Is the Doona really worth it?
Yes, the Doona is safe, if it wasn’t I sure wouldn’t be using it. The Doona is considered one of the safest car seats on the market. It features 3-layer side impact protection, anti-rebound bar crash testing, a superior 5-point safety harness, and an ergonomic infant car seat.
Is Doona good for newborn?
Yes, the Doona is suitable for a newborn! As an infant car seat primarily, the Doona Infant Car Seat / Stroller can support your little one from when they weigh as little as 4 pounds, up to 35 pounds or 32″ tall – whichever comes first.
Is Doona a good stroller?
Overall though, the Doona is a GREAT infant car seat/stroller. Out of 10 stars, I would give this an 8. Aside from the no storage compartment and the wheels on my side door, this stroller is great, and I would HIGHLY recommend it.
How long can a baby be in a Doona?
Made by Simple Parenting, it’s suitable for infants from birth up to 12-15 months (Group 0+). Read our review of the Simple Parenting Doona pushchair.
Is the Doona good for long walks?
The Doona is a car seat first, said Roni Golombek, product manager at Simple Parenting. The stroller is a “mobility solution,” but it’s not meant for long walks in the park. The stroller portion of the Doona is what makes it stand out in the crowded infant-safety-seat field.
Does Doona ever go on sale?
Does Doona Ever Go On Sale? Yes, you can find the Doona on sale. However, one important thing to know is that only authorized retailers are allowed to sell the Doona. The Simple Parenting Company (the company behind the Doona) is very strict on when retailers can put their items on sale.
Is it safe to use Doona without base?
Yes. The Doona is certified for air travel (without the base). In most aircrafts, the Doona can easily pass through the airplane aisle and can be installed on passenger seats.
When should I stop using Doona?
The manufacturer recommends that you discontinue use of your Doona infant car seat after it has reached 6 years from the date of manufacture.
Can you jog with Doona?
Because they’re typically used to go over rougher terrain, they tend to have heavy-duty air-filled wheels, a comfortable suspension, hand brakes, parking brakes and high handlebars. Just be on the lookout for three-wheelers that are really “hybrid” models that you can’t really jog with!
Why is Doona sold out?
Due to global shipping restraints and high demand, re-stocking is temporarily irregular. Please make sure to sign-up below for back in stock alerts to be notified when your preferred color is available.
What is the difference between Doona and Doona +?
What is the difference between Doona and Doona+? There is no more Doona today on the market, only Doona+ is available. The difference is a minor change in the design of the head support.
Can a 2 year old use a Doona?
Unfortunately the Doona can’t be used as a stroller for an older child, so once your infant has outgrown the infant car seat, it’s time for a stroller that can accomodate your infant into their toddler or preschool years.
Is the Doona car seat stroller a luxury product?
No, the Doona Car Seat Stroller is not the most affordable, which can place it in the “luxury” category for some. But in reality, the price is very competitive when taking into account the innovation behind the car seat.
Is it easy to install a doona on a car?
The Doona is more challenging to install using the vehicle belt than much of the competition. The Doona has a color-coded belt path and a belt lock-off that should make installation easier. However, threading this belt and using the lock-off isn’t as simple as it should be.
Is the Doona chest sensor safe to use?
The Doona meets the Federal minimum requirements for safety and is considered safe. In our tests (identical to those performed by NHTSA), the Doona result for the chest sensor in the dummy was 60g.
How did the Doona infant car seat get its name?
The Doona infant car seat was the first product made by the Simple Parenting™ company and was named after the founder’s nickname for his daughter Danielle. The founder, Yoav Mazar, had a goal of taking his little one everywhere without fussing with a stroller and traditional car seat.