How to choose a baby car seat based on your child's age, weight, and height?
· Your baby's age
· Your baby's weight and height
· Whether the car seat meets safety standards
When the child is less than 2 years old, use a rear-facing seat. Your child's weight should be no more than the limits allowed on the seat's weight.
When the child is from age 2 to 4 Age 2 and no more than 40 pounds, use a forward-facing child safety seat.
When the child is age 4 to 8 or up to 4 feet 9 inches tall, use a belt-positioning booster seat. Always keep the child in the back seat.
When the child is age 8 and/or 4 feet 9 inches tall, seat belts (without a booster seat) are OK. But your child should keep using a booster seat until adult seat belts fit properly. Check the position of the lap belt and the shoulder belt on your child. The lap belt should be on the upper thighs -- not the stomach. The shoulder belt should be on the chest -- not the neck.
Baby Car Seat HB616Inquire
Baby Car Seat HB639Inquire
European safety standard baby car seat HB919Inquire
Adjustable portable baby car seat 0-25KGS HB919plusInquire
Baby Car Seat HB926Inquire
Comfortable Safety Baby Car Seat HB989plusInquire
360 Rotation Baby Car Seat with I-SIZE HB909Inquire
360 Rotation, with isofix and top tether baby car seat HRC636Inquire