Baby Best Buys Toddler Best Buys 8 of the best anti-theft buggy locks Keep your pushchair safe from thieves with these simple and secure gadgets 1 of Ad break Little Life stroller lock, £9This Little Life stroller lock has a decent-length 90cm retractable cord and 4-digit combo lock for added security. Made of nylon and metal it's a good sturdy lock, and has a wipe-clean surface. Available from Cotswold Outdoor Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Buggyguard Retractable Pram Lock, £14.99This long extendable cable loops easily through one or two wheels and locks your buggy to any stationary object. Push button retraction makes for easy coiling, while the thin cable makes weaving through your chassis a breeze. The super strong universal cable is vinyl-coated to prevent scratching and features a 3-digit resetable combination dial - perfect for mums worried about losing any keys. Available from Amazon Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner My Buggy Buddy Lock, £7.16My Buggy Buddy Locks are specifically designed to secure an unattended buggy. Simple to use, this loop-shaped device snaps onto the pram handle, wheel or chassis and is held in place using a metal clip. Foam covered to stop any marking and featuring a 3-digit combination lock, this device is great for securing your stroller through the handle to a fence or through the wheel to prevent the buggy being stolen. Available from Tesco Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Buggyguard Anti-Theft Retractable Stroller Lock, £17.90This anti-theft gadget fits all strollers and keeps the lock tucked out of the way until you're ready to use it. The design doesn't interfere with collapsing the stroller and features a 4-digit resetable combination dial. Use the extended cable length to loop through one or two wheels or lock your buggy to any stationary object when you're out and about. Available from Happy Mummy Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Continue slideshow > PBnJ Baby Lock 'n Go Retractable Stroller Lock, £11.56Strong and durable, this long-lasting lock will help safeguard your stroller from theft. Features include a flexible soft vinyl-coated cable to prevent scratching, 10,000 resettable combinations and an automatic push button recoil. This easy to use and hard-wearing design will provide years of security. Available from Amazon Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Hauck Lock Me stroller lock, £6.99This Hauck lock is nice and compact and comes with a 55cm retractable cable. It has a wipe clean surface and is suitable for prams, bikes and scooters. Great price, too. Available from Amazon Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Koo-di stroller lock, £7.97This great little lock is good for those of you who don't need quite so much length on the cord - at 27inches it's a bit shorter than others we've featured. The combo lock is just 3 and not 4 digits too - but still a nifty device in our eyes. Available from Amazon Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Abus combiflex pro, £18.22Not the cheapest lock on he block we admit, and the Abus is actually marketed as a bike lock, but it's super sturdy and has a 90cm cord - longer than most of the buggy locks out there. Not something everyone needs but if you've struggled with shorter cords in the past this might be worth the investment. Available from Amazon We've got so many more buggies right here: 10 of the most expensive luxury pushchairs 10 of the best strollers for less than £50 8 of the best buggy boards 10 of the best lightweight buggies under 6kg 10 of the most compact folding buggies Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner By Tara Breathnach Comments Latest on MadeForMums This hero rescue dog just saved a 3-year-old girl's life Dan Osborne hits back after being slammed for giving 2-year-old Ella a bottle The lengths one mum went to for her baby's Take That birth date 30% of breastfeeding mums stop after the first 8 weeks - is this why?