Purchasing an infant car seat is an important decision and a big investment for any parents. Britax, a trusted brand in terms of quality and safety, recently launched the Endeavours infant car seat, which they say was designed with “safety and mobility” in mind; and it does not disappoint!

The brand's new infant car seat has an anti-rebound bar, which can reduce rebound rotation by up to 30% in the event of a crash and features the Safe Center LATCH system, which helps you install the seat base properly and snugly with ease. But for those on the go, the car seat can also be installed with the seatbelt and has a “Built-in-Lock-Off” system that ensures a tight fit without breaking into a full sweat.


If, like me, you need an easy car-to-stroller transfer to tote a baby around in an urban environment while still going to school pick-up and soccer practice, you’ll enjoy the click-and-go system that works with any Britax stroller and that allows you to conveniently customize your travel system according to your family’s needs.

I also love the quick-adjust harness. It can adapt as your child grows without having to rethread the whole harness! My guys are tall and have been growing quickly, so this is a major time-saver that I know I will appreciate.

The car seats feels luxurious all around. Of course, the seat is well built and sturdy, but the fabric screams quality too. And though I know it will ultimately get used up, I know I won’t have to worry about my boys getting it dirty, as it has a cover that is easy to remove and wash.

Sarah Bean is a Brooklyn mom of two energetic boys. She’s called the Williamsburg-Greenpoint neighborhood home for more than decade. Sarah has a design degree from Parsons and worked in fashion as well as early childhood education before becoming a mom. Her focus is on all things baby, kids and mama – especially spaces, events, and clothing. When Sarah isn’t working on a project, you can find her trying to keep up with her two boys on scooters or bikes!

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