The Baby Trend Secure Snap Gear 32 is an exclusive new rear facing only car seat only available at Target. We’re excited to see how it stacks up against their other rear facing only car seats. CSFTL Quick Stats Weight range: 5-32 pounds Height range: <32″ Shell height: 18″ (top of adjustable back in the
Ready for another rear facing only car seat review? The GB Asana 35 AP is another new rear facing only seat that the new company GB has just released. We have many good things to say about the GB Asana 35 AP!
A new name in the baby gear industry company caught our attention when they announced their newest addition would be a rear facing only car seat. The Ingenuity InTrust 35 Pro has recently been added to the Ingenuity line of baby gear and we have been given the opportunity to check it out.
Phil & Ted’s isn’t a new name in the baby gear scene. They have been a well known name in the stroller world for several years now and have just released a rear facing only seat that is compatible with a wide array of their strollers. They have given us the opportunity to try it out and share our thoughts with our readers.
Looking for a quality, Italian made car seat? The Peg Perego Primo Viaggio 4-35 rear facing only car seat might be the seat for you. With 2 included infant inserts, deep seat pan, and adjustable no-rethread head support and harness, it is a viable option for both small and large children.
Congrats, you’re going to be a new parent! Things are constantly changing in the newborn world, so even if this isn’t your first, there’s still a lot to learn. To help you mark at least one thing off your list, we’re going to help with narrowing down that dreaded car seat decision.
Today, Baby Trend announced you can now leave the carry handle of their infant car seats in any locked position in the vehicle. Previously, Baby Trend required the handle locked in the down position, which required a lot of clearance to swing the handle down. This is an awesome convenience update, thanks Baby Trend!
The child passenger safety world is full of outdated information that has been spread by well meaning individuals. One of the most common misconceptions is which position the handle on a rear facing only seat must be in while in use in the car.