Are you just paying for the looks of The Maxi Cosi Mico Max 30? Or is splurging on its beauty just a bonus? Is Maxi Cosi Max 30 a good choice? Read on.
Individual Infant Car Seat Reviews
The Chicco Fit2 Infant Car Seat, although relatively new to the market, has some improved features that make it at par, if not, better, than most infant car seat nowadays. Let’s see what’s new with the improved Chicco infant seat.
The Graco Snugride Click Connect 35 LX is not really the best choice when choosing an infant car seat. Learn why.
The Graco Click Connect Snugride 40 promises to accommodate a child rear-facing for up to 2 years of age. It’s a bold claim knowing that many infant seats can only be used for as long as 1 year.
Aside from this tempting promise, let’s see what this seat has to offer and if it indeed lives up to its promise.
The presence of so many infant car seat choices nowadays will probably leave the old Britax B Safe 35 Infant Car Seat behind. Features of child seats keep on changing and improving – most of the time, for the better. With that, Is The Britax B Safe 35 Infant Car Seat Still Worth Your Money?
The question of whether or not The Britax B Safe 35 Elite Infant Car Seat is still safe to use started when Britax recalled the B-Safe Elite 35 including the B-Safe 35 seats because of reports about defective carry handles. The said carry handles develop cracks which can pose a danger of breaking and falling when carrying the infant seat. Read more.
How do you know if The Chicco Keyfit Zip Car Seat is what you are looking for? See the following points to ponder.
It seems that The Chicco Keyfit 30 Magic Car Seat is made specifically for parents expecting to give birth in winter months. Also, the majority of parents think that if you are located in a cold climate place, it is worth it.
The safety rating of the Chicco Keyfit 30 Magic comes in flying colors. But the alleged baby’s “discomfort” due to the insert is questionable.
Safety versus comfort. Read More.
The Maxi-Cosi Mico AP Infant Car Seat is a pretty and good “high-end” infant car seat for quality-conscious parents. It boasts great quality, features a classy European style and claims to be “the lightest of its class.”
It is compatible with strollers from Maxi-Cosi, Quinny, and many other high-end brands.
Read my Maxi-Cosi Mico AP Review to see if it’s worth the price.
For parents looking for the most portable (a.k.a lightest and tiniest infant car seat), Can The Graco Car Seat Snugride 30 be it? Read more.