There’s a new travel system on the block and it’s called the Cosatto Wow. I’m not the biggest fan of big prints but when I saw prints for the brand new Cosatto Wow, I fell in love! When we were offered the chance to review the new Cosatto Wow, I jumped at it in order to be able to share what we thought of it with all of you. After all, pushchairs are a hot topic in the parenting world!
What is the Cosatto Wow Travel System?
The Cosatto Wow travel system is the ultimate pram and pushchair combination. It was designed taking into consideration all the problems parents had with other pushchairs and travel systems. It comes in seven different prints, so there is one to suit everyone’s taste and it has some really great features.
I love the boxes that Cosatto products come in. They really make you smile with their fun little messages! The pushchair and carrycot itself was packaged up well and was easy to get out of the box. The instructions were great and super easy to follow, which is always a great first impression for me. I’ve had a few pushchairs in the past where I’ve had to go on YouTube to make sense of the assembly. The print was the first thing I noticed and I absolutely loved it. We chose the Fjord print. Everything looked pristine and I was really excited to get it out of the box and assembled.
The assembly couldn’t have been easier. You just had to pop the wheels and the seat/carrycot on and you were pretty much good to go.
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How we got on
From the moment I popped (and it literally pops up) the Cosatto Wow up, I’ve been a big fan. We’ve never had a Cosatto pushchair before and I’ve been converted. Other than how easy it is to fold up and down, my favourite thing about the Cosatto Wow is how easy it is to manoeuvre. It’s also relatively light so it’s easy to pick up and move about when needed.
The wheels work well on all terrains – rough and smooth. We’ve had the pushchair out in parks and in city centres and it handles just as well on both surfaces. The wheels also pop off easily if you need to clean any mud etc from them.
The carrycot is absolutely gorgeous. I love the shape of it and the print we chose looks great on it. It is really comfortable for your little one and keeps them nice and cosy with the cover as well. Baby L seems very happy when we’re out and about in it because the mattress is lovely and soft, and super springy. I love showing him off in it.
Another great feature about the carrycot is the one hand release. I think everything parenting related should be ‘one handed’ seen as we have to spend so much of our time doing things with one hand! It’s a really innovative way of making life easier for us parents.
The travel basket is huge and you can fit everything you’d need to underneath the pushchair – which always great when out shopping. I’m always guilt of filling up our basket with loads of stuff every time we are out and about!
The seat is a great size for your older baby/toddler/child. They can fit into it really well and face either outwards or towards you. The shape of the seat means it is really comfortable for them and they can either be upright, having a good look about, or reclined when it’s time for a little snooze. It is really easy to recline with a lever on the back of the seat.
You can also attach a car seat to the frame with the correct adaptors.
The hoods on the carrycot and seat are extendable and are great for protecting from the weather or darkening things if it’s nap time. There’s also a flap that you can lift up to check in on them if they are facing out the way. It’s always good to be able to keep an eye on what they’re up to!
The footmuff, which can be used with the seat, is super snuggly and looks great. It fits onto the pushchair perfectly and keeps your little one cosy without having to faff with blankets etc.
The only thing I’ve struggled with, and only a little, was the harness. I’m not sure if it was just me, but I struggled to get to grips with it and it often took quite a while to get my toddler strapped in. I will need to practice a bit more!
Price and where to buy
The RRP of the Cosatto Wow travel system is £599.95, including the carrycot and seat and you can find out more here. It also comes with a four year guarantee.
Would we recommend?
Yes, we would definitely recommend the Cosatto Wow travel system. Like I mentioned before, I had never had a Cosatto pushchair until this one and I’ve thoroughly enjoyed using it so far. It’s a really good travel system that will grow with your child, which means great value for money. It also fits in the boot of our car really well, which always adds massive brownie points to any travel system!
Have you ever had a Cosatto travel system or pushchair?
*We were sent the Cosatto Wow travel system free of charge in return for an honest review.