The Evenflo Maestro is a workhorse of forward facing only combination car seats. It is lightweight, budget friendly, and is straightforward to install and to use. All of these things make the Maestro a terrific option for air travel. Let’s take a new, refreshed look at this seat that has become a staple in the
With so few multimode car seats available in Canada, we welcome seats like the Grow and Go ARB that not only offer all three modes, but offer three modes that work well.
Nuna’s line of Canadian car seats includes the Pipa and Pipa Lite rear facing only car seats, and the AACE booster seat. We’re excited to see that Nuna has entered the Canadian convertible car seat market with their RAVA convertible car seat. Let’s take a look at this new car seat and see what changes
Our Canadian team would like to extend a warm welcome to Baby Jogger. The City GO is an excellent addition to the Canadian seat market, and provides a versatile seat that is lightweight, easy to install and adjust, and fits a wide range of babies well.
The Maxi-Cosi Jool isn’t a new convertible car seat– it’s been on Canadian store shelves since 2015. Our fair readers from the North have questions about this seat and now, we’ve got answers! The Jool offers so many great colour options and a is well-padded seat that presents a few challenges because it’s so darn large.
The KidsEmbrace Backless Booster seat is not the narrowest booster we’ve ever worked with, but it is lightweight and provided a consistently excellent vehicle seat belt fit for every model and in every vehicle we used for this review. Consistency in fit is our favourite thing when it comes to booster seats, so we’d call this seat a winner for that alone. The fact that it comes in exciting superhero covers makes it an even bigger win!
The Graco Contender has been a popular car seat in the United States since it was first released. This convertible car seat is particularly well liked among our users because it’s lightweight, long lasting, and budget-friendly all at the same time. We wanted to see if the Canadian version lived up to the standards set
The CSFTL team descended on the 2018 Kidz In Motion Conference in Denver, Colorado. See what they learned while they were there!!
This recall applies to Canada only.
Chicco has issued a recall for the Keyfit 30 infant car seat.
This recall applies to Canada only. Harmony has issued a recall for the Optyma combination car seat. Issue: the harness straps can be positioned incorrectly on the splitter plate. This issue could potentially result in the straps being loosened or unsecured. Date range: This issue applies to Optyma car seats made between December 27, 2017