Nuna PIPA next quiz

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by Stephanie Spencer |
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Feel the freedom to go anywhere with the PIPA next infant carrier from Nuna. It’s lightweight, portable, and versatile enough to take from the taxi to the family car, thanks to the option of belt path or base installation. It is also TUV aircraft certified, making it the perfect travel companion.

Nuna PIPA next at a glance

The PIPA next is i-Size-approved and designed with all the little details that make for a cosy ride:

  • A seven-position adjustable headrest with no-rethread harness works with one hand to effortlessly fit growing riders for maximum security.

  • A removable, full-coverage UPF 50+ canopy with flip-out eyeshade protects your little one from the elements.

  • Dream drape™ pulls down smoothly and attaches with magnets so your baby’s sleep can continue uninterrupted.

  • Superior side impact protection on the base with built-in wings automatically deploy when the car seat is installed – in five seconds thanks to its True lock™ base installation.

Everything you’ve been dreaming of to make your life with baby easier.

PIPA next is also GREENGUARD GOLD certified, meaning it has been thoroughly tested and certified to not contribute hazardous chemicals into the air your child breathes.

Find out more about the Nuna PIPA next and test yourself with the quiz below!

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