The latest batch of pushchairs tested by Which? includes two new Stokke pushchair travel systems – the Crusi and the Scoot.
To find out if either of the new Stokke pushchairs qualify as a Best Buy visit our guide to Best Buy pushchairs.
Stokke is best known for its minimalist wooden high chair, which you can read about in our Stokke Tripp Trapp review.
Stokke Crusi pushchair
The Stokke Crusi has a high seat – similar to – that it believes encourages interaction and bonding between parent and child.
It can also convert to become a double pushchair and can be turned into a travel system with the addition of the Besafe iZi Sleep or iZi Go infant car seats.
The Crusi costs £879 and it’s another £269 if you want the carrycot, which you’ll need if you want to use the Crusi from birth.
To find out if we think it justifies this high price visit our Stokke Crusi review.
Browse all our Stokke pushchairs reviews.
Stokke Scoot pushchair
The Scoot is a lighter weight urban pushchair that promises a one-handed fold, reversible seat, suspension, push-on-and-off footbrake, height-adjustable handle and roomy shopping basket.
The Scoot costs £500 and is compatible with the Besafe iZi Go car seat.
Read our review of the Stokke Scoot to find out if it is a great choice or if our Best Buys are better.
Updated Peach 2 and Orb also tested
iCandy updated its two Peach models last year to make it easier to convert the single Peach into the double Peach Blossom 2.
Visit our pushchair reviews to find out if the updates have improved the Peaches or the Mothercare Orb (previously Mothercare Spin), which was also tested.
Browse all our iCandy pushchairs reviews.