Swandoo Albert + i-Size Base review
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- I-Size baby
The Swandoo Albert car seat is approved to the latest i-Size R129 regulations and can be used by children measuring 40cm to 85cm, which is from birth to around 15 months. It's got some interesting features, including glow-in-the-dark seatbelt guides and a six-position adjustable head rest. We've sent it to the lab to be put through our tough crash and user tests. Read the full review of this infant car seat to find out how it did.
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- Direction of travelRearward facing
- Manufacturer URLHttps://swandoo.com/
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