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Useful stuff to make the most of your car seat

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Browse our gallery of products that are both cool and practical, to accessorise your baby car seat

Oxo Tot Flippy Snack Cup Expand Image Oxo Tot Flippy Snack Cup

Oxo Tot Flippy Snack Cup, £6,

The twist-on lid stays attached if the cup is thrown or dropped, while the soft-opening flaps keep spills to a minimum but provide easy access for little fingers.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Neck Support Pillow Expand Image The Very Hungry Caterpillar Neck Support Pillow

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Neck Support Pillow, £17.99,

Prevents your little one's head lolling forward during a snooze.
Back Seat Organiser Expand Image Back Seat Organiser

Back Seat Organiser, £9.99,

A handy way of keeping on-the-go essentials in one tidy place and within easy reach of your child. It attaches to the back of the front seat, and transfers easily to the back of a pushchair.
Trunki SnooziHedz Fox Travel Pillow and Blanket Expand Image Trunki SnooziHedz Fox Travel Pillow and Blanket

Trunki SnooziHedz Fox Travel Pillow and Blanket, £30,

An inflatable pillow and fleece blanket that connect together, ensuring that both items stay put instead of sliding off into the footwell of the car. Suitable for children aged two years and older.
Carnival Travel Gro-Bag Expand Image Carnival Travel Gro-Bag

Carnival Travel Gro-Bag, £25.99,

Keeps kids cosy when in the car past bedtime. A five-point seat harness can be secured through the zip opening, while a Velcro fastening closes it for home use.
Brother Max Easy Hold Sippy Cup Expand Image Brother Max Easy Hold Sippy Cup

Brother Max Easy Hold Sippy Cup, £3.99,

With wraparound handles that make it easy to hold and a leak-proof lid, this will keep spillages at bay when you're on the move.
Diono Ultra Dry Seat Expand Image Diono Ultra Dry Seat

Diono Ultra Dry Seat, £15,

A liner to keep nappy leaks, drink spillages and toilet training accidents contained. It also stops crumbs from getting trapped in the seat. Suitable for all car seats, it is machine washable.
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2-in-1 mirror, £16.99,

If your child's in a rear-facing car seat, this lets them see their reflection, as well as enabling you to keep an eye on them using your vehicle's rear-view mirror. Fits most headrests.

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