Infasecure Accomplish More Type G Restraint
The Infasecure Accomplish More is a super comfy, very stylish forward-facing (Type G) seat for those kids now forward facing and will be the seat they use until they are tall enough and of age to use adult seatbelts.
At Baby Things, we recommend that babies stay in a rearward-facing restraint for as long as they still fit, even though the law allows children over 6 months to use a forward-facing restraint. Rearward facing restraints offer far more protection as long as the child still fits in it. (Neuroscience Research Australia and Kidsafe. Keeping children as safe as possible while travelling in motor vehicles: A guide for parents, carers and road safety practitioners. Sydney: 2013) https://www.kidsafensw.org/imagesDB/wysiwyg/DetailedConsumerGuide.pdf
Baby Things recommend your child be approx 145cm when exiting restraints but remember some kids are longer in the legs and some in the torso - so use the exit markers on the seat as an easy guide.
The covers: bamboo charcoal moisture wicking and cooling. Colour doesn't really come into it Day or Night fabrics both stay cool. Lots of padding for bony bottoms on long journeys.
The safety technology: Infasecure's Secure-air and Air Cocoon Technology (A.C.T) work to vastly reduce crash energy - that's basically the speed of movement and force against the body at impact.
Harnesses: Twist and lift system to easily adjust the harness height means you can always have your child correctly fitted into their seat. This also makes the seat handy for grandparents and other carers of children of different ages at different times. Buckle holders and twist resistant harnesses are helpful.
Recline: a gradual recline system means you have more choice when it comes to reclining forward facing children - it's a twist at the front*.
*recline must be set before the seat is installed - changing the recline after installation can loosen the fitting.