Those who read my blog will know that I’m a huge fan of Cosatto, and have been lucky to work with this beautiful brand over the last few years.
Their bold, vivid and dynamic prints on everything from prams to high chairs, never cease to amaze me.
Truly dazzling pieces that are testament to Cosatto’s bid to save the world from boring baby stuff!
Certainly nothing boring about their gorgeous collection!
When my little nephew Zachary was born at 31 weeks in October, we were all concerned, but thanks to the advancement of modern medicine, little Zachy was home at 35 weeks and is doing well, now at 38 weeks.
What a cutie!
Cosatto had kindly gifted Alexander, now 3, a stunning Ooba 3-1 Duck Egg Travel System which I passed onto Zachary and recently sent us a matching car seat too, ensuring my nephew travelled back from the hospital (and since) safely, and in style too.
Aw Xander in the OOba which is now with my brother and baby Zachy!
The car seat fits perfectly onto the travel system too so ideal for short walks.
Cosatto also kindly sent an Hold Base Black Isofix too for the carseat, which offers a satisfying click when it’s fastened securely.
Zachary popped over last week, and before he left to go back home in the car, we grabbed a few shots of him looking adorable in the seat.
Here are all the details for the car set in full-
Well-Connected – Sturdy Hold 0+ infant car seat connects smoothly and surely to:
- Ooba chassis
- Giggle 2 chassis
- To & Fro chassis
- Woop chassis
- Hold ISOFIX in-car base
- Hold belted semi-universal base
All sold separately
Smooth A to B – Easy fast-release buttons let you pop Hold on and off from car seat to high street. No need to wake dozy. The Hold car seat bases are grounding devices to anchor your dinky in your car.
Pole Position – This from-birth bodyguard fits front or back car seats and is rear-facing.
Snug Security – Hold’s tough to the core with squidgy topping plus chest pads, headhugger, tummy pad and seat liner. The snug coordinating raincover shows British weather who’s boss. You’re home! The quick-release harness buckle gives immediate cuddle access.
Hold makes History – Sheer toughness aside, no car seat with a base ever looked like Hold. Stuff like that matters when you’ve got a tiny trendsetter in-transit.
(Never put a child in a passenger seat fitted with an active front airbag. Airbags are designed to protect adults but can have the opposite effect on children.)
…Don’t miss a short vlog I filmed a few weeks ago which features the car set in it too!
Have you tried Cosatto yet?
I’d love to read your thoughts,
Yours broody, Vicki