All Terrain Pushchairs

Are you looking for a stylish and versatile all terrain pushchair? Look no further than our extensive range of all-terrain pushchairs from brands we love like Joolz, BABYZEN, Bugaboo, CYBEX and more. With models that can be used from birth, you’re sure to find the perfect all terrain pushchair to meet your needs.
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    All Terrain Pushchairs FAQs

    Buying a pushchair is a big decision for any family and we want to help support you at such an important time of your lives. Each and every pushchair is unique to every parent to be and their needs, whether it is tackling a busy city life or trekking through the countryside on your daily adventures we have a range of award-winning pushchairs to provide you with confidence and we only stock the brands we love and trust. We understand the importance of choosing the right pushchair for your lifestyle so take a look at our Pushchairs buying guide to help you with your decision: https://journal.naturalbabyshower.co.uk/pushchair-buying-guide/pushchairs-explained
     

    All prams and pushchairs should have a safety label to show that they comply with the relevant British Standards of safety requirements and test methods for wheeled child conveyances - BS EN 1888: 2012 or BS EN 1888: 2003. Every pushchair we stock meets these standards.

    This totally depends on you and what your budget allows. The market is extremely varied and has lots of options for any type of budget. Prices vary from anything around £300 to over £1,500. But the most important thing is to think about your lifestyle, what you are going to use the pushchair for and your families needs to find the perfect one for you that is worth the money you are spending.

    These terms do get interchanged a lot and can be a little confusing. Generally, a pram has a fixed parent facing carrycot and is designed for newborns up to around six months old. For this reason, prams don't offer much versatility or longevity. Whereas pushchairs are adaptable and can accommodate newborns and older infants often having carrycot and seat unit options. These give parents the full solution and can be used for many years. A stroller tends to refer to the lightweight and compact frames designed for travelling.

    At around 6 months old. Signs to look out for include, when your baby can sit up unaided, when they are able to control their head/neck movements and can fit comfortably within the seat unit safety harness.

    A stroller is a type of pushchair that is much lighter and is easier to fold. Strollers are perfect for parents living in urban areas and need convenience for city living. Strollers are great for families who spend the majority of time outdoors but need a pushchair that is easy to transport and compact enough to store. Strollers are often purchased for little ones over the age of 6 months and can also be used throughout their toddler years too.

    You will need to make sure your car seat is compatible with your compact stroller and vice versa you may need car seat adapters. Do note that not all infant car seats fit on a stroller. If you intend to use a car seat always do your research to check compatibility or buy a travel system pushchair already bundled together. Remember, it is not recommended to keep a baby in the car seat for prolonged periods of time.

    Many brands advertise their strollers from birth, as they have lie-flat seats. However, some seat units are not completely flat so you may feel they’re not suitable for your newborn or baby, so it’s best to check to see exactly how flat the seat unit is and if you’d like to use it from birth. It’s worth remembering that buying a compatible carrycot will offer the ideal lie-flat position for babies.

    There has been significant interest in lightweight strollers over the past few years. A lightweight stroller, which provides an easy-to-use solution for everyday usage with older babies and toddlers who have outgrown their pushchair/carrycot, was formerly often a secondary purchase following a newborn pushchair or travel system. However, there are now a lot of fantastic lightweight models that can be used from birth, giving parents the choice to choose a lightweight model from the beginning. Most strollers do not weigh more than 7kg with the seat attached, and they are typically lightweight and fold small for storage, whether it be in your home, or on public transportation.

    The age where you will need to stop using you stroller will depend on the brand and model. While there isn't a set age where little ones can use a stroller until, little ones tend to transition out of strollers around 4 years old.

    Most strollers offer a bassinet or lie-flat mode which allows you to use with your newborn, right from day one. These strollers can interchange on the chassis to accomodate a bassinet, carrycot or newborn cocoon to make your newborn more secure with a firm yet flat surface. Other stroller model, commonly travel strollers feature seat units only making them suitable for little ones who have some neck control or can sit unsupported, which usually happens around 6 months old.