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The Cosatto Supa Go: Dragon Kingdom print | Review

The Cosatto Supa Go Dragon Kingdom print | Review
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Something a little different today on the blog.... up until now I have not posted much motherhood content in this space, however I have decided to post this buggy review, as it is the kind of post I wanted to read when was researching such a big purchase, but struggled to find - hoping it helps a fellow parent (plus this buggy is so chic!)

We have had the Cosatto Supa Go, now for over a year and I wanted to give a full review after having used it in all seasons & weather conditions, also with a child from 9 months upto his current 2 years. We chose to purchase a stroller last year, as we needed something a little smaller and lightweight for day to day outings. After a lot of research we decided to go with a Cosatto Supa Go 2018. I had seen the brand everywhere, drawn in by their amazing statement prints but also I recieved a great review from a friend who also owns the stroller. Below are my opinions on the stroller and its performance, for full details & specs please visit the Cosatto website.


The first thing that drew me to the brand was its use of colourful, bold print - that I discovered are not just for show, but are designed specifically to aid a childs sensory developement.
"At Cosatto, we've always believed in the power of pattern to engage your baby and promote happiness. Cosatto prams and pushchairs put your baby at the heart of visual systems. Bold, bright and carefully placed, our baby-friendly characters and patterns aim to harness your baby's early sensory skills." -
Although I love the unicorn & llama prints, we went for the Dragon Kingdom print  as this was really the only "boy" print in the collection at the time of purchase but actually this has proven a hit with my little boy as he loves dinosaurs (he can't tell the difference!). Whilst I do try to be gender neutral with most things in my sons life, I felt a unicorn pushchair was just a step too far, plus hubby refused point blank to push something so girly! (I do think if you don't like bold prints, then Cosatto is not the brand for you, they do very few styles in solid colours). As well as the actual print, I really love the overall design of the Supa Go very streamline, with lots of thoughtful aesthetic details - such as co-ordinating wheel trims, contrasting prints on the inside of the hood and a cute little picture on the top of the handles.

The Cosatto Supa Go Dragon Kingdom print | Review - The Print


First up is the buggies size...compact, the perfect size for shopping but also for transporting in the car, fits comfortably in the boot of my Hyundai i20 but also across the back seat footwell. This compact size teamed with extendable handles makes it comfortable to push (for both me at 5ft 4 and hubby at 6ft), and allows a smooth journey for your child. Lightweight, with an aluminium chassis which makes it easy to manoover and carry. Also it is really easy to drive, even one handed which is really helpful now little man wants to walk everywhere. Plus being fully wipeable, is a great addition especially with sticky toddler fingers. We have used the buggy on pavements, cobbles, gravel and grass and it copes well with them all.

The 5 point harness, is very easy to use with even the wiggliest child, but still allows quick access to the one hand recline feature, really helpful when little one is asleep especially as this stroller can be used from birth to 25kg. Not sure I would want to use with a newborn, but my son used it from 9 months and loved it because he could see the world around him. He also enjoys looking at the contrasting print on the inside of the hood, keeps him amused while we are out and about.

Unlike a lot of collapsable buggies, the Supa Go has a good sized hood, that allows for both half and full coverage over your little one, perfect cover from the sun. It also comes with compact raincover, which is easy to fit with poppers (an upgrade on the origional Supa stroller) and fits comfortably underneath in the basket without taking up too much space. The basket itself is adequate, but would be helpful if a tiny bit bigger but meets my everyday needs. Both the raincover and hood offer UPF100+ protection.

The one thing I wish this model came with is a cup holder, or that you could add as an extra.... 3rd world problem I know but have you tried pushing a buggy and carrying coffee! it doesnt end well for me or my white tee!!!!

The Cosatto Supa Go Dragon Kingdom print | Review - The Details
The Cosatto Supa Go Dragon Kingdom print | Review - A Close Up

Other details

I was pleased to learn that Cosatto is actually a British brand and I love to support British brands where possible, especially ones that are such good quality. This stroller and all items on the Cosatto website come with an amazing 4 year guarentee - click here for more info. Although one of the more pricey options in the market at £170, this product is tested to 25kg not the standard 15kg like most buggies, meaning it will last my little boy longer. Cosatto also offer amazing delivery, it arrived next day at no extra cost and came in minimal packaging (cat loved the box), was easy to set up (took less than 5 minutes) and came with idiot proof instructions.

Assembled Size: L 78cm; W 48.5cm; H 110cm
Folded Size: L 104cm; W 27cm; H35cm
Handle Height: 101-103cm
Weight: 8.6kg

Final Thoughts

ROARSOME! Overall I love this buggy and would highly recommend to anyone looking for something lightweight for everyday adventures. The only time in the last year that I have had to swap back to my original pushchair, was during heavy snow....the lightweight chasis makes it really hard work to push in the snow but apart from that all other weathers have been a breeze. I am really pleased with how resiliant the buggy is too, after 18 months of daily use it still looks brand new (apart from a bit of mud on the wheels from last weekend!). We always get compliments on the print and I am so glad I went for the dragons, my son also loves it and points at them all the time, saying "Roar".

*Photo below is my son aged 9 months when we first started using the stroller and as you can see by the beaming smile, he loves it!

The Cosatto Supa Go Dragon Kingdom print | Review - The Happy Rider
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  1. While on the topic of terrain, we like to take our babies EVERYWHERE we tend to go! Including off road. Baby Strollers


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