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Cybex Eezy s+2 versus Chicco Goody Plus - which ultra-compact stroller is comfy and sturdy enough?

Alto • 15 Nov 2021

Hey Eli,

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I would like to ask you which is your favorite between the Cybex Eezy S+2 and Chicco Goody Plus. My search is for an ultracompact one that is easy to fold, comfortable, sturdy enough.

Any other suggestions?

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Eli • 15 Nov 2021

Heya, Alto,

Here, because of the size dimensions, I like the Cybex Eezy S+2 a bit more - it will just feel a bit larger because it is. Also, the larger wheels are always a plus. On the other hand, the Eezy S+2 is LARGER than a usual cabin-sized stroller, so it may not be taken on board as a carry-on by multiple airlines. Also, if sturdiness is your concern, the Chicco Goody Plus is a bit better off, but, of course, given the low weight and small size of both strollers, none of those is the sturdiest model there is. They cannot be absolutely sturdy since they are made to be the smallest possible - read more about the topic of ultra-compact strollers here. In the end, just weigh whether you need a bit larger seat and a bit better hood of the Eezy S+2 more, or you'd prefer the smaller size and a more practical chassis of the Goody+.

If I were to suggest something of more quality even, I'd go for a Joolz Aer, most probably. Its frame is simply very well made for such a size of a buggy. Durability-wise, the Mamas&Papas Airo or the Quinny LDN are also well made, so a bit of ultracompact stroller inspiration for you 😊

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