Is the Chicco Viaro Stroller Travel System a good choice for your family? Find out in our detailed review.

Chicco Viaro Stroller Travel System

The Chicco Viaro Stroller Travel System combines Chicco’s Italian fashion roots with a slim, sporty design that’s popular with many parents. The combo comes with the top-rated Chicco KeyFit 30 infant car seat. It has many features that busy families will appreciate.

This moderately priced system is a little cheaper than the Chicco Bravo travel system and should last a long while. Both car seat and stroller have generous weight limits, so even when your baby outgrows the seat, you can still use the stroller well into toddlerhood.

Here, we’ve compiled all the details, stats, pros and cons along with real customer experiences so you can decide if the Chicco Viaro is right for your family.

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Check out our detailed review of the Peg Perego Viaggio 4/35 infant car seat to see if it’s a good investment for your family

Peg Perego Viaggio 4/35 infant car seat

An updated version of the original, the Peg Perego Viaggio 4/35 now has a more modern look and a new base design. It’s pretty, but has a pretty hefty price tag. Other Peg Perego seats are usually highly rated and popular with parents.

You can understand why, considering this Italian manufacturer is well known for combining both style and function to create some of the safest and most stylish car seats on the market. It has a lot going for it, but will it stand up to our vigorous analysis?

What makes the Peg Perego Viaggio 4/35 stand out from the crowd?

One unique feature of this seat is an anti-rebound bar in BOTH carrier and base. In the carrier, the seat handle itself acts as the anti-rebound bar.

In the case of an impact, the anti-rebound bar acts sort of like a rollover cage in a race car, preventing rebound force. What is rebound force? Think of it as a secondary force after an initial impact. If you’re in a front impact, for instance, the rebound force will force your body or a car seat backwards.

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Discover whether the Diono Rainier 3-in-1 car seat is a good choice for your family in our 2018 review

Diono Rainier 3-in-1 - Review & Verdict

The Diono Rainier is a newly updated version of the high quality brand that is known for excellent safety ratings. It’s one of the few convertible seats (only 8 in the US) that allow for rear-facing children up to 50 pounds.

An impressive seat in and of itself, the Diono Rainier has a narrow profile and wide weight range, but it can be a considerable financial investment. Whether or not it’s worth its weight in terms of price is up to you. But we’ve broken down the details so you can quickly determine if it will be the best option for your family.

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Find out if the Evenflo SafeMax infant car seat with built-in anti-rebound bar is a good investment in our 2018 review

Evenflo SafeMax infant car seat

As one of the world’s leading baby product companies, Evenflo is a household name for millions of families. When first founded in 1920, the company focused on baby feeding products alone, including the first rubber nipple secured with a cap instead of being pulled over a bottle top.

By 1960, after recognizing the changing needs of modern-day families, Evenflo began offering complete nursing kits that included bottles, nipples, sterilizers, and accessories. Since 1995, the company has expanded its products to include bottle and breastfeeding equipment, strollers, car seats, and more.

Their car seat line includes infant, convertible, all-in-one and booster seats. Among their infant seat line is the Evenflo SafeMax, built with an anti-rebound bar in the base to better withstand rollover accidents. Let’s find out whether the extra safety measures are worth the investment.

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Discover whether the Chicco KidFit 2-in-1 booster seat is a hit or a miss in our 2018 review

Chicco KidFit 2-in-1 booster seat

Since its inception in 1958, the Chicco company has offered innovative children’s products to fit the needs of modern families. Safety and comfort are their main focus, but being an Italian company near Milan, they don’t ignore fashion. From car seats to apparel, you can count on Chicco to offer eye-pleasing styles that fit trendy tastes and decor.

By partnering with charitable organizations such as Mission Bambini and Operation Shower, Chicco is committed to keeping children across the world safe and giving back to those in need. Their testing facility, lovingly called The Happiness Lab, partners with ergonomists, pediatricians, parents and babies to stay up-to-date on the changing needs in safety and comfort.

Chicco has become a leading name in the car seat industry, which is why we review several of their infant and convertible seats. They tend to have excellent ratings in our reviews. The KidFit 2-in-1 is their first booster seat product, so let’s see if their winning streak continues.

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Discover the pros and cons of The Graco Milestone All-in-One car seat in our 2018 review

Graco Milestone All-in-1 Car Seat - 2018 Review & Verdict

In 1953, Rex Thomas, an engineer for what was then Graco Metal Products, needed to design new products for the company. He turned to his own experience as a father, asking how he could make parenting easier with safe, reliable baby equipment. The Swyngomatic, the very first automatic baby swing, was born.

They didn’t anticipate such a huge demand for them and sold millions over the next few years. By 1987, when Nate Saint developed the first Pack N’ Play portable playpens, Graco had become a household name.

Graco and their 1500+ employees around the world stand by their promise of making life easier with quality products that generations have trusted for their children. They are one of the major players in the car seat market, which is why we’re taking a look at the popular Graco Milestone All-in-One to see if it lives up to the hype.

Why should you consider this convertible seat?

Like most convertible seats, the Graco Milestone starts out as a rear-facing infant seat, then converts into a forward-facing seat and then into a booster seat when your child is big enough. They have pillow inserts to ensure a proper fit for small infants, which can be removed when they no longer need them. In booster mode, the back cannot be removed, however, unlike some convertible seats.

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