Originally Posted by Godfather
Hello Vishal, didn't notice your earlier message. It was better to go with a traditional baby seat which comes with adjustable reclining angles. This enables your kid to have a sound sleep. I always have my kid inside this while going for long drives and has no issues and he will sleep on the move.
Oh yes I agree with you. I do have a baby seat in car which I will be using. I got this only to make sure that the baby is able to sleep just the way he does at home. I know it may not be safe if compared to seat but it sure is more comfortable. The plan is to shift the baby seat to front passenger seat when baby wants to lie down and put him in baby seat when he wants to sit upright. Also my baby does not love the seat much, so I doubt he will spend much time on it. I did not find comforting the idea of baby sleeping while sitting upfront in seat with his legs hanging out of seat.
The bed deflates in less than 5 mins, so it is very easy to take it off and go back to normal seating positions.