They drew up a list of the top 10 most useful and top 10 least useful from the results, and calculated the total cost of the bottom 10 using prices from Mothercare - a total of £340.
“New parents are often bombarded by retailers offering products designed to make their lives easier,” said Richard Headland, editor of Which? magazine.
“But, as other parents have told us, some are genuinely essential and others you can certainly live without – and save a small fortune along the way.”
The results of the survey found, according to parents:
Top 10 least useful products for new babies:
Door baby bouncer
Baby washing (top and tail) bowls
Disposable nappy bin
Breast pump (manual)
Fabric sling/Standard baby carrier
Top 10 most useful products:
Baby change bag
Electric steam steriliser kit
Baby monitor (audio)
Baby monitor (video)
Digital ear thermometer
Microwave steam steriliser kit
Baby sleeping bag
Baby bouncer/Rocker chairs
Do you agree or disagree with where any of the products appear in these lists? Or have any others to add? Let us know in the comments below.