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Last updated: 18 February 2022


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We lab test and review the latest double prams and strollers – side-by-side and tandem models, plus single-seat strollers with an add-on toddler seat – to help you find the best for you and your babies. 

Our tests often go above and beyond the minimum safety requirements set by standards and regulations, so we only recommend a few of the strollers we review. Our results will tell you why, so you can decide if any are still worth considering. How we test prams and strollers explains our rigorous safety testing in more depth.

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Our expert testers give every stroller a thorough workout to help find the models that:

  • pass key safety tests
  • are the most durable
  • are the easiest to use.

Our interactive comparison tool helps you find out which models meet the latest Australian standard, as well as important specifications like weight and dimensions. Our Recommended list will help you quickly see which models come out on top. Our expert testers also give you key points about each product, both good and bad.

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    • Seat and pram bassinet – a main seat and additional bassinet for a newborn.
    • Side by side – two seats next to each other.
    • Tandem – one seat in front of the other.
    • Single + toddler seat – a single-seat stroller with additional toddler seat attached at front or rear.

      Passed key safety tests

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      Our test is based on the Australian standard for strollers, AS/NZS 2088:2013. We carry out various tests, including checking that the harness straps are adjustable and of adequate length; the child is securely restrained; folding mechanisms are safe and secure; and there are no sharp edges or possible entrapment points for fingers or limbs. We also test the stability of the stroller and that the brakes work well.

        Ease of use score

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        The ease of use score is our assessment of the seat recline functions, using the harness, and various activities such as loading and unloading the basket, using the brakes and locking the front wheel. Our testers fold and unfold the strollers, push them over rough terrain, up and down stairs and through doorways, and even assess how easily they fit into the boot of a family car.

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        Performance score

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        Our performance score is based on selected tests to AS/NZS 2008:2013. Models that pass all tests score 100 for performance; models with very minor failures score 80; models with other failures score 65 or less, depending on the severity of the failures. We test to the mandatory standard from 2000 too, but our recommendations are based on the latest voluntary standard which we believe is better at targeting issues around stability and harness safety.

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        Stroller weight (kg)

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        Stroller weight in kilograms including supplied accessories, rounded to the nearest 0.1kg.

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        Passed durability tests

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        Durability tests are based on Australian standard for strollers, AS/NZS 2088:2013. Our testers put the strollers on our 'rolling road' rig for 64 hours at a speed of 5km/h. All the strollers are also attached to a machine that continuously simulates the action of mounting a kerb. These tests show whether anything breaks, falls off or stops working properly after regular use.

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          • Passed durability tests
          • Reclining seats or backrests
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          • Price
          • Year tested
          • Number of wheels
          • Reversible handle
          • Reversible seat direction
          • Height adjustable handle
          • Seats suitable for newborn
          • Front bar or tray
          • Rear brakes
          • Maximum recommended weight of each child (kg)
          • Bottom basket capacity (kg)
          • Stroller weight (kg)
          • Width (cm)
          • Height (cm)
          • Depth (cm)


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