Our reviews and buying guides:
We’re here to help you make the best buying decision for you. Our reviews are without fear or favour and are unbiased and independent. We want you to buy the best pram or stroller for you.
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Some of our recent articles include:
- Baby Prams and Strollers – Buying Help
- Babybee Comet Review
- Joolz Limited Edition Geo Ridge Pram Review
- Redsbaby Metro Review – 1
- Redsbaby Metro Review – 2
- Redsbaby Jive Review
- Thule Urban Glide
Our mission is to be fair, balanced and impartial. We are fiercely proud of this and are here to help you find the best pram for you and your particular circumstances.
Safety must come first when buying your pram!
Never forget that a pram’s first (and really only true) function is to transport your most precious of cargo safely from A to B. Everything else pales into insignificance.
Mandatory standards for prams and strollers in Australia and New Zealand came into effect from July 1 2008. These mandatory standards are world leading and incorporate product performance, design, construction and testing (AS/NZS 2088:2000).
Consumer Advocacy – Choice Reviews
Choice regularly reviews of hundreds of prams from the base models up to the all-singing-and-dancing, top-of-the-line models. For the December 2020 edition, the prams ranged in price from $169 to $1,799.
Choice reviews have a primary focus on safety, durability and ease of use. In total sixteen prams or strollers received the coveted Choice ‘Recommended‘ stamp of approval and we have highlighted them in this article.