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Iberry aacet’s been two years since the Nuna Pipa infant seat arrived, and now Nuna is adding to its family with a new convertible seat and a new booster seat.

While we haven’t seen them in person yet, both seats appear to be sleek and stylish, plus full of safety features, just like the popular Pipa. Here are the details on both.indigo rava

The Nuna Rava convertible car seat features a 50-lb rear-facing weight limit, making it one of a handful of seats with such a high capacity. It also features two “True Tension Doors” (one for rear-facing, one for forward-facing), which are panels that clamp down on top of the seatbelt, making for an easy and tight installation. A retractable Calf Support Panel adds extra legroom for rear-facing and provides extra support for forward-facing kids.

Rava Features:

  • Rear-facing from 5-50 lbs. and 49 inches or less
  • Forward-facing from 25-65 pounds, 49 inches or less, and suggested age of at least 2 years old
  • True Tension panels for easy installation
  • Retractable Calf Support Panel
  • Bubble-free recline—recline angle guides confirm the perfect riding angle
  • Energy-absorbing foam and side-impact protection pods
  • One-hand, no-rethread harness
  • Steel frame and reinforced belt path
  • Ten-position head support
  • Ten-position recline (five for forward-facing, five for rear-facing)
  • Two crotch buckle positions
  • Removable infant inserts (for babies 5-11 lbs)
  • Dual, flip-open cupholders that tuck away when not needed
  • Ventilation panels within the shell
  • Breathable, machine-washable fabric
  • Premium LATCH connectors
  • LATCH weight limits: 35 lbs rear-facing, 40 lbs forward-facing (Nuna prefers a seatbelt install)
  • Certified for airplane use
  • 10-year expiration

The Nuna Aace booster seat is a high-back booster that also converts to a backless booster. It features backless Aacerigid LATCH connectors to hold the seat in the car, which can help it from becoming a projectile in a crash. The seat’s shoulder wings adjust out as the headrest is raised, allowing for a more comfortable fit as kids grow. The Aace also features a three-position expandable seat depth to accommodate growing legs.nuna aace growth

Aace Features:

  • High-back limits: 40-110 lbs, 38-60 inches, minimum age of 4 years
  • Backless limits: 50-120 lbs, 38-60 inches, minimum age of 5 years
  • Rigid LATCH
  • One-hand, 9-position heigh adjustment
  • Shoulder system moves in/out in tandem with the height adjustment
  • Three seat depths
  • Eight recline positions (when used as high-back with rigid LATCH)
  • Energy-absorbing foam and side-impact protection pods
  • Removable, dishwasher-safe cupholder (additional cupholder available separately)
  • Ventilation panels and breathable, machine-washable cover
  • LATCH guides for easy lower anchor attachment
  • 10-year expiration

Both seats will be available in a range of solid colors: Slate, Indigo, Berry, and Caviar.

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The Aace booster seat is scheduled to start shipping to retailers Friday, July 15. Shipping for the Rava convertible is still to be determined, but we will update when we hear more.