- lay-flat seat
- high-quality fabrics, leatherette coversand padding - and I personally love the pastel colors
- even if it doesn't seem so, a rather spacious seat unit with quite a large canopy
- shopping basket size is pleasant - it was actually big enough to hold my older son :-D
- quality joints with metal parts mean longevity while the compactness won't mean rattling or weak chassis
- practical details - like the integrated bag holders on the handlebar
- accessories availability - height adapters for the carrycot, child's bumper bar, and other
- not the lowest price - but you get what you pay for
- the bumper bar is sold separately (as well as other accessories) - making the price even higher
- I would make the leg rest longer and cover it with some wipe-clean layer
- the seat unit is lower to the ground, which is not a negative by itself, but tall parents sometimes don't like this
- clicking off the seat unit needs some getting used to - it's not that intuitive, thinking about aligning the signs
- someone could ming the specific design, mainly that of the canopy - I would probably make it more round to make it pleasing for the general public - and an even larger sun visor would also help
Charley, for me - yes, yes, yes, and I rate it 90 %! It is the same category as the Cybex Mios, Silver Cross Spirit… adding better wheels, awesome padding, good driveability, and unique design. Don't forget, I am taking into account that I am rating a compact model - and I am not searching for real all-terrain capability or features not expected from a small urban model. If you take it for what it is, you will find out that in it's smallness, it's a great stroller.
This is an extract from our long-read Easywalker Charley full stroller review.