Best Buys Reviews & shopping Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine Awards 2011/2012 Best lightweight buggies 1 of Ad break Looking for the best buggy to take on holidays, or just need something light for everyday. Find out which are the best buggies in this category Maxi-Cosi NoaIs so lightweight, even a child can push is along and is suitable for babies from just 3 months old. £150. Very new to the market. Check out our sneak preview. In the market for something more everyday? Check out the best buggies under £300 and the best buggies over £300. Mothecare Nulo StrollerSuitable from birth with a multi position seat, adjustable calf support and funky reflective trims for nighttime visibility. £89.99 Check out the other hottest new lightweight buggies Silvercross Zest VogueThe lightweight sister of the popular Silvercross Pop, pefect for everyday store trips and holidays. £120. Find out why other mums love the Silvercross Zest. Continue slideshow > Kiddicare Baby Weavers Citi PushchairJust 7kg and with all the features you'd expect from a lightweight plus numerous added extras...co-ordinating footmuff, changing bag and rain cover to name a few. All for £99.99. Maclaren QuestA best selling, multi award-winning buggy and a favourite of parents around the world. £155. Read the review of the funky Maclaren Quest Sport, or check out what mums thought of the Maclaren Quest Mod Maclaren GlobetrotterSuitable from 6 months old and boasting Maclaren's one-hand, five second fold. This is a great buggy for getting out and about with your baby. £100 10 of the best buggies for under £150 Cosatto Yo!The substantial but lightweight stroller with trademark Cosatto quirkiness, funky design and user friendly features. £165. What mums love about the funky Cosatto Yo! By Daniella Delaney Comments Daily deals from top retailers Latest on MadeForMums Chrissy Tiegen gets mum-shamed for how she's holding baby daughter Luna 7-month's pregnant mum asked to PROVE she was expecting by rail staff Benedict Cumberbatch and Sophie Hunter are having baby no 2 Would you use this breastfeeding emoji?