Cosatto WOW XL Pram and Pushchair - Hedgerow433/3807
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About this product
The Cosatto Wow XL. The Ultimate Family Unit.
Comes as a single unit with carrycot, seat unit and adaptor kit.
Single child travel system or double for older sibling too. No need to buy extras.
- Weight 21kg.
- Age suitability: from birth to 25kg (approx 4 years).
- 2 hand 3D fold.
- Folded size L99, W49, D29cm.
- Multi recline positions.
- 1 hand recline adjustment.
- Forward and rear facing seat.
- Reversible seat.
- 5 point harness.
- Lockable front swivel wheels.
- Handle height 104cm.
- Handle height adjustable from 104 to 110cm.
- Dual wheel suspension.
- Linked brakes.
- Adjustable leg rest.
- Compatible with Dock Isize carseat.
- Aluminium chassis.
Pushchair accessories included:
- Shopping basket.
- Bumper bar.
- Detachable bumper.
- Detachable hood.
- Chest pads.
- Pram suitable for babies up to 25kg.
- Includes mattress.
Manufacturer's 10 year guarantee.
- EAN: 5021645056820.
100% would recommend to a friend
Extremely happy with it! Although it’s quite difficult to get up curbs (advise pushing down on the buggy board to get the chair up!) it’s a very sturdy and smooth chair. I love the fact you have so many different positions as well that you can use. I have a tall 2.5 year old and a new born and my toddler fits perfect in the seat which I have struggled to find with other chairs. The comfort and features of this chair is very much worth it and to me, a very good price!!!!
I’m probably give this 4.5 stars if I could- it is very heavy- that’s the only downfall but with that heavy comes sturdiness and reliability and trust in a product that has to keep your children safe. Would completely recommend
Great, well made product! Can’t wait to use for our new bundle of joy!
Great travel system, very well made and great features! However, couple of niggly things... there is a letter missing off one of the quirky quotes inside the toddler seat and it’s a shame that a toddler can not stand on the step at the front while the carrycot/bassinet is in the middle position. To me the front position feels a little unsafe as the carrycot sticks out over the front of the frame making the travel system much longer than it already is. It could maybe do with having an additional connection between the front and middle connections to bring the carrycot closer to the middle but allowing room for a toddler to stand on the step.
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