For many of us, one of the primary factors affecting which pushchair we buy is our budget. If however, you are lucky enough to not have that worry, here is a list of ten budget blowing pushchairs for you to consider.
Joolz Geo - £799 mono, £999 duo, £1099 twin
The Geo is stylish and adaptable. Everything has been thoroughly considered, from the beautiful leather bumper bar, to the comfortable seat, which your child will love. Look out for our review, coming soon! We recently discovered that the Joolz Geo was the pushchair of choice for Harry and Izzy Judd.
The price tag may seem steep but the Company gives back too. With each pushchair registered with Joolz, they will plant a tree in their own forest in Colombia and all of the boxes can be recycled into day-to-day items like lampshades and chairs! You may have read about their new upcycled toy collection too
Mima Xari - £850
The Xari is a very distinctive looking pushchair, you will certainly stand out and make a statement with this one! Available in an aluminium, black or rose gold chassis, it's distinctive look will definitely have people looking.
What's more, holidays will also be made easier by the Xari's compact fold and the smooth ride will make walking down the high street or the beach front a breeze.
4moms Origami - £929
If you like your gadgets and futuristic innovations then look no further than the 4moms Origami.
With a power
fold which erects your pushchair with the push of a button, daylight lights and
an LCD screen, all powered by simply pushing the pushchair, the Origami is a
geeks dream! It even gives you the ability to charge your mobile on the go!
Stokke Trailz - £939
Stokke are renowned for their intuitive and beautiful Scandinavian design and the Trailz is certainly an eye catcher. You get what you pay for in size and weight. It is quite bulky, but it should easily fit the Range Rover when cruising around your estate.
Another thing you pay for with Stokke is quality and the Trailz certainly oozes it. From the box the Trailz comes in to the finer details on the wheels, they certainly invest a lot of time and money in producing a quality product. You can read what we think of the Trailz here.
Orbit Baby G3 - £989.80
The Orbit Baby G3 still remains quite rare in the UK. Only available from John Lewis or Orbit Baby themselves, it was quite the find for us last week at The Baby Show,, we just had to stop and look at it!
It has many celebrity fans including Jessica and Kim Kardashian, so you will certainly be in VIP company when purchasing this one.
But the G3 isn't just about exclusivity and celebrity following, it has a clever and somewhat different system, with the seat being able to swivel 360° on the frame making it easy to get your child in and out.
Bugaboo Cameleon3 Blend - £999
The Blend introduces a lining made from TENCEL, a man-made fibre which comes from Eucalyptus trees from sustainable forests. It also carries the European Eco label, so you will certainly impress others with your eco friendly purchase.
Bugaboo Donkey Duo - £1,199
Beautifully engineered and strong build quality, the Bugaboo Donkey Duo continues to be popular since its release nearly five years ago!
When you look at what you get for the price tag, it is easy to see why: 2 rain covers, side luggage basket and under seat basket are just 3 of the 12 items that come in the box.
Donkey is the perfect name for this pushchair. It is a workhorse that can carry so much and grows with your family. Well worth the price tag!
Cosatto Wonder - £1,500
Cosatto have built a reputation of making their pushchairs stand out from the crowd and the Wonder is no exception.
Available in three different designs these stand-out pushchairs have already proved hugely popular, with pre-orders being snapped up immediately. There are only 500 of each colourway being made...EVER, so you will have to be quick if you want one!
The Wonder may look like a traditional carriage pram, but it is more practical for parents, as it is a 3-in-1 travel system that flat folds and is designed to last into toddler years, making your investment go much further.
Silver Cross Surf Aston Martin Second Edition - £3,000
Not content with just the one collaboration with legendary car designer Aston Martin, Silver Cross produced yet another stunning pushchair in the form of this special second edition Surf.
This truly British alliance oozes luxury; featuring a tan leather handle, a lightweight pearlescent magnesium alloy chassis, and exclusive Aston Martin designed alloy wheels.
And if the £3,000 price tag isn't exclusive enough, each pushchair is individually numbered and comes with its own certificate and presentation pack!
Silver Cross Balmoral Rose Gold Edition - £40,000
No it's not a typo that really does say £40,000! Silver Cross has a long heritage and known for building world-class prams, fit for royalty and the Rose Gold edition tops them all.
The key elements of the pram are plated with 18-carat rose gold – painstakingly crafted by specialist craftsmen.
The grandeur continues with the hood, apron and handle which are crafted from the finest English leather, while the pram is line with Italian Alcantra fabrics.
So if you have a spare £40k lying around, why not treat yourself and your child to the gold standard in prams.
Which one would you chose if you had the cash? Let us know in the comments below.