Don’t have a spending limit? These pushchairs are ideal
More lust-haves than must-haves, some of these pushchairs are worth more than a secondhand car. They’re perfect for celebrities, models and any of you with a six-figure pay packet. (If you’re a parent on a tight budget, check out our pick of the best cheapest travel system on the market).
When it comes to high-end pushchairs, expect to spend at least £900 on the chassis and seat unit. Add in designer prints, signatures or extra frills and you’re heading into the multi-thousands. In fact, the total price of these 10 buggies comes to over £60,000.
Stokke Trailz, £1383
Stokke has quickly established itself as a pushchair superbrand in the UK since its first pram launch back in 2003. The buggy of choice for celebs such as Alesha Dixon and Tina Fey, it is known for its contemporary Scandinavian style.
Stokke and has a fleet of prams in its collection, the cheapest of which is the compact Scoot, priced at £529. The most expensive is the newest – the Trails.
An all-terrain pram, it starts off at £919 for the frame and seat unit. Once you’ve added on the extras like the sheepskin lining, sleeping bag and Winter Kit you’ll be looking to pay around £1383.
We’ve got the full review of the Trailz right here
You can buy the Trailz on the Stokke website.
Silver Cross Kensington, £1250
A classic style pram from iconic British buggy maker Silver Cross, the Kensington is handmade in Yorkshire, features a detachable, hard-bottomed baby carriage and polished chrome chassis. This means that you can fold down the chassis – but we reckon it will need a rather big car boot to transport it.
The Kensington will whisk you back to the Edwardian days when large white wheels and traditional white, pique Broderie Anglaise trimmed sun canopies were all the rage.
It may even have you singing a few Mary Poppins songs on your walks through the park.
We’ve also broken down everything you need to know about Silver Cross pushchairs here.
You can buy the Silver Cross Kensington here.
Bugaboo Donkey Niark1 Collection, £1319.80
Dutch buggy maker Bugaboo, whose mission is “to excite everyone on the move”, do special limited edition pushchairs every year. The newest collection features colourful and playful prints that have been designed by French graphic artist Niark1 (aka Sébastien Féraut) who has brought his signature monsters to life.
The most expensive is the Bugaboo Donkey, giving you a head-turning mobile experience.
iCandy Peach London, £1500
A limited edition version of the much-adored iCandy classic pushchair, the Peach London is a fashionable monochrome homage to our Capital city.
Coming complete with all the classic iCandy Peach features, such as the one-hand fold mechanism, freestanding folded chassis and two-year warranty, this pushchair is iCandy at its most stylish.
Read the full iCandy Peach review.
You can buy the iCandy Peach on the iCandy website.