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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.
Whatever your pushchair needs, we give you the expert lowdown on the top 6 pushchair trends for 2020.
Approximately 64% of strollers, double buggies and travel system pushchairs we've tested in the past six months have failed our safety and durability tests, and 11 are bad enough to be Don't Buy pushchairs. Find out most common pushchair problems and issues we've found in our lab so you can make sure don't put your baby at risk or waste money on a stroller that won't last.
Whether you're due to give birth this winter or are looking to update your current buggy or stroller, we run through the biggest new pushchair launches for 2019 from iCandy, Bugaboo, Silver Cross, Joie and Baby Jogger.
We surveyed 3,286 parents with a child under the age of 12 to find out what pushchair features they think are essential, and help make life just a little bit easier and more comfortable when juggling a baby or toddler.
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.
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.
We've crunched the numbers the find out what pushchair reviews parents have been seeking out since the start of 2019. Take a look to see if Uppababy, iCandy, Bugaboo or Silver Cross hold the top spot and which prams, buggies and strollers are top for spring 2019.