Best Lightweight Buggy/Stroller

Best Lightweight Buggy/Stroller

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Cheerio is the most compact Chicco auto-folding stroller, homologated from birth till 15 kg. Extremely compact and easy to use, thanks to its one-touch folding mechanism it turns to be the perfect solution for parents that look for both functionality and compactness.


The City Tour 2 folds small for big adventures.


Suitable from newborn to toddler, Clic is the essential, everyday stroller that's packed full of practical features to make your daily strolls a walk in the park.


The Joie Tourist Stroller is a quality, lightweight stroller which you can pack away in a quick one-hand fast fold action, making any trip out with your little one effortless.

This fully-featured compact pushchair is perfect for city living or jet-setting travellers. TRIV™ is cleverly designed with a seat that can face both ways and fold both ways, and can easily convert to a travel system.

With one of the smallest folds in the world, the Libelle buggy folds into a genius space-saving package that’s hand luggage compliant and easy to store in planes, trains or cars.

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