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Car Seat Travel Bag

Car Seat Travel Bag

Car Seat Travel Bag

Many airlines charge extra per piece of luggage, and extra for “over size or over weight” baggage. However, a car seat is a “no charge” piece of luggage. Use this to your advantage!! Buy a “car seat bag” put your seat in and fill it with clothes. This pads and protects your car seat and allows you extra weight and baggage free of charge. I have traveled internationally (several times a year) this way with 2 kids for the past 5 years. My car seats come out the other end safe and in one piece and I escaped added baggage fees by airlines!
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Car Seat Travel Bag

Laura at 18:28 # Many airlines charge extra per piece of luggage, and extra for “over size or over weight” baggage. However, a car seat is a “no charge” piece of luggage. Use this to your advantage!! Buy a “car seat bag” put your seat in and fill it with clothes. This pads and protects your car seat and allows you extra weight and baggage free of charge. I have traveled internationally (several times a year) this way with 2 kids for the past 5 years. My car seats come out the other end safe and in one piece and I escaped added baggage fees by airlines! Reply
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Car Seat Travel Bag

Many airlines charge extra per piece of luggage, and extra for “over size or over weight” baggage. However, a car seat is a “no charge” piece of luggage. Use this to your advantage!! Buy a “car seat bag” put your seat in and fill it with clothes. This pads and protects your car seat and allows you extra weight and baggage free of charge. I have traveled internationally (several times a year) this way with 2 kids for the past 5 years. My car seats come out the other end safe and in one piece and I escaped added baggage fees by airlines! Reply
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Car Seat Travel Bag

I purchased the car seat bag after reading all the reviews. It worked for the basic use of protecting my child's car seat. The first leg of the trip, the bag wasnt damaged. The second use, there were several tears. However, the car seat wasnt damaged.
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Car Seat Travel Bag

FYI, if you plan to take a car seat in a bag through security, you may have to remove it from the bag. If you pad the bag with extra stuff, it makes it more difficult. Now I add my coat to the bag after I go through security.
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Car Seat Travel Bag

Jennifer at 21:30 # FYI, if you plan to take a car seat in a bag through security, you may have to remove it from the bag. If you pad the bag with extra stuff, it makes it more difficult. Now I add my coat to the bag after I go through security. Reply
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Car Seat Travel Bag

FYI, if you plan to take a car seat in a bag through security, you may have to remove it from the bag. If you pad the bag with extra stuff, it makes it more difficult. Now I add my coat to the bag after I go through security. Reply

Car Seat Travel Bag

A.Yes. It is much bigger than the Chicco KeyFit 30. I have that seat, as well as a much larger convertible car seat. I used the bag for the larger car seat, but could have easily fit the Chicco with its base in this bag.
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Corinne at 15:04 # Hey Andrew – the bubble wrap and giant backpack sounds about right to me, and would cost less than the special bag above. Although at less than $40, that bag doesn’t seem too outrageously priced. And I would definitely try to gate check it. Agreed on the car rental car seats, unless you can locate one of those agencies that will rent you a car seat and meet you at the airport… Reply
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Hey Andrew – the bubble wrap and giant backpack sounds about right to me, and would cost less than the special bag above. Although at less than $40, that bag doesn’t seem too outrageously priced. And I would definitely try to gate check it. Agreed on the car rental car seats, unless you can locate one of those agencies that will rent you a car seat and meet you at the airport… Reply
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If you are doing All Inclusive you will likely transfer to your hotel or resort via a coach-style bus, so a car seat is not necessary. They may not even have seat belts on board for you to install anyway. If you think you will be doing any day trips by taxi or rental car, I do recommend bringing along her seat and installing it on the plane if it is airline approved. If you don’t plan on doing any excursions when you’re there, she is legally allowed to be in her plane seat with the seat belt fastened. If you’re concerned she won’t stay put, or want her a little more securely fastened, you can buy or rent a CARES harness, which is approved for use on most airlines. Have a fantastic trip!!
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Corinne at 11:00 # If you are doing All Inclusive you will likely transfer to your hotel or resort via a coach-style bus, so a car seat is not necessary. They may not even have seat belts on board for you to install anyway. If you think you will be doing any day trips by taxi or rental car, I do recommend bringing along her seat and installing it on the plane if it is airline approved. If you don’t plan on doing any excursions when you’re there, she is legally allowed to be in her plane seat with the seat belt fastened. If you’re concerned she won’t stay put, or want her a little more securely fastened, you can buy or rent a CARES harness, which is approved for use on most airlines. Have a fantastic trip!! Reply

If you are doing All Inclusive you will likely transfer to your hotel or resort via a coach-style bus, so a car seat is not necessary. They may not even have seat belts on board for you to install anyway. If you think you will be doing any day trips by taxi or rental car, I do recommend bringing along her seat and installing it on the plane if it is airline approved. If you don’t plan on doing any excursions when you’re there, she is legally allowed to be in her plane seat with the seat belt fastened. If you’re concerned she won’t stay put, or want her a little more securely fastened, you can buy or rent a CARES harness, which is approved for use on most airlines. Have a fantastic trip!! Reply
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Wherever you travel, easily transport and protect your Doona infant car seat/stroller in this sturdy Travel Bag. Made of durable, rip-stop polyester, it’s water-repellant, lightweight and folds into a pouch for easy storage when not in use.
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A.Yes, the J.L. Childress Gate Check Bag for Car Seats will fit a Britax Roundabout. As long as the height of the car seat is less than 34″, the bag's material is flexible enough to accomodate almost all infant, toddler and booster seats.
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Flying with a car seat is not fun. And since the car seats that come with rental cars are usually filthy or unsafe (or both!) your best bet truly is to rent one from a baby travel equipment company that will greet you at the airport with a shiny, clean, and safe seat. But you still have to keep your little one safe on the plane…
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Traveling with our daughter next week and just bought the carseat cover wheelie bag after reading this…after previously buying the GoGo Babyz Travelmate, which I’m sure we’ll use once she turns two and we have to buy her a seat. Also bought the Scenera (our third carseat) just for travel. So much for trying to keep our baby gear to a minimum. But better safe and prepared than sorry, I say. Thanks, Corinne!
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Beata Z at 12:47 # Traveling with our daughter next week and just bought the carseat cover wheelie bag after reading this…after previously buying the GoGo Babyz Travelmate, which I’m sure we’ll use once she turns two and we have to buy her a seat. Also bought the Scenera (our third carseat) just for travel. So much for trying to keep our baby gear to a minimum. But better safe and prepared than sorry, I say. Thanks, Corinne! Reply
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Traveling with our daughter next week and just bought the carseat cover wheelie bag after reading this…after previously buying the GoGo Babyz Travelmate, which I’m sure we’ll use once she turns two and we have to buy her a seat. Also bought the Scenera (our third carseat) just for travel. So much for trying to keep our baby gear to a minimum. But better safe and prepared than sorry, I say. Thanks, Corinne! Reply
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If you must check a carseat, put it in its original packaging with padding in the box. Or maybe another box with padding. And then gate check it (it’s far more convenient to use the seat on board than to drag a big box to the gate). All too often I see parents check their carseats at the ticket counter, wrapped in nothing but a plastic bag to keep the cover clean. The cover being clean at the other end is the least of the concerns. The worst thing that can happen is that a carseat arrives at the other end with damage that cannot be seen. The only way to find out that there’s damage is during or after a crash when the seat has failed.

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