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Which? reveals latest Best Buy pushchairs

Did Bugaboo, Babystyle or Stokke top our tests?

Pushchair happy baby

A Best Buy pushchair means a happy baby

Got your eye on the latest Bugaboo, a smart Stokke or the brand new luxury Babystyle Egg pushchair? Our latest round of unique pushchair testing can tell you whether it’s money well spent, before you splash out. 

We’ve put some of the newest pushchairs, travel systems and strollers through our tough tests. These combine safety and durability tests, expert assessments and ergonomic checks with parent and baby user trials around our specially designed course to find those pushchairs that really are a walk in the park.  

Find out which two pushchairs were impressive enough to become Best Buy pushchairs.  

Babystyle Egg

The Babystyle Egg has a seat curved like a shell

Babystyle Egg

Babystyle had a huge success story with its affordable Oyster pushchair, consistently one of the 10 most popular pushchairs here at which.co.uk. 

Earlier this year it launched the impressive, luxury Babystyle Egg, a top of the range pushchair with smooth curves and plush fabrics that is travel system compatible. 

See if the Egg matches up to Bugaboo and iCandy travel systems, in our Babystyle Egg review.

Bugaboo Runner

Bugaboo’s latest arrival onto the pushchair market is the Bugaboo Runner, a running pushchair aimed at active parents. It’s already made its way in to the Guinness World Records after a marathon-running mum completed 26.2 miles pushing her son in her Bugaboo Runner pushchair. 

The Runner can either be bought as a complete package or, if you already own a newer Bugaboo, it’s possible to buy the chassis only and use your existing pushchair seat. The smart looking runner has a fixed front wheel, which is needed for running, and a handbrake to help control speed.

We’ve put this sporty number through our pushchairs testing. Read our Bugaboo Runner review .

Pushchair rolling road

Pushchairs are strapped to a lumpy, bumpy treadmill, fully loaded and pushed for 206km (that’s London to Birmingham!)

Pushchair reviews

All pushchairs reviewed are tested for safety and durability. We check for a range of things including choking hazards, finger traps, brakes and how well built each pushchair is. 

We test handle strength and assess the ergonomics of the pushchair to see if they really will last as long as claimed – all before our parent-testers get theirs hands on them. 

Follow the links below to go straight to the full test reviews of the latest pushchairs we’ve tested:

Prices correct as of November 2015.

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