Apramo All Stage review
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- Group 0 plus/1/2/3
- Not extended rear-facing
The Apramo All Stage is a 4-in-1 car seat that Apramo claims will adapt to each age and stage of your child's development, so it should last from birth up right until your child no longer needs a car seat. It has some nifty features, including a 360-degree rotating base, and integrated parent alarm linked to the belt unbuckling, and it's extended rearward facing up to 18kg which is around four years old. It's score is low enough to be a Don't Buy car seat. Read the safety alert to find out why.
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- Direction of travelRearward-facing/forward-facing
- Manufacturer URLwww.apramo.com
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