Best Buys Reviews & shopping Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine Awards 2011/2012 Best multistage car seat Rather than splashing out on loads of different car seats as your baby gets bigger, why not try a multistage that grows with your child instead? 1 of Ad break Buying a car seat for every stage as your baby grows can work out really costly. Thankfully there are car seats that are known as multi-stage which grow with you baby. Learn more about multi-stage car seats and then take a look at the best buy multi-stage car seats which are up for a Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine award Graco NautilusThe Graco Nautilus is convenient for parents and children with its integrated cupholders and storage compartments. Perfect for long journeys for growing babies. Find out why mums love it in our Graco Nautilus review. £129.99 Recaro Young SportThe Recaro Young Sport longlasting child seat gives excellent safety from approx 9 months to 12 years. It's easily fitted with the car's own three point seat belt. £155. Read the review of the Recaro Young Sport Concord Transformer T ProThe Concord Transformer T Pro multi-stage car seat can be used from 9 months with its special impact cushion, right up to age 12. £201.99 Continue slideshow > Phil & Teds Tott xtrPhil & Teds Tott xtr is suitable from 9 months to 11 years converting from a stage 1 car seat to a high back booster seat to grow with your family. £129.95 Kiddicare Baby Weaves Opus Car SeatThe Kiddicare Baby Weaves Opus Car Seat is a long-lasting investment designed from 9 months to 11 years for just £45 Maxi-Cosi OpalThe Maxi-Cosi Opal can be used from birth until three and a half years old and in a rearward facing position for much longer. £220. Read the review of the Maxi-Cosi Opal Make journeys easy with these best buy travel items My Child Smart SportThe My Child Smart Sport has a one pull harness adjustment, removeable head cushion and seat insert for small toddlers and a five position recline. £89.99 Discover the best buy group 2/3 car seats Check out the best buy group 1 car seats By Daniella Delaney Comments Latest on MadeForMums Which pregnant celebs are due in 2018? Should you use amber teething necklaces? ‘Go-getter’ mum shares battle with PND, anxiety and post-birth PTSD Kate Middleton's exact due date - has it been revealed?