rear facing car seats

What is Extended Rear-Facing? Rear-facing has been shown to be 5x safer than forward-facing for young children due to their heavy heads and fragile necks. The CDC and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend children be buckled in a rear-facing car seat in...

As of January 1, 2017 children in the State of California are required to ride rear facing in their car seat until they’re two years old unless the child is over 40 pounds or over 40 inches tall. This mandate is a growing effort to protect our most vulnerable...


The Diono Angle Adjuster helps seats sit at a more upright angle - giving you more leg room in the front seat. Read more about this space-saving product!


The Diono Pacifica was featured by Pregnancy & Newborn Magazine! They love that it's rear-facing from 5-50 lbs and forward facing from 20-90 lbs in 5-point harness mode.    


Emily Reviews loves that Diono RadianRXT Convertible+Booster has a 10 year life, offers extended rear facing & fits 3 across. It's perfect for her growing family!


Tiffany Reviews loves that The Diono Rainier is a rear and forward-facing car seat with extended rear-facing capabilities from 5 to 50 lbs!    


The Diono Radian RXT convertible car seat was featured in a round-up of "High-End Products BabyCenter Moms Love.” These Moms deemed the Radian Worth It!


Read The 5 Deadly Mistakes Parents Make With Child Car Seats article featuring Diono and Allana Pinkerton to make sure you aren't guilty of them!  


Naturally Cracked reviewed the RadianRXT car seat & loved how the 5 point harness allows rear facing safely up to 45 lbs - read more, here