When it comes to among the most desired premium baby strollers that are frequently compared, many moms come down to a short list of two strollers: The Bugaboo Cameleon 3 and the 2015 UPPAbaby Vista. At quick glance, they look very similar in how they function and look. While there are many similarities, there are also some major differences on these strollers — some of the differences will be more appealing to some parents and not as desirable to other parents.
We hear questions like, “What is the best stroller?” or “Is the Bugaboo Cameleon3 worth the extra money?” or “How does the Cameleon compare to the Vista?”
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Convertible car seats are the only seat for babies that switch from rear-facing to forward-facing. Unlike infant car seats, a convertible car seat doesn’t have a “base”, and it’s not designed to fit on a stroller.
Children should face rear in the car until at least 2 years old, if not older. Recent studies consistently show that children are less likely to suffer injury in a car accident if they are facing rear in a properly installed car seat.
Many parents choose a convertible car seat because this type of seat has easy adjustments to accommodate growth spurts, to comfortably fit a wide range of heights and weights. Also, the right convertible car seat will last for years – from birth to kindergarten!
A baby develops so quickly from birth to age 2, the right crib mattress is important for where the infant will spend 8 to 12 hours of each day. Especially for the early development in babies, a baby mattress is more than just a sleeping surface. It’s the surface on which so much growth and muscle development happens. See More
The 2015 UPPAbaby Mesa car seat is currently scheduled for release at the end of May, 2015.
The 2015 UPPAbaby Mesa car seat base will fit all model years Mesa car seat and will be available by the end of April 2015.
The 2015 UPPAbaby Mesa has a couple enhancements:
- Softer fabric
- One pound lighter in weight
The 2015 UPPAbaby Mesa car seat will be available in Jake, Denny, Lindsey, Georgie, and Pascal colors.
4MOMS POWER-FOLDING, COMING SOON IN MINI!
4Moms made a hit with its power-folding Origami stroller, and in early 2016 it is introducing the Origami GO, the compact stroller that opens and closes on its own.
For moms and dads with one arm holding a baby, and the other arm holding a bag of groceries, the self-opening/folding function of the mini Origami GO is an invaluable feature; all in a package weighing less than 16 lbs.
ORIGAMI GO FEATURES
- Power-fold & unfold
- On-board power generators
- Daytime running lights
- Cell phone charger
- LCD information display
- 3 position seat recline
- Large removable storage bag
- Operates as travel system with accessory car seat adaptors