Cosatto to and Fro Duo Double Pushchair (Hotchpotch)
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A little digging later and it did emerge that the origins of the company are in Italy: Cosatto was a cotmaker, relocating to England in the 1970s. We love the extra features that Cosatto offer, and the to and fro double pushchair comes with a four year guarantee as standard. The pushchair also comes with a cup holder - essential for when out and about - and a raincover which is very easy to pop on and off.
I have used it for Finn facing in when he is tired, but in parent facing mode the child does have to be flat - I would love to see an option to have them parent facing sat up in the future. Introductions are limited to motor finance, CarMoney Limited will pay us a fixed commission per paid out deal. Ive recently enquired about this to cosatto myself and they said they don't recommend buggy boards for any of their prams, as they're not weight tested for the extra load. We managed to quickly pop on the car seat adaptors without even needing the instructions; although I will say getting the car seat onto these was a bit of a fiddle (it took both of us a number of attempts to get both sides on!She loves the deep hoods that block out all of the light and facilitates peaceful baby sleep and the adjustable handles that make it comfortable for a shorty like me and for somebody of average height (her) as well. The buggy is compact when folded compared to other doubles, it has an umbrella fold similar to other strollers but of course is twice as wide. Cosatto To And Fro Duo Twin Pushchair, suitable from birth the duo directional seats have adjustable recline and no-fiddle harnesses.
The car seat adapters come free in the box with the stroller and easily clip onto the side of the stroller frame . The same looks true for the parent-facing chair when it's flat (for a baby) too: they're strapped in securely with a really soft head support and warm cosy toes muff. Finally the hood has a panel to view your child through while on the go, a pocket for storing your essentials, and an extra flap so your child is completely shaded from the sun! In the back of the hood there is a handy storage pouch to keep all sorts of nick-nacks in as well as a magnetic, silent peep hole to make checking on your little one easier.Saying'abit of fiddling' when on swat is parent facing, does this mean you can't keep one parent facing when folding?
In the space of a month the Cosatto To and Fro Duo has become a valuable tool in our parenting arsenal and we can’t quite imagine being without it. We began using is with our toddler Indiana, but now our baby boy Parker has arrived we've been able to use it to the full. We are PCI DSS Compliant and Certified by Trustwave so you can rest assured your transactions and details are safe.I already loved the brand - I have its Giggle 2 travel system as my main buggy, and it's colourful, reliable, great quality and is coping well with its second child! Adventure, an award winning blog documenting the colourful adventures big and little that being a parent entails.
It offers features you would expect of a stroller, like a life span from birth to 15kg (around 3 years), 5-point safety harness and duo-directional UPF 50+ hood with extendable sun visor. Once you remove the footmuff, the backrest - via a system of Velcro straps - pitches forward and becomes the footrest. The stroller comes with accessories: two cup holders, two four-sided footmuffs that can be unzipped and used as seat liners, two head huggers and a rain cover. This doesn't affect how easy it is to push, but for people like us that have to carry it up and down stairs it is a bit annoying! In forward-facing mode, there is plenty of adjustment, but when using it in parent-facing mode I ended up fashioning a compromise via a method too complicated to explain here (I found myself doing this a lot with this pram) which tilted the back up slightly.He isn't in a buggy much any more but his little legs still get tired on a long day out and it is important for me that he has a proper seat when he needs a rest. With two small age gaps under my belt and a third on the horizon, double pushchairs have been a part of my life for three years. My favourite thing about the to and fro double stroller is the fact that the newborn can be parent facing. I love Cosatto pushchairs we have the double and I love the bright print and how easy it is to get around with as it is not to bulky. What I loved was that each side has it's own harness (although you do have to pull these through if you want to adjust the height of them - we had to do this when we used it for Parker in newborn mode, and Indiana in stroller mode.