You want to protect your new bundle of joy—and we're here to help make sure you can. Infant car seats offer your new baby the protection and comfort needed to keep them safe and happy when travelling. Our selection includes rear facing infant car seats that feature maximum comfort, safety, and style for your newborn. They're also easy to install for extra convenience on all your car trips, both short and long. Once your baby is bigger, many of these options can also be used as forward facing car seats. At West Coast Kids, you'll also find seats that are fully compatible with other premium brand strollers, making them a great choice if you're looking for a full travel system. And since they're built by top brands including Britax, Chicco, Maxi-Cosi, Peg Perego, and Nuna, you can be confident that each of these infant car seats is built to last. Explore our full selection of infant car seats and order yours today! Free Shipping on orders over $49*.
For busy parents on the go, a car seat is an imperative automotive accessory for keeping your precious cargo safe. Convertible car seats are the perfect solution for growing infants because they convert from a rear facing seat to a forward facing seat, and some models can continue to grow with your child as they transition to a booster seat. This versatile multiple-seats-in-one design saves you money by eliminating the need to buy different seats as the years pass and your little one becomes, well, not-so-little.
From my experience, starting babywearing early is very helpful for getting your baby used to it. I’ve collected a total of 4 carriers (several were purchased used) and have different preferred uses for each and have found that each of my babies had one that they most preferred in the first two months - the Baby K'tan with my firstborn and the Moby wrap with my newest addition.

Infant car seats are designed for babies who weigh between 4 and 40 pounds. These seats are installed in a rear-facing position in a car's back seat to keep your baby safe and comfortable. These car seats often come with a base and a carrier to make it easier to get the child and the seat in and out while also making it easier to transport your child as you run errands.


As a classically trained chef and an enthusiastic DIYer, I've always valued having the best tool for a job—whether the task at hand is dicing onions for mirepoix or hanging drywall. When I'm not writing about home products, I can be found putting them to the test, often with help from my two young children, in the 1860s townhouse I'm restoring in my free time.
We used the Combi Coccoro seat with both of our babies and absolutely loved it. HOWEVER, it has very low upper weight and height limits and so we knew it wouldn't be the only convertible seat we'd ever own. My son is off-the-charts tall and outgrew the seat at around 11 months - thereby not saving us money in the long run over having an infant car seat carrier. 
A parent treasures the time when baby sleeps. Not only is it a time for calm reflection on the joys of parenting and observing the natural beauty of an infant, it's a chance to catch a much needed break. But transporting a sleeping baby from a car seat into a stroller is asking for trouble: blown naps, loud screams, and all around frustration. This car seat carrier could help everyone stay a little more rested. Simply pop the car seat into the rack, and it becomes a stroller. It features four wheels on the front and two on the back, dual cup holders, and a large storage basket for carrying a diaper bag or numerous individual items. It's also collapsible for easy travel. --Charlie Williams
Chicco’s duo of infant car seats, the KeyFit and the KeyFit 30, both do extremely well in our tests. Both also prove easy to use and install in a variety of cars—a big distinction given that car seats are too often installed improperly. The Chicco KeyFit 30 accommodates little ones up to 30 pounds, giving you a longer window of use than the Chicco KeyFit, featured above, which maxes out at 22 pounds. 
The Chicco KeyFit is the highest-scoring infant car seat in our ratings, and has been for years. It's easy to use and install with a seat belt or LATCH mechanism, plus it earns the highest score possible in our crash-protection test. Its lone drawback is that it maxes out with a 22-pound child and, considering most babies triple their weight by the time they turn 1, you’ll need to upgrade to a new car seat sooner than you may have planned. Of course you can continue to use the Activ3 stroller after you move your child to a convertible car seat, but you'll need to unstrap her to move her between the two.
Safety 1st is a leader in child safety products and it is specialized in various types of car seats, strollers and other related products. The SleekRide LX Stroller includes a multi-position seat recline, parent and child cup holders, ample storage basket and 5-point restraint system. The accompanying on Board35 Air Car Seat comes with a 5-point harness, level indicator and Air Protect Side Impact design to protect your baby’s head in an event of a collision. Colors available: Vintage Romance, Eiffel Rose, and London Stripe.
We used the Combi Coccoro seat with both of our babies and absolutely loved it. HOWEVER, it has very low upper weight and height limits and so we knew it wouldn't be the only convertible seat we'd ever own. My son is off-the-charts tall and outgrew the seat at around 11 months - thereby not saving us money in the long run over having an infant car seat carrier. 

