Bebe Style Car Seat, Convertible, Group 1 2 3, 9-36 kg, 9 Months to 12 Years, Combination Booster & Child Seat, with ECE R44/04 Certification, Red
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Pros: High safety rating, 4-layer side impact protection, removable sections for growing babies, breathable bamboo fabric
child car seats advice guides - Which? Baby and child car seats advice guides - Which?
You don't have permission to access "http://www.argos.co.uk/browse/baby-and-nursery/travel/car-seats/c:29053/brands:joie/" on this server. There are two ways in which you can install your newborn car seat: with an ISOFIX base or with your car’s seatbelt. At Maxi-Cosi, we always recommend using an ISOFIX base to install your baby car seat. It minimises the risk of incorrect installation and provides a solid connection to your car. Don’t worry if you don’t have ISOFIX anchors in your car, installation with a belt is just as safe if you follow the instructions included in the manual. A Group 0 – suitable from birth to 10kg (around 12 months) – these are usually lie-flat carrycot options that combine with a buggy or pushchair chassis to form a travel systemIf you're looking for a swivel baby car seat – that's a car seat with a rotating base – you'll be pleased to know there are now more models than ever that have this feature. A Group 0+ – suitable from birth to 13kg (around 18 months-2 years) – these can usually combine with a buggy to form a travel system and are also known as infant carriers Once your child no longer needs their car seat, you may struggle to know what to do with it. Some choose to hold onto it for a second child, others may give to a family member and some might throw it away.
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Our advice would be to look out for a modular system – one that uses a base which is also compatible with a rear-facing baby car seat and then a rear-facing toddler seat. Fitting advice for carrycot car seats Make a note of your child's weight and height, as this will determine what seat you’ll need to buy. Record the weight in imperial and metric units – people often use pounds and ounces, but car seats are approved for weight groups in kg. Noting down your child's weight in both units will prevent mistakes when converting from one to another. Measure their height in centimetres. Car seats are designed to protect a child's most vulnerable areas at each stage of their development.
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Some seatbelts aren't long enough to go around a rearward-facing infant carrier (Group 0+ car seat). You can sometimes avoid this by using Isofix connectors (if your car and seat have them) to attach the seat. Underfloor storage compartments If you have a child under the age of three, some experts feel the best option is to sit the child next to you on their own seat (if they're able to) or use your own car seat.
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Our experts help you make sense of the jargon around child car seats from Isofix and i-Size to booster seats and car seat bases and find the perfect car seat for your little one.Our experts agree that the safest way to transport babies is in a rearward-facing infant car seat. A good one will help protect your baby in both frontal and side-impact crashes. You don't have permission to access "http://www.argos.co.uk/browse/baby-and-nursery/travel/car-seats/c:29053/" on this server.