Joie i-Gemm review
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If you're after a car seat that meets the latest safety standards, then the Joie i-Gemm baby car seat says its i-Size ready. It's approved for use rearward-facing with newborn babies up to 85cm or 15 months old. This car seat can be bought on its own or used with the Joie i-base or i-base Advance to make it i-Size. We've crash tested it belted in and using the i-base. Find out the results in our full review.
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- Direction of travelRearward-facing
- Manufacturer URLwww.joiebaby.com
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