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Published on June 30th, 2016 | by Tae


Cosatto To and Fro Duo Review

Cosatto To and Fro Duo Review Tae

Summary: It's the answer to your prayers if you want a light-ish double buggy with parent facing options!


So Practical

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Expecting twins? Small age gap between 2 tiny ones? Whatever the reason for a double buggy, check out this Cosatto Twin Stroller. It’s fabulous, funky and extremely practical! Here’s the Cosatto To and Fro Duo Review.

RRP £500






Cosatto To and Fro Duo Review: Features

  • Suitable from birth
  • World facing and parent facing
  • Adjustable lever recline – including fully flat for newborn
  • Adjustable handle
  • Adjustable leg rest
  • Extendable hood with SPF50 protection
  • Removable seat unit
  • Cup holders
  • Shopping basket
  • Swivel wheels
  • Suspension
  • Reversible footmuff
  • Newborn head support and chest pads
  • Umbrella fold
  • 5 point harness
  • Ability to have 1 child world facing and 1 child parent facing
  • 20kg
  • 76 x 75 x 106 cm

Cosatto To and Fro Duo Review


This twin buggy is amazingly unique in its field! The ability to have parent facing and world facing in an umbrella fold is almost unheard of. If you have a twin buggy for an age gap, the fact that you can have your older child world facing and your baby parent facing is absolutely amazing! There’s no need to fiddle with seat units and carrycots, this twin buggy is just good to go straight away. This is a huge time and space saver. There’s no faffing about with this buggy.

It’s so easy to clean, if you’ve got older toddlers, you know how messy the buggy gets when you give them snacks or even juice. Just whip out the seat unit, give it a clean and be done.

It feels great quality for an umbrella fold. I don’t often like umbrella fold strollers as they feel rattly and bumpy. The Cosatto To & Fro is almost as smooth as a big pram. It’s comfortable for big and small kids!

It looks amazing. Cosatto’s motto is to banish boring baby stuff, and oh boy do they do it. Their patterns and style are amazing and so eye catching.

For what it does, £500 is quite cheap. The option to have parent facing and world facing in an umbrella fold is worth it’s weight in gold in my opinion. The umbrella fold isn’t too large, which is shocking for a double buggy. It’s a real space saver.


There’s always a couple! This won’t convert to a single, which is annoying if you’re buying this for an age gap rather than twins. Also, I love the style of the prams, but it is a bit too jazzy in my opinion. Sometimes, my newborn wouldn’t sleep in the buggy as she was so transfixed by the jazzy patterns.

Cosatto To and Fro Duo Review: Final Thoughts

This buggy is the answer to your prayers if you want a great quality, umbrella fold double buggy. The fact it’s suitable from birth makes life with twins a tad cheaper I would imagine. I had this for an age gap rather than twins, so I didn’t get as much use out of it as I wanted to but still, it did it’s job and it did it well!

It’s a stylish, quality and practical for parents who need a double buggy. I really recommend it!




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