Because it is so much the norm now to buckle baby into an infant seat in the hospital room and carry them out to the car, it is helpful to talk to your birthing place ahead of time and mention that you’ll be using a car seat that will be installed in your vehicle. Due to security restrictions to reduce the risk of infant abductions, both our babes were rolled to the car in a bassinet by a nurse and then we buckled them in their car seats.


After outgrowing the weight and height limit for the above described seats, it’s time to buy your kid a booster that uses a car’s own seat belt. Boosters raise a child up in the car so the seat belt fits correctly in that way (over the sternum and the center of the collarbone, not the neck and low across the upper thighs, rather than the abdomen). There are two main styles of this seat: high-back and backless. Backless versions are pretty portable and easy to install, but we recommend high-back models, because of better position of the shoulder belt and the side protection to a child. There are many states having booster laws. Some of them require children as old as eight and as heavy as 80 lbs to use a booster. Price range: $13 to $300.
Make sure that the unit you are considering is lightweight and is easy to move around. It is very often to see that the bulkier units are almost always very difficult to move around and you will not find it very easy to manage. This prompts the potential buyers to look well after the quality of the swiveling wheels and the overall weight of the stroller. 

The needs of the babies grow inevitably with time, which in a way poses a great challenge for the parents to accommodate for. The strollers today have become as important as milk is for them. Parents cannot imagine going anywhere with their newborn baby if they don’t have a stroller. A stroller facilitates them in order to manage their child and all his related essential stuff with ease. You must have seen many shapes of a stroller such as a single stroller, umbrella stroller or double stroller.


The needs of the babies grow inevitably with time, which in a way poses a great challenge for the parents to accommodate for. The strollers today have become as important as milk is for them. Parents cannot imagine going anywhere with their newborn baby if they don’t have a stroller. A stroller facilitates them in order to manage their child and all his related essential stuff with ease. You must have seen many shapes of a stroller such as a single stroller, umbrella stroller or double stroller.
As a classically trained chef and an enthusiastic DIYer, I've always valued having the best tool for a job—whether the task at hand is dicing onions for mirepoix or hanging drywall. When I'm not writing about home products, I can be found putting them to the test, often with help from my two young children, in the 1860s townhouse I'm restoring in my free time.
Everybody wants the best one and if you are looking to buy a car seat stroller combo, then certain points need to be kept in mind. First of all, in some markets, there is a difference between a Stroller Carseat Combo and a Car System, whereas some take it as one and the same thing. A stroller carseat combo is the one which has a carseat along with a full size stroller. The separate car seats and strollers in comparison to a stroller with carseat are usually larger, expensive and also difficult to move around.
The Chicco brand is one of the best Europe’s baby brands and is committed to quality products and improving the products especially designed for birth to 3 years old. The Chicco Cortina Keyfit 30 Car Seat is one of their best products in which the accompanying Chicco Stroller was actually built for. The stroller has an adjustable seat (fully reclinable and Memory recline), all wheel suspension, ample storage basket, rear brakes, child and parent cup holders and 5-point harness for securing your child. The carrier shell is constructed in EPS energy absorbing foam and the car seat base has dual level indicators and easy, one-pull latch tightening . Colors available: Foxy, Adventure, Midori, Sedona, Azura, Element, Gemini, and Pegaso.
Write a list of features which your car seat stroller combo must have and try and adhere to this list when buying. If you would prefer a system which has a front facing car set, then only consider brands which have this feature. Decide whether you want a three wheeled stroller with bicycle tyres which is all-terrain or whether you would be happier with a conventional four wheeler. By using a specialised website, you can ensure that you are going to be completely satisfied with your purchase as you can tick things off your check list while you shop.
This system isn’t cheap, so those with a tight budget may want to look elsewhere. Some parents felt the stroller seat was too small and wouldn’t last through the 50 pound limit. Others felt the stroller was actually TOO lightweight to be sturdy while putting baby in and out. Some felt that the car seat was too difficult to attach and unattach to the stroller. A few felt the wheels and handle were flimsy and felt loose.
Chicco’s duo of infant car seats, the KeyFit and the KeyFit 30, both do extremely well in our tests. Both also prove easy to use and install in a variety of cars—a big distinction given that car seats are too often installed improperly. The Chicco KeyFit 30 accommodates little ones up to 30 pounds, giving you a longer window of use than the Chicco KeyFit, featured above, which maxes out at 22 pounds. 
Older versions had less headroom per seat, so toddlers’ heads often touched the top well before they outgrew the weight limit. The new version should be better with the upgrades, but keep that in mind when shopping. This new version also has limited colors available, so if you’re dead set on blue, you may be disappointed unless you opt for the older version.

After outgrowing the weight and height limit for the above described seats, it’s time to buy your kid a booster that uses a car’s own seat belt. Boosters raise a child up in the car so the seat belt fits correctly in that way (over the sternum and the center of the collarbone, not the neck and low across the upper thighs, rather than the abdomen). There are two main styles of this seat: high-back and backless. Backless versions are pretty portable and easy to install, but we recommend high-back models, because of better position of the shoulder belt and the side protection to a child. There are many states having booster laws. Some of them require children as old as eight and as heavy as 80 lbs to use a booster. Price range: $13 to $300.

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The only real knock that I can give this stroller is that it weighs quite a bit, making it unsuitable for all-purpose use. This is especially true for new mothers. We've taken it on the trail a few times, and it's a smooth ride, but this is not the stroller you want for taking quick trips to a grocery store in my opinion. I will contend that the weight of ... full review
All-In-One Car Seats provide great value by following a kid from birth to booster. This type of baby car seat is a tempting money-saver, but our tests have shown that by trying to do too much they don’t do any single task pretty well. It accommodates children from 5 to 45 lbs. sitting rear-facing; kids from 20 to 65 lbs., forward-facing in a harness; and kids from 30 to 120 lbs., in booster mode. All-in-one car seats are usually large and heavy, lack the convenience of a detachable carrier, and may not fit to smaller babies (or smaller vehicles) well. They could be a good backup seat or for a caregiver who transports a child less often. Price range: $100 to $330.
Your first concern should always be the safety of your child. Make sure a prospective convertible car seat puts safety first with features like impact foam technology, adjustable harnesses, and buckle locations. Also consider options like head support (or adjustable headrest), side impact protection, machine washable seat pads, and a LATCH system for attaching car seat directly to your car.
This special edition features the B-Safe Ultra infant car seat w/ base, a B-Free stroller, and adapters. The stroller is slightly heavier and larger and can hold a child up to 65 pounds (10 pounds more than the B-Lively). Unlike the B-Lively, the handlebar on this stroller is adjustable. The seat has a European style belt guide for a secure installation without LATCH (great for rideshares & taxis!). Cool mesh fabric keeps this seat cooler than the B-Safe 35, and it has extra padding in the belly area for extra comfort.
The only real knock that I can give this stroller is that it weighs quite a bit, making it unsuitable for all-purpose use. This is especially true for new mothers. We've taken it on the trail a few times, and it's a smooth ride, but this is not the stroller you want for taking quick trips to a grocery store in my opinion. I will contend that the weight of ... full review
Convertible Seat is the next level after outgrowing an infant seat. It is recommended to be purchased no later than a child’s first birthday. It can be installed rear- or forward-facing. The harness system is almost the same as the one in infant seats, but convertible seat has a higher rear-facing weight limit. This means toddler can ride rear-facing longer, which both Consumer Reports and the American Academy of Paediatrics recommend as the safest option. There must be installed rear-facing for children younger than 1 and weighing less than 20 lbs. These seats can be used rear-facing up to 40-50 lbs, depending on the seat, and we recommend rear-facing until at least age 2, or the rear-facing limits of the seat. In some states, children under 2 must ride this way (CA, NJ, OK). When your child is 2-year-old, the seat can be turned around and used forward-facing until time for a booster seat. They can be installed forward-facing for kids at least 1 year of age, although Consumer Reports recommends waiting until at least age 2.  Many parents may have children as heavy as 65 lbs. Although the minimum weight limit allows for newborns and smaller infants, the car seat for heavy children often doesn’t provide the best fit for smaller babies or the convenience of a detachable carrier. Price range: $40 to 450.
This system isn’t cheap, so those with a tight budget may want to look elsewhere. Some parents felt the stroller seat was too small and wouldn’t last through the 50 pound limit. Others felt the stroller was actually TOO lightweight to be sturdy while putting baby in and out. Some felt that the car seat was too difficult to attach and unattach to the stroller. A few felt the wheels and handle were flimsy and felt loose.
Convertible: These seats can be used from birth as a rear-facing seat, then converts to a forward facing seat when they’ve outgrown rear-facing. Some even convert to boosters and last until your child is too large for any safety seat. This is usually a costlier investment, but can save money down the road. **Note: They cannot be used with strollers.**
Besides your budget, one of the most important aspects of knowing which travel system to buy is your lifestyle. Do you rarely leave the house? Do you live in a city or in a suburb or way out in the country? Do you enjoy hiking or jogging or just simple strolls around the neighborhood? Do you fly or use public transit or ride shares a lot? Do you have twins? Look for a system that fits your lifestyle, whatever that may be.

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I got this as a baby shower from a friend after I mentioned I had opened a Graco carseat adapter back in 2011 and I loved it so convenient! I got the newer version but the only flaw is it is hard to fold because the handle you squeeze to fold up gets stuck! 3 times I got tired of trying to fold it that I just put it in my vehicle open. I was unable to fold it so I don't even use it because I'm never sure if its gonna work or not. Very dissapointed.....
Parents were also unhappy that the stroller isn’t compatible with more brands such as Chicco and Britax. Some parents noted that the seats didn’t have enough recline when sitting fully upright, and that their children tended to slide down. There also seems to be a tendency for tipping over if a child stands or climbs into the seat with their knees.
Parents were also unhappy that the stroller isn’t compatible with more brands such as Chicco and Britax. Some parents noted that the seats didn’t have enough recline when sitting fully upright, and that their children tended to slide down. There also seems to be a tendency for tipping over if a child stands or climbs into the seat with their knees.
This trendy-looking system features the Maxi Cosi Mico 30 infant car seat. The similar Maxi Cosi Mico AP scored 9.1 on our list, but has a 22 pound weight limit as opposed to the 30 pound limit in the Mico 30. The stroller holds babies and children up to 50 pounds. Folded stroller dimensions are 17" L x 25.5" W x 34" H while unfolded dimensions are 37" L x 25.8" W x 45" H. The car seat dimensions (with base) are 32.5" L x 17.75" W x 22.75" H.

This budget-friendly system maneuvers easily on many surfaces with its 16” rear and 12” front all-terrain bicycle tires. It’s easy to assemble. It’s easy to fold up with two hooks on each side. The rubber bicycle tires help make the ride very comfy for your kiddo. They’ve held up well for those who live in dry climates with thorny plants and sharp rocks.
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