Baby Stroller Comparison
If you thought buying a car was hard, try choosing a buggy or a stroller. The best ones are amazing to use and comes with features you won’t know you need.
Firstly, there’s the classic lie-flat newborn pram. It’s believed that newborns need to lie flat in a pram to help with lung development, breathing, and spinal development. A pram is very different in that respect to an upright pushchair or stroller, but lots of the best and most adaptable prams and pushchairs have a 2-in-1 system that can be converted into a reclining seat for toddlers at a later date.
Many popular buggy brands range from the Silver Cross strollers, Cosatto strollers, Joie Strollers, Maclaren strollers to the Bugaboo prams and strollers.
The stroller comparison chart can be sorted alphabetically by brand, but you can sort as needed by clicking the arrows in the top row.
A good lightweight stroller or buggy will be light to move around and a breeze to manoeuvre. Often they are also relatively simple to fold down and easier to store away when space indoors is at a premium.
When deciding on what buggy or pram is right for you, it’s important to think about your lifestyle, storage and mobility.
Whether to buy a forward facing pram or a parent facing one will usually depend on a number of factors. Most important will be the age of your little one.
Some research that a forward–facing pram helps keep you and your baby connected, encouraging more parent–baby interaction. It also helps you monitor your baby at close quarters in the most convenient manner.
A parent facing stroller can also be physically safer for your baby while keeping your mind at rest because you can keep a close eye on your little one. Research also indicates that if the baby is facing you, you are twice as likely to talk as when your baby is facing away from you. Furthermore, when adults talk, babies communicate too.
Baby Stroller Dimensions
The front to back length of the baby stroller in centimetres. It is handy to note that all measurements are usually taken with the seat in its most upright position.
When reclined, the seat will take up more space in the car, especially in seats with a tall height measurement.