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Choosing your first pushchair can be a minefield, but help is at hand. The Which? pushchair reviews test the best buggies, travel systems and doubles from popular brands including Bugaboo, Baby Jogger, Quinny and iCandy. And if you’re looking for a particular feature, compare pushchairs to find it.
Which? pushchair reviews and advice are here to help you make the right decision when looking for the best pushchair for your baby. Watch our video guide to make sure you choose a pushchair that both you and your baby will love.
Not sure where to start when looking for a pushchair? Can’t decide whether a stroller or off-roader would suit you best? Check out the Which? pushchair video buying guide to hear our expert’s top five tips on buying the best pushchair for your needs.
When choosing a pushchair, you might be tempted to go for the brand you’ve seen your favourite celebrity using. But popular brands aren’t necessarily the best. At Which? we've tested hundreds of pushchairs.
We've learned the foibles of the pushchair manufacturers – and the things they’re great at. The Which? guide to the top buggy brands gives you the lowdown on Bugaboo, Chicco, Graco, iCandy, Maclaren, Phil&Teds, Quinny and Silver Cross pushchairs.
With all the different types of pushchair on the market, how do you know which is the right one for you and your child?
Buggies and strollers are cheap, light and ideal for everyday use, but if you lead an active lifestyle you’d be better off with an all-terrain pushchair. Travel systems can make life easier if you use your car a lot, while pramettes are ideal for letting newborns lie flat.
Expecting twins? A twin stroller could be ideal, as they have two seats side by side and can recline flat for newborns. If your children are of different ages, a tandem pushchair – which has one seat in front of the other – could suit you better. In-line convertible pushchairs that start off as a single then add a second seat over the back wheels are all the rage - but are they any good?
We’ve tested all types of double pushchairs and, while all are bulky and heavy, some are easier to manoeuvre than others.
When it comes to pushchairs, small babies have different needs from older babies and toddlers. Newborns can’t yet support their own heads, so will need a pushchair with a back that reclines to more than 150 degrees.
The Which? pushchair reviews rate each pushchair according to how suitable it is for a newborn – choose one rated ‘excellent’ if you’re planning to use it for a new baby.
Some pushchairs may look the part, but can be awkward to push, tricky to fold and lacking in useful features. Which has reviews of around 120 pushchairs, with more than 30 that we recommend as Which? Best Buys.
As well as passing stringent safety tests, Which? Best Buy pushchairs must get the thumbs up from our panel of parent testers – who rate how easy the pushchairs are to push, steer, fold, carry and adjust to suit their child.
Which? puts pushchairs through a series of rigorous tests, and only those with the highest scores are good enough to be Which? Best Buys.
Which? tests pushchairs over 28km across a very bumpy treadmill track, which simulates the experience of trundling across potholes, kerbs and uneven pavements. We also get parents with children aged between six and 36 months take them out and about and rate how easy they are to push and adjust in real-life situations.