Cosatto have a brand new travel system that is sure to put a smile on your face. The Cosatto Giggle!
Available in six different colour schemes, this pushchair is a complete package for all your baby needs. I was sent the Go-Lightly to review with my new addition, baby Emma. Complete in the package is the car seat, carrycot, main seat unit, chassis, footmuff, raincover and changing bag. I can’t think of anything that is missing off the list of a new parents needs. As with all Cosatto products, it has a 4 year guarantee included too.
Putting together the Giggle was a piece of cake. Opening up the box I was confronted with the following contents:
The rear wheels are solid rubber, not an inflatable tyre, meaning no punctures and a smooth ride, They are also a rather lovely glossy black.
To assemble you simply slot the rear wheels into the chassis, and click on the front wheel.
It is as easy as that to complete the chassis. You can remove these at any point easily, great if you have a tiny car or even if you have been for a muddy walk. Simply press in the button on the chassis and they come off. I have taken mine off a few times as I like to keep my pushchair squeaky clean.
The chassis has many features to help make your life easier. As far as technical specification go the Giggle sports an impressive Chassis Folded Size of L97cm x W60cm x H25cm and a weight of 6.1kg.
The folding system is easy to use and streamlined. You simply press in the button and pull the little black sliders on each side towards you. This collapses the chassis. The handlebar is height adjustable, simply press the button on each side and it can be moved upwards and downwards, this is great for making the chassis even smaller when it is folded, makes fitting it into the boot of the car easy.
There is also a clip which automatically connects the chassis when folded, this means that you can carry the chassis and it stays in one piece. To unfold the chassis, you simply open the clip and the chassis can be opened, no buttons or anything. Makes it easy peasy, especially if you have kids to hold too.
Once unfolded and in use, the chassis is easy to push, with the car seat, carrycot or pushchair seat in place you can turn it with just one hand. The braking system is easy to do and is great for even flip-flopped feet. You simply press on the brake to activate or deactivate it. One way makes it on, one way makes it off. The front wheel is great for using in swivel mode. It glides easily around with just one hand when in motion or static. It can also be locked static, handy for going over the rough terrain.
Having a Giggle in the snow…
The shopping basket is a really good size I have found, I have filled it with my shopping while walking around the supermarket. It is deeper than I first thought and has proved to be even bigger when I use the chassis with the car seat attached.
The changing bag that comes included with the pushchair is a great size for storing what you need for a trip out. It has a changing mat included, which is well padded and has the matching golightly dots on one side too. There is a messy bag too, which is great for keeping the inside of the bag clean, especially when you have some rubbish and no bin around! There is different sectioned pockets inside too, which is great for keeping bits separate so you can find them easily. The zip on the top of the bag keeps everything safe and secure. Finally, it ha an adjustable shoulder strap, phew. What more could you want?!
The chassis then has some options for what seating unit you will use, dependant on your child and their age. I have reviewed these all seperately, please visit the following posts to read about each one:
I have found the Cosatto Giggle to be a good lightweight travel system, it is cute, easy to push and draws attention wherever we go. It is a complete reasonably priced package with everything you need for a baby included.
You can buy the Cosatto Giggle 3 in 1 Combi online and find out more at www.cosatto.com
We were sent the Cosatto Giggle to review, all thoughts are our own. Please see our disclosure page for more information.