Nuna Pipa vs Clek Liing height and width



I’m looking for a car seat for my third baby due this summer. Both of my other babies were tall for their age and my boy had broad shoulders. My daughter fit in the Nuna PIPA for 10+ months with no issues but sadly we no longer have it. I’m trying to decide between the PIPA and the Liing. I like the safety features of both, but some reviews I’ve seen say that the Liing can be narrow and is often outgrown by 8 months or so. Anyone have experience with the Liing and can give me insight on the interior dimensions? It would be my first choice but I’m concerned it won’t last as long as other seats might.

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