We’ve been putting the Cosatto Supa Stroller to the test over the last couple of months and have been really impressed with it.
One of the great things about strollers is the way they fold up umbrella style taking up very little space in the boot of your car and as it’s so easy to put up and down we also store it in our car to save room in our porch.
It’s going to be perfect for our holiday next month as it will fit in the boot alongside our suitcase and million other bags we will no doubt have.
I’ve used strollers in the past that have felt really flimsy and unsturdy but this definitely doesn’t, it has a lightweight aluminium chassis that is strong enough to hold lots of shopping.
The seat reclines into four different positions meaning it’s suitable from birth, it’s also really easy to recline, I’ve had one in the past that I couldn’t actually work!
The sun hood comes right down (it’s only 2/3 down in the photo below) and has a UPF of 50+, this is is really great feature I think as a lot of strollers have hoods that are totally pointless.
There are adjustable handlebars and an adjustable calf support.
Then there is the design which I absolutely love and have had lots of comments about, I mean who doesn’t love a pushchair covered in foxes?!
It comes with a raincover, fleecy cosytoes (also covered in foxes), newborn head rest and padded chest pads.
It also has a number of extra features like a cup holder that can be fitted on either side as well as an in-built entertainment system!
There is a pocket in the hood for an iPad and it comes with a little plug-in speaker, now I know to some people this might sound a bit crazy and it’s definitely not something that I would use on a walk into town but I think for older children to sit in an chill out for a bit if you are somewhere like a wedding it is a genius idea. I know that I’ve ended up letting Cherry watch things on my phone when we’ve been out at evening events etc.
And as we spent entire days at car shows with Mr C it will actually come in really useful for Tiger, there is only so much running around he can do!
The only things I would say is that the brake is quite hard to use, I have to really kick it to get it off but actually if I think about it then it’s much better to have a brake that’s hard to get off than one that comes off really easily.
It’s also a bit tricky to get anything in or out of the basket when the seat is fully reclined, the basket is however a good size when the seat is upright.
If you are looking for a high quality stroller with lots of features then this is a great option. I have used a few basic ones before which I did find a bit of a nightmare when it came to using them, things like not being able to collapse them, not being able to recline them, having handlebars that were too low…
This is a stroller that is comfortable for both the child and the pusher to use all day long compared to the cheaper ones that are only really suitable for short-time use.
It also comes in lots of other bright patterns, see here.
We were sent this pushchair for the purpose of this review, all words and opinions are my own.