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Best pushchair brands

Silver Cross pushchairs

By Anna Studman

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Silver Cross pushchairs

Read our Silver Cross pushchairs brand guide to see how this iconic brand performs in our tests.

Generations of children have travelled the streets in iconic Silver Cross prams, including the Queen, Prince Charles and Princes William and Harry, not to mention the newest princes and princesses.

Today, Silver Cross covers the whole baby transport market, with products ranging from luxury 'traditional' prams that cost more than £1,000 to modern, lightweight pushchairs.

To see how each pushchair in the range performs, you can browse through all of our Silver Cross pushchair reviews.

What is a typical Silver Cross pushchair like?

The Silver Cross range is split into pushchairs, contemporary pram systems (halfway between a pram and a pushchair, with a seat that converts into a pram body) and its Heritage collection of traditional prams. The table below gives you a rundown of how Silver Cross pushchairs perform in our tests and if any of them qualify as a Best Buy. 

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1 Based on all pushchairs tested and still available August 2018.

Silver Cross Pop review

The new Silver Cross Pop pushchair is the latest version of Silver Cross's best-selling lightweight buggy. One of the additions is a lie-flat seat making it suitable from birth.

See how this reasonably priced buggy fared in our tests, head to our Silver Cross Pop review.

Silver Cross Avia review

The Silver Cross Avia is the ultimate lightweight stroller pushchair and it's 'perfectly practical in every way', says Silver Cross. This stroller has a lie-flat recline with a one-handed fold and it stands upright when folded, all things we know parents love. But what is it like to push and will it get the thumbs up from our experts and parent testers?

Head to our Silver Cross Avia review where we reveal all.

Silver Cross Wave

The Silver Cross Wave convertible single-to-double travel-system pushchair comes with everything you need to use it as a double for a newborn and a toddler. It exudes quality, but there's no getting away from its high price.

Find out whether this stylish Silver Cross is worth splashing out on by reading our full review of the Silver Cross Wave.

Silver Cross Wave double

The Silver Cross Wave is a convertible single-to-double travel-system pushchair from a high-end brand popular with royalty. You can use it as a single, but the package comes with everything you need to use it as a double for a newborn and a toddler.

We've put this pushchair through our tough safety and durability tests to find out if it lives up to expectations. To find out, read our Silver Cross Wave review.

Silver Cross Surf 3 review 

This is the updated version of the Silver Cross Surf travel system. The Surf 3 model comes with 'puncture-proof' tyres, a larger shopping basket, as well as chrome detailing. A carrycot is included in the price. 

We've put this pushchair through our tough safety and durability tests to find out if it lives up to expectations. To find out, read our Silver Cross Surf 3 review.

Silver Cross Reflex 2016 review

The Reflex is a luxury pushchair from Silver Cross. It features a 'lie-flat seat' with an ergonomically designed backrest that allows air to flow, according to Silver Cross. It can be used with a car seat as part of a travel system. Silver Cross says it's the perfect pushchair, but is it? 

Find out in our expert review of the Silver Cross Reflex 2016 review 

Silver Cross Pioneer review

Silver Cross says this sturdy and stylish-looking pushchair is 'designed for adventure'. Its four-way suspension and all-terrain tyres should mean it's ideal in any situation, whether in the city or on rough terrain.

But how did it really do when we tested it for durability, safety and ease of use? Find out in our review of the Silver Cross Pioneer.

Silver Cross Wayfarer review

The stylish Wayfarer pushchair comes in a range of bold colours, can be used as a travel system and is supposedly easy to fold.

But what did our lab experts and panel of parents think of it? Find out in our review of the Silver Cross Wayfarer.

How we review Silver Cross pushchairs

Our experts in the test lab put each Silver Cross pushchair through more than 30 tests to check its strength, durability and safety, in line with British standards.

We assess how easy the pushchair is to push, adjust for children of different ages and fold up. We also test whether it will fit unfolded on an escalator and on public transport, or folded in the boot of a small family car. We even find out how easy it is to remove food stains from the pushchair fabric.

The final part of our testing involves a panel of parents (and their babies) who rate the appearance and features of the pushchair, and take it 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.

You can find out more about how we test pushchairs in our guide, and then find out which ones came out on top in our run down of Best Buy pushchairs.

How much does a Silver Cross pushchair cost?

Expect to pay from around £170 for a Silver Cross Pop, a lightweight pushchair, to around £1,000 for the Silver Cross Wave double.

If you’re prepared to buy second-hand, you may find a bargain price for a Silver Cross on Ebay.

Have a look at our second-hand pushchairs and prams reviews to see if it's worth digging around for an older model.

Where to buy Silver Cross pushchairs

Silver Cross products are available direct from the Silver Cross website, independent children's shops, Babies R Us, John Lewis and Mothercare.

You can search for retailers in your local area on the Silver Cross website.

Silver Cross pushchair warranties

All Silver Cross pushchairs automatically come with a two-year manufacturer's guarantee against manufacturing faults. 

Contact Silver Cross

Website: silvercross.co.uk
Phone number: 0345 872 6900
Address: Silver Cross (UK) Ltd, Micklethorn, Broughton, Skipton, North Yorkshire BD23 3JA

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