The Dino designs are so cute. I've got a cosatto and they give a 4 year guarantee with their pushchairs too. I had to have a minor thing repaired and they were very quick to collect and return my item couldn't fault their service
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No need to be rude!
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It’s not for everyone but if you want this particular highchair then it’s better than paying £180 odds elsewhere! At somepoint you can use it to sit the child with you at the table and it adjusts to allow you to do that! Maybe it’s not the chair that needs to go swivel....
Why would you need a child's chair at different hights? Most including this one comes with there own eating tray in front of the child to avoid the need of having them being placed "up to a table", let alone anything else at differing hights. Get a £20 one from Lidl, does the same job and if you need it to swivel then move the chair. This highchair needs to go swivel.
It isnt/wasn’t worth £125, and I’d rather stick with a name I trust, which is Britax. And the Romer can be bought for not much more. It also states “designed to protect your newborn”, but only suitable from 9 months onwards. And I thought that babies have to be rearward facing until 15 months now?
Anyone know if this is any good
Why has this been marked as Expired? Its a LIVE deal until the end of the month...
Thank you for your feedback, a great help (y)
We’ve recently had our second child, have a 2 ½ year old already. We didn’t like the double buggies that Cosatto had on offer so we bought a second hand Bugaboo Donkey, that goes from a single to a double. We had to wave goodbye to our Giggle 2 Pixellate which we were really sad about. Anyway, on subject. We picked the Cosatto for our first after about 3 months of trying out other travel systems in shops; John Lewis, Mothercare etc. The iCandy and Bugaboo stuff is so overpriced, the Mothercare stuff was fine but we felt the Cosatto was by far the best looking and easiest to use for the money. And it came with a 5 year guarantee. Whilst there were a few things that could have been improved (like being able to remove the hood fabric for washing), generally, it was a solid well performing setup. Now we have the Bugaboo, I can honestly say that I’d pick a Cosatto over one of those any day of the week. It’s sturdier, the fabrics don’t fade, easy to fold away, easy to put up etc. So, if we had to do it all again, Cosatto could have my money all over again. The only thing I would recommend is an Isofix base. No, they aren’t a necessity, but man, when it’s pouring with rain, being able to just chuck the car seat into a pair of clips is far easier than faffing around trying to get a seatbelt into clips and positioned! Sorry, long response but I hope it’s been useful!
We picked this one but got it for £400. Not sure how much longer it's on for but while it's on offer we went to one of the baby events and get an extra 10% off
We have the hoppit one, good pram, sturdy and always gets comments on the design. We paid £119 for ours just a few months ago and thought that was a steal.
Thanks! Lots of good priced strollers on tjrre
I understand but personally I couldn't justify the difference but that's just my personal opinion
Not everyone wants a second hand pushchair though
If you go on to Facebook market place you can get a silver cross, graco etc for less than £49.99
Nowt wrong with a 'koochie' :p
Marketing team get a big thumbs down for the title of this stroller.
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.
Check the amazon (always £70 on there) reviews first £120 is a very high supposed RRP (skeptical)
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.
I have bought this and it is a very nice system. Good reviews even when the price was £580. https://m.pushchairexpert.com/en/pushchair-reviews/koochi-modhero-review/
Just bought it in the grey. Not even preggers yet but a bargain is a bargain (highfive)
£250 in Amazon.
Wondering if its too inflated at 589. Or worth it. I am just starting to research these things. Do not much idea as of now about the different brands and its value.
Don't be scared lol. Just have to try and do what's best for the little ones. Hopefully they will never need the car seats safety features.
I'm scared to open your link and read/watch something I'm not going to be happy about my car seat. Plus I don't want to have bad dreams tonight. I bought the britax car seat because it's made in U.K. Also we have a britax pram which is very good so just assume their car seat is good as well
Agreed the ADAC are independent and impartial :) They focus on performance in a crash. Of the group 123 seats the Britax evolva and the recaro hero are the two where looks are most deceiving. They look impressive but performance isn't matched.
@jdRiggs will surely correct me if I am wrong. Basically a major German car seat testing organisation called ADAC test car seats and give ratings. Websites such as Which? Use their ratings to base an opinion and give reccomendions. The car seat you've bought has been given a satisfactory rating on safety which isn't something you want for your child obviously. ( There are two ratings above this which are GOOD and EXCELLENT) This is the overall results from all car seats they have tested (open in chrome will automatically turn to English) adac.de/infotestrat/tests/kindersicherung/kindersitz-test/default.aspx?ComponentId=29903&SourcePageId=31900 If you scroll down you will see the seat you've bought ... Just trying to help a fellow parent. Please message me if you need anything else.
I have bought a britax, is it any good? Britax Römer EVOLVA 1-2-3 Group 1-2-3 (9-36kg) Car Seat - Cosmos Black https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01FFSGSQ6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_oiQuAbWB3WD06
I wouldn't recommend it as a main seat for a young toddler as it doesn't recline if they are likely to wish to sleep. The wings on the headrest don't look to offer much protection. They are not deep. The Britax evolva in red is £90 at the moment in mothercare. The head protection goes up and down so can be adjusted for any height rather than having the toddler too low in the seat to avail of it. The side impact protection is more extensive and it has a slight recline. Not quite as pretty though https://www.mothercare.com/highback-boosters-with-harness-group-1-2-3/britax-romer-evolva-1-2-3-high-back-booster-car-seat-with-harness/LGB424.html?dwvar_LGB424_color=Flame%20Red&cgid=car_hbb_withharness#sz=12&start=15
Say 9 months to 12 years in the description then 9 months to 4 years in the specification?
Why is this cold? Can anybody says for me
I want one of these
We love our Cosatto buggy, and they come with a four year guarantee. Heat added
Brilliant find op, heat added,
Super hot 🔥
https://i2.wp.com/www.kindersitzprofis.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Kindersitze-Ergebnisse-Babyschalen-Kindersitztest-ADAC-Oktober-2015.jpg adac is the independent German testing. Full details using Google translate https://www.kindersitzprofis.de/adac-kindersitze-babyschalen-herbst-test-2015/
Not sure why the chilly reception, but I have one of these but one with a monster print and it is great, brilliant company with well made quality products that actually last and tend to have a decent resell value once finished with.
Better off with the IKEA cheap ones, I threw one of these out to swap for one of those in the end.
have this high chair in the egg and spoon print and it really is worth every penny!
good deal, pink isn't fit for my toddler
I bought this chair in yellow colour or hen house design for £50 in a lightning deal from Amazon. It was good for that price but not sure I'd buy it for £90. Hard to say.
It's £129 now
Yes, once the child weighs 18kgs you remove the harness and use it as a high backed booster. The manufacturer says 12 years because that's what the law states - a child must be in an appropriate car seat until they are 135cm tall OR 12 years old. In reality hardly any 12 year olds are likely to still be smaller than 135cm, so you won't actually see a 12 year old using it.
http://www.lesters-nurseryworld.co.uk/details.php?id=22212&gclid=CjwKEAjwl9DIBRCG_e3DwsKsizsSJADMmJ11KBrlN5Pi9B-klgfZiuyQJ4X5U-m_hmVpFLi5mcutfBoCCBXw_wcB http://www.lesters-nurseryworld.co.uk/details.php?id=21370 Here they have the eden bird and go lighty 2 design for £79.99 too if you wanted a different option...
It's not great as a main seat for young toddlers as there is no recline if they fall asleep their head will most likely fall forward unless the back seat of the car is angled and a baby won't sit high enough on it to see out the window. For group 2 plus though should be fine