Push it: 10 best strollers
There are so many options for transporting your little one. For any parents wanting to get out and about (and even on hols) without too much gear, we’ve got strollers covered
Wednesday 22 January 2014
When there's a new baby in the family, there is so much to think about and consider before you even get out the front door. And with prams, buggies, travel systems and strollers all options, the range of products out there can be baffling, particularly for new parents.
Strollers are ideal for getting out and about with your little one, when there's just not room for a bulky pram. And while they're traditionally for slightly older babies, many of those in the shops now can be used from birth too.
We've tried and tested a range so you don't have to; from the great value Mothercare Nanu to Cosatto's quirky Yo! buggy.
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For a budget, lightweight option, we found the Chicco Echo to be a great value, functional buy. If you're looking for something that can handle a muddy park, then the Mountain Buggy Swift is worth the investment. For a lightweight stroller to take on holiday, we like the easy-to-handle Maclaren Quest.
1. Maclaren Quest, £155
2. Chicco Echo, £59.99
3. Silver Cross Pop, £140
4. Mamas & Papas Armadillo, £199
5. Mothercare Nanu, £49.99
6. Mountain Buggy Swift, £319
7. Cybex Twinyx, £350
8. Petite Star Bubble, £169.99
9. Chicco Liteway, £74.99
10. Cosatto Yo!, £196
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