7 Best Convertible Infant Car Seats

New high-tech convertible car seats keep your baby safe from birth until he’s big. These models stay rear-facing until your child is at least age 2, then face forward for a bigger-kid boost! 

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Chicco’s Nextfit Zip Air

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Chicco’s Nextfit Zip Air

Mesh fabric in Chicco's Nextfit Zip Air keeps your baby cool and comfy, as do the nine recline positions. 5 to 40 pounds facing rear, 22 to 65 pounds facing forward. $370.

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Nuna’s Rava

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Nuna’s Rava

Installation of Nuna's Rava is a snap: Your seat belt locks under a seat plate for a snug fit. 5 to 50 pounds facing rear, 25 to 65 pounds facing forward. $450.

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Clek’s Foonf

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Clek’s Foonf

Clek's Foonf is made in North America! An insert called the Infant-Thingy cradles a baby. 5 to 50 pounds facing rear, 22 to 65 pounds facing forward. $450. insert $70.

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Britax’s Advocate Clicktight Arb

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Britax’s Advocate Clicktight Arb

Besides lots of side-impact protection, Britax’s Advocate Clicktight Arb features an anti-rebound bar. 5 to 40 pounds facing rear, 20 to 65 pounds facing forward. $470.

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Safety 1st’s Ultramax Air 360

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Safety 1st’s Ultramax Air 360

Talk about cutting-edge! The Safety 1st’s Ultramax Air 360 boasts race-car-level foam plus a steel-reinforced frame. 4 to 50 pounds facing rear, 22 to 65 pounds facing forward, booster to 120 pounds. $260.

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Diono’s Rainier

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Diono’s Rainier

Diono’s Rainier has memory-foam cushions that cradle your newborn for a safe drive. 5 to 50 pounds facing rear, 20 to 90 pounds facing forward, booster to 120 pounds. $380.

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Graco’s Extend2Fit

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Graco’s Extend2Fit

Once little legs grow, pull out the Graco’s Extend2Fit footrest to make facing rear more comfy. 4 to 50 pounds facing rear, 22 to 65 pounds facing forward, booster to 100 pounds. $250.

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