10 Best Prams 2023 Edition

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10 Best Prams 2023 Edition

10 Best Prams 2023 Edition


I’m a new mum and I’m looking for a pram that I can use as long as I possibly can (because prams can be expensive!). With the pandemic, I’d like to shop online, I’d like a pram that is both pretty and practical and best of all – I want value for money! But that goes without saying, I’m not willing to compromise safety at all. Prams are essential to go on with this new normal with the utmost comfort.

There are so many brands offering quality prams. You only want the best for your babies, we all know that. But also take note of what’s best for you.

Here’s our list of the best prams to date.

List of The Best Prams 2023

10 Best Prams in Australia Under 2020 Edition | Stay at Home Mum

1. The UPPAbaby Vista V2 With Bassinet Metro Baby


  • Type of pram: 4-wheel pram
  • Suitable Age: Newborn to 22kg
  • Weight: 12.3 kg
  • RRP:  $2099.00 (but is currently on sale at Metro Baby for $1749)
  • Stockist: Metro Baby

This pram was made to be ultimately practical. With a reversible seat, an extendable canopy that allows for additional sun protection, adjustable handlebar.

You can also attach a piggyback ride-along for little kids!

2. The Bugaboo Butterfly Travel Pram


This is one sexy pram! The Bugaboo Butterfly Travel Pram makes parenting look sleek with its modern colour and styling.

  • Type of pram: 4-wheel pram
  • Suitable Age: 0+ months to 4yo
  • Comes in three colours: Black/Forest Green (pictured), Black/Midnight and Black/Stormy Blue
  • One-Lift Fold
  • Weight: 7.3kg
  • Underseat Basket


4. Britax Flexx


Let me just flex Britax Flexx a little. It has that extra X factor! It’s a compact and lightweight stroller that’s complete with a bassinette. You can even recline it to four different positions. Its soft leatherette handle and armbar make your baby more accessible to your reach. For safety, all it takes is one push and the brake is locked. Britax Flexx is a pram made for mums and dads who want a smooth stroll with their babies.

  • Type of pram: 4-wheel pram
  • Suitable Age: 0+ months to 5yo
  • Weight: 12 kg

Online Stockists:

6. Steelcraft Savvi 30172


A savvy mum knows value for money! Steelcraft Savvi is your pick. It’s packed with features you’re looking for in a pram and it comes with an amazing price. You can convert the seat into a lay-flat bassinet. Its definitely travel friendly with a quick folding system. It’s complete with boot cover, harness pads and rain cover. Get your checklist for a good pram and you’ll find what you’re looking for in Steelcraft Savvi.

  • Type of pram: 4-wheel pram
  • Suitable Age: 0+ months to 5yo
  • Weight: 9 kg

Online Stockists:

7. Bugaboo Fox 2


There are horror stories but parenthood can be fun! You can make it fun with Bugaboo Fox! Wherever you want to go with your baby, you can take Bugaboo Fox 2 with you. Its a pram carefully designed for tiny nooks and traffic. It has a one of a kind wheel design that makes navigating tight spaces easy. It also has power steering so moving around is a breeze for you. And with Bugaboo Fox’s premium fabrics and padding, the baby will be super comfortable.

  • Type of pram: 4-wheel pram
  • Suitable Age: 0+ months to 5yo
  • Weight: 9.8 kg

Online Stockists:

Bugaboo Fox 2 seat and bassinet pram | Stay at Home Mum

8. Bugaboo Lynx


Chores don’t stop when you’re a parent. You still need to pay the bills, go to the grocery, get coffee and all our other routines that means taking our babies with us. Whatever your needs are, Bugaboo Lynx is customisable to fit those needs. It also has enough accessories to match. Its one-handed push feature makes it easier to go through these chores and makes it the perfect pram for negotiating a crowd or potholes on the side of the road. The wheels are puncture-proof so you can take the Bugaboo Lynx on the rockiest of gravel roads without worrying you will ruin the tyres.

The Bugaboo Lynx has an extra-large sun canopy making it perfect for walking your baby in the Australian sun, a reclinable seat with three different reclining positions, a height-adjustable handlebar and reversible seat (so baby can face or, or the world).

  • Type of pram: 4-wheel pram
  • Suitable Age: 0+ months to 5yo (23kg)
  • Weight: 9.4 kg
  • Reversible handles
  • Comes in black on black, black with grey melange, Aluminium/Grey Melange and Black.
  • Comes with a Bassinet
  • RRP: $1299

Online Stockists:

Bugaboo Lynx seat and bassinet Pram | Stay at Home Mum

9. Maxi-Cosi Zelia


Maxi-Cosi Zelia is a great pram for practical parents. It can be used until your kid is four years old! It’s a compact urban stroller and baby pram. It comes with features that makes you comfortable in carrying or strolling your baby with. Heads up, the car seat is sold separately.

  • Type of pram: 4-wheel pram
  • Suitable Age: 0+ months to 4yo

Online Stockists:

  • Catch $499.00
  • Bubs N Grubs Baby Store $447.00
  • Baby Barn Discount $455.00
  • Baby Co $469.00
Maxi Cosi Zelia Nomad Grey Front Angle | Stay at Home Mum

10. Phil & Teds Go Buggy


Ready, set, Phil & Teds Go! Phil & Teds Go is THE pram for the on-the-go parents! At only 5kg, it’s very light and compact for the city parents. Guess what, it’s also an umbrella stroller for travels and everyday walks. With its size it’s a breeze to pop it in and out of the car.

  • Type of pram: 4-wheel pram
  • Suitable Age: 0+ months
  • Weight: 5 kg

Online Stockists:

  • Baby Barn Discounts $299.00
  • Baby Village $399.00

Which pram suits you? If you’re a new mum or you have kids and you know what you want in a pram, we hope our list helped in you in choosing which best pram in Australia to buy this time around. Being a parent definitely isn’t a walk in the park, but you can walk in the park and have fun with your baby with the right pram!

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