Toddler car seat safety -Blue
When you choose a car seat, it’s not about looks — it’s about safety. Rear-facing: These seats are used for children up to 22 to 35 pounds and up to 35 inches in height. Easy to install, fix the two fixation bands onto the car seat, close the buckle and adjust the waist band and shoulder band according to your baby body shape
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Why should babies car seat be rear-facing?
The risk of severe injury to your baby is greatly reduced by using a rear-facing car seat. Rear-facing helps support a child’s entire body and protects him or her better from an injury, especially to the neck and spine.
What types of car seats can be used rear-facing?
There are two types of rear-facing car seats: rear facing only seats (commonly called infant carriers or bucket seats) and convertible seats. The rear-facing only seats can be used for infants and weight limits on these seats vary from 22 lbs – 35 lbs. Height limits will also vary depending on the seat. Models come with a carrying handle and a detachable base that the car seat locks into.
Convertible seats are generally designed to be used with infants, toddlers and children; weight limits vary but can accommodate children up to 50 lbs rear-facing, and forward facing for toddlers and children who weigh 22-65 lbs. Be sure to check the owners manual for exact height and weight limits.