The Echo is a great value, simple to use pushchair that can be used from birth and it full of useful features
At under £100, understandably the Echo doesn’t offer the quality of some pricier models. But it’s still superb value for parents on tight budgets, who need a buggy that’s suitable from birth or which reclines well for naps. All the straps are adjustable making it flexible for children of all ages, and it has a sturdy five-point harness. There is a carry handle and the seat can be reclined back into four different positions, which is simple to operate.
It's superb value for parents on tight budgets, who need a buggy that’s suitable from birth or which reclines well for naps.
The Echo’s wheels can be locked or swivelled meaning it feels light and nippy to push. It’s a shame the hood doesn’t extend very far and the brake is not very firm and the shopping basket is not particularly roomy. It does feel flimsier than other models, but we feel that the quality is reflected in the price. It’s an ideal model to use for public transport users or a second buggy for trips away.