The winners of the pushchair award are unveiled…

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  • The top pushchairs for 2010

    Every mum needs a pushchair she can trust, but with so many on offer it can all become a bit of a minefield. Our mums tell you what they rate most…

  • Finalist: Petite Star Kurvi3

    Kurvi morphs from a gorgeous pram for a newborn into a fully reversible stroller for a growing baby without the need for a separate carrycot. £299.99

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  • Finalist: Micralite Toro

    The Toro has a single-handed folding mechanism and can be comfortably pushed with one hand. Manoeuvrability is easy too with swivelling front wheels. £275

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  • Finalist: Cosatto Cabi 3 in 1 Combi

    This is a great package that will see you from birth to toddlerhood and the easily interchangeable three modes (car seat, pram and pushchair) click simply into place. £360

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  • Finalist: Stokke Xplory

    With a unique and innovative style, this pushchair enables you to elevate your child to be closer to you. This also means you can use it as a highchair when you’re out and about. £682

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  • Bronze Award: Maclaren Techno XT

    Suitable from birth this pushchair is lightweight, has a great sporty look and comes with a head hugger and shoulder pads. £195

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  • Silver Award: Babystyle Oyster

    This is easy to fold, has a roomy shopping basket, stylish design, excellent built-in extending sun canopy and UV/mosquito net. £249

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  • Gold Award: Jané Energy

    With a wide and deep seat, this is a pushchair that’s comfy for babies and toddlers, as well as being easy to put up and down. £119.99

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