through doorways and is easy to push and maneuver. The front swivel wheels make it easier to turn. On rougher terrain such as gravel, you can lock the wheels by raising the levers. The brakes are located on the rear wheels and are easy to use, but all three levers must be pushed down for the brakes to lock fully. This folds like an umbrella stroller but is much sturdier, so while the compact fold-and-carry handle make it great for storage and travel, it's not a light stroller. It weighs a little over 30 pounds, which is still lighter than many double strollers, especially ones that are this durable. It's available in a coal color, which is a mix of gray and black.

Why Is It Useful?

The Echo Twin is a really nice, stylish-looking stroller that offers comfort and ease of use. It would be good for parents with twins or with two children of differing ages.

Who It’s For

The Echo Twin is for babies as young as 6 months old with a weight limit of 40 pounds per seat.

What To Be Aware Of

Some assembly is required with the wheels, canopies, and cup holder, but we found it easy enough to do in under 20 minutes.

  • Is It Useful?

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  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy