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How Do You Supa Go? Cosatto Stroller Review – Magic Unicorns

8th August 2017
Cosatto Supa Go Stroller Review - Unicorn print stroller

We’ve recently been tasked with putting the Cosatto Supa Go Stroller in Magic Unicorn print* to the test. As ever, Aria was more than happy to sit down, relax and trial the pushchair. Aria has taken to her new stroller like, well, a unicorn takes to rainbows. Now, as we know, a happy baby/toddler is a huge tick when it comes to strollers, but a happy mammy & daddy is an even bigger tick, we’re the ones who have to lug it around and store it after all!

Cosatto Supa Go Stroller Review - Unicorn print stroller

As soon as I saw this stroller I fell in love with the eye catching magic unicorn print, as did Aria, who excitedly exclaimed HORSEY! The girl has a lot to learn, she hasn’t yet realised just how magical and amazing unicorns are, referring to them as their poor relatives horses, is she actually mine?

No detail is left when it comes to Cosatto, the brand who are on a mission to save the world from boring baby stuff.

Cosatto Supa Go Stroller Review - Unicorn print stroller

I hate to admit that at the grand old age of thirty *cough* something I still don’t drive, this means that I rely on public transport and as a result I need a compact, lightweight stroller that is easy to manoeuvre and easy to collapse in a hurry. The Supa Go ticks all of these boxes, or at least it does on the way shopping before I load it up with ten million carrier bags. I can easily get the stroller on and off the bus and into position without disturbing my chilled out little madam. I no longer have the fear if I see another pushchair on the bus as I know that mine is small enough to fit us both on. In the unlikely event that there are a few pushchairs on the bus and I can’t fit mine on too, or the driver is just being mean and making me collapse the pushchair even though there is room, the Supa Go is easy enough to pop Aria out, fold down, click into place and carry, all while holding Aria’s hand so she doesn’t run off.

Talking of shopping, the shopping basket is the perfect size for everyday essentials and a few extra bits. Living in Wales means that I do tend to take the rain cover with me whenever I go out, and this does take up a huge chunk of the space, but I can still fit a few more bits and pieces in. The one downside to the shopping basket is that it can be quite difficult to get in and out of when the stroller is fully reclined.

Cosatto Supa Go Stroller Review - Unicorn print stroller

The rain covers that come included with the stroller as standard are massive, ain’t nobody getting wet with this covering them. The basket, recliner and ‘spy hole’ are all still easily accessible with the rain covers in place. The handles are adjustable which is perfect for shorties like me and not so short people too!

Quite possibly Aria’s favourite thing about the Cosatto Supa Go stroller is the adjustable footrest. She loves to be the girl about town, chilled out with the foot rest in the raised position and looking cool.

Cosatto Supa Go Stroller Review - Unicorn print stroller

Aria’s least favourite part of the Supa Go, but a very good feature, is the reclining seat. Aria hates it because she associates me reclining the seat with nap time. I recline, Aria screams. If you have a child who actually enjoys naps, or are using this pushchair for a newborn, this feature is perfect. What makes it even better is that it is so easy to recline with just one hand and very little disturbance. Unless your child is Aria and they scream when you recline it, then there will be a lot of disturbance.

The extendable hood on this stroller is HUGE. It is perfect for sunshade, or if you live in Wales and don’t need to worry about sunshade it is perfect for stashing your shopping in as you walk around, just remember to take it out and pay to avoid any awkward situations.

Cosatto Supa Go Stroller Review - Unicorn print stroller

Other features include a handy ‘spy hole’ which is perfect for checking on your child without disturbing them, a five point harness and an easy to use kick on/off brake. All wheels are swivel and you have the option to lock the front wheels.

Not only is the stroller easily wipeable but the seat also also pops off for washing, perfect for sickly newborns and messy toddlers alike.

Priced at just £174.95 and suitable from newborn, the Supa Go really is fantastic value for money, especially when you consider the fantastic four year guarantee.

Cosatto Supa Go Stroller Review - Unicorn print stroller

As you can see, Aria has a clear favourite way to Supa Go! How do your little ones Supa Go?

If you prefer to watch rather than read, check out my video review :

*Disclosure – we received the Cosatto Supa Go in exchange for an honest review*

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