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Best pushchair brands

Hauck pushchairs

By Anna Studman

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Hauck pushchairs

See how Hauck pushchairs perform in our tests with our brand guide below.

Hauck is a long-standing international brand that has been around since 1921, originally making cribs, followed by christening robes. Pushchairs joined the range in the 1970s, but Hauck didn't come to the UK until 2001. Its philosophy has always been to 'give your baby a feeling of security'.

As well as pushchairs – such as the Hauck Swift and Hauck Rapid 4 – Hauck now offers a range of other baby products, such as baby car seats, high chairs and travel cots.

Hauck has a licence with Disney to sell a range of branded products, from strollers to play mats. A number of the Hauck pushchairs also come in matching colours and patterned sets.

Compare Hauck pushchairs by heading to all of our Hauck pushchair reviews.

What's a typical Hauck pushchair like?

Our table below will show you at a glance how Hauck pushchairs do in our lab tests and with our panel of parents. It includes the average test score and pros and cons.

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1 Based on all models tested and available August 2018

From left:Hauck Twister Trio, Hauck Condor All in One

Hauck Rapid 4 review

Hauck says this Sporty pushchair is perfect for your excursions. It has a one-hand fold, and 360-degree swivel front wheels and suspension to help navigate your daily route.

Discover whether our parents and pushchair experts were impressed in our Hauck Rapid 4 review.

Hauck Swift review

The Hauck Swift is billed as the perfect urban buggy. It's certainly compact, with a light aluminium frame and spring-loaded front wheels that can move 360 degrees. But does that make it particularly manoeuvrable and comfortable to push?

Read our full test report for the Hauck Swift review to find out. 

How we review Hauck pushchairs

Our experts in the Which? test lab put each Hauck pushchair through more than 30 tests to check its strength, durability and safety in line with British standards, including checking for finger traps or choking hazards.

We assess how easy the pushchair is to push, adjust for children of different ages and fold up. We also assess suitability for public transport and test to see if there's space left in the boot of a standard family car once the pushchair is in there.

The final part of our testing involves a panel of parents (and their babies), who rate the appearance and features of the pushchair. They take each model for a spin to see how easy and convenient it is to manoeuvre on pavements, bumpy ground, up and down stairs and around other obstacles.

Find out whether any Hauck models have scored highly enough in our reviews to become Best Buy pushchairs.

How much does a Hauck pushchair cost?

Prices start at around £50 for a simple stroller and go all the way up to more than £300 for a travel system that comes with a baby car seat and carrycot. Hauck pushchair prices are fairly reasonable: the average is around £200. You can sometimes pick a basic stroller up in 'baby' events held by stores such as Aldi. 

If you're happy to buy second-hand, looking on sites such as Ebay can knock anywhere from £50 to £200 off the price, depending on what's included and the condition of the pushchair. If you're buying second-hand, our guide will help you know what to look out for.

Where to buy Hauck pushchairs

You can buy Hauck pushchairs in a number of popular high street shops, such as Argos, Asda Direct, Mothercare and Tesco Direct, as well as a range of independent baby shops nationwide.

Hauck pushchair warranty

As Hauck Group is the UK distributor for Hauck pushchairs, warranties are with the retailer it's bought from rather than the manufacturer. Before you buy a Hauck pushchair, find out what the warranty terms and conditions are with the store.

Contact Hauck

Website: hauckuk.com
Phone: 01978 664362
Email: info@hauckuk.com
Address: Ash Road South, Wrexham Industrial Estate, Wrexham, North Wales LL13 9UG