Best Buys Reviews & shopping Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine Awards 2011/2012 Best buggies over £300 Wondering what are the best buggies to buy for your little one? Check out which strollers are competing in this year's Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine awards 1 of Ad break With so many best buggies out there, how do you know which type of buggy is right for you and, more importantly, which one is a winner? Check out the cream of the buggy crop, all of whom are vying for the chance to be crowned best buggy over £300. Uppababy VistaOoh, we love the Uppababy. Even though it looks super posh with its luxurious carrycot lined with micro suede. The fact that the price includes carrycot, two raincovers, two spf50 sunshades, two insect nets and a maxi-cosi infant car seat adaptor, makes it super value. £599.99 Why the Uppababy Vista wowed in our reviews Phil & Teds VerveThe versatile verve can be used in seven different modes, is ultra-light to handle and compact to fold. £599.95 See why the Phil & Teds Verve scored so highly in our review iCandy PeachLoved by trendy mums, the Peach can be forward or rearward facing. The carrycot has a lie flat position and can have Maxi-Cosi Cabrio or Pebble attached. Buggy £595. Carrycot £195. iCandy Peach blossom twin review iCandy Peach or Pear? What's the difference? Continue slideshow > Graco SymbioHas a unique reversible handle which allows it to go from facing forward to facing you with one hand without disturbing your baby. Can be used as a pram, travel system or a pushchair. £349.99 Find out how mums rate the Graco Symbio Mothercare Spin Special editionOne hand spin mechanism allows you to bring you and your baby face to face. £535. Converts easily from pram to pushchair. £535 What our mum testers loved about the Mothercare spin What's so special about these swivelling buggies Emmaljunga Ozone CityNarrow and manoeuvrable - perfect for city streets. Can be used from birth with the city carrycot and as a travel system. £535 (£585 for Polar Performance collection). Why our mum testers think the Emmaljunga Ozone City is a beautiful buggy Norton PureSuitable from birth with a two way facing seat with all those added extras included in the price and a pneumatically sprung chassis for a really smooth ride. £450. 10 of the best forward and rearward facing buggies Continue slideshow > Stokke XploryAllows your baby to be raised up to your level in safety and security to help bonding and fits from birth to four years. £806. What our mum testers love about the Stokke Xplory's versatility Babystyle VisionThe vision is all about choice. Choose from two very different chassis styles: traditional or compact 3d fold. And it's all about value - all you have to pay extra for is a car seat to have everything you need until your little one is walking. From £629. What other mums love about the Babystyle Vision Bebecar Ip-op with convertible pushchair seatSleek design coupled with performance. Can be used from birth. £578. Find out why the Bebecar Ip-Op got cracking reviews when we tested it. Check out the best budget buggy buys Read reviews of all the best buggies By Daniella Delaney Comments Daily deals from top retailers Latest on MadeForMums Mamas & Papas issue urgent recall of multistage car seats Is 'papa' becoming the new 'dada'? These hipster parents reckon so The amazing story behind little Asher's first ever modelling job Kym Marsh: Why I think Cheryl's keeping mum on her 'pregnancy'