Car Seats, Carriers, Travel Cots & Cribs
Those first family adventures are exciting and daunting and you naturally want to provide the same comfort and security that your home gives.
Our range of car seats, carriers, travel cots & cribs give you peace of mind knowing that your little ones will arrive safely, sleep soundly and return home already looking forward to the next adventure!
In addition to our award-winning travel products, you'll also find leading brands like Maxi-Cosi, Ergo Baby and BabyBjörn.
Car SeatsSHOP CAR SEATS
All of our car seats are suitable form birth and use the international safety standard ISOFIX system to ensure perfect anchorage in your car.
Baby CarriersSHOP BABY CARRIERS
Baby Elegance is a proud stockist of ErgoBaby and BabyBjörn baby carriers. Carry your little one safely and in style.
Travel Costs & CribsSHOP TRAVEL COTS & CRIBS
Our travel cots and cribs provide a comfy sleep space for your little one while also ensuring good air circulation at night time to allow for a safe sleep.
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Below you will find the most frequently asked questions we receive about car seats, carriers and travel cots & cribs. If you can't find an answer to your question, simply get in touch and of our customer care team will be happy to help.
Car Seat FAQs
Are car seat covers safe?
Car seat liners can be used in most car seats however items that restrict the removal of baby in an accident by covering the harness would not be recommended.
How do I check the expiry date of a car seat?
If you are unsure of the date on your car seat it is always a good idea to contact the manufacturer to ask them to check for you via a serial number or production
How do I fit a Maxi Cosi car seat?
Our in-store experts would be happy to run through the fitting of your car seat with you.
What is a stage 2 car seat?
Car seats a broken into groups generally which run from 0+, 1, 2, 3 and these advise the weight or size of the child that can use that seat.
How long can a baby travel in a car seat for?
If you are planning for a long trip with baby in the car seat it is always a good idea to stop from time to time to give baby time out of the seat. In general 3-4 hours would be the max time.
How old does my baby need to be for a rear facing car seat?
With the introduction of iSize car seats you can now rearward face for longer. Check out our range of rearward facing car seats online or in store.
How do I clean down the side of a car seat?
Hoover! A hoover will be your best friend when it comes to cleaning your car seat. If its hard to et down the corners you should be able to gently remove the cover to be able to get into the hard to reach areas.
How do I get mould out of a car seat?
Your car seat cover will normally be removable. It would be best to take the seat cover off and wash it to the manufacture’s recommendation.
Why should babies not wear coats in car seats?
Heavy coats can mean the harness strap of the car seat is not tightened to the correct level and could leave a gap between the harness and the child. In the case of an accident the air inside the coat will compress against the harness and cause excess movement.
Do charity shops take car seats?
Some may take them but it is not recommended to use a second-hand car seat as you don’t know the history of the seat thus a lot of the charity shops won't take them.
Do I need an Isofix base for a car seat?
Some seats require an Isofix base whilst others can be belted in directly or have a base built into them. Always check with your nursery expert in-store or online if your car seat will require a base or what the options are.
How long can baby stay in a Maxi Cosi car seat?
If you are planning for a long trip with baby in the car seat it is always a good idea to stop from time to time to give baby time out of the seat. In general 3-4 hours would be the max time
How long do car seats last?
Depending on how they are kept a car seat should last up to 10 years. Always make sure you keep your car seat in good condition when storing it if you plan to use it again.
Travel Cots & Cribs FAQs
How long can I use a bedside crib?
In general bedside cribs are from birth – 6 months or once the baby can sit up unaided. Once that happens it’s time to move to a cot or cot bed.
I’m planning to travel in the first 6 months, can I bring my crib?
Yes absolutely and this is recommended. Most of our cribs are easily folded for transport and baby sleeping in the same crib when you are away will help keep them calm at night by sleeping in familiar surroundings and smells.
Why do some travel cots have 2 levels?
Some travel cots come with a second level. This allows you to use the upper level from 0 – 6 months (or 9kg in most cases). You can ten remove that level and use the travel cot from 6 months + or as a play pen.
My baby is tall and it waking up when they hit the side of the crib, what should I do?
This is common with tall babies. The cribs are all designed within the dimensions set out by the safety standards so sometimes you can find babies outgrown the crib earlier then the 6 months. If that’s the case and space allows you could purchase a cot and keep in your room for a few more months. Alternatively you could go for a travel cot that will come in handy for a few years and keep that in your room for the time.