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Bugaboo, iCandy or Cosatto – which pushchair should you buy this summer?

Our latest batch of tested pushchairs includes models that convert from a single to a double buggy, ideal for a growing family

Bugaboo, iCandy or Cosatto – which pushchair should you buy this summer?

If you’re planning on enjoying the great outdoors with your little one this summer, you need a sturdy pushchair that’s built to last. Whether you’re a first-time parent or an experienced parent expecting baby number two, our expert reviews can help you buy the perfect pushchair.

We’ve recently gone hands-on with pushchairs from big-name brands including Bugaboo, Cosatto and iCandy. The best of this most recent bunch is a breeze to weave around your local park and folds up without much fuss.

Our expert pushchair reviews also highlight which models have enough storage space for your picnic blanket and a couple of snacks.

Keep scrolling as we take a closer look at the pushchairs that have recently returned from our test lab.


Which? Best Buy pushchairs – from the top buggies for tackling rough terrain to travel systems for your newborn baby


The latest pushchairs on test

Bugaboo Lynx, from £795

Bugaboo Lynx
  • Type: Pram and pushchair
  • Maximum weight: 22kg
  • Direction of seat: World and parent facing

This travel-system-compatible pushchair is suitable for use from birth until your child weighs 22kg, which is around four years old. The seat on the Bugaboo Lynx can transform into a carrycot, which is useful as then you don’t need to worry about buying an additional carrycot and storing it when not needed.

The pushchair can be configured so that your baby is facing towards you, or you can rotate it so that your little one can take in their surroundings on your walk. You can also choose between three recline settings and, if the weather takes a turn for the worse, use the hood for cover.

Once you’re done using the Bugaboo Lynx, you can fold it up to make it easier to store. Our tests show that it fits in the boot of a mid-sized family car, still leaving a bit of room for other items.


If you’re shopping for a new pushchair in time for summer, does this Bugaboo model tick all the right boxes? Our full Bugaboo Lynx pram review has the details.


iCandy Orange 2021, from £899

iCandy Orange 2021
  • Type: Pram and pushchair
  • Maximum weight: 25kg
  • Direction of seat: World and parent facing

Suitable for children from six months old to 25kg (around four or five years old), the iCandy Orange can be converted into a tandem double or twin travel system.

This pushchair comes bundled with a couple of handy accessories – you get an integrated ride-on board, a backpack changing bag, a rain cover and some car seat adaptors.

If you’re looking for a pushchair with additional storage compartments, the iCandy Orange could be worth adding to your shortlist. The basket can hold 10kg and there are two additional pockets in the rear of the seat.

The iCandy Orange 2021 is compatible with various infant car seats to convert it into a full travel system.


This feature-packed pushchair doesn’t come cheap, so is it money well spent? See how we score this pushchair by consulting our iCandy Orange 2021 review.


Cosatto Wow Continental, from £600

Cosatto Wow Continental
  • Type: Pushchair
  • Maximum weight: 20kg
  • Direction of seat: World and parent facing

This travel-system-compatible pushchair is suitable for children up to around three or four years old. To convert it into a travel system or pram, you’ll need to replace the seat with the Cosatto Port i-size car seat or the Cosatto Wow Continental carry cot.

The Cosatto Wow Continental comes bundled with a rain cover and a viewing window, so you can keep your baby shielded from the rain (which let’s face it, is just as likely this summer) and check up on them without interrupting their snooze.

You can recline the seat on this pushchair one-handed by using the lever – there are four different positions to pick between.


Find out how this pushchair compares with similarly priced rivals in our Cosatto Wow Continental review.


More pushchair reviews

Alongside the three pushchairs we’ve mentioned above, our latest round of testing also saw us review these alternatives:

  • Babystyle Egg2 – a pushchair that can be parent or world facing. This Babystyle model is suitable for children from six months old to 25kg, which is about four to five years old. It comes bundled with a fleece seat liner, rain cover and insect net. It’s a convertible tandem pushchair, so can be converted from a single to a double (see below).
  • Babystyle Egg2 double – when set up as a double, this model is designed to transport two children from newborn to 15kg, which is about three years old.
  • Joolz Hub – a travel-system-compatible pushchair with a reversible seat. The Joolz Hub is compatible with several popular car seats, including the BeSafe iZi Go and iZi Go Modular.

Make sure you consult our expert reviews before you part with your money. As our expert reviews prove time and time again, a high price doesn’t guarantee quality.

How we uncover the best pushchairs

To help you find the perfect pushchair for you, every model we review is put through a series of rigorous lab tests.

We combine lab-based strength, safety and durability tests with assessments by parents and experts, based on real-life usage to help us answer the following key questions:

  • Is the pushchair safe and durable?
  • Is the seat comfortable for your baby?
  • What’s the pushchair like to push?
  • Is it easy to fold and store the pushchair?

Previously, our expert tests have unearthed a range of issues, including safety problems, ease-of-use issues and models that provide an uncomfortable ride for your baby.

But don’t worry – it’s not all bad news. Which? expert tests have also uncovered some fantastic pushchairs that are safe, strong and able to provide a smooth and comfortable ride.

Find out which models have soared through our tests and browse our selection of Which? Best Buy pushchairs. And to find out more about our testing, read our in-depth guide on how we test pushchairs.

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