Summary: I bought the Cosatto Swift Lite pushchair in May when David was five months old; I'd squeezed him into his travel system car seat for long enough, and now it was time for him to go into the pushchair side of it I thought I might as well trade down and get a more compact one. I didn't do much research actually and ordered this one pretty much on a whim, mine is the Globe Trotter design although others are available.
Pros: Pushes beautifully, nice design, a sturdy and stable frame
Excerpt: I bought this buggy when DS2 was 4 months old and I wanted something to replace my Silver Cross Sleepover. I have nothing bad to say about this buggy I love it. It is excellent value for money comes with lots of extras.. it has high handles perfect for me as I am tall, my son who is now 12 months old sits in it no problem and seems comfy.
" Excellent umbrella style buggy with lie-flat ability and DS sleeps…"
24 May 2009
Excerpt: Excellent umbrella style buggy with lie-flat ability and DS sleeps brilliantly in it. Decent storage underneath (though as with all this style tricky to access when in lie-flat position) High handles brilliant as I'm 5ft8. Seems very sturdy too, been bashed about in airports and in and out of car and it's showing no signs of wear at all after a year of regular use. My one complaint is that "blueberry" shade features quite a LOT of pink trim!
" Had a Maclaren Triumph for DD1, now have one of…"
18 October 2007
Excerpt: Had a Maclaren Triumph for DD1, now have one of these and by comparison it is like driving a Rolls Royce! Handles are slightly higher than a Maclaren, so good for tall people, brakes are soooo much easier to put on, doesn't tip over easily with shopping on the back, looks snazzy (I have the Chilli Red version), wheel lock is really easy to use and STAYS ON (unlike the Maclaren's). So I'm pretty chuffed with it all round.