“ Brand: Cosatto / Design: Single Seat / Recline: 3 Position / „
For its price bracket, this must be one of the best prams on the market. It comes complete with the traditional lay-down pram, the stroller-style seat and a matching changing bag with mat. We've been using it with our little chap for over a month and it does all the basics well: it's a smooth ride, it steers with ease and it can be disassembled quickly and easily.
The Cabi's funky design and chunky back wheels mean that dads won't be embarrassed to take it out for a spin, leaving mum to have a well earned rest. It's not stocked as widely as some prams. However, that has the advantage that there aren't too many around so you don't fall into the predictable bugaboo crowd. We got ours from Kiddicare in Peterborough where you pick it up on the day you buy it. That was a bonus because we were considering some Mamas and Papas prams, but had heard bad things about their delivery service.
This 3 in 1 Combi is a pram/carry cot, push chair and car seat. It comes in Blue, Red or Black. The pram is comfortable, cosy and well padded for young babies. It comes with a outer cover and rain cover, which are both easily attached/detached as required. The pram safely clips into two brackets on the collapsible wheel frame (4 wheels) which in itself is light weight but very sturdy. The pram should take the little one up to 9Kg but Baby Bajiya is quite long and he was out of it at 4 months old weighing only 7kg.
The push chair reclines in 3 positions and can be rearward or front facing. Again it is very lightweight and fixes easily to the wheels. The chair should take baby up to 15Kg or 3 years.
The car seat is great, and comes with a head hugger to support new borns/young babies. The head hugger is removable and Baby B at 4 months has just out grown this. The seat should still be suitable until he is 9 to 12 months old.
Extras include a deceptively spacious basket underneath and a changing bag which includes a changing mat and mess bag. However we did have problems finding a suitable parasol to fit on the frame (oval shaped bars not round). A bit of hunting and we now have found one made by Minisol.
Mrs B informs me that she has been stopped a number of times by people asking for details of where she bought it and commenting on its appearance.
Price is variable so shop around. We picked the whole package up for £279 in a sale but I have seen it advertised for up to £450.
Overall a good pram that Baby B highly recommends.
Cosy toes with zip off liner. Spacious shopping basket, forward or rear facing seat.