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  1. The prints are really cool (some are a bit too busy for me) and all the features are really cool but way out of my price range.

  2. Hi, Hollie!

    We love your reviews! My wife asked me a few weeks ago when we were making our final stroller pick, “why hasn’t she reviewed Cosatto?” She really wanted a unique stroller. We felt we just didn’t have enough info on this company to purchase without a video review — at this price.

    After a bit of research, we were getting pulled toward the Cosatto To and Fro (which we would have had to buy on UK Amazon); it has a full recline and reversible seat. It also takes a carrier, if you buy Cosatto brand. There’s also many good reviews on the Cosatto Yo!, which apparently handles like a dream (upgraded tires from the Supa).

    But, after much back and forth re: Cosatto (how we would be unable to return easily if we didn’t like the feel), we ended up going with the Inglesina Trilogy. It arrives today. Thanks for your review on that!

    One thing I have noticed was that many of these UK/Overseas brands list 33 LBS as a weight limit. I was very confused by Inglesina (getting a lot of conflicting information re: weight limit of Trilogy). I wasn’t sure if this had to do w/ European standards or whatever. Because one competing stroller company listed 17KG UK / 50 LBS US limit (which does not compute obviously). I actually emailed Inglesina. He explained that it had a 50LB Us weight limit. They updated their US Site Tech Sheet to list Trilogy as a 50LB weight limit. So, perhaps many other reviewers took specs off of UK conversion. That’s why we went with them.

    Hope to see more Cosatto availability in US and more reviews.

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