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CHOICE Expert Rating

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Our overall score combines performance (70%) and ease of use (30%). Our test is based on the latest voluntary Australian standard AS/NZS 2008:2013.

Recommended models meet all safety requirements. Some models in the 60-69% range are worth considering if they meet all key safety requirements but fail some minor points (such as finger entrapment hazards). Models we don’t recommend have at least one serious safety failure.

Performance score

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Our performance score is based on selected tests to the latest Australian standard, AS/NZS 2008:2013 which we think is better at targeting issues around stability and harness safety than the mandatory standard.

Overall ease of use score

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We rate seat recline functions, using the harness, loading/unloading the basket, using the brakes and manoevring. We fold/unfold the strollers, push them over rough terrain, up and down stairs and through doorways, and even see how well they fit into a car boot.

Ease of adjusting

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How easy it is to adjust the harness, buckles and seat/backrest positions.

Ease of loading/unloading basket

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An accessible bottom container at all seat positions will score well.

Ease of folding/unfolding and carrying

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We rate how easy it is to fold/unfold and carry the pram.

Ease of manoeuvring

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How easy the stroller is to push, pull and steer; we take it though doors, up and down stairs and over rough terrain.

Passed key safety tests

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Based on the Australian standard for strollers, AS/NZS 2088:2013. We check if the harness straps are safe; the child is securely restrained; folding mechanisms are safe and secure; and there are no possible entrapment points for heads, fingers or limbs. We also test the stability of the stroller and that the brakes work well.

Passed durability tests

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Durability tests are based on Australian standards. 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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We recommend models with an overall score of 70% and above that meet all safety requirements.


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Tested model – currently available. Discontinued model – no longer readily available in shops, but may be available second hand.

Discontinued model

Year tested

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We continually test strollers and add results to our database. We retest popular models after some years to make sure they’re still safe, or to check if manufacturers have made improvements.

Number of wheels


Backrest recline positions

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The number of recline positions for the seat’s backrest. ‘Variable’ means it is adjustable but has no fixed positions. ‘Not applicable’ means the backrest does not recline.


Seat recline positions

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The number of seat recline positions. ‘Not applicable’ means the seat as a whole does not recline (though it might have a reclining backrest).

Not applicable

Suitable for newborn

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Some models recline flat or come with a bassinet, so are ready to use from birth.


Maximum recommended weight of child (kg)

23 kg or 109 cm

Bottom basket capacity (kg)


Stroller weight (kg)

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Including supplied accessories, rounded to the nearest 0.1kg.


Height (cm)

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Maximum measurement when in use, rounded up to the next centimetre.


Width (cm)

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Maximum measurement when in use, rounded up to the next centimetre.


Length (cm)

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Maximum measurement when in use, rounded up to the next centimetre.



Reversible seat direction


Reversible handle


Front bar or tray


Front brakes


Rear brakes