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FIVE OF THE BEST PUSHCHAIRS FOR TODDLERS


One of the most overwhelming parts of parenthood, especially for first-time parents, is the very important business of choosing a buggy.

There are so many types of buggies, prams and strollers out there that it can be hard to know which one to choose. But never fear, here is a quick guide to five of the best strollers out there that will suit children from birth, to toddlerhood and beyond!

Graco Nimbly Pushchair and Raincover

A great little (and as the name suggests, nimble) buggy, the Graco Nimbly Pushchair is a must have for the city.

Your little ones will be able to sleep soundly on a bump free ride thanks to the front spring suspension. Featuring a compact design also means it is great for squeezing through those busy aisles while doing the weekend shop — and there will be more room in the boot for your shopping!

Available in a lovely berry colour, this buggy also features a multi-position recline and adjustable leg support, so your child can sit up right or lie flat, and a rain cover with a viewing window so you and baby will be ready for whatever the British weather throws at you.

Tesco Basic Stroller

A simple to use and easy to fold away, thanks to the quick umbrella fold, Tesco’s Basic Stroller is a reliable and affordable buggy.

Featuring a 5-point safety harness and available in a gender neutral red colour, this budget-friendly baby pram from Tesco is perfect for popping out to the shops, nursery and for trips to the grandparents. Not only is it extremely lightweight but it also features a basket for any bits of shopping you might pick up along the way. A brilliant bargain buy.

Hauck Viper Jogger Pushchair

Flexible and lightweight , the Hauck Viper Jogger Pushchair features three large wheels for excellent manoeuvrability, which makes it perfect for fast-paced city living.

Available in gender neutral tones of beige and caviar it is very versatile. The large shopping basket, footrest, 5-pont safety harness and quick fold mechanism, combine to make it a safe and simple buggy for parents and children.

Red Kite Baby Push Me Urban Pushchair

Noted for its one hand folding mechanism, the Red Kite Push Me Urban Pushchair is easy to assemble and can be used from birth, as the fully adjustable seat lays flat. Made with baby’s comfort in mind it also features an adjustable, fully supported leg rest.

Great for parents who are always on-the-go, this pram is available in black and folds neatly, so it can fit in any car boot, without taking up too much room.

Kiddu Cruz 5–Position Lie Back Buggy

Designed to be extremely easy to use, the Kiddu Cruz Buggy is bursting with useful features, such as an adjustable calf support for the baby, a 5-position reclining seat with 5-point safety harness and for the parents, a really handy carry shoulder strap.

Super lightweight, as well as flexible, this model also boasts padded foam handles and swivel wheels, which are just great for weaving your way through the city.

So, there you have it, with our roundup of the five best pushchairs that Tesco has to offer, hopefully the task of choosing one will be much less daunting, the only tough decision now will be picking what colour to go for!

Do you have a  favourite pushchair for your toddler? 

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6 comments

  1. Great post for new buggy buyers
    L x
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  2. excellent list! My all time favourite since Lena turned 2 has got to be the Baby Jogger City Mini GT. But I'm a GIANT of a mother at 6'2", so I'm all about the handle height! x

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  3. This is a great picture; the baby is very sweet siting on the stroller. I look ahead in reading more of your work.My blog

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