Baby on board: 10 best travel systems
From pram to pushchair to car seat, little ones come with a lot of kit. These travel systems will help make a day out with baby that bit easier
Thursday 23 January 2014
If you want to get out and about with your new arrival, a handy travel system - some comprising a pram, pushchair, car seat and carrycot - is a sensible investment.
They can be expensive, and not all come with every component. We sought out the most practical, hard working and best value-for-money and tested them with our own precious bundles. There's a setup to suit all budgets; from the great-value Mothercare Xpedior to the versatile Stokke Cruisi.
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For a buggy that's easy to manoeuvrer, store and has plenty of space for all your bits and bobs, we like the Uppababy Vista. And don't be put off by Bugaboo's 'yummy mummy' image, it's popular for a reason; because it's compact, glides with ease of different terrain and takes the stress out of travelling with a little one. Britax B-MOTION 3 deserves a mention for being lightweight and user-friendly, too.
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