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Tips to a good car seat install (Forward Facing)

2w ago
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This also works for rear facing! :) I made this video because it's one of the most common car seats I see (and no it's not a particularly good one, but any seat is better then no seat!!) and because of it's size and light weight it was very simple to get around and make a video using this type of seat. **** I do NOT USE this car seat, this is one of my demo seats that I just for these sort of things. Apart from it being forward facing, the reason why I do not use it I have in a different film, I'll try and add a link to it in the film. :) *** The car seat used in this demonstration is: Nania Trio Plus 0/1/2 car seat (I did not cover the Group 2 install because this seat does not have a good belt fit at all, so to discourage that use, I left it out. ) This car seat is *rear facing* from brith to 10kg, BUT I would strongly advice you to not use this seat from brith as it really doesn't give an adequate recline for a small baby and the rear facing install of it (video link) can be fiddly and it isn't very car friendly. *** Like I've stated before any car seat is better then no car seat, but if money is tight and your budget is under £100, I strongly suggest looking at something like the Joie Tilt or Steadi (both often on sale) which rear faces to 18kg, the SAFEST way for your child to travel, or the Britax First Class Plus which rear faces to 13kg but again has a nice big group 1 shell and will usually last at least 2 years rear facing unless hight or weight is reached first, but an average estimate is 2 years. *** Find me on: - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ErfMission - Twitter: https://twitter.com/ERFmama - My Blog: https://erfmission.com *** The safest way for your children to travel in the car is in the rear facing position, there are several seats available that rear faces after the infant car seat! More information can be found on my blog and on www.rearfacing.co.uk