What strollers are compatible?
Our full list of compatible strollers is available at US Stroller Compatibility for Liing and Liingo.
Who makes the adapters?
In most cases, the adapters are manufactured by their respective stroller brand. The Clek Car Seat Adapter for UPPAbaby* is made by Clek.
Why does it state that Liing/Liingo is compatible with Maxi-Cosi adapters and not Clek adapters?
Like many car seats, the Clek Liing/Liingo was designed to work with the Maxi-Cosi car seat adapters, as they are already available and universal with most strollers.
Where do you find out if a particular stroller has been tested and approved for use with Liing/Liingo - is there a database you can check?
This page is your best resource, as there is no central database for this information. Unfortunately, the physical packaging for the adapters doesn't always have the latest information, because it is not updated as often (or as easily).
Who does the testing to determine stroller compatibility?
In order for a car seat to be compatible with a stroller, it must pass the ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) technical standard for strollers. Some car seat and stroller brands have their own in-house testing facilities and may choose to complete this testing internally. Other brands (such as Clek) complete their testing through a certified independent third-party laboratory.
Why would a stroller brand say Liing/Liingo isn't compatible with their strollers, even though you have it listed as compatible?
It is up to the stroller brand if they wish to market Liing/Liingo as compatible with their strollers. They may choose not to market it as compatible, should they have their own infant seat. However, any stroller listed as compatible on our site has been tested by a third-party laboratory, so you can be assured that it is compatible.