List of Car Seats That Turn 360 Degrees

list of car seats that turn 360 degrees

Previously, I published a post on the 5 Best Swivel Car Seats for the money. But I’ve noticed that many caregivers aren’t aware that more and more car seat brands these days are making rotating car seats. It used to be Maxi Cosi and Cybex, but there’s a growing list of brands that you should …

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How to Clean Evenflo Revolve360 Gold

how to clean evenflo revolve360

Even the best rotating car seat gets dirty. I believe the Evenflo Revolve360 Gold is the best option out there by the way. You sure don’t want to haul your LO around in a dirty Evenflo 360, and below you’ll learn how to clean the Evenflo Revolve360 Gold. The Evenflo 360 Gold Cleans Easier Than …

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Baby Jogger City Turn Rotating Car Seat Review

Car seats that turn 180˚-360˚have become quite the trend, and the Baby Jogger City Turn Rotating Car Seat deserves a comprehensive analysis. There aren’t many car seats that rotate and make loading baby rear-facing extremely easy, but this option does that. Also Read: Best Swivel Car Seats Car seats with this unique ability are increasingly …

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Nuna Revv vs Cybex Sirona S Comparison

nuna revv vs cybex sirona s

Both the Nuna Revv and Cybex Sirona S swivel, making easier the task of loading and unloading kids. But the Nuna Revv costs over $100, and this Nuna Revv vs Cybex Sirona S comparison makes it easier to decide whether the price difference is justified. In case you’re interested, I recently wrote a comparison post …

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Types of Baby Car Seats

Types of baby car seats

You’ve been in the family way for months. And you’re soon going to hold a cute little baby in your arms. But how will you carry your bundle of joy from the hospital? You need the best and safest baby car seat for the job. But there are different types of baby car seats to …

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What to Do With Old Damaged and Expired Car Seats

old car seat

What do you do with old, damaged, and expired car seats? Unlike baby strollers, infant and toddler car seats come with an expiration date, usually 6-10 years from date of manufacture. When that date arrives, it’s best to stop using the car seat. But what do you do with the expired car seat? This post …

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