G3 Infant Car Seat Review Review (Orbit Baby)

G3 Infant Car Seat Review
What It Is

The Orbit G3 Infant Car Seat is a luxurious infant car seat for use with the Orbit G3 Stroller System. This seat has a deep cradle seat design and provides maximum side-impact protection because of the fully lined energy-absorbent padding. The seat also has an infant insert and the foam padding that can be removed as baby grows. The upholstery of the seat can be removed and machine washed with ease. There is no rethreading of the harness which makes this easy for parents. All fabrics used in this car seat are green fabrics and are BFR free, which makes it great for sensitive baby skin. Orbit has really kept the parent in mind with this car seat by including a flexible soft handle to help carry the infant car seat. The soft handle just molds into your arm for easy transport. Additionally, when this car seat is used with the car seat base in the car, parents are able to adjust the baby while facing them and then rotating the car seat to rear facing. The canopy is generous with an extra UV sunshade shield to block sun, wind, or rain. The Orbit G3 infant car seat can be used in the car rear facing only with or without the Orbit car seat base.

Why Is It Useful?

This is a cushy, comfortable, and luxurious seat for baby and does not overlook any design elements. The sleek design has a clean look while the practicality of the details help parents and babies alike. One of the most significant features of this stroller is the rotating car seat base that allows parents to adjust the child while facing then and then rotate the seat to rear facing.

Who It’s For

The Orbit G3 Infant Car Seat is for use with infants from 4-30 pounds.

What To Be Aware Of

The Orbit G3 Infant Car Seat is for use on the G2 and G3 stroller base or with the Infant car seat base for use in cars as a rear-facing car seat. The price reflects the Infant Car Seat and Car Seat Base. The Infant Car Seat can be purchased without the base.

  • Is It Useful?

  • Is It Worth It?

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy