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Cosatto Supa Review

Over the past month or so Ethan and I have been testing out the Cosatto SUPA, which we were sent in exchange for our honest review.

We choose the 'Cuddle Monster' design to review because it's probably the most cutest an best suited for a little boy. As with all of the Cosatto products that we have reviewed, it's the design that we absolutely love the most! :)

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What I like about the Supa..
  • The hood which comes all the way over and acts as a sunshade on sunny days, I think this is a brilliant aspect to the Supa! 
  • I find the cup holder super useful! It means I can have a coffee and push Ethan all at the same time! (Yay!)
  • I love how light it is and how easy it its to push around. It also hardly takes any room up in the boot which is a bonus as it means I can do more shopping! ;)
  • I love how comfortable the material feels and how snuggled he'll be in the winter. The cosy toes is as cosy as it sounds and the material is soft and great quality. 
  • The reversible foot muff is also brilliant to change up the look of the stroller every now and again!
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What I'd like to see improved..

  • I find that it tips if Ethan isn't in it. As Ethan's walking now, I take his stroller wherever we go and let him jump out when it's safe to and he wants to. But I find that when I do this the stroller will tip because of the weight of the changing bag on the bag. I usually balance it out by putting the changing bag in the seat which stops it happening. It is annoying, but to be fair - I think this kind of thing happens with most strollers!?

  • Another thing I'm not too sure on is that Ethan seems to hang out of it a little. Maybe I'm just looking too much into it and should expect it now he's getting older. But I tend to look at him in it and think that his legs seem to be hanging out rather a lot. He seems to sit in it really far down too and I'm not quite sure why. Maybe he's just hit that age where he's growing out of his stroller? Or maybe this is just a common feature on strollers? (Perhaps we're just more used to our Cosatto Giggle travel system!).

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Cosatto Supa, Cosatto Supa Review, Cosatto pushchair, Supa Cuddle Monster

Overall verdict..

The Supa is priced at £195 which to be honest is a very fair price bearing in mind that it says it can be used from birth! Whether or not I'd be happy to use it from birth, I'm not sure. I'd have to see when we next have another baby. A lot of Mums, myself included like the travel systems for the first few months as it somehow feels more snuggly, warm and safer. 

When it comes to the Supa as a stroller for babies a bit older, I would really recommend it. I love all of the features and the design is as you can see just completely flawless. 

This is my favourite stroller that I've used to date and it has now replaced our Cosatto Giggle as the main pushchair that we use! Prior to that we used the Graco Evo.

Available to buy at: www.cosatto.com

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