Cosatto Zoomi Car Seat review

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RRP  £115.00
Cosatto Zoomi Group 1 Car Seat

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An eye-catching car seat available in several colours. It’s light, compact and great value but is not the sturdiest model.

Has handy features including a five point harness, washable covers and an adjustable headrest. A good second seat that’s great value for money.

Available in four funky colourways, this eye-catching seat is sure to grab your toddler’s attention. You’ll either love or hate it!

The covers remove easily for washing and it’s light enough to move easily between cars but our testers found it not quite as roomy as some other models tested in this group.

This eye-catching seat is sure to grab your toddler’s attention

The five point harness feels secure and has a quick release function. It comes with a height adjustable headrest, padded armrests and a reversible seat liner for younger children.

Although our testers thought their children looked comfortable with the padding and extra chest pads that come with the seat, some found it tricky to install securely. While it lacks the seat-recline of pricier options, for families making mostly short journeys, or for a second or grandparents’ car, we think it’s hard to beat for value.

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Cosatto Zoomi


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