When do you take newborn insert out of Doona?

The Doona infant insert is designed for smaller infants to position them correctly in the Doona. It should be used until your little one is about 11 pounds.

When do you stop using infant insert Doona?

Remove the Infant Insert once your baby has grown and the harness is too tight. The insert is intended for newborn babies typically up to ~5 kg (~11 lbs). Keep using the head support for as long as possible, for enhanced side impact protection.

When can newborn inserts be removed?

Generally speaking, it’s usually safe to remove the infant insert in the car seat once your baby is around 6 months old. You might be able to tell, just by looking, that your baby has outgrown the newborn insert.

When do you remove the Doona headrest?

We recommend to discontinue the use of a Doona car seat after 6 years from the date of manufacture.

Does Doona have newborn insert?

Free with every Doona is the Newborn insert that has been developed to provide a near flat ergonomic position for your baby and ensures the neck and spine are aligned in an ergonomic position.

Does Doona come with newborn insert?

Yes, an infant insert is included with the Doona Infant Car Seat / Stroller, so the Doona is safe for use with a newborn!

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Can you wash Doona insert?

The Doona Infant Insert can be washed. Before cleaning, check the care label sewn on each item, for washing instructions.

Does the Doona need a base?

Yes, the Doona includes a car seat base with purchase. You’ll want to keep this base in your primary vehicle for everyday use and may wish to purchase a separate Doona base for other vehicles. The Doona can be installed in a vehicle without the base, using only a seatbelt, making it convenient for travel and taxis.