Cosatto Giggle 3 in 1 Combi Pushchair, Sunny £273.33 @ John Lewis
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Cosatto Giggle 3 in 1 Combi Pushchair, Sunny £273.33 @ John Lewis

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Found 26th Sep 2013
£410.00 in Treet
I brought this from toys r us as they priced matched a few weekends go and they had 20% off code.

Infant seat reduced to £60 too.

maybe Kiddie care might pricematch with less 25%

Product information
This feather-light 3 in 1 pushchair is an ideal choice for little fashionistas. The compact design easily glides between 3 modes, so its just the thing for busy parents who are on the go. Offering flexibility, a lightweight chassis and compact fold, it will take you anywhere with ease.

Attach the carrycot to make the Giggle suitable from birth and the carry handle and removable washable liner are sure to make it a hit with parents too. Comes complete with a hood and apron for a snug ride, protected from the sun.

The seat unit is suitable from 6 months and can be placed in the rear or forward facing position, so that little ones can keep eye contact with parents or watch the world go by. The multiple recline positions for a relaxed and comfortable ride. Comes complete with a seat unit hood, seat liner and footmuff, for all weather use.

Parents are sure to enjoy the agility of the pushchair thanks to the swivel wheels, which are lockable for easy steering over rough terrain and hard to navigate spots, whilst the adjustable handlebar will ensure you have a comfortable stroll.

The compact fold makes it easy to store and the quick release removable wheels is a time and space saver when storing in even smaller spaces. The Giggle includes a handy changing bag, changing mat and wet bag so that you can equip yourself with everything you need when on the move, as well as a spacious storage unit underneath to store it all in.

Also includes car seat mounting adaptors, so you can easily attach an infant carrier (sold separately), to complete a flexible and practical travel system.

Please note: Infant carrier not included.

12 Comments

Nearly bought one of these in the other pattern a couple of months ago but the safety issues put me off. Went for the Britax Affinity in the end.

Yeah, isn't this pram on watchdog next week about it collapsing while a child is in it?

That's what I thought I wanted it but read the reviews

MissBint

Yeah, isn't this pram on watchdog next week about it collapsing while a … Yeah, isn't this pram on watchdog next week about it collapsing while a child is in it?

laceyjm

That's what I thought I wanted it but read the reviews



It's a proper minefield, we changed our minds several times. Went from Cosatto to the Oyster to the Urbo and read bad things on all of them. We then shortlisted it to the Britax Affinity and Silvercross Wayfarer, went for the Affinity in the end as the SHR II car seat was better and the isofix base was a lot more reasonable, plus the air tyres with full suspension were a great feature.

Banned

Of course a push chair is now all about posing, having maclaren written down the sides with aluminium tubing. Anyone spending this kind of money on a push chair has something very deeply wrong. Is the pushchair to boost their self esteem or get their kids from a to b safely? All this aside this has to be one of the worst looking buggy's I've seen. Is it me?
Edited by: "Musician" 26th Sep 2013

Musician

Of course a push chair is now all about posing, having maclaren written … Of course a push chair is now all about posing, having maclaren written down the sides with aluminium tubing. Anyone spending this kind of money on a push chair has something very deeply wrong. Is the pushchair to boost their self esteem or get their kids from a to b safely? All this aside this has to be one of the worst looking buggy's I've seen. Is it me?



Maclaren? Except from the occasional limited edition ones they tend to be the budget end nowadays.

iCandy, Stokke and Bugaboo are the brands if you want to pose.

agree with pp, macclaren is pretty budget. but I also agree that pushchairs are quite a status symbol. if we hadnt been given a second hand sola (mamas and papas) id2 have got mothercare own brand no qualms. as long as its safe and comfy for the baby and easy to use for me it's all good

Original Poster

There is alot a positive rewiews about this pram too, as i have one and its just as sturdy as all the other ones we tested, we have no issues with it.

Rip000

There is alot a positive rewiews about this pram too, as i have one and … There is alot a positive rewiews about this pram too, as i have one and its just as sturdy as all the other ones we tested, we have no issues with it.


It sounds like a tiny percent that are having issues, but it's the worry that I could have bought that 'one' that collapses when crossing a road and the little gets hurt. That's what changed my mind on it.

Original Poster

just to point out if you do have one visit the cosatto website and put in your chassis number and it will tell you if you have a faulty one

Rip000

just to point out if you do have one visit the cosatto website and put in … just to point out if you do have one visit the cosatto website and put in your chassis number and it will tell you if you have a faulty one



Amazing that it takes a feature on Watchdog to get them to admit there's a problem.

Banned

Chassis number? lol just lol. A fool and their money are soon parted, Maclaren was just an example. I did just have a look at the mothercare site and it pains me to see there are pushchairs up to 1600 quid on there.
We had a double mothercare one back in our day it cost 140 quid and lasted for 5 years. Anyone paying over 200 for a pushchair in my book is insane. The reality is that people buying these are buying them for themselves to "look good" not for the child who would not care if it was a £25 quid ebay job.
Edited by: "Musician" 26th Sep 2013
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