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Top Rated Car Seats

Top Rated Car Seats

Top Rated Car Seats

Car Seat and Booster Seat FeaturesNot every car seat is the same. With most every model, you’ll find different features that will impact your convenience, budget, and most importantly, the safety of your child. Here are some features you should look for in a car seat:All-In-OneThese models can do it all—transitioning from a rear-facing car seat for infants, to a front-facing seat for toddlers, to booster seats for young kids.ConvertibleConvertible car seats are multi-functioning, but don’t normally include functions for children of every age. One may work as a front and rear-facing car seat, and another may transform from a front-facing car seat to a booster seat.5-Point HarnessFront-facing car seats normally come with a 5-point harness system. They clip in at both shoulders, hips, and the crotch. The point of this system is to reduce the risk of your child slipping out of his/her seat.Twist-Free StrapsWide straps are best for keeping your child restrained and comfortable. Twist-free straps guarantee that they won’t get tangled and cause harm or discomfort to your child.Multiclip Chest StrapsMost car seats come with a chest clip, but they’re not something that’s mandated by law in America. They help secure your child in their car seat and keep straps from moving around.Built-In Lock ClipsLock clips keep your kid’s car seat from tipping over. Instead of selling a separate piece of metal, now most car seats include these locks within the seat itself so they’re easier to install.LATCH SystemThis stands for “lower anchors and tethers for children.” All cars since 2002 have been mandated by federal law to include these systems. For cars that don’t have it, car seat companies offer LATCH System kits. They’re designed to better secure front and rear-facing car seats. They eliminate the need to use a car’s seat belts to anchor a car seat and give greater stability to a car seat.Impact ProtectionAbout 40% of all car accident deaths of children under 8 are caused by side collisions. Impact protection uses EPS foam (types used in helmets) to add extra cushion around your child’s head.WingsThis design enhances the safety of your child’s head during crashes. While wings help keep your kid’s head upright, they also provide cushion in case of a collision.ReclineThis feature is mostly used in rear-facing car seats since it can be dangerous in front-facing models. It gives your child more comfort for sleeping.
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Top Rated Car Seats

All-In-OneThese models can do it all—transitioning from a rear-facing car seat for infants, to a front-facing seat for toddlers, to booster seats for young kids.ConvertibleConvertible car seats are multi-functioning, but don’t normally include functions for children of every age. One may work as a front and rear-facing car seat, and another may transform from a front-facing car seat to a booster seat.5-Point HarnessFront-facing car seats normally come with a 5-point harness system. They clip in at both shoulders, hips, and the crotch. The point of this system is to reduce the risk of your child slipping out of his/her seat.Twist-Free StrapsWide straps are best for keeping your child restrained and comfortable. Twist-free straps guarantee that they won’t get tangled and cause harm or discomfort to your child.Multiclip Chest StrapsMost car seats come with a chest clip, but they’re not something that’s mandated by law in America. They help secure your child in their car seat and keep straps from moving around.Built-In Lock ClipsLock clips keep your kid’s car seat from tipping over. Instead of selling a separate piece of metal, now most car seats include these locks within the seat itself so they’re easier to install.LATCH SystemThis stands for “lower anchors and tethers for children.” All cars since 2002 have been mandated by federal law to include these systems. For cars that don’t have it, car seat companies offer LATCH System kits. They’re designed to better secure front and rear-facing car seats. They eliminate the need to use a car’s seat belts to anchor a car seat and give greater stability to a car seat.Impact ProtectionAbout 40% of all car accident deaths of children under 8 are caused by side collisions. Impact protection uses EPS foam (types used in helmets) to add extra cushion around your child’s head.WingsThis design enhances the safety of your child’s head during crashes. While wings help keep your kid’s head upright, they also provide cushion in case of a collision.ReclineThis feature is mostly used in rear-facing car seats since it can be dangerous in front-facing models. It gives your child more comfort for sleeping.
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Top Rated Car Seats

Rear-Facing Car Seat (For newborn to 2-years olds)These car seats are buckled into the back seat of your car and face backwards. They’re meant for newborn to two-year old children. While some professionals say rear-facing car seats can be upgraded to front-facing seats when a child turns one, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends keeping your child in a rear-facing seat until they are two.Scientifically, this is because of the way a baby’s body is formed. Unlike adults, babies carry most of their body weight in their spines due to the heft of their heads. Adults carry 6% of their body weight in their heads while a nine-month old carries about 25%. In a front facing car seat, children under one are 1.79 times more likely to get a serious injury than those in rear-facing models. For kids between one and two years-old, the odds were 5.32 times higher for serious injury.When you get into a car accident, your body moves toward the impact site. This puts a tremendous amount of pressure on your neck and spine. Babies, who have fragile spines, are better protected during accidents if their weight moves backwards. Instead of having the force course through your baby’s body, the shock is more evenly spread out on the car seat—better protecting their delicate frames.Front-Facing Car SeatsOnce your child turns two, it’ll be time to change them over to a front-facing car seat (unless they’re small for their age and under 40 pounds). By this stage, your child will be very alert, talking, and wanting to view the world around them. You’ll also be able to see your child better if they’re playing with anything in the car.Booster Car SeatsBooster seats are designed to raise your child up to safe seat belt height. The CDC says that booster seats are 45% more effective in reducing risk of serious injury in kids 4-8 than seat belts alone. You can purchase booster seats that are backless, convertible, or have high backs for more support and passing. You can choose what’s right for your child, but you’ll mostly likely need to pick something because they’re mandatory in 48 states and all U.S. territories except South Dakota and Florida.Seat BeltsThese obviously come standard with your car and aren’t something you need to purchase. However, once your child is at least 4 feet 9 inches and between 8 and 10 (some kids are smaller or larger for their age, so this could vary slightly), they should be ready to graduate to a seat belt. Important questions to ask when you get to this stage are:Does my kid’s back rest on the back of the seat?Do my kids knees bend at the seat edge?Does the seat belt rest comfortably across his/her lap?Does the shoulder strap rest on his/her chest?Can my kid stay seated while buckled for an entire car ride?If your answers are “yes” to all of these questions, they’re your child is probably ready for a seat belt. Since seat belts save over 13,000 lives each year, it’s an important final safety regimen to maintain for the rest of your child’s life.
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Top Rated Car Seats

Orbit Baby G3 Toddler Convertible Car SeatCheck price on AmazonOrbit Baby is recognized as a top safety pick for car seats. The G3 Toddler Convertible Car Seat is also one of the more unique models on the market. With its SmartHub rotating base, you can load your toddler into the car facing you. That will allow you to clip them in and make sure everything is secure without awkwardly leaning into the car. Then, you can rotate it into locking position to face forward.Impact-Protection. Orbit has included 360 degree impact protection in this car seat.Works With Stroller. This is the only convertible car seat that you can use in a stroller. It even has a sunshade for that purpose.Good Reviews. Amazon reviews and parenting blogs sing high praises of this car seat.Baby-Safe Fabrics. Orbit uses clean certified fabrics by Oeko-Tex.Rotating Base. You can load your child from the side and then face them to the front so it’s easier for you to buckle them in.Easy Installation. All you need to do is turn a knob to tighten the car seat to secure it.Pricey. This car seat is one of the more expensive models—at about $380 retail.Essentially One Function. It’s compatible with a stroller, but only works as a front-facing car seat in the car.

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