Published at Sunday, April 21st, 2019 - 23:56:43 PM. Baby Activities & Gear. By Teodora Gentile.
At the lower end of the price range ($80 to $200), whether you're purchasing an infant car seat or a convertible car seat, look for a model that has a 5-point harness (two shoulder straps, two waist straps, and one strap between the legs that meet in the middle), side-impact protection (extra foam or air pads at the side of baby′s head), and compatibility with the LATCH system (a way to fasten the base tightly without using seatbelt). Additional features, such as an anti-rebound bar at the foot of the seat that limits the amount of movement during a crash. Other features that bump up the price include cushier fabric, accessories such as a little "boot" around baby′s feet, and a larger canopy. Seats made with a smooth fabric will wipe clean more easily than a textured fabric such as corduroy. This one‵s more about cleanliness than safety — but easy-to-clean is a virtue, too.
Consider a car seat stroller if you`re trying to save. While convertible will save you money in the long run, some parents agree that the ability to move a sleeping baby in an infant car seat — even if the baby fits the seat for only a year — is priceless. If you want to buy an infant car seat but need to trim costs, consider shopping for a travel system — an infant seat and stroller that are sold together at a discount. You may find these in the stroller aisle, not the car-seat aisle. Understandably, you want to know which car seat is safest. But all car seats that are on the market have been tested and approved for the current safety standards (check for the JPMA stamp on the box which means it's been approved by the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association). Because the safety technology improves so frequently, the most important thing you can do is buy a new car seat and not accept a hand-me-down.
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