Best Buys Toddler Best Buys 10 Of The Best 10 of the best strollers for less than £50 Cheap, lightweight, easy-to-use buggies that are perfect for holidays and days out. We've found 10 of the best strollers at bargain prices 1 of Ad break Cheap pushchairs that are sure to meet any budgetUltra lightweight and compact buggies can be the perfect solution for holidays, day trips or for older toddlers who occasionally need a place to sit when their legs get tired. This is one of the times when you don't necessarily want to blow your budget. The good news is there are plenty of cheap, basic strollers on the market. And they don’t come cheaper than the ones in this list, which are all under £50. While the pushchairs may not have the same frills or celeb association as some of the mid to high-end buggies on the market or the robustness of the more premium lightweights, they do offer fantastic value for money plus quality, reliability and performance. Many are designed for use from 6 months, while some can even be used from birth. Find out why your baby needs a lie-flat buggy from birth. However, if you’re looking for a little more luxury, check out our 10 of the best buggies under £150. And finally, don't miss our 10 of the best budget baby buys and Mums' top tips to having a baby on a budget. Red Kite Push Me 2U, £34.95 - suitable from 6 monthsBaby manufacturing brand Red Kite have always offered good quality products at reasonable prices. Suitable from 6 months this stroller features a 5-point safety harness, 2 recline positions, a basket and a rain cover, making it great value for money. You can buy this stroller from Argos and Tesco. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Hauck Sport, £49.99 - suitable from birthLightweight and easy to fold, the Hauck Sport can be used from birth as it has a multi-position recline with a lie-flat seat. Its features are also excellent for the price. It comes with a 5-point safety harness, extra large shopping basket, adjustable footrest,and bumper bar. as well as a very large hood. Our MFM reviewer loved how easy it was to fold and unfold too. Buy the Hauck Sport from Toys R Us Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Mothercare Jive, £34.99 - suitable from 6 monthsMothercare may have entered the high-end pushchair market with its Xpedior travel system and new Roam travel system, but the high-street retailer still produces a series of basic buggies to suit all budgets. And the funky-looking Jive is one of them. You get a lightweight, umbrella-fold stroller with a 5-point safety buckle, multi-recline seat position and the all-essential shopping basket, all for under £35. You can buy the Jive here. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Continue slideshow > Joie Nitro, £44.95 - suitable from birthThe Nitro is one of the Joie’s cheapest models but it doesn’t scrimp on quality as it comes with a well-padded seat unit, 5-point harness, adjustable leg support and raincover. The seat unit on the Nitro can recline into a lie-flat position, making it suitable from birth and it's ideal as a second stroller. Our MFM reviewer found it very easy to steer and a "pleasure to fold". Read what else she thought in the full Joie Nitro review. You can buy the Joie Nitro from Precious Little One. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Red Kite Push Me Lite, £21 - suitable from 6 monthsAt the lower-end of the baby product market, Red Kite Push Me Lite costs a very modest £21. Saying that, the price does not reflect the quality of the product which was given 3.5 stars out of 5 by our MFM reviewer for its compact fold, lightweight and manoeuvrability. However it is a very basic pushchair; there's no headrest, only one seating position and no accessories. Read the full Push Me Lite review Buy the Red Kite Push Me Lite on Amazon Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Tesco Basic Stroller, £20 - suitable from 6 monthsYou might not think about going to Tesco for your buggy, but the supermarket giant does its own version of a no-frills, thrifty stroller for a very cheap £20. It comes complete with everything you would expect from a basic pushchair (which is not much): a 5-point harness, umbrella fold, a basket and footrest. But it is not ideal if your little one falls asleep as, like the Red Kite Push Me Lite, it doesn’t have a headrest and only has one seating position. You can buy the Tesco Basic Stroller here. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Mothercare Nanu, £39.99 - suitable from birthA sturdier stroller than its sister, the Jive, the Nanu, suitable from birth, allows for a little more luxury as can be clearly seen with the padded seat unit and bike-style tires. In the price you will get the usual safety features, such as the 5-point harness, but you also get the added extras of an adjustable calf rest and the Mothercare Weathershield. The Nanu received 3.5 stars in our MFM review You can buy the Nanu from Mothercare Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Continue slideshow > Kiddicare Loco, £34.99 - suitable from 6 monthsWho needs frills when you can have a colourful stroller at under £35? The forward-facing buggy has multiple recline positions, lockable front swivel wheels, and only weighs 5.6kg. For the fashion conscious, an accessory pack can be purchased at the cost of £19.99, which includes a pink-trimmed raincover, pink hood and a handy coordinated carry bag. There's also a blue aeroplanes design for those who aren't into candy pink! You can buy the Kiddicare Loco here. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Babystart Pushchair, £34.99 - suitable from 6 monthsA signature stroller from Argos is suitable from 6 months and comes with a 5-point harness, front suspension, plus a detachable hood. It's lightweight at 5kg and comes with a matching raincover, and shopping basket. You can buy the Babystart pushchair here. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Kiddu Tot Lightweight, £24.99 - suitable from 6 monthsAn ideal accompaniment for days out, the Kiddu Tot Lightweight stroller has a convenient one-hand compact folding system and weighs only 4.8kg. Much like other pushchairs in its class it comes equipped with a one-touch brake, lockable swivel wheels and a 5-point safety harness, but doesn't have a shopping basket. Available from Kiddies Kingdom. We've got more budget buggies and some expensive ones too... The pushchair trend - super-lightweight pushchairs The best travel systems for less than £400 The best convertible (single to double) pushchairs 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. 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