Lightweight strollers and buggies are a must-have for parents taking their baby on holiday.
What you need is a lightweight compact stroller that's comfortable for your baby and easy to push, as well as easy to transport when folded - especially if you've also got little ones and luggage to contend with, too.
Here are the pros and cons of seven new lightweight strollers and buggies we've tested that could be perfect for summer holidays:
If you're on a budget, then the Argos Cuggl Hazel is an appealing prospect as it offers a host of features typically seen on strollers twice or three times the price.
It weighs 7.2kg, which is around average for the lightweight buggies we've tested.
But it's an umbrella-fold buggy, so its long shape doesn't make it suitable to take on flights as cabin luggage.
Check out our Argos Cuggl Hazel review and see the star ratings for manoeuvrability, ease of folding and unfolding, and child comfort.
The BabyStyle Hybrid Cabi is an affordable compact stroller that's suitable from birth.
At 7.5kg it's pretty light, although we've tested strollers weighing as little as 4kg.
It's not quite small enough to be cabin baggage approved, but it's freestanding when folded which makes it easier to store.
The Bugaboo Ant is a compact travel system-compatible stroller that's suitable from birth up to 22kg, which is around four or five years old.
The claimed weight is 7.2kg and it folds up into a neat little package that can be wheeled along like a suitcase.
It's also incredibly compact when folded and is within typical cabin luggage restrictions, as it measures 55 x 38 x 23cm.
The Familidoo Air weighs just 5.9kg, and it comes with a handy travel bag to protect the stroller and make it easier to carry.
It's ready for all weather, as it has a good-sized hood and it comes with a rain cover.
It folds easily with one hand, although it's a few centimetres larger than the typical cabin baggage restrictions at 60 x 43 x 25.5cm.
The iCandy Lime is the newest fruit-themed pushchair from the premium buggy brand.
It comes with a carrycot, car-seat adaptors, seat elevators and a rain cover.
At 11.4kg it's pretty heavy, but it can carry a lot of weight: iCandy says it can transport a child weighing up to 25kg.
It has a built-in ride-on board and a sizeable shopping basket that can take 10kg while you're strolling round.
It's fairly large when folded, so it's certainly not cabin-baggage approved.
It has a handy strap so you can sling it over your shoulder, though, making it easier to take on holidays.
The Joie Tourist stroller has a from-birth seat, or it can be used with the Joie Ramble carrycot, as well as Joie Gemm, Joie i-Gemm and Joie i-Level baby car seats.
This travel system-compatible pushchair weighs just 5.9kg and it has a practical carry strap and travel bag to help you transport it when folded.
It's similar in size to the BabyStyle Hybrid Cabi, so it's not quite small enough to be cabin-baggage approved, but it has an impressively easy one-hand fold.
The Red Kite Push Me Sprint has a simple one-hand fold and an extendable trolley-style handle to help you move it about when folded.
It weighs just shy of 7kg, so it's not terrible heavy to carry, but it's much easier to wheel it along, especially if you're rushing to catch a train or taxi.
The typical size restrictions for carry-on luggage is 56 x 45 x 25cm, and this stroller is just outside that as in our tests we measured it as 62.5 x 48.5 x 26.5cm.
Visit our Red Kite Push Me Sprint review to find out what it's like to push and whether our experts discovered anything unexpected.