Compare Reviews for Toys and Children's Products
Parents of infants and young children have a wide variety of options when it comes to toys and accessories. Any product intended for small children must pass rigorous health and safety tests, but only fellow parents can tell you if they think the toy or product is really effective.
Before you invest in a toy or accessory for your baby, or as a gift for someone else, it’s wise to see what kind of experience others have had with it or tend to have with a particular brand. Babies and young children are unpredictable, so customer service is important if you need to make a return or exchange.
Top 20 Best Rated Children's Toys
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Maclaren revolutionized strollers in 1965 with the Baby Buggy®, which was the first stroller to collapse like an umbrella. Current models are still easy to fold and come in a range of colors and styles. Prices start at $150.
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Cosco strollers are designed to be simple to use while still having all the major features parents and caregivers need out of a stroller. They sell travel systems and umbrella strollers, starting at $19.
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With roots going back to 1920, Evenflo manufactures durable gear for infants and children. Their stroller lineup includes jogging strollers and easy-fold strollers that are ideal for families on the go. Prices start at $99.
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Baby Trend is an Ontario-based baby product manufacturer. It has won many awards for its strollers, including the Sit-n-Stand and Snap-N-Go. Its single, double and three-wheel strollers range from around $45 to $170.
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