You guys, this is exciting.
Safety 1st has come out with a stroller that has been made with a special blend of recycled materials, including recycled Safety 1st car seats. What?! It’s true. The RIVA Flex is manufactured and assembled with American and imported parts, and is stored at the company’s zero-landfill factory in Columbus, IN (I’ve been there! Cool American-based factory!)
It features a modular system that can be in 6 different modes with the infant car seat, including forward- and parenting-facing in the car seat, stroller and lie-flat carriage. It also has a “no-wake” carriage mode that allows you to easily transition the seat from its regular upright position into a lay-flat carriage without waking up baby. The high impact frame is made from recycled materials, which is rigorously tested to ensure sturdiness and reliability.
The infant seat is the American-made Safety 1st onBoard® 35 FLX infant car seat with side-impact protection for children 4-35 lbs (this is the seat we used for all 3 kids!)
It seems the only thing this stroller won’t do is solve 4 year old brother problems. Pick up this beauty at Target!
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All photos: Lucie Wicker Photography