Phil and Teds pushchairs
By Anna Studman
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Phil and Teds pushchairs
See if a Phil & Teds pushchair is for you, with our brand guide and test scores below.
The Phil and Teds brand was established in New Zealand in the mid 1990s and its buggies are now sold in more than 50 countries.
The pushchairs’ rugged, stylish looks and adaptable designs - which allow you to convert many models from a single buggy to a double - make them a popular choice among active parents with growing families. Many of the models are also three-wheeled, all-terrain buggies, which are ideal for those that like to get out into the countryside.
But for all this variety, are they any good? Find out by browsing all of our Phil and Teds pushchair reviews.
What’s a typical Phil and Teds pushchair like?
Take a look at our table to see how well Phil and Teds pushchairs coped when put through our rigorous tests.
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|Phil and Teds brand overview|
|Range of scores|
1 Based on models tested and available June 2016
Phil and Teds Verve 2, Phil and Teds Navigator, Phil and Teds Smart Lux
Phil and Teds Vibe single and double reviews
This three-wheeled pushchair, like many of the Phil and Ted models, converts from a single to a double. The Vibe is also available in a four-wheeled format, the Verve (see below).
But how easy is it to use these pushchairs? Are they smooth to push and easy to fold and transport, or are they bulky and annoying to push? Find out by visiting our reviews of the Phil and Teds Vibe single and Phil and Teds Vibe double.
Phil and Teds Verve 2 single and double reviews
The Phil and Teds Verve – a four-wheeled version of the Vibe pushchair – can also be converted from a single to a double pushchair.
No matter how it looks, it's important that it's easy to use every day on typical urban and country hazards. To see how well the single and double versions scored in our tough tests, check out our review of the Phil and Teds Verve 2 single and Phil and Teds Verve 2 double.
Phil and Teds Dot single and double reviews
One of the quirkiest-looking models in the Phil and Teds range – you can get the lining and hood in lime, red, black or grey – it has a rugged and compact look with pneumatic tyres.
But when both versions came up against the many obstacles and reliability tests in our labs and with our parent panel, how did they do? See our reviews of the Phil and Teds Dot single and Phil and Teds Dot double to find out.
Phil and Teds Navigator single and double reviews
The three-wheeled Navigator is a real 'go everywhere' pushchair according to the brand, meaning you should be able to use it easily on a variety of rough surfaces, as well as in the city.
Phil and Teds Promenade single and double reviews
Described as a ‘premium urban stroller’, the Phil and Teds Promenade has four wheels and a reversible seat that converts into a lie-flat carrycot.
It can be used as a travel system if you buy a compatible car seat and, like other pushchairs from Phil and Teds, it can be converted into a double pushchair with the addition of a double kit.
Phil and Teds Smart and Smart Lux reviews
These are some of the only Phil and Teds pushchairs that don't convert into a double from a single. The Smart and Smart Lux are compact strollers that can be used from birth – the Smart Lux seat converts from a pram to a pushchair, and the Smart is suitable with the addition of a separate carrycot.
The Smart and Smart Lux are cheaper and lighter than other Phil and Teds buggies, but will this make them easy to use? Find out how they performed in our reviews of the Phil and Teds Smart and Phil and Teds Smart Lux.
Phil and Teds Voyager first look review
The Voyager is claimed to be the brand's 'most adaptable stroller yet,' with in-built second seat adaptors and the ability for both seats to become lie flat carry cots. It's compatible with Phil and Teds, Mountain Buggy, Maxi-Cosi and Cybex car seats.
To find out what our pushchair expert thought of the Voyager, read our Phil and Teds Voyager first look review.
How we review Phil and Teds pushchairs
Our experts in the test lab put each Phil and Teds pushchair through more than 30 tests to check its strength, durability and safety in line with British standards, including checking for finger traps or choking hazards.
We assess how easy the pushchair is to push, adjust for children of different ages and fold up. We also assess suitability for public transport and test to see if there's space left in the boot of a standard family car once the pushchair is in there.
The final part of our testing involves a panel of parents (and their babies), who rate the appearance and features of the pushchair. They take each model for a spin to see how easy and convenient it is to manoeuvre on pavements, bumpy ground, up and down stairs and around other obstacles.
Find out how whether any Phil and Teds models scored high enough in our reviews to become Best Buy pushchairs.
How much does a Phil and Teds pushchair cost?
Expect to pay from around £170 for the Phil and Teds Smart, a compact stroller, to around £680 for the Phil and Teds Verve 2, one of the more recent models.
Where to buy Phil and Teds pushchairs
Many big chain stores sell Phil and Teds pushchairs, including Babies R Us, Boots and John Lewis.
You can also buy Phil and Teds buggies from independent pushchair retailers, nursery websites and directly from the Phil and Teds website.
Phil and Teds pushchair warranties
All Phil and Teds pushchairs are sold with a one-year manufacturer’s warranty.
The warranty is available only to the pushchair’s original owner and you’ll need proof of purchase to make a claim.
Contact Phil and Teds
Tel: 020 3051 9264
Address: 71-73 Victoria Street, Windsor, West Berkshire SL4 1EH