The January sales can be a great time to save on baby essentials – especially cut-price deals on pushchairs. So we’ve rounded up the top five pushchair deals we’ve spotted so far in the January sales.
Before you rush to the shops to snap up a deal on one of these pushchairs, it’s worth taking a look at our full pushchair reviews, where we give our expert verdict on more than 180 pushchairs, from brands including iCandy, Bugaboo, Mamas & Papas, Mothercare and Silver Cross.
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1. Mamas & Papas Sola pushchair
The Mamas & Papas Sola travel system pushchair, which can be used as a pram with the Sola carrycot for newborns or a Cybex Aton or Primo Viaggio car seat, is reduced from £329 to £199 at Mamas & Papas, in a number of colours. You can also get £40 off when you buy the Aton child car seat.
Mamas & Papas says it has ‘everything you need for function, flexibility and fun.’ Find out if that’s true in our review of the Mamas & Papas Sola.
See all our Mamas and Papas pushchairs reviews.
2. Mothercare Orb pushchair
Reduced by £100, making it £300, the Mothercare Orb is a travel system, which can be used from birth with a carrycot that can be converted from the seat unit. It also has a unique spin feature that allows you to turn your baby forward or backward facing by spinning the seat on its axis.
But how did this innovative design feature fare in our tests? Find out in our Mothercare Orb review.
Read all our Mothercare pushchairs reviews
3. Cosatto Giggle pushchair
Cosatto is known for it’s bold designs, and the Giggle is no different. If you love the fun and bright colours of the Cosatto Giggle in Treat, then you’ll love the fact that it’s only £279 at John Lewis and Kiddisave, the cheapest we’ve found it online.
But although the design is fun, will it be easy to use? Take a look at our Cosatto Giggle review to find out.
Read all our Cosatto pushchairs reviews.
4. Baby Jogger City Mini 4 pushchair
The Baby Jogger City Mini 4, which is currently only £279 at Isme, Boots and John Lewis, is a compact urban pushchair that you can use with an optional car seat or carrycot. It features the one-handed folding mechanism which has made Baby Jogger pushchairs playground favourites. But is it the best a mum can get?
To find out, see our Baby Jogger City Mini 4 review.
Read all our Baby Jogger pushchairs reviews.
5. Hauck Condor All in One pushchair
The Hauck Condor All in One travel system pushchair comes with a carrycot and car seat, and is equipped with a range of accessories including a hood with window, rain cover, foot muff and apron. There are a number of deals on this Hauck pushchair at Precious Little One – you can buy it in Jeans blue for £178.95, reduced by £121, or for £179.99 in navy or red.
See if it’s worth spending any money on by taking a look at our Hauck Condor All in One review.
Read all our Hauck pushchair reviews.