The Britax B-Safe is one of two rear facing only seats offered by Britax. With an affordable price point, generous weight and height limits, and easy to use features; we love it for newborn Littles.
*This seat has been discontinued* The Britax Chaperone was one of Britax’ three options for rear facing only seats for new or expectant parents or caregivers. (You can read about the latest model, Britax B-Safe 35 Elite, here.)
Nuna isn’t new to the baby gear scene: their smartly designed strollers, swings, and other baby gear have been making parents’ lives easier for some time. They are new, however, to the car seat scene, and their debut does not disappoint. Nuna gave us the opportunity to review the Nuna Pipa rear facing only seat with all its unique features.
*This seat has been discontinued* Technology is changing everyday in the car seat world. The Summer Infant Prodigy rear facing only seat isn’t lacking in the technology department with its built-in computer for ease of installation. Check out our test drive of this technologically advanced infant seat.
In the market for a very unique and interesting rear facing only car seat? The Orbit Baby fits this category to a ‘T’.
The Safety 1st OnBoard 35 and Onboard 35 Air rear facing only car seats are packed with features that make it easy to use, long-lasting, and coming in well under $150, friendly on the wallet.
One word comes to mind when I think of the Cybex Aton rear facing only car seat: COOL! The Aton is full of innovative features that make the seat easy to use and easy to install.
Confused by the differences between Graco’s rear facing only seats? You’re not alone. Graco recently changed the names of their rear facing only seats and added 4 new models.
Their current models are the SnugRide Classic Connect (original 22 lb version), SnugRide Classic Connect 30, SnugRide Classic Connect 35, SnugRide Click Connect 30, SnugRide Click Connect 35, SnugRide Click Connect 35 LX, and SnugRide Click Connect 40.
*This seat has been discontinued* Recently I had the opportunity to check out the latest offering to the rear facing only seat market by Baby Trend: the Inertia infant car seat in the Horizon fashion. The seat itself has many similarities to Baby Trend’s popular Flex-Loc infant seat, but the base is full of new technology for Baby Trend, featuring an anti rebound bar and rigid lower anchor connectors. This seat has been discontinued.
I run a busy car seat inspection station and expectant parents are some of my most frequent clients. That means I see a whole lot of infant seats. I always breathe a sigh of relief when I’m scheduling an appointment and a parent tells me their seat is a Chicco KeyFit; because it’s just so easy.