Budget baby brand Safety 1st has unveiled a new range of flexible, multi-use baby equipment that will go on sale early next year.
The Safety 1st Connexion collection consists of a series of seats and frames which combine to create a full nursery and baby travel kit, including a travel system pushchair, pram, high chair, baby bouncer, car seat and freestanding carrycot.
Pushchair and high chair in one
Which? home editor Liz Edwards said: ‘The Safety 1st Connexion could represent a good deal for parents looking for an easy, low-cost way to buy a full range of baby equipment. You could easily spend more than £450 buying things separately.
‘However, since safety is the absolute top priority for a child car seat, we’d always recommend that parents buy a child car seat that’s been through our stringent crash tests, no matter how attractive a package.’
‘We’ll be getting hold of a sample of the Safety 1st Connexion system as soon as we can to bring you our first impressions.’
Our reviews reveal how other Safety 1st products have fared in the Which? test lab, including the lightweight and several Safety 1st car seats.
Safety 1st Connexion
The entire Connexion collection will cost £450 when it goes on sale in January.
Alternatively, parents can opt for the Connexion ‘Outdoor pack’ which will cost £250 and include a Group 0+ car seat, pushchair frame and seat, or the ‘Indoor pack’ which will cost £200 and include a rocking frame, high frame (to make a high chair), seat and carrycot.