Best Buys Reviews & shopping Travel item On the go couldn’t be easier with our mum tested travel goodies 1 of Ad break Need to know the best travel item for tots on the move? Our mums have got the answersGet on the go this year with our round up of travel essentials for babies and toddlers to make life that little bit easier. Finalist: TotseatThe perfect portable high chair, this handy piece of fabric fits over the back of a chair to provide a secure highchair for your little one. £22Read the review. Finalist: Dusky Moon Dream TubesGreat for sleeping in a new bed, these inflatable tubes turn any single bed into a safe, cosy place for your tot to nod off in. £40Read the review. Finalist: NScessity Sun Essentials Travel CentreIdeal for a nap on the go, this is one all-in-one travel centre that does exactly what it says on the tin, and folds up out of the way to boot. £69.99 Continue slideshow > Finalist: Samsonite Sun & Sleep Pop-Up Bubble CotAt just three kilos in weight and half a metre long when folded, this pop up cot is ideal for travel and sorting out of view. £74.99Read the review. Finalist: MAM PodKeep your soothers clean and stylish with these funky soother holders from MAM. Available in tonnes of colours there’s one for every tot on the go. £4.88 Bronze: Magmatic Ltd YondiKeep little heads and necks fully supported when sleeping with neck hugging paws connecting underneath the chin to create a secure neck rest.£11.99 Silver: Lindam Microwave Steriliser BagsThese handy bags sterilise in three minutes, with each bag holding up to two standard feeding bottles with accessories.£4.99 for 3 Continue slideshow > Gold: Koo-di Pack-it Sun & Sleep CoverThe Pack-it! pouch turns into a handy buggy sunshield so it’s fab for on-the-go and can be used for nap time too.£14.99 By Liz Stansfield Comments Latest on MadeForMums This hero rescue dog just saved a 3-year-old girl's life Dan Osborne hits back after being slammed for giving 2-year-old Ella a bottle The lengths one mum went to for her baby's Take That birth date 30% of breastfeeding mums stop after the first 8 weeks - is this why?