We tested the UK's best changing bags to find the top five on the market. Are you on a budget? After a cool and stylish bag? Or maybe a bag that allows you to be super organised? Whatever you’re after, we've done weeks of testing to find the best changing bag for you.
The Noa changing bag is stylish, durable, and comes in a variety of colours and materials - plus, it's incredibly good value. With a padded changing mat, zipped pockets, and an insulated pocket for bottles, the Noa does everything you'd expect from a changing bag to a high standard.Read full review »
The Babymel Robyn is a versatile, multi-way bag with a minimalist design. Its shoulder strap can be converted to make a cross body bag, shoulder bag or backpack. It also has a wipe dispenser slot, making it easy to wipe clean mess.Read more »
PacaPod bags force you to be organised and ensure that even if you're usually chaotic, you have everything in the right place. Its machine washable compartments have room for all your baby essentials, and can even double up as a child's rucksack.Read more »
It's so simple and stylish, you won't mind using this bad boy even when baby isn't around - making the £120 price tag feel even better value. Complete with a changing mat, insulated bottle holders, a sizeable front pocket and a nappy bag so sleek you could take it on a night out, this backpack lets you carry everything you need hands free.Read more »
From car seats to feeding bottles, our testing process thoroughly puts products through their paces. Here's how we tested the UK's top changing bags to find the best of the best.Read more »
Whether you’re practical, stylish, or going backpacking during your maternity leave, taking a moment longer to find the right bag will pay dividends in the long run. If talk of stroller straps, buggy clips and wet bags has got you confused, you're in the right place.Read more »