Having a baby gets expensive with plenty of kit to splash out on, but a Which? survey has found that parents pay twice as much for a pushchair than what they spend on an essential piece of safety kit – a child car seat.
Find out what you need to know about taking a baby car seat on a flight, including which infant car seats are airline approved and which are a suitable size to fit on an aeroplane seat. We also explain how to fit a forward-facing and rearward-facing car seats on a plane seat.
Summer is on the way (we hope), and with that comes a flurry of new launches for baby car seats and push chairs. These include updates to popular models at Babystyle, a new travel system from Mee-Go and new car seats from Joie.
BabyStyle has recalled the Duo-Fix base (sold between December 2018 and April 2019) which is used in combination with the Oyster Carapace infant carrier. It failed recent Which? crash tests, when paired together, but the car seat is safe to use when installed using the adult seat belt.
The Bugaboo Ant is launching in July 2019. Parent will be excited to hear its Bugaboo's most compact and lightweight stroller, and it's cheap compared to other Bugaboo pushchairs. Find out what makes this new pushchair stand out from the crowd and get our expert view on whether it's worth getting your hands on it when it goes on sale.
Want the best buggy or a super stroller? Find out if you need to spend £40 on a cheap buggy or £200 to get a stroller that's easy to use, lightweight and will be a walk in the park to use.
A buggy board is a useful pushchair addition if you've got two children with an age gap of approximately 18 months. It means that instead of buying a double buggy which is pricey and can be difficult to push, your older child stands on a platform or sits on a seat that attached to the back of the pushchair. Find out which we buggy boards and stroller platforms we rate.
We compare the latest convertible pushchairs, including the iCandy Peach All-Terrain, Silver Cross Coast, Quinny Hubb and Thule Sleek, to find out which is the best investment for growing families. All of these travel system pushchairs can be used with one child, twins or siblings and have a number of unique and practical features designed to make parents' lives easier.
More than 1/3 of parents with babies under 12 months don't know about i-size child car seats meaning they aren't armed with all the information they need to help them make the best choice about transporting their baby
The British royal family typically opt for Silver Cross pushchairs, however its been claimed that expectant parents Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are planning to use an iCandy pram with their newborn. We've tested a number of pushchairs from both brands. Find out how they compare and what are the best options for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.