Parents use strollers each day to make travelling with a baby easy. Some stroller companies sell stroller with added car seat capability, allowing parents to quickly and easily transfer a baby from the car to the stroller a quick and simple task. The Maclaren Techno XLR is a stroller design that allows such a feature. In this article, you will find top-rated car seats that are compatible with the Techno XLR.
Recaro Young Profi Plus
Maclaren retailer Baby&Co pairs the XLR with the Recaro Young Profi Plus. This infant carrier offers double-side impact protection, an adjustable harness system, high-quality ergonomic foam and either a three-point harness system or an Isofix system (sold separately). As of 2010, the Recaro Profi Plus costs about £91, and the Isofix base retails for around £58; it holds babies up to about 12.7 Kilogram.
Albeebaby identifies the Maclaren Techno XLR as compatible with the Britax Companion, the Peg Primo Viaggio and the Graco SnugRide. The Britax Chaperone -- the upgraded version of the Companion -- also works with the XLR and carries children up to 13.6 Kilogram. It has side impact protection, adjustable shoulder harness and head restraint and comes with an easy-to-install base. It also features an anti-rebound bar that fastens to the base to help stabilise the seat during front collisions. The winner of an iparenting Media award, the Chaperone retails at around £120 as of 2010.
Peg Primo Viaggio
Safe for children up to 13.6 Kilogram and certified for use in cars and aircraft, the Peg Primo Viaggio has adjustable side-impact protection, microfibre cloth for the headrest and padding, quick-release five-point safety harness and a base. Peg Perego claims this seat exceeds the most stringent side-impact protection test in the world and has a fail-safe buckle. The Viaggio comes in 13 fabric colour choices and, as of 2010, sells for about £130.
The Graco SnugRide comes with an easy-to-install base, and features removable head support and EPS energy-absorbing foam. Buyers can choose from multiple colours and patterns. According to its website, the £65 SnugRide has been "top rated by leading consumer publications," and holds babies up to 9.98 Kilogram.
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