Baby Car Seats

Explore our range of baby car seats! Get on the road safely with our range of premium branded baby car seats from brands such as Joie and Cybex to Maxi-Cosi and Nuna. Find the matching base for your chosen car seat for babies, so, wherever or whenever you’re going out with family, you can rest assured that your little one will be comfy and safe.
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    Baby Car Seat FAQs

    Baby car seats should be used from when your baby is newborn, up until they are around four years old and ready to transition into the next group of baby car seat.
    Your little one should remain in a car seat until they are 12 years old or over 135 centimetres tall, whichever of these comes first.

    A baby should not be in their car seat for longer than two hours at a time. Research suggests that young children who are in a car seat for longer than two hours may experience breathing difficulties and strain on their spine, hips, and other areas. If you are going to be travelling for a longer period of time, it's important to schedule in regular breaks for both you and baby.

    Your newborn should be in a rear-facing baby car seat that fits them correctly and is secured with the correct base. To find out more about the safest baby car seats we would recommend in 2024, check out this blog: https://www.naturalbabyshower.co.uk/blogs/b4baby/top-5-infant-carrier-car-seats-for-2024

    We recommend that little ones remain in a rear-facing baby car seat until they are at least four years old, however it is best for children to rear-face for as long as possible, as they are five times safer in a rear-facing car seat than a forward-facing baby car seat. Read this blog to find out more about the benefits of rear-facing travel, and why much-loved brand Axkid recommends rear-facing up to the age of seven for maximum safety: https://www.naturalbabyshower.co.uk/blogs/b4baby/axkid-car-seats-the-future-is-rear-facing

    What is the longest a baby should be in their car seat? Your little one should not be in their car seat for more than two hours at a time, and any longer may pose some risks to their spine or in sme cases, cause breathing difficulties. If you're planning a journey longer than two hours, it's important to take regular breaks whenever you can which is much safer for both you and baby.

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