Rated 5 out of 5Â by JA37 Great carseat
I originally bought the Diono Radian RXT, but after reading reviews, returned it for this one. I liked the price better and the fact that it didn't have the head wings. I read that recommendation on another review and appreciated it. My daughter is too short for the head wings and will be for quite some time; others mentioned that they got in the way when trying to put their children in. The car seat is the sturdiest car seat I've ever installed. It feels like part of the car with absolutely no budging at all. We've never been able to get our chicco next fit as tight and sturdy as this one.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by nhchick7 Radian 120 vs RTX
I have found that I am liking the Radian 120 much more that the RTX (which I tried out at a baby store). The R120 offers the same weight and height features as the RTX, just with less color options and no headwings. I found the headwings on the RTX made getting my child into the seat harder than the R120 which she can just climb in herself (age 14months). Although the price is more than other competing brands I feel the steel frame provides added safety and am happy to know I can use this seat up to 120 pounds! PLUS SHOP AT KOHLS AND GET KOHLS CASH to help ease the cost!!!!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by rochelleybelle The only car seat you'll need to buy!
I just purchased my second of these seats. You can fit three across in the backseat of pretty much any vehicle. It can be used rear-facing, forward-facing, and then as a booster seat with the regular seatbelt once your child exceeds height and weight requirements for forward-facing (with the 5-point harness.)
Both my kids are long and lean, so I opted for this particular model due to the lack of headwings. I love the Radian car seats and recommend them to everyone who is car seat shopping!
Rated 4 out of 5Â by csproul Great carseat!
We purchased the Diono about 4 months ago and love it. My son is only 2.5 and about 30 lbs and fits nicely in it forward facing. It is super slim and SUPER sturdy. After installing, if you try to jiggle it, it goes nowhere! It's awesome like that. I can't say how easy or difficult installation is as our car makes it difficult for any seat. The only negative I have is that the pieces that snap into the buckle fall down so when you put the child in the seat, you have to dig next to them to find the buckle piece. This is common with many carseats though -- we were just lucky enough not to have to deal with that on our last one.