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Video: Riding Along with the Nuna PIPA rx (feat. the TAVO Next Travel System)

Video: Riding Along with the Nuna PIPA rx (feat. the TAVO Next Travel System)

If you're in the market for a travel system for your newborn, Nuna has you covered! The PIPA rx car seat has all the features that we love from the PIPA series, plus it's directly compatible with the Nuna TAVO Next stroller for when you need to get out of the house!

Like many car seats, the PIPA rx has a removable canopy with a flip out eyeshade. My favorite part though is that it has an extra bit of fabric, which they call a dream drape, that pulls down and attaches to the edges of the car seat with magnets.

This brand is devoted to safety in all aspects, so this includes safe installation—whether you use just the seatbelt or the included base. The new RELX base is seriously so easy to use that any parent can feel confident putting it in their car. We love the easy recline adjuster, the rigid LATCH system, the anti-rebound panel, and the load leg!

When you pair the PIPA rx with the TAVO Next, you're destined for greatness. This lightweight, compact stroller has a height-adjustable handlebar made of luxe leatherette material, and a glossy black frame. Its oversized extendable canopy provides extreme coverage, especially when paired with the PIPA rx's canopy.

Additionally, It has progressive front wheel suspension and new rear wheel suspension technology, plus newly upgraded rear rubber tires. You can lock it into place with the simple, one-touch, rear-wheel braking system. Lastly, it has a simple one-handed fold that collapses the frame into an accordion shape. The TAVO Next is extra compact thanks to the design of their fold-away axle.

Take a look at this travel system in our video:

Nuna is one of our most trusted brands. If you're looking for elegance and quality gear, this PIPA rx/TAVO Next travel system is perfect!

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