5 of The Best Travel Systems at the moment | Kids

Travel SystemGetting around with a new baby can be a bit of a pain. Especially for those first few months when your main focus is baby. There is a multitude of options when it comes to choosing a travel system to help you and your baby get around more easily. All in one travel systems such as Icklebubba make life easy by offering so much in one package.
A good travel system strikes a balance between space to hold the baby, bags of shopping and other essentials, with the need to be easily collapsible and transportable.

Push Me Fusion, Red Kite

Designed for use from birth, the Push Me Fusion features an easy to convert seat unit and a front wheel swivels. The wheels lock into place to avoid unwanted movement, keeping baby safe. To top it off, the Fusion also comes with a carrycot option for young babies.

To & Fro Travel System, Cosatto

This pushchair is an excellent choice for the more fashion-conscious mum who wants something with a little design flair to go with its functionality.
The waterproof canvas hood is lightweight and weather resistant, making it the perfect pushchair to use when the weather is gloomy.
The To & Fro is also a face-to-face pushchair, meaning that the baby faces the mother while the pushchair is being used.


Reflex, Silver Cross

Silver Cross is best known for their large carriages. The Reflex breaks this trend and offers the same build quality in a more compact design.
This stroller is suitable for use from birth and converts into a bassinet if purchased with an optional birth pack.

Stomp V3 All-In-One Travel System

The Stomp V3 was created for both infants and toddlers. It offers one of the most comfortable carriages available. It converts into a carrycot, which is then used to carry babies aged six-months to three-years.
The Stomp converts into a car seat and is available in a wide array of different fabric and colour options. It’s a highly customisable travel system.
Safety is a paramount concern for any product you buy for your baby, therefore theĀ  Stomp features the usual safety features you would expect, including lockable wheels, front and rear suspension, an easy to reach foot brake, and a five-point safety harness to keep the child held safely in place.

Xari, Mima

The Xari represents one of the more luxurious pushchair options. Elegant well built, the Xari, will last a long time. Especially, when subjected to the typical day to day stresses one would expect it to undergo. The pod-shaped seat adjusts and conceals a zip-in carrycot.

Conclusion

Luckily nowadays, there are seemingly endless options for new mums looking for a travel system. It’s important to think about what will suit your lifestyle. Does it need to be light and small so you can get it up and down stairs? Will it fit in your boot?

Love Lilla xx
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