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Joie introduces Signature range

Joie Signature is a collection of some of the company’s most popular products, which ‘look smart and work smarter’.

Featuring a classic, neutral pallet with on trend earth tones and statement block quilting, the deluxe fabrics and super soft knits are complemented by power coated chassis and vegan suede and leather details.

The Signature range includes the i-Level – a lie flat lounger car seat featuring Tri-Protect head rest with Intelli-Fit memory foam.

The i-Quest reclining car seat features Tri-Protect memory foam, Guard Surround Safety side impact protection panel and removable inserts which snap into a variety of configurations to create a perfect fit as babies grow.

Spanning from birth to seven years old, the i-Spin Grow is easy to install and features a six-position recline and front and rear facing options. Meanwhile the i-Traver has ten different positions and Isofix connectors.

On the travel system side, the Signature collection includes the finiti and tourist pushchairs, and the aeria pram and ramble carry cot.


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