Best Buys Baby Best Buys Pregnancy Best Buys 10 of the best buggies, as rated by you! There’s nothing like another mum or dad’s recommendation to help you shortlist the buggies that could work for you and your baby. Find out which pushchairs are most loved by MFM mums and dads 1 of Ad break Baby Jogger City Mini, £299.99Baby Jogger prides itself on its buggies’ quick-fold technology, and this is definitely one of the winning features for all the mums and dads who praised this pushchair. Folding with one hand, and weighing just 7.6kg, as well as looking great, this is the “last pushchair you’ll ever need”, according to our reviewer. Baby Jogger City Mini owners raved about how easy it is to use, and loved how lightweight this buggy is. Check out the full MFM review of the Baby Jogger City Mini here. Buy the Baby Jogger City Mini from Kiddicare, or John Lewis. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Joie Chrome, £250 This British brand is fast becoming a serious player in the baby products market and, while it may be better known for its iSize car seats, Joie also produces a wide range of buggies. The Joie Chrome stood out for our mum and dad reviewers for being compact, lightweight and very easy to assemble, while it got five stars for being great value for money - a standout point. Our professional MFM reviewer agreed it is good value, and pointed out it has a decent resale value. Read the full Joie Chrome review here. Buy the Joie Chrome from Mothercare. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner iCandy Peach 3 Blossom, £1,010Unsurprisingly the iCandy Peach is one of the buggies you rate highly! It’s a celebrity in the pushchair world and a lust-have for many a parent! The Peach 3 Blossom is the latest version of the ever-popular fruit-inspired pram, it's highly versatile and ideal for a growing family. Sturdy and travel system compatible, the iCandy Peach 3 Blossom can convert from a single to a double buggy and be used from birth if you buy the optional carrycot or a compatible car seat. MFM members rate its style, comfort and ease of pushing around as one of the best. Read the full iCandy Peach 3 Blossom review. You can buy the iCandy Peach 3 Blossom from iCandy or John Lewis Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Babyzen Yoyo 0+, £369The first folding buggy to fully comply with size recommendations for cabin luggage - meaning it can fit in an aeroplane overhead locker - the Yoyo 0+ is the second version of a very compact and nifty buggy. It weighs a very light 6.5kg, so it's easy to see why it’s received rave reviews from some of our MadeForMums community, who rated its quick one-hand fold system, incredibly easy push factor and comfort for little ones as one of the best in the market. Check out the complete Babyzen Yoyo 0+ review. You can buy the Babyzen Yoyo 0+ from Harrods or Natural Baby Shower Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Continue slideshow > Obaby Zeal, £169.99 - MadeForMums Awards Gold winner newborn pushchair under £400It’s no big surprise that MFM mums and dads love the Obaby Zeal 2-in-1, it's a really affordable, comfortable and versatile city umbrella-fold pushchair. It can be used as a complete travel system with a very comfortable carrycot (£60 extra) and infant car seat, it’s great to push, stylish, and quite lightweight (7.6kg). You will get so much for your money (including a changing bag) if you buy the Obaby Zeal as it will last from birth to years, and you won’t even have to buy a second stroller as it already is one. And that's why it scooped the MadeForMums Awards Gold medal for the best newborn pushchair under £400. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Stokke Xplory, £869With its instantly recognisable silhouette and unorthodox appearance, the Stokke Xplory could be the poster child of modern design! MFM mums love the position it puts their babies in – and babies seem to love the view of the world it gives them. Mums rate its manoeuvrability and love how it tackles stairs. One MFM mum has even declared it “simply the best pushchair ever made”, while another loved its "unique" factor. Read all the Stokke Xplory reviews Click here to buy the Stokke Xplory on the Stokke website Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Cybex Priam, £775There’s no escaping the fact this is a very attractive pushchair. Not only is it easy to assemble and very comfy for baby, but it has a huge range of seat options and wheels for using on different terrains. It even folds with the seat unit in place, and can double as a highchair in cafes and restaurants as the seat is placed high on the frame. Our reviewer loved the luxury feel and “features galore”, while one parents described it as an “excellent choice”. But be warned, it’s not that lightweight or compact! Read what else our reviewer had to say about the Cybex Priam. Buy the Cybex Priam from Mamas & Papas, and Natural Baby Shower Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Silver Cross Zest, £145A lightweight, super stylish stroller from Silver Cross, probably one of the best-known baby brands in the UK. The Zest weighs a dainty 5.8kg, is suitable all the way up to 25kg, which is around 5 to 6 years and while the price tag might seem a little higher than some other lightweights on the market, some of you guys say it’s worth it because it’s well built and sturdy. Our reviewer said: "I really enjoyed using the Zest, as did my partner and two children. Its large under-seat basket meant it could carry a generous amount of shopping, plus a bulky changing bag. However the biggest bonus for me came from the fact it suited both my toddler and my newborn. It removed the need to have two buggies blocking up our hallway." Read the full Silver Cross Zest review here Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Continue slideshow > Babystyle Egg, £769With its head-turning design and sleek curves, this luxury offering from Babystyle has already got a loyal following of fans. It might be at the pricey end of the market, but its design, quality and durability were all given the thumbs up by parents reviewing the Babystyle Egg. Described as “love at first sight” by one mum, this buggy got more than a few hearts racing. Our MFM reviewer called it the perfect pushchair, and said there’s definitely substance to it, as well as a lot of style. Read the full review of the Babystyle Egg here. You can buy the Babystyle Egg from Mothercare or John Lewis. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Maclaren Triumph, £175Triumph is yet another Maclaren buggy that scores high in parent reviews. Light (a tiny 5.2kg) and easy to fold, the Triumph is ideal for holidays, public transport and anyone after a buggy that's quick and simple to get in and out of the car boot. Read all the Maclaren Triumph reviews Buy the Maclaren Triumph on Amazon Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Things to look for when buying a buggy...If you're shopping for a buggy, we've got easy-to-follow guides on the types of buggies on the market and the pushchair features to look for, including the different kinds of buggy folding mechanisms you'll come across. The best place to start though is with our no-nonsense step-by-step guide to buying a buggy. We've got more pushchairs here... The best buggies for 2018 The best convertible (single to double) pushchairs The best buggies suitable for a newborn MadeForMums product reviews are independent, honest and provide advice you can have confidence in. Sometimes, we earn revenue through affiliate (click-to-buy) links. However we never allow this to influence our coverage. Our reviews and articles are written by parents who are professional journalists, and we also include feedback from our parent community and industry experts. By Magda Ibrahim Last updated on 4 December 2017 Comments Latest on MadeForMums MadeForMums Awards 2018 shortlist announced Mum takes drastic action when her baby name is 'stolen' How Rochelle Humes tackled her daughter's curly hair insecurity What's the most you'd pay to watch your child's Christmas play?