Baby & child
Find out which are the most popular pushchairs under £400, including two costing just £150. Our list is based on the most-visited Which? reviews in the past few months and includes models from popular brands Maxi Cosi and Silver Cross.
Parents are being warned after samples of four safety gates tested by Which? have failed tests that form part of the EU standard for stair gates (EN 1930:2011).
Find out which supermarket own-label nappies parents rate better than Pampers. In our survey of more than 1,000 parents we collected ratings for 14 disposable nappy brands including Aldi, Asda, Lidl and Tesco.
More than half of parents want a baby monitor that's simple to use, yet many models fall short. We help you find the best baby monitor for your home.
Find out which baby carriers and baby slings are best for lockdown, whether you're going out for a walk, doing chores around the house or enjoying a spot of gardening. Plus, get our tips on how to carry your baby safely.
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.
We've just reviewed nine baby monitors, including popular monitors from Angelcare, Owlet and Summer Infant. Find out whether additional baby monitor safety features, including temperature sensors and movement sensor pads, are accurate and worth investing in.
During lockdown a climbing frame will keep your little ones active and entertained. Find out what outdoor and indoor climbing frames are available, as well as key safety advice about setting up a kids climbing frame in your home or garden.
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.