The easy walker mosey is a from birth, reversible stroller with some great features. A good all rounder that should last until your child is walking and no longer needs a stroller.
The complete unit consists of the frame, carrycot and seat unit. Materials are all good quality and the feel of the stroller is extremely solid. The carrycot and seat unit both click into the frame and the whole thing can be folded with seat/cot in situ.
The carrycot is suitable from birth and concertinas flat at the pull of a toggle. This novel feature means the pram folds nice and flat for transport. The carrycot itself is sturdy and well padded, albeit not terribly large, fitting a child up to about 70cm max.
The seat can be parent or world facing and is easy to remove and replace. The seat can recline flat or be bolt upright, with positions in between. There's a removable bumper bar and although the seat is lightweight and oyster style fold, it is comfortable and has side pieces so small objects won't just fall out.
The handle is height adjustable and both Dh (six foot) and I (just over five foot) can use it comfortably. One really useful little feature is a couple of hooks on the handle - these are fantastic to hang bags on and keep a changing bag perfectly in place!
The harness is comfortable and easily adjustable, with a lovely chunky buckle which is extremely easy to use - no fiddling with five different puzzle pieces here! The only downside of the harness is that both shoulder and waist straps connect permanently to the buckle. While this makes the harness really easy to put on, it means that any foot muff you use must accommodate this. The included footmuff has long vertical slots in the back to pull the harness through - in order to use a warmer or alternative footmuff you may need to extend the holes the straps go through, pull the top of the harness out through the seat back and rethread them. The included footmuff wouldn't be warm enough for a very cold climate.
The hood is height adjustable and is vast - an extra zip out section means it can fold down almost over the child's knees. The fabric is good quality and fairly rain resistant. There is, however, no peekaboo window. The basket is fairly sized and fairly accessible but nothing to write home about. There is, however, an optional shopping bag which would hold a decent amount.
The fold is marketed as one hand. Personally I'd disagree with this. The mechanism itself is very clever, but I struggle to unfold it one handed - the lock often pops back on and the hood needs a little push to go through the handle arch. The stroller doesn't just fall into place when you press the roller/button needed, it often needs some persuasion from me. Nonetheless, it does fold into a freestanding form with the seat in either position (but not with the carrycot.) it's not super light, but it's easy enough to throw in the car. I don't find it easy to carry folded (unlike say a bjcm city mini)
One area this stroller excels is the handling - it's really stable and nicely balanced with no wobble in the frame at all. It turns on a pinhead and is a pleasure to steer, even one handed. It'd take quite a bit of weight on the handle to tip backwards as well - it's very well balanced for kerbs and general manoeuvrability. The frame is really narrow which means it is perfect for buses and small spaces.
This is certainly not an off road stroller, but it'll handle anything in the urban environment with ease. We've used it on tracks, cobbles, pavements and snow and it's managed them all. The suspension is minimal but the solidity of the frame partially compensates.
In summary, no pushchair is perfect, but this one ticks almost all of the boxes. I'd like to see a few minor improvements - a peekaboo window in the hood, a slightly easier fold/unfold, slightly better suspension, and perhaps a pivot handle. Overall though, this is great value for money and (almost) perfect.