Rated 3 out of 5Â by Bethany Bonnici All-in-one sport convertible car seat
Not good for younger children. My son's head very far down when he slept. The seat wouldn't layback far enough, like an infant seat should & it said it was good for like 5#+ or something like that. And now that he's 19 months the straps cut into his neck, I had to add strap covers to prevent them from hurting him. The cupholder on the side thankfully is removable, when I had my younger son and moved the car seat to the side of the car I couldn't shut the door with it attached.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Sydney Love the car seat
I love this car seat, but now that my son is 2yrs old its hard for him to sleep. His head is always hanging to the side, but its great for babies & olders kids..
Rated 3 out of 5Â by ANGSWIN Good for a spare and short car rides...
I bought this for my son as soon as he turned one. We have had