Chicco KeyFit 30 Infant Car Seat – What to Expect Review

This rear-facing car seat was voted #1 in the 2017 What to Expect awards by moms like you. It’s easy to see what moms loved about this seat: safety, safety, safety. Join Erin Stutland as she reviews the Chicco KeyFit 30 for What to Expect.

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Transcript:

Hi. I’m Erin Stutland from What to Expect, and today I’m talking about the Chicco KeyFit 30 Infant Rear-Facing Car Seat. Now this car seat won the 2017 What to Expect awards, which is voted on by you, our viewers, and let’s talk about some of the reasons why. While all car seats must meet the national safety standards, the Chicco consistently scores the highest amongst all the other car seats out there on the market.

Chicco has the EPS energy absorbing foam, which is excellent to protect your baby in case of a sudden stop or an accident. As safe as this car seat is, it won’t do anything if it is not installed correctly. And this car seat works with the latch system in your car, and it also has the levels on the side so that you know that your car seat is installed properly.

This is a super portable car seat, and really easy to get in and out of the car. And it’s only 9.6 pounds. If you’re a city dweller, and you’re in and out of taxis or ride shares, this doesn’t require a base to use. It’s got the seatbelt hooks on the side. You just slide this right into the car and you’re good to go.

This will hold a baby from four to 30 pounds. So you’re looking at infant to about eight months to a year. So you have a shorter timeframe on it. At $200, it’s a pricier car seat for a limited amount of time.

This is great for the parent who doesn’t want to compromise anything for safety and wants nothing but the best for their baby.

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