We are YKO baby products located in Zhenjiang, and we have more than 10 years experience in the aspect of baby car seats and car accessories. Today we will talk some aspects of baby car seat.
By now you probably know you’ll need a car seat before you can take your baby anywhere—including home from the hospital. But with so many car seat models, and so much pressure to pick the safest ride for your little one, figuring out which one to choose can be overwhelming.
Now there are so many types of baby car seats in the market
First, Every new car seat on the market right now must meet government safety regulations. So spending less money doesn’t mean your car seat will be less safe. However, more expensive car seats will get you extras like bigger canopies, easier installation and potentially some additional safety features not currently required by law.
Infant Car Seats
Used from newborn until your baby reaches the seat’s height or weight limit , these seats always face the rear of the car. When your little one outgrows the infant car seat, you’ll have to purchase a convertible or other front-facing car seat designed to accommodate toddlers.This item is also with ISOFIX when you install the baby car seat in the car. So infany car seats are fixed both by the belt and isofix. For example YKO-705,YKO-707 and YKO-709
Convertible Car Seats
These seats transform from rear-facing seats for babies and toddlers to forward-facing seats for older children. Typically, the forward-facing position can hold children up to 65 pounds.We also have YKO-S7 which can meet the requirement of this item,
Booster Car Seats
These seats bridge the gap between the time your child needs a car seat to when they can start using the regular, adult-sized seat belt. They help children sit higher up so your car’s regular lap and shoulder belt cross your child’s body at the correct points and hold them securely. Boosters are geared for kids at least four years of age and at least 40 pounds.For this aspect you can choose YKO-960,YKO-969, YKO-105 etc
How to Choose a Car Seat
Here are some things to consider as you’re selecting a car seat model:
Used car seats might be damaged and may not be up to snuff when it comes to current safety regulations. If you do end of up selecting a used car seat, get it from someone you trust. Also be sure to look up the seat’s expiration date and research if that particular model has ever been recalled.
Fitting With Your Car
Make sure the car seat fits well in your car, or in multiple cars if you’ll be switching the seat in and out of different vehicles. Every car seat is different—and some just fit better in larger or in smaller cars. For convenience’s sake, you might also consider purchasing additional car seats bases for other primary caregivers, such as your partner, nanny or mother-in-law. Installing and reinstalling a car seat base gets old, real fast.
Convertible vs. Infant
While it seems that purchasing a convertible car seat would be the most efficient, there is a distinct advantage to also using an infant car seat. You let your sleeping baby—you know, the one that always dozes off in the car—stay asleep. Instead of having to unbuckle and lift them out of the seat to leave the car (and ruining that perfectly peaceful nap), you simply lift the infant car seat from its base and can either snap it onto a stroller or just use the car seat as cozy resting spot if you’re heading inside to visit friends or family.
If you do decide to purchase an infant car seat, then you’ll probably want to make sure your car seat and stroller are compatible
But if there’s a car seat you absolutely love that differs from your stroller, check if a separate adapter is available to fit the items together.
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