Beastie and I are big Cosatto fans – while I’d never come across them when the girls were little, I discovered them when I was expecting him and fell in love with the bright colours and funky patterns! We’ve used their Ooba pushchair since he was born, and quite honestly, it’s the best pushchair I’ve ever had. Now he’s a bit bigger, we were looking for a stroller – something that fits in our car boot, is easy to take away with me and still easy to push. I remember having various strollers for the girls, and they were all a bit rubbish so I was a little dubious about whether I’d find one that was actually good.
Earlier in the year, we went to the Cosatto AW16 preview, and got to see some of the fab new designs they had. We saw their Hoppit design on these brand new Supa Go strollers and it looked perfect for us. We’ve been putting it to the test over the summer.
The kids were all very excited when it arrived and made me take it out the box seconds after I shut the door to the courier delivering it! The Supa Go is the new streamlined version of the Supa, which is perfect for getting out and about. It’s lightweight and easy to collapse. It folds really small – meaning it stashes easily in the tiny boot space of our Ford Galaxy which is a huge plus!
Fully reclines – suitable from birth
Auto lock & carry handle – perfect for public transport & putting in the boot of the car
One hand recline
Adjustable leg rest
Huge adjustable hood
Spacious storage basket
Comes with raincover
I love that the seat reclines all the way back, as beastie still naps in the afternoon, and being able to lay him right back ensured he was super comfy for a nice long nap, plus the hood comes a really long way over, so kept him in the shade really well. The basket was still a good size, essential with four kids as if we go out for the day they give me everything to carry so it’s great being able to stash it all under the pushchair!
Their is plenty of space in the seat – both width wise, but also above his head – in his Ooba, Beastie’s head now touches the hood as he’s tall for his age! THe pushcahir is really easy to push and steer – seomthing I’ve found is not always the case with other strollers we’ve had.
We actually ended up taking this to a festival this summer, as we were out of car space for our off-road pram and their were no trolley’s to hire at this festival. I was a little dubious about whether it would be any good in a field, but it totally surprised me and was really easy to push even on the rough terrain.
I’m really impressed with the Supa Go. At £165 it’s not a ‘disposable’ stroller, but it’s totally worth the money.