We say: This pushchair is so light – the perfect travel companion. It’s got a detachable bumper bar to make popping your child in and out easier, and the seat has an adjustable leg rest and good recline for comfy snoozing. It’s easy to fold – doing it with one hand requires some practice, though – and it’s very compact when folded.
Tested by mum Michelle and Adalina, 6 months:
This is very easy to open and fold, but I didn’t manage to do it with one hand. Because it’s so light, it’s ideal if you’re lifting it in and out of the car a lot, and it fits in the boot really easily. The shopping basket is a good size, but it doesn’t take much in terms of weight – a box of laundry powder made it give a squeak from the added strain!
Tested by mum Kate and Albert, 18 months:
The cheapest we tested, but you’d never guess – it looks so good! It’s easy to push, foldable with one hand, and fits in my small car boot. The shopping basket is easily accessible and big enough to hold my backpack. There’s lots of leg room, but Albert’s very tall, so the seat isn’t upright enough for him to sit comfortably. It’s brilliant value, but better for younger babies.
Tested by mum Leanne and Nathaniel, 3 years:
This was my favourite of all the pushchairs we tested. It's really lightweight – I was able to carry it up an escalator while holding Nathaniel’s hand at the same time. It’s quick and easy to open and fold, and really manoeuvrable – I can push it with one hand. It’s quite long when folded, but I like the high seat position, which means my son doesn’t feel too low the ground.