Best Travel System: Britax B-Agile 2016/B-Safe 35 Travel System

If you’re an on-the-move family, a travel system is the way to go.
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ByThe Bump Editors
Mar 2017
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Why a travel system? If you’re an on-the-go family—whether that means lots of day trips or lots of trips to the store—you’re going to need a stroller that can keep up. From car to stroller and back again, baby can hang out or sleep in the car seat whether you’re on foot or behind the wheel. The most convenient one moms routinely recommend is the Britax.


  • The transition from car to stroller is a one-handed motion, no adapters necessary. And a secure click tells you that you got it right
  • Safe for babies right from birth (4 pounds), you have the freedom to be on the move from day one
  • Level indicators and five positioning options on the car seat base allow for easy installation in any car
  • The car seat’s steel frame promises extra collision protection. And it still weighs in at under 10 pounds like most infant car seats


Safety and convenience go hand-in-hand with Britax, no wonder it’s a perennial favorite.

Price: $430


The Transformer of the baby gear world, this car seat literally becomes a stroller. Wheels unfold from the base and the handle extends to a push-friendly level, slightly over 3 feet. While it’s intended for infants and functions only as a rear-facing car seat, it’ll last up until baby reaches 35 pounds.

Price: $499

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