I feel the need to review this car seat. I spent a ridiculous amount of time trying to research the right car seat for us,and reading other peoples reviews.So here is my duty to you to let you know where I landed... cause it was this or the Britax Marathon ( in the end). I google searched "Narrowest car seats" "Car seats for small cars"... etc. After biting the bullet I went to a Target and looked at it in person (although I bought it on Amazon cause I couldn't fit the box in the car with the kids) It is a good looking seat!

We did notice that the handlebars can be a pain to adjust up and down because of the huge canopy from the car seat. Bringing an infant around with this stroller might cause some problem for parents with different handle bar configurations because of this. Another problem parents might get into is getting the car seat in and out of the stroller. No, you would not have any issues putting it in and out of the base inside the car or into the stroller but getting it out of the stroller can pose difficulties.

One final option is to buy a car seat backpack with wheels (if that one is out of stock, check out this highly-rated spinner model – more expensive, but definitely easier to get around). It’s still not ideal to check your car seat in one of these bags, as they really only protect from cosmetic damage rather than structural damage or loss. That said, they give you several different options to make it through the airport in one piece!
This stroller travel system may also result to issues with some kids. The car seat tends to be warmer than usual and also harder and a little uncomfortable. As for the stroller, there is the issue of not being able to leave it standing on its own when folded for transport and storage. This could be very challenging especially for parents who have to go out alone with their little ones.
Also, Britax is in the process of redesigning the majority of their infant car seat adapters for the B-Agile including Chicco, Peg Perego, and Graco brand seats. They have indicated a launch date for these adapters for some time in 2018. As a result, the B-Agile is only compatible with the Britax, Cybex, Nuna, and Maxi-Cosi brands and given the lack of a specific release date, we do not recommend that parents purchase the B-Agile with the intent of using it as a travel system with any other brand.
My favorite feature was the ability to fold the seat up, giving you instant access to the storage basket underneath. It's a brilliant piece of design, though you can obviously only use it when the seat is empty. It also features a reversible seat, a stunning array of stylish customization options, and an extremely solid frame that feels like it'll last for years.
We recently started using the Bubblebum as backup for Jacob (almost 6yo) and it’s certainly convenient to have around! Update: We’ve now been using it for almost a year of full-time travel, and we love it! It’s an inflatable cushion that has a positioning clip on each side to keep the lap belt in place and an optional clip to position the shoulder belt at the right spot. It’s an awesome portable car seat for travel! It folds up into a small stuff sack, about the size of a very compact sleeping bag. Inflating is a breeze and Jacob is learning how to get himself in and out. Note: not for use on airplanes. Read our full review or check prices here.

However, if you’re shopping for a car seat, it’s a good idea to shop for both seat and stroller at the same time. Not all strollers are compatible with all car seats. So while Aunt Edna’s nice shower gift of a luxury $500 stroller may be awesome, you may have to purchase a separate adaptor to make it work with your $200 car seat. If it will work at all, that is.


Another option that will save you from carrying either a car seat or booster seat for the airplane is a CARES Child Safety Device, which is the only harness that is approved for aviation travel by the FAA. A Cares Airplane Safety Harness is suitable if your child is between 22-40 pounds and under 40 inches tall. Installation is very simple and will require you to lower the tray table behind your child’s seat, place the strap over the seat and tighten the straps. Thankfully this does not prevent the person behind from having access to their tray table.

Do research beforehand the laws of your particular destination. Some do not allow taxi travel without a car seat and may not supply their own. This means you will not be able to take a taxi without your own car seat. In Switzerland, for example, a car seat is required until 12 years of age or 150cm and you will need these for taxis as well. They can be supplied but often this involves a high charge for the taxi to go and collect one and come back and may not work at all if you have more than two kids.

Snack trays and parent trays with decently sized cup holders are a real lifesaver for long outings. You don’t want to be stuck in the zoo on a hot summer day with no good place to store water for both of you. Having it right at hand will be very convenient. Of course, there’s always the chance she’ll play the “drop the sippy” game, but that’s where a second parent cup holder and extra storage baskets on the stroller can save the day.
Graco Contender — The Contender is an all-time favorite travel seat at CSFTL. It’s fairly lightweight, though heavier than the Scenera NEXT or SureRide. It boasts a no rethread harness, a straightforward seat belt installation, and the Holy Grail of airplane installation — a closed forward facing belt path that keeps the airplane seat belt’s buckle away from the child’s back.  Remember to ask for a seat belt extender, or buy one for yourself if you travel often.
As you might already be aware that Baby Trend is one of the leading baby products manufacturers and have etched their reputation for great quality. This travel system is just an example of it. The car seat weighs close to 11 pounds while the stroller is at 25 pounds bringing it all to 36 pounds, not bad at all considering that the stroller can accommodate up to a 50 pounds!
The Joovy Twin Roo+ is a double frame product that is lightweight, easy to fold, fits almost anywhere, and works with almost any infant car seat combination. With ample under seat storage, and the ability to install the seats facing either side, the focus is on convenience and ease of use with this economical infant car seat carrier. The Joovy Twin Roo+ also has a cheaper price tag that can help you save money in babies' first nine months while you determine what kind of double product will be best in the long run. As a result, you won't be limited to choosing from the few double options that work with two car seats attached. We think this consideration alone makes the Twin Roo+ a no-brainer for parents of twins.
Some parents had issues with the stroller seat reclining enough to be comfortable for their child. A few noted that the cup holders on the parent tray weren’t big enough to fit larger water bottles. Assembly proved to be difficult for some at first. Some parents didn’t like that the child tray had to be on and the stroller fully reclined in order to attach the car seat.
The Graco ComfortSport Convertible Car Seat has also made it into our reviews as one of the best travel car seats. For parents with younger children needing to use a rear facing car seat, take note of the Graco ComfortSport Convertible car seat. This car seat has been specifically designed to protect rear facing children to give you more peace of mind for their safety.
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