Cosatto Supa Pushchair review

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RRP  £200.00
Cosatto Supa Pushchair

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Tested by mum Catherine Cator for the M&B Awards 2016:

Why would you recommend this product to a friend/fellow mum?

This was really easy to use. It had fantastic manoeuvrability and I felt like I was whizzing around town. I loved the design of the shark theme and lots of people remarked on it. The iPad window is a really fun addition, but maybe not necessary.

How does this product make your life easier as a mum?

This was incredibly easy to fold away. It had a really simple brake mechanism which I could trust, especially on a shaky bus. I could see us sticking for the same pram from new born to being older, especially with the simple seat adjustment system.

If you could change one thing about this product what would it be?

It's hard to find fault with this. Maybe it could be improved by having adjustable handles or perhaps a hook to hang shopping off the back would be useful.

Tested by mum Klare Ward for the M&B Awards 2016:

Why would you recommend this product to a friend/fellow mum?

A fantastic lightweight umbrella buggy. Designed to be both fun and practical, it is comfortable and so simple to use. It’s easy to wipe down clean, and the extra features make this award winner in our eyes.  With lockable wheels and a almost suspension like frame this gave a smooth ride. It has a great sized basket and thick foot muff. The seat is fully adjustable and unlike most umbrella buggies you can do this with one hand. I love the design and colours, it makes a change.

How does this product make your life easier as a mum?

The one handed adjustable seat truly makes life easier. Being a busy mum when my baby falls asleep I like it to stay that way and if you are frantically trying to adjust a seat and fiddle with straps it becomes a nightmare and your baby wakes up. The Cosatto Supa doesn’t have this problem, it’s great.

Tested by dad Tom Hillier for the M&B Awards 2016:

Why would you recommend this product to a friend/fellow mum?

I love this pram. It think it’s really fun and different and a great design. It is easy to use, feels strong and sturdy. It folds up easily, and is easy to put up and down. The seat is padded and comfortable. The cushions wipe down easily and are nice and waterproof. The sun shade is a really good size and can be pulled right over, even in the recline position. The thing I love most is the detail in the design, the shark on the handles and on the wheels and the inside of the sun shade. It is really fun, and the price is affordable. I would definitely recommend this to a friend. I also like the look of the flamingo design which would be more geared to girls

How does this product make your life easier as a mum?

The kids loved this pram. After trying this pram, my daughter commented on our old pram as 'I don't want to use that pram, it doesn't make me happy', which shows just how much of an impression this pram made on them. In fact both my kids were arguing because they both wanted to go in it. It is nice and light weight, doesn't take up lots of room, and the kids love it. Easy to steer too. There is a pocket where you can put an iPad in so your little one could watch it in the pram if necessary.

If you could change one thing about this product what would it be?

The basket could be a stronger mesh.

2015 – Lightweight Buggy/Stroller Award!

The Cosatto Supa Pushchair is well-designed, practical, easy to push and comes in a range of gorgeous designs. The seat unit is comfy and the stroller folds flat when not in use.  It has lots of nifty extras including a ‘multimedia gadget pocket’, a footmuff and headhugger (for a comfortable ride) as well as an extending hood, which is great for shade, and loads of storage space – an essential for mums on-the-go! The foam on the handles might have a tendency to wear but otherwise, a good, fairly priced pushchair.

2014 – Shortlisted for 'Best Lightweight Buggy/Stroller' Award!

The Cosatto Supa Pushchair is a good, sturdy, traditional product. It comes complete with a ‘head hugger’, ‘cosy toes’ and rain cover (with a peek-a-boo window) as well as a cup holder, large storage basket, back pocket (for smaller bits and pieces) and tablet viewing window.

The extendable hood is a nice feature and the padded seat makes for extra comfort. It assembles quickly and also collapses to a nice size that’s easily transportable (although it is quite long!). The handles accommodate shopping and a changing bag, and the included MP3 attachment, which consists of a speaker and a wire, allows children the joy and distraction of listening to their own music when out and about.

The seating positions are better suited to babies than toddlers; even in the most upright position, the seat is still reclined, which might be frustrating for older pushchair users who’d prefer a more upright seat. However, the recline mechanism itself is good, and can be operated with just one hand.

The Supa is more expensive than other pushchairs but stands out front the crowd with its vibrant designs, which, along with a host of extra features, make it good value for money!

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Cosatto Supa Pushchair

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