Best Multi Stage Car Seat

Best Multi Stage Car Seat

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The Motion All Size 360 is a new rotating all-stages car seat. The first of its kind to meet the latest R129 (i-Size) regulation, it's suitable from birth to 12 years, offering extended rear-facing up to 4 years.


The 2-in-1 Pallas G i-Size impact shield car seat grows with your child to provide optimum support, protection and comfort. Tested to the UN R129/03 latest standard, it provides:


Seat 4 Fix Air is Chicco's most versatile multistage car seat that now features clever air pockets for enhanced airflow and optimum comfort all year round.In Group 0+, the 360º spin makes getting baby in and out of the car easier.


Designed to grow with baby from birth to 12 years old, the Every group child seat starts out as a rearward-facing seat from birth to 18kg, before converting into a forward-facing seat from 9-36kg.

TRES lx seamlessly follows the transition of your child from toddler to big kid.

This i-Size car seat rotates 360-degrees and has an extended rearward facing travel position to 4 years for added head and neck protection.

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