I love, love, love our Mamas & Papas Sola City but we’re going away to Cornwall soon and the Sola City is not the smallest of buggy’s. There’s plenty of room in our car on a day to day basis but when you’re travelling across the country for a week with a toddler, a teenager & a dog then space is seriously limited!

I’ve been doing a bit of online window shopping and came across the Cosatto Supa Big Fish, how perfect is this buggy for a week beside the sea! I love it, Cosatto have such funky designs.

I’ve never owned a Cosatto, only ever buying Mamas and Papas, but I’ve heard such great things. One of the things I love about their buggies is all the added extras. You get the chest pads and headhugger, which make it suitable from birth, a reversible 4 way Cosy Toes with kangaroo pouch and reversible zip-off fleece liner, rain cover and a cup holder which can be used on either side of the frame.

Some stroller don’t fully lie back so not great if the little one wants a nap but this one does, plus it has a huge hood which would be great for sunny days on holiday. The basket looks a decent size too for all the little extras you need to take with you for a day out.

I’m impressed with the size too, this would definitely fit in the boot & leave space for all our holiday essentials (ahem, my clothes & shoes).

  • Dimensions: H110 x W48.5 x D78cm
  • Folded Dimensions: H35 x W27 x L104cm
  • Weight: 8kg

Overall it looks like such a fab option but the price tag of £180 is the one stumbling block, I don’t think I’ll be able to convince the hubby to buy a buggy for our holiday that costs almost as much as the holiday itself, but it won’t stop me trying…

Have you ever had a Cosatto? Would you recommend them and are they worth the price?



  1. July 4, 2015 / 8:36 pm

    I have a Cosatto supa double buggy and it is so easy to fold and nice to push. People always comment on how nice it look’s . I love this big fish one it is so cool for a little boy i would love something like this for Jacob as we won’t be using the double much longer now Sophia has turned two xx
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    • July 5, 2015 / 9:09 pm

      It’s so funky isn’t it! I love the design, especially for toddler when you want something a bit more fun
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  2. July 7, 2015 / 7:35 pm

    Love this!!! We had a cosatto but found the particular model we had (not this!) didn’t fold down very well and took up half the boot, so I swapped to a quinny zapp which was cheap, lightweight and folds up really small. They are very boring though compared to this bewt thanks for linking to #toddlerapprovedtuesday
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  3. July 7, 2015 / 9:32 pm

    Wow I love the design of this buggy and the head rests pads for newborns are a great idea – as is the cosy foot muff. I have a Maclaren which I love but could do with the extra bits, love the look of this though! #mummymonday

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