Cosatto has just released a brand new stroller for the summer, the Supa Go. A streamlined stroller perfect for us on the go mamas, with lot’s of little extras. We’ve been trying it out for the past few weeks, ready to bring you this Cosatto Supa Go Review.
As always, Cosatto has introduced some amazing patterns with this range, I recently wrote about the fab new patterns for AW2016, you can have a nosy here. The Supa has been out for a while in a wide range of patterns & colours, but the Supa Go is the new streamlined version perfect for getting out and about this summer.
Psst, there’s a video review at the bottom if you’d rather just scroll down & watch that.
WHAT’S IN THE BOX?
As this is the cheaper version of the Supa you receive the the buggy & the raincover as standard. You do receive more items with the Supa such as the footmuff but the Supa Go is £45 cheaper. The added bonus is that it’s complete out of the box, no faffing about putting it together or trying to get the wheels to fit, although you might have to rescue a small child!
FAB FEATURES OF THE COSATTO SUPA GO
For a nifty little stroller there’s some fab features with this gorgeous buggy.
- It fully reclines, making it suitable from birth
- Auto lock & carry handle making it perfect for public transport & putting in the boot of the car
- One hand recline
- Adjustable leg rest, perfect for both little legs and bigger toddlers
- Huge adjustable hood, perfect for keeping the little one out of the sun
- Spacious storage basket
- Adjustable handles
OUT & ABOUT WITH THE SUPA GO
Archie is almost four but due to his Autism, complex sensory issues & overiding toes he needs to be in a stroller longer than most. The Supa Go has been great for nipping out into town & running errands but we’ve used it for a few little trips out too.
The high back seat has been great for him as there’s plenty of space above his head. In our old buggy his head was touching the top of the hood meaning he got quite distressed & irritated. We really didn’t have that problem with the Supa Go although I would have prefered the actual seat to be a little higher to give a little more leg room.
We went to the Museum of Science & Industry and this buggy was perfect for a busy place. It’s so small & lightweight that you don’t have to worry about manoeuvring around people or getting stuck down shopping aisles.
IS IT EASY TO USE?
Yes, so easy.
The Cosatto Supa Go has full suspension & lockable front swivel wheels, which make it really easy to push. I have them on swivel and can easily push the buggy one handed, but even on more rough terrain with the wheels locked into position it’s easy to push. I had first hand experience of this when we broke down on the motorway & I had to push Archie onto the hard should!
The one hand recline is a great little feature, you literally lift a small lever and it automatically reclines. This is so much better than the cheaper strollers that have a belt that needs loosening & tightening.
We love the extendable handles. The hubby is over six foot and I’m a bit of a shorty so there’s options for both of us.
I was pretty impressed with the storage basket. The hubby has the car during the day for work so if I need to be able to nip out and do a bit of shopping I can easily fit a few bits in the basket. The basket goes all the way under the seat unit so you can push a few smaller bits under the seat and still have the main part of the basket for extras.
WHAT DID YOU LOVE ABOUT THE SUPA GO?
The patterns! How fab are they? I absolutely love the Rev Up car pattern but the other three are just as gorgeous. If I had a little girl I would have gone crazy for the Magic Unicorns. The hubby loves the cars design but would have loved a less pink version of the Happy Campers print.
Then as an added bonus, the seat covers pop off making it super easy to clean. Especially when you have a child obsessed with Kinder Eggs but likes to keep the chocolate until AFTER he’s inspected the toy & leaflet.
I love the compact size & umbrella fold. After using big buggies for almost four years it’s so good to have a stroller that’s really easy to store and that will actually fit into other people’s smaller cars.
WHAT DIDN’T YOU LIKE ABOUT THE SUPA GO?
The only small issue I have with this buggy is how low the seat is. For most parents this really won’t be an issue but Archie has communication & issues understanding. He just dangled his legs over the edge of the seat meaning I was worried about him hurting his feet.
For other children you can easily explain to them to use the footrest but no matter how I tried he just didn’t seem to get it. However he’s developed his own way of sitting, preferring to sit cross legged so at least that’s something. I’m sure he’ll get it eventually.
WHAT ARE YOUR FINAL THOUGHTS?
I love it, I really do. It’s so funky instead of the usual blue or black boring boys buggy, it’s a bit of fun to push it down the street.
Even with an older child it feels strong & sturdy and will really last. It’s well designed for kids of all ages, especially with the big seat.
It’s easy to use, comfortable and super stylish. What more could you want? Cosatto make baby & toddler products that are fun & functional, I just love the brand and couldn’t recommend it enough.
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