Gear Girl: Meet Nuna

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Have you met Nuna yet? This European import arrived in late 2012 and has been busy in 2013 releasing new products to the US market and gaining lots of fans. The Dutch-designed products are simple, yet sophisticated. Classy and uncomplicated. I've fallen in love with the simple lines, smart designs, and color scheme of every Nuna product I've gotten my hands on. Haven't met them yet? Let me introduce you.

Nuna baby gear

Nuna Zaaz: The Zaaz high chair was my first introduction to Nuna and it was love at first sight. The Zaaz high chair has a slim profile with lots of straight lines. It looks sleek and acts smart with an easy to adjust seat height, crevice-free design to prevent crumb build-up and the ability to transform to fit an infant, toddler or adult. The seat is comfortable for baby and the subdued color options mean that the high chair will compliment your decor instead of clashing with it. BUY here.

high chair

Nuna Sena: I have three kids and we travel a fair amount, so I'm very familiar with lugging around a pack-n-play and doing battle to get it set up. Unfortunately, all my experience wrangling travel beds is useless with the Nuna Sena. This portable crib is so easy to set up, the first time you do it, you may think you've missed a step. Somehow not done something right. But it really is that easy. Even better, it folds back up with one-hand. There are no bells-and-whistles. No included mobile and changing table (though it does have a bassinet option), but I'd much prefer something simple and effective than busy and a beast to set up. The Sena comes in two colors and two sizes to best suit your needs. BUY here.

Nuna Pepp: You'll be a fan of the Nuna Pepp stroller as soon as you open the box. Why? It comes, fully pre-assembled. No tools, no work, you simply open the box and are ready to stroll. It is compact, lightweight (only 19lbs), but can hold up to a 50 lbs. child, has amazing, one-handed maneuvering and is simple while still looking chic. The Pepp comes with a decent sized canopy, an extension handlebar and a small, but functional underseat basket. My personal favorite? It folds down with one step into a compact, 28.7" x 21.7" x 10.2", making it perfect for throwing in your trunk or storing in your apartment closet. BUY here. BUY here.

portable crib
nuna pepp stroller

Nuna Pipa: This infant car seat has lots to love. The Nuna Pipa weighs just 7.7lbs - this makes a big deal when you add the weight of your baby and all the places you'll be transporting your angel to and from. The canopy provides plenty of protection but also has a pull-out, UV-protected "Dream Drape" that protects your baby from wind gusts, visitor germs and the paparazzi - should they be following you. The seat is comfy and supportive and comes with a removable, infant insert, making the Pipa suitable for babes as little as 4lbs. One of my favorite features is the innovative car base. The Pipa base make installation easy with "green-means-go" lock indicators, letting you know when the LATCH attachments are secure and dual-bubble level indicators. The Nuna Pipa also has a stability leg that retracts from the base and braces against the floor of your back seat to provided added stability in a crash - up to 90% less movement during a front impact according to their study. Safe, smart and chic. A triple threat. BUY here.

infant car seat

Nuna Leaf: Sadly, this is the one Nuna product I haven't seen in person yet, but I can already tell I'll love it. I was never a fan of the bright color explosion many baby products bring to every corner of your house, and so I love the Nuna Leaf'ssubdued palette, simple design, and battery-free baby-rocking ability. It's pretty and will momentarily hold your baby so you can grab your first bite of food in hours or make a trip to the bathroom sans baby. And it will blend seemlessly into your living room. Brilliant. BUY here.

baby rocker

What's your favorite Nuna product?

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