Baby deal of the week: Silver Cross Pop pushchairSport edition of the Silver Cross Pop for £85.50
12 November 2010
Which? has been scouring the web this week for a top deal on the Silver Cross Pop Sport pushchair.
The lightweight Silver Cross Pop buggy is a good option for nipping to the shops or getting on and off public transport without too much fuss.
Our deal this week is on the 'Sport' edition of the Pop, which usually costs £110. Mothercare is selling the Silver Cross Pop Sport in blue ('bluebell') or beige ('canvas') for £95 - but you can also take advantage of a free delivery offer and an extra 10% discount.
This Mothercare voucher gets you an additional 10% off 'nearly everything', according to Mothercare - by printing it out and taking into a store, quoting code KC2M by phone, or using the code at the online checkout by 28 November.
This takes the price of the Silver Cross Pop down to £85.50.
Silver Cross Pop Sport pushchair
This pushchair has lockable swivel wheels designed to make the pushchair easy to manoeuvre, and a one-handed fold mechanism making it straightforward to put up and down quickly - even if you have your hands full with your baby or toddler.
Find out what our lab experts and parent panel testers made of the original Silver Cross Pop pushchair (which comes with some additional accessories and a different finish) in our full pushchairs review, as well as the Silver Cross Pop Duo double buggy model.
In total we've tested more than 150 pushchairs, travel systems, strollers and prams, and recommend the top rated products as Which? Best Buys.
Baby deal of the week
We'd suggest you try a pushchair out before buying it - so you can get a proper feel for how it handles, folds and the amount of storage space it offers. We asked parents for their top pushchair buying tips - watch our video guide before you hit the shops.
Spotted this pushchair for less elsewhere or found a great deal on a baby product? Let us know - email email@example.com with the details and we'll update this page.
All prices correct as of 2pm, 11 October 2010.