Joie Spin 360 review
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The Joie Spin 360 has a one-hand spin feature so you can easily swap your car seat between rearward and forward facing. It's designed to keep your baby rearward facing for longer, up to 18kg (around four years old). But, as the name suggests, you can spin it 360 degrees, and easily turn it forward facing from 15 months, if you wish. Joie car seats have been hit and miss in our crash tests. Will this car seat put you into a spin? Read our test review to find out.
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