UPPAbaby Mesa i-Size Infant Car Seat - Jake
Great design is key to accurate installation the first day and every day. The MESA i-SIZE Infant Car Seat is R129 compliant and intuitively designed to easily install, thanks to innovative features that remove the guesswork.
Advanced Side Impact Protection
To ensure better head, neck and overall protection, MESA i-Size incorporates the first-ever side impact testing standards. MESA i-Size’s headrest utilises the absorption and recovery properties of both memory and EPP foam to provide advanced side impact protection.
Included robust infant insert
The removable infant insert ensures proper positioning in the carrier and better airway management for babies less than 60cm.
Keep baby comfortably cool thanks to a built-in ventilation system. Perforated holes in the shell of the car seat, combined with breathable mesh and EPP foam with vented channels, create more comfortable airflow.
Height-adjustable headrest with integrated harness system
MESA i-Size’s adjustable headrest integrated with a unique no-rethread, three-point harness eliminates the need to take the system apart as baby grows, providing a perfect fit to keep your infant safe and secure.
Hideaway canopy with UPF 25+
The extra-large integrated, extendable canopy provides more protection outside and conveniently tucks away when not in use.
The MESA i-Size paired with the VISTA or CRUZ stroller creates a travel system that’s the ultimate in portability and safety. No adaptors required! The MESA i-SIZE is also compatible with the MINU stroller, though you will need to purchase adaptors for that one.
- Advanced side impact protection
- Robust infant insert
- Ventilation system
- Height-adjustable headrest
- Integrated harness protection
- Hideaway canopy
The current safety guidelines advise that newborn babies are not left in their car seat for longer than 30 minutes. For babies 2-6 months, no longer than 2 hours. It is also safer to keep your child rear-facing for as long as possible - a minimum of 15 months but ideally 4 years. A child should never be in their harnessed car seat with a thick winter coat or snowsuit on.