Best Buys Reviews & shopping Lightweight buggy We reveal which lightweight buggies our mums rate most 1 of Ad break Award-winning lightweight buggiesAll mums need a lightweight buggy that’s easy to sling in the boot for quick trips to the shops or for using on the family holiday. Our mums rate these the most… Finalist: Tippitoes Max Viz Lightweight StrollerSuitable from 6 months this buggy is easy to fold and when it’s not in use it comes with a carrying handle perfect for transporting. £42.99 Finalist: Cosatto HulaAt 5.3kg the Hula is a fantastically lightweight stroller suitable from 3 months and also comes with a handy sunshade and mosquito net. £100 Read the review Finalist: Quinny ZappDesigned as a second buggy for quick trips out it folds so small that it can fit in the footwell of a car and also comes with a sun canopy and raincover. £150 Read the review Continue slideshow > Finalist: Micralite Fastfold This buggy is compact and lightweight and can be folded single handedly – perfect for parents juggling the demands of life with a baby. £169 Read the review Finalsit: Tesco Value StrollerSuper cheap lightweight buggy that’s easy to fold. Comes in both blue and pink. £24.99 Read the review Bronze Award: Petite Star Zia Suitable from birth this buggy has a fully reclining seat plus a storage basket. It also has a lightweight but strong aluminium frame and a comfy padded seat too. £125 Read the review Silver Award: Maclaren Quest SportThe ergonomic foam handles and an angled frame makes this buggy easy to push and with a shopping basket, raincover and hood it’s perfect for quick trips to the shops. £140 Continue slideshow > Gold Award: Britax Nexus Lightweight, compact and easy to move, this buggy is perfect for taking on your hols and storing at home. It also comes with puncture resistant tyres and a spacious shopping basket. £97.86 Read the review By Roisin Johnson Comments Latest on MadeForMums Which pregnant celebs are due in 2018? Postpartum psychosis – just how many mums suffer from it? How much sugar is in your child's favourite ice lolly? Kimberley Walsh: ‘It killed me teaching my boys to sleep through the night'