Cosatto You2 Double Buggy review

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RRP  £250.00
Cosatto You2 Double Buggy

by Liat Hughes Joshi |
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A compact mid price buy that is suitable from birth and ideal for public transport because of its compact fold and narrow width. Works well for both twins and children of different ages.

The You 2 is a simple buggy with lively designs that you’ll either love or hate, but it is a decent mid-price buy. It's not actually as light as it looks, but it steers well and folds down compactly and easily, a must if you’re going to be using buses and trains a lot.

Equally good for twins or children of different ages

We love the extra third handle in the middle that helps with maneuvering through busy streets, but we think this buggy would struggle on rough terrain. Equally good for twins or children of different ages, it’s suitable from birth, as the comfortable seats recline completely flat. The You 2 is narrow enough to fit easily through most doors and comes with a vast array of extras including a handy cup holder, footmuffs, headhuggers, chest pads and a raincover.
It’s just a shame though that the shopping basket underneath is hard to get at, especially when the seat is fully reclined. Weighs 13kg

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Cosatto You2 Double Buggy

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