How long can a baby stay in a Doona car seat?
How long can a baby stay in a Doona car seat? Doona car seats don’t have a limit by age but by weight. Thus, the optimal limit is 28 pounds and around 12 -15 months of age. Some parents do keep their child in Doona until 24 months.
Can babies sleep in a Doona?
Doona does not state if there are time limitations that a baby can sleep in the Doona. However, many car seat manufacturers and professionals (including doctors and safety experts) recommend that babies should not be in a car seat for longer than 2 hours at a time and they should be taken out frequently.
Is Doona safe for newborn?
Yes, the Doona Infant Car Seat Stroller is safe for use with infants from birth up to 35 pounds or 32 inches tall, whichever comes first. It is also safe for use on an airplane, as it is FAA approved.
Why is Doona banned Canada?
Before anyone asks, Doona is actually banned in Canada as well because the angle of the car seat is not adjustable and hence considered unsafe according to Canadian standards. Don’t even try to sneak it through the border – it’s subject to a ton of fines and voided insurance.
Is Doona safe without base?
Yes. The Doona is certified for air travel (without the base). In most aircrafts, the Doona can easily pass through the airplane aisle and can be installed on passenger seats. Make sure to contact the airline company in advance.
Is the Doona safe without the base?
Yes, the Doona includes a car seat base with purchase. You’ll want to keep this base in your primary vehicle for everyday use and may wish to purchase a separate Doona base for other vehicles. The Doona can be installed in a vehicle without the base, using only a seatbelt, making it convenient for travel and taxis.