Get straight to the chase in Supa Go. When you’ve got places to go, fast – Supa Go stroller brings streamlined solutions. It’s your essential stroller with extras and your adjustable comfort machine. That’s what makes it super - so go, go, go…
Newborn Nester – More than just a simple stroller, Supa Go rocks a from-birth newborn recline option with adjustable luxury leg rest for a comfy cutie. Keep tabs on your tiny with the handy viewing window.
On-the-Go - Supa Go is your lightweight, streamlined gad-about. With umbrella fold, auto lock and carry handle, just pop on and off transport. You’re busy. Supa Go goes.
Handy Helper - Life’s a breeze with Supa Go’s adjustable handles for walking tall or small, one-handed multi recline for snoozing on the go and easy-wash pop-off seat. Bung your bits ‘n’ bobs in the big storage basket. Then go.
British Weather Proof – Supa Go’s born ready with extendable UPF50+ sunshade for pesky rays and rain cover for sudden showers.
Smooth Simplicity - From one-handed recline to adjustable handle height, from transport-friendly umbrella fold to head-turning looks, Supa Go’s got it. Go get it.
Assembled Size: L 78cm; W 48.5cm; H 110cm
Folded Size: L 104cm; W 27cm; H35cm
Handle Height: 101-103 cm
Weight: 8.6 kg
TESTING: COSATTO DON’T STOP AT STANDARD
Your baby’s safety is Cosattos obsession. This means you can have confidence in world class products that are tested above and beyond European safety standards. That’s just for starters.
Cosattos dedicated technical team scrutinise everything over and over until each product meets their own stringent requirements too. They also real-life test for your anticipated usage. If a test doesn’t exist then they invent it themselves. All Cosattos products are then extensively user-trialled by parents before they finally make the grade. They don’t just test our stuff. They live it.
Cosatto constantly assess, re-develop and test there products in conjunction with leading European independent test bodies and you guys. Unless there products are beyond tough, they don’t get the green light.