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Travel systems bundle almost everything you need for baby into one package. Travel systems are typically made up of a pushchair, a carry cot for lie-flat pram mode and an infant car seat that attaches to the pushchair frame. This lets you move your little one from pushchair to car without disturbing their sleep.
Travel systems like the Babylo Panorama feature seat units that can be adjusted from pram to pushchair mode, while the Joie Chrome or CBX Leotie Lux allows you to swap the lie-flat carry cot for a seat unit to switch from pram to pushchair as baby grows.
Babies should not spend over 2 hours in the car seat, so it’s best to mostly use the carry cot or pushchair seat.Shop All »
Parent-facing and fully reclined, a pram allows newborns and younger babies to travel in the recommended lie-flat position. Most modern prams can adapt from pram to pushchair mode as part of a travel system.Shop All »
Pushchairs are usually compatible with an infant car seat or carry cot. Many have a fully flat recline for newborns and a reversible seat unit that can switch from rearward to forward facing mode. In comparison to strollers, pushchairs are very robust and durable.Shop All »
Strollers are lightweight and easy to fold. A stroller isn’t always the best choice for a newborn, as not all models feature a lie-flat recline suitable from birth.
Umbrella-fold strollers feature a simple one-switch fold that works just like an umbrella. This quick fold makes them perfect for public transport—but the folded stroller keeps its length, so it’s worth measuring your boot if you’ll be doing a lot of travelling by car. Check out umbrella strollers from Ickle Bubba and Silver Cross.
Strollers with a compact fold, like Joie Pact and Babylo Explorer, collapse down instead of across—a little like a folding chair. They will always be the width of their handles, but fold down neatly to fit into boots and smaller storage areas.Shop All »
A tandem style double buggy is designed with one seat in front of the other. Some models have the option to add infant car seats or carrycots for more travel options.
Twin style double buggies are usually suitable from birth to 15kg, with side by side seats. These don’t usually have the option of adding a car seat or carrycot.Shop All »
Look out for buggies that come with accessories like raincovers, footmuffs and larger shopping baskets. Just don’t forget to empty the basket before folding! There are lots of pushchair accessories available for purchase separately too, from sun shades and changing bags to buggy boards for toddlers.Shop All »
Always check the manufacturer warranty and weight limits. Some strollers are suitable up to 15kg, while others can carry kids up to 25kg. If you want your buggy to last all the way from birth to baby number 2, choose a pushchair or travel system with lie-flat recline, a reversible seat unit and a sturdy frame rather than a lightweight stroller.