Jane Matrix Light 2 belted review
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The Jane Matrix Light car seat is an innovative, multifunctional car seat which can be used in your car in a carrycot format, or as a car seat. It's installed using the car's adult seat belt, and creates a 'lie-flat' position for your baby to travel in. Car seat experts say this is the best position for newborns and young babies to be in - not only for comfort, but also to help their breathing. We reveal how it did in our crash tests.
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- Direction of travelSideways and rearward-facing
- Manufacturer URLWww.groupjane.com
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