Nuna, founded in 2007, is a collection of smart baby gear with sleek, clean designs. From strollers, play yards, high chairs and car seats, Nuna has strived to meet the ease and functionality needed by new parents and growing families. I’ve never heard of Nuna, which was kind of shocking because their infant car seat is compatible with the high-end Norwegian brand stroller that I currently own for my 2-year-old son. During the event, I wished I would have known about the Nuna brand in 2014.
The Pipa infant seat is stylish, safe and provides the ultimate comfort and protection for new babies. It has an installation time of 5 seconds, and true lock installation which means it makes set up swift, simple and above all – safe. I personally love simple designs for baby gear and this infant seat is similar in style to what I previously used for my son.
Beauty and the Bump was invited to the launch of two new products: Rava Convertible Car Seat and Aace Booster Seat. I feel that these car seats, because they’re easy to install and use, will make mobility with young children simpler, and of course, safe.
The rava has laid back legroom, fuss-free adjustments, and a unique simply™ secure installation that makes setup a breeze.
o simply™ secure installation
o belt is best
o simply switch riding positions
o laid back legroom
o dual, flip-open cup holders
o 10 position recline
o one-hand, 10 position headrest
o no re-thread 2 position crotch strap
The rava’s rear facing capacity is 5-50lbs and forward facing is 25-65lbs. This car seat is meant to last through the years as your toddler grows.
Next, Nuna introduced the aace, its booster seat. The aace grows comfortably with your child and even converts to a no back booster. With its 3D growth system, the aace grows up to adjust with the height of your child, grows out to provide comfort shoulder width. Grow on with 3 depths giving growing legs plenty of support and space with legroom. There is also a recline feature for extra comfort.
I was really impressed with Nuna, especially with it being a new-to-me brand. I’m glad there are more options out there that align with my style and safety preferences, and also make my life as an on-the-go mom easier.
Definitely check out Nuna’s latest car seats. I’m sure you’ll be just as impressed as I. The Pipa is priced at $299.95, Rava; $449.95 and the Aace; $299.95.
When looking for a car seat for your child, what features are important to you?