Dual design board
Seat has a safety belt
Fit’s on almost any stroller
It can quickly be attached, detached or folded
Easily topples when ridden over uneven ground
Not easy to walk fast with the board attached
The Englacha 2-in-1 Cozy X Rider Stroller Board is a versatile tool that will get the job done. It has its imperfections, but it’s nothing too much to worry about. You will, however, need to be cautious when going over uneven ground.
The Cozy X Rider stroller board is a versatile dual design board made by Englacha USA. It has both a seat and a standing platform and can be attached to almost any stroller. In this review, we will look at some of the strong points of the Englacha 2-in-1 stroller board and where it falls short.
To begin with, this board is fitted with a saddle, a feature you won’t find in many stroller boards. This makes sure your child will not get tired standing over a long distance. Additionally, the saddle is fitted with a safety belt which goes along in keeping your child safe. It also helps in managing a restless kid as it will keep them from suddenly running off.
This board is fitted with soft grip bar for the child to hold while in motion. They can hold on to it when seated or standing. It provides more stability and comfort while in motion. In addition to this, it is fitted with padded wheels which improve ride smoothness.
Moreover, the Englacha 2-in-1 Cozy X Rider stroller board can be connected to almost any stroller. This is without the need to buy an external universal adapter. Its connectors offer a universal fit and can be fitted in seconds. The straps are also strong, meaning you will not worry about sudden detachments. If you want to fold the stroller, this board can easily be folded with the stroller too.
As for age and weight limits, Englacha recommends children between 15 months of age and 55 lbs of weight.
Whereas this board is impressive in its versatility, it falls short in sturdiness. That does not mean it is a weak wannabe waiting to snap when you dare step off the pavement, but you will have to be more careful when going over small rocks, roots, uneven ground, etc.
Additionally, most adults will only manage to walk on the side of the stroller. This is because the board greatly reduces your legroom and you will keep hitting it if you walk fast. Even after extending stroller handlebars, walking directly behind the stroller will be awkward, as will also be pushing it from the side.
The seat belt is also barely helpful if your kid is rowdy. This is because it’s just a strap across the seat and an older kid can easily wiggle themselves free. You would have to super-tighten it for the kid to firmly stay in place. But on the other hand, that would likely be more injurious than helpful.