Best Travel Systems

We put the UK’s top travel systems through their paces, and after weeks of exhaustive testing have narrowed them down to our five best picks. Here are our reviews of our favourite travel systems currently on the market.

Best Travel System 2018

Bugaboo Cameleon3

Packed with handy features including a lightweight chassis, a huge shopping basket, and everything in between – the Cameleon3 more than lives up to Bugaboo’s design credentials. We loved the style and quality of the design, and the detailed personalisation options which mean you can really make it your own. We were also impressed by how easy it was to use, from switching between the car seat travel mode and carrycot to folding down with one hand. As travel systems go, the Cameleon3 pretty much has it all.

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Best Travel System for City Living 2018

Bugaboo Bee5

If you live in a city, or spend most of your time in town, you’ll be looking for a travel system which is compact, lightweight and easy to manoeuvre. Enter the Bugaboo Bee5. The Bee5 nips around tight corners and down narrow bus lanes with ease, and folds with the seat attached, fitting into even the smallest of car boots.

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Best Single to Double Travel System 2018

iCandy Orange

iCandy advertise this travel system as “absolutely futureproof” – and it's a claim that definitely holds up. The Orange has an incredible 30 different seat configurations – so there is always going to be one that works for you. The frame is sturdy but lightweight, each attachment clicks into place easily, and the folding mechanism is smooth and simple. Job done.

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Best Budget Travel System 2018

Joie Chrome DLX

For under £300 (£490 with the carrycot and car seat), the Chrome DLX is a steal. It’s not the flashiest of designs, but for under £500 it’s pretty damn good.

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Best All-Terrain Travel System 2018

Mountain Buggy Swift

If you love the great outdoors – or even if you don't but you need a travel system that does – an all-terrain buggy will be the gift that keeps on giving

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First Look Review

Bugaboo Fox

Bugaboo's announced a new arrival: the Bugaboo Fox. Will it offer parents complete flexibility while delivering the usual tip-top design standards as the company claims? We've taken it for a twirl around for a first look.

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First Look (Sponsored by Thule)

Thule Urban Glide 2

Thule's new update to the Urban Glide is designed to allow parents to move seamlessly from countryside running to day-to-day city life. But can it compromise enough to be a realistic city option? Our keen team of MNHQ parents put it to the test.

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How we test

After lots of research, we handpicked 11 of the top travel systems on the market, collating the models most frequently searched for and most highly rated both on Mumsnet and across the web

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Buyer's Guide

Everything you need to know when buying a travel system

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