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Pipa Infant Car Seat Base
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Pipa Infant Car Seat Base

Outings with your newest addition should always be safe, stress-free and a snap. Mission accomplished with our PIPA’s base – the perfect companion for our superbly secure and cleverly chic infant car seat.

Sporting a steel stability leg– plus its smart, simple and secure true lock™ installation system – our base assures ultimate baby safe keeping. Along with a 5-second install and green-for-go safety indicators, this base makes set up a cinch. No more fussing and fretting means more time for cooing and cruising.

true lock™ installation makes set up swift, simple and above all — safe
installs to car in 5 seconds with 2 easy and instant steps
accommodates the award winning – sleek, chic and super secure – Nuna PIPA infant car seat
steel stability leg helps minimize forward rotation during impact by up to 90%*
indicators on the stability leg and lower rigid attachments (LATCH) minimize installation error
dual bubble level indicators confirm correct angle
a LATCH-free option allows the base to be installed securely with a vehicle seat belt
the PIPA releases from the base with just the push of a button
easy base release buttons make switching between vehicles a snap
stability leg folds under base for storage when installing without the stability
multi-position base accommodates various car seat angles
*when compared to a system that is not using a stability leg
SKU Pipa Infant Car Seat Base
Ship Weight 15.00 lbs
 
price: $150.00
Quantity
  • Materials
recommended use: 4 to 32 lbs, and up to 32 in
product dimensions: h 8.3 x w 17.5 x d 28.2 in
product weight: 14 lbs

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