Conclusion: A lot of mums invest in a great pushchair that’s suitable from birth and has lots of features. However, many then decide to buy a much lighter weight stroller with an umbrella fold to use on quick shopping trips or to take on holiday. This one will last you right from birth until toddler years. You could probably buy one that’s lighter just for holidays, or one that’s comfier for your newborn, but you’ll struggle to find one that’s as versatile as the Chicco LiteWay.
Pros: Great shopping tray, chunky wheels, seat lies flat, This pushchair has so much going for it. It folds really small, it’s light, it’s manoeuvrable, and the shopping basket is a great size. I don’t really see the point of the basket adapting to a backpack, but it does, and it could be useful on days out or holidays. Reclining the seat to five different positons is simple, using a lever at the back. I found it has a smoother fold mechanism and a better brake than many li...
Cons: Doesn't look very exciting, Like many lightweights, the seat is fairly narrow, and so if you have a big two year old, it may feel a bit restrictive. It’s also not quite as light as a Maclaren, so isn’t as great to use as a holiday buggy, particularly if you’re going abroad and need to cart it around by hand. Finally, it’s probably not the one for you if you’re after something that looks different and stylish, as it’s quite traditional.
Excerpt: Parmi les poussettes cannes, la Chicco Lite Way est plus lourde que d’autres poussettes concurrentes . Elle pèse ainsi 7.96 kg* contre 6.14 kg* pour la Mac Laren Quest par exemple. Une fois pliée , elle est aussi plus volumineuse que la moyenne des poussettes cannes.