I’ve seen a lot of car seats and travel systems over the years. Between my husband and myself, we have 7 children ranging in age from 18 months to 24 years. That’s a big span and there’s been a lot of change in technology of everything over 23 years as well as a change in how we do things as parents. One thing that hasn’t changed for us is how important safety and comfort is for our children. That is why I am happy to share with you this combi shuttle travel system review.
The Combi Shuttle Infant Car Seat with the Shuttle Stroller was provided to facilitate this review. No compensation was received and all opinions expressed are my own.
Combi Shuttle Travel System Review – Shuttle Infant Car Seat With The Shuttle Stroller:
When I was offered the opportunity to review the Shuttle Travel System from Combi, I was really excited. Even though our littlest is 18 months, it’s important to me that he stays rear facing as long as he can. He’s still so little and rear facing is best when they are his age. The car seat in the Combi Shuttle Travel System is rated for up to 33 lbs. He’s been in the car seat both his brothers used a few years ago and it was time for something new. The Shuttle is perfect since he is only about 26 pounds and we’ll get a lot of use out of it in the next year. It’s also a really light weight seat to carry so even though I don’t do it often, we can still carry him in it if we want to.
Combi Shuttle Infant Car Seat Review
The Shuttle Infant Car Seat provides deep side wings with Tru-Safe® side impact protection for safe crash force distribution and a built-in anti-rebound bar to minimize rotational forces in front and rear collisions. This is the first car seat I’ve owned, or seen, with this feature. Installation of the car seat is easy with built-in lock-offs, wide belt paths, level indicators, and premium push button LATCH connectors. I love the level indicators because they are actually a liquid level, like you’d use in construction, rather than a little dot showing in a hole in the plastic like many seats have.
Why The Shuttle Travel System Is So Awesome
The car seat snaps securely into the stroller for when we are on the go and want to move him quickly from the car and is perfect for when he is sleeping and we don’t want to wake him. The extended adjustable canopy on the stroller meets the awning on the car seat for complete coverage from sun, wind, and rain. Both the Combi car seat and stroller are lightweight which make a huge difference in ease of use!
Combi Shuttle Stroller Review
The Shuttle Stroller is rated for up to 50 lbs so I know we can use this with any of our 3 small children. It’s easy to fold with only one hand, unlike some strollers that seem to require an engineer to get it unfolded or folded. It has a blanket pocket, cup holder, storage underneath, rear brake, adjustable head pillow, the seat reclines in multiple positions, and so much more! The stroller also has a 5 point safety harness which makes me feel so good. My guy is a climber and the harness means he is safe from climbing out when he decides he doesn’t want to be in it any longer.
I love the Shuttle Travel System from Combi and I look forward to using it for a long time to come.
The Combi Shuttle Travel System combines the classic Shuttle Infant Car Seat with the Shuttle Stroller to create a convenient travel solution for busy families. It is an average retail value of $379. You can learn more or order at combiusa.com. I hope I answered all your questions in this combi shuttle travel system review but if I didn’t just ask them in the comments so that I can!
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What’s your favorite thing about a travel system compared to a stationary car seat?