Summary: Where did we buy it and for how much? My beloved Ebay woo hooo! It was new from an online ebay business. Bargain price for £49.99 - fabulous price, especially as it had added extras with it! Features Well firstly it's suitable from 6 months onwards, although my son is now 23 months, so it's great for all ages from 6 months to 3 years. After having had several strollers already, 4 weeks into having this one and So far...... so good! So what are the features?
Pros: Pull over hood which keeps sun off childs face/ funky design/footrest
Cons: Back/headrest not very high/ multi recline a bit dead duff
" I actually bought a cosatto diablo which I thought I… "
11 December 2009
Excerpt: I actually bought a cosatto diablo which I thought I was thrilled with...until within one month the wheels got all wobbly. When I sent it back to use my four year guarantee cosatto refused to replace the wobbly parts. I am left with a buggy(I had to pay the shipping to get it back) that they say is 'seriously weakened' and that I am unable to put my dd in. My conscience won't allow it! This is why I am rating it so meanly.
Summary: I bought the Cosatto Hula to take my six month old to Rome for a long weekend recently, as I had heard to take something not too expensive in case it got ruined on the flight. I was very glad that we had bought it as it was lightweight and was easy to manage along with all the other cases that we had. My son sat in it in the airport and was quite happy to rest his head on the side and go to sleep straight away.
Cons: You will also need to buy a separate parasol
Excerpt: i bought this buggy for goin on holiday as i would of been charged a fortune 2 take my travel system with me. it is a very lightweigh pushcahir but i also found that i had to use cable ties to keep the hood on the buggy. other than that it is a very good buggy.
Summary: I like the look of this buggy, it is very funky and stands out from others! I bought this buggy to take on holiday for my son who was 2 years old at the time. He was quite comfortable in it and the hood and mosquito net that comes with it was very handy for if he wanted a nap while we were out and about on holiday.
" Bought this to take on holiday as it comes with… "
13 March 2008
Excerpt: Bought this to take on holiday as it comes with an insect net/ SPF40 sunshade. It is a lightweight fairly basic buggy. Lie-back is achieved by a strap on the back so you don't get a full lie-back, but on the plus side the brakes are better than our Maclaren. One really annoying thing is that the hood falls off every time the buggy is folded/ unfolded and we managed to clip DD on the forehead with it. The sunshade works brilliantly and kept DD really cool in the NZ sun.
Summary: This buggy looks fantastic but unfortunately, for me, doesn't live up to expectations! One of six buggies that I and a group of young mums put on test earlier this year, the Cosatto Hula really does look funky standing next to the more traditional offerings. It looks well built, sturdy and comfortable. Unfortunately, probably only the latter quality is valid. It is a very lightweight buggy but that also seems to be its downfall.