Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine Awards 2011/2012 Best travel system over £500

Looking for the best of the best when it comes to travel systems. These babies have got everything you could wish for in the upper price bracket. Go one, treat yourself!

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  • These best of the best travel systems are for those who appreciate the finer things in life for their baby - and have the budget to pay for them. From iCandy to Silvercross, find out the best travel systems over £500 competing for a coveted Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine award.

  • Jane Trider Matrix Travel System

    New from Jane with large wheels designed to suit any surface and has a car seat that offers your baby the option of sitting up or lying flat in the car. £664.99. Read a review of the Jane Rider Matrix Light

  • Maxi-Cosi Elea and Pebble

     Maxi-Cosi Elea and Pebble, two top quality products (Elea pushchair and Pebble car seat) from Dorel that form a state of the art travel system. £550. Read a review of the Maxi-Cosi Elea

  • Babyzen by Recaro

    The Recaro Babyzen is lightweight and compact enough to fit into a Mini or Fiat 500 when folded and easy to fold. £895 including carry cot and car seat.

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  • Mountain Buggy Swift

    The Mountain Buggy Swift is loved for its ultra slim frame with small, nifty wheels (perfect for city streets and shops) and it's lightweight but strong build. £571 (including carrycot and Maxi-Cosi cabrio fix travel system). Find out why the Swift is one of 2011's hottest buggies

  • iCandy Cherry

    The iCandy Cherry is the multi-mode travel system from the company who brought us the popular iCandy Peach and iCandy Pear and this travel system is more affordable than you might think. Complete package including Maxi-Cosi Car Seat £630. Find out what mums thought of the iCandy Cherry in our review.

  • Silver Cross Surf and Ventura Car Seat

    The clue's in the name - the Silver Cross Surf has been based on mountain bike technology to actually 'surf' over terrain. Oh and as it's all about the ride it comes with babynest - a cream, fleecy, padded environment for your newborn to relax in. £615 including car seat. But don't just take our word for it - read the Silver Cross Surf revew.

  • Mothercare Spin Special Edition with Maxi-Cosi Cabriofix and adaptors

    The one hand spin mechanism on this special edition travel system from Mothercare allows you to bring you and your baby face to face. £689.99. Read a review of the Mothercare Spin

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  • Concord Neo Mobility-Set

    Three components make up this flexible travel system. Carrycot, buggy and travel system have all been designed to prepare parents for every activity- whether that's by foot, by car or at home. £849.99. Find out how the Concord Neo fared when mums tested it.

  • Norton Storm Limited Edition

    The Norton Limited Edition is travel system engineering at its best, including a two-way facing seat unit, plus super comfy chassis, low profile tyres, limited edition wheels and luxurious fabrics. £675.

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  • Joolz Day travel System

    The Joolz Day travel System is Dutch engineering at its best. Comfy for mum thanks for a high seat and cot position and four-wheel suspension dad will love. Aged from 0 to 4 years. £649.

  • Britax B-SMART with BABY-SAFE plus SHR II & ISOFIX Base

    The Britax B-SMART with BABY-SAFE plus SHR II & ISOFIX Base uses a one-step click and go system to allow the infant carrier and pushchair seat to be interchanged quickly and easily. £569.97

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