Cosatto Koochi Sneaker Stroller in Ticket or Yellow was £122.90 now £46.95 Delivered @ Asda George
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Cosatto Koochi Sneaker Stroller in Ticket or Yellow was £122.90 now £46.95 Delivered @ Asda George

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Found 17th May
Update 29/5 - now included in Extra 20% Off at Checkout promo HERE so down to £44 + £2.95 Delivery when added to basket

Great price for these, love the Ticket colourway, still £70 - £119.95 at other retailers including Boots. I've included the £2.95 delivery charge in the price because I wasn't offered the option to C+C, you may be luckier

Get Deal link goes to the Ticket version in Blue - will pop the link to the Yellow below

This Koochi Sneaker stroller is perfect for mums on the move. Designed with a multi-reclining seat, adjustable leg rest and front swivel wheels, this lightweight stroller also comes with a spacious shopping basket and folds away in one easy motion.


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• Suitable for 0-3 years
• Lightweight umbrella-fold chassis with auto lock
• Front and rear suspension
• Lockable swivel front wheels
• Multi position recline and adjustable calf support
• Removable hood and rain cover included
• Removable 5-point harness with chest pads and tummy pad
• Spacious shopping basket
• Complies with model no. EN1888:2012

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Koochi Sneaker Stroller - Yellow was £119.95 now £55 - now £44 + £2.95 Delivery

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Good price for the item BUT we have a stroller and a travel system, and to be honest I'm underwhelmed by it - I feel like Cosatto is very much style over substance. They annoyed me recently too, as we managed to break one of the clips on the harness of the stroller (it got caught when folding or opening it), borrowed a replacement from our (now out of use) travel system, which we managed to break again, when I contacted Cosatto they refused to sell me two replacement clips, and suggested I buy two entire harnesses (on the basis that I might "incorrectly fit" the clip, but fitting the entire harness apparently carries no risk). I wouldn't mind, but it's not like it was cheap to buy in the first place (and I wasn't demanding anything free etc).
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Good price for the item BUT we have a stroller and a travel system, and to be honest I'm underwhelmed by it - I feel like Cosatto is very much style over substance. They annoyed me recently too, as we managed to break one of the clips on the harness of the stroller (it got caught when folding or opening it), borrowed a replacement from our (now out of use) travel system, which we managed to break again, when I contacted Cosatto they refused to sell me two replacement clips, and suggested I buy two entire harnesses (on the basis that I might "incorrectly fit" the clip, but fitting the entire harness apparently carries no risk). I wouldn't mind, but it's not like it was cheap to buy in the first place (and I wasn't demanding anything free etc).
Thanks op

The wheels are the thing that make me think, will they be ok for the footpaths. Bigger wheels might be better on pot holes etc.

I need it for my little, might take a chance.
aj200123 h, 4 m ago

Thanks opThe wheels are the thing that make me think, will they be ok for …Thanks opThe wheels are the thing that make me think, will they be ok for the footpaths. Bigger wheels might be better on pot holes etc.I need it for my little, might take a chance.


To be fair, the one we have appears to have the same size wheels and it's fine for pavement use etc, and copes okay for the occasional rougher ride, for example we went to a country show in a field over the bank holiday - not the easiest to push and care had to be taken not to push the front wheels into a rut and bend the frame (locking them in the straight/non-swivel position is good for that), but it did the job.
Check the amazon (always £70 on there) reviews first

£120 is a very high supposed RRP
Edited by: "tallpete33" 20th May
Voted hot: took a Cossatto (albeit a higher level model the Supa Stroller) on holiday where it saw use in several airports and Singapore and it didn't miss a beat.
Marketing team get a big thumbs down for the title of this stroller.
jinkssick2 h, 16 m ago

Marketing team get a big thumbs down for the title of this stroller.


Nowt wrong with a 'koochie'
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