While we’re being urged to only make essential car journeys during the Coronavirus lockdown, if you need to go somewhere with your child in tow, it’s still vital to use the correct car seat and ensure it’s properly installed. Here's the latest on where you can buy a baby car seat, and how to fit it safely.
A pushchair with a decent basket to store baby essentials – snacks, toys, wipes, muslins and a raincover – can be a lifesaver when heading out with your baby. Read on to find out our pick of the pushchairs that provide good storage options for your shopping or baby essentials, plus three models to avoid if a decent basket is an essential feature.
Our latest tests have covered models ranging in price from £30 to £200 and uncovered an easy to fold Best Buy high chair and a Don’t Buy high chair that’s a potential safety risk.
The latest updates to popular Bugaboo pushchairs are being released this month and we were able to get our hands on them for a First Look review.
The car seat company BeSafe has issued a recall of its iZi Go X1 car seat because there is a safety risk when using it with the BeSafe iZi Go Isofix base.
Is it possible to get a great pushchair or stroller for less than £200? Discover the pros and cons of the cheap pushchairs we've tested most recently.
Aldi is selling an espresso coffee machine as part of its March Special Buys and it’s available exclusively from the Aldi website from today.
We’ve analysed the most popular single and double pushchair reviews on the Which? website over the past few months. Our top 10 lists include perennial favourites from brands such as Maxi Cosi, Nuna and Uppababy, as well as less well-known brands such as Baby Jogger and Mountain Buggy.
Maxi-Cosi is one of the most popular child car seat brands you can buy in the UK and across Europe, and the company offers child restraints that can take your little one from birth right up to 12 years old. Find out how child car seats from Maxi-Cosi measure up for prices, features and their range of sizes.
We tested a range of baby and child products over the last year, some of which did so poorly in our tests that we made them a 0% Don’t Buy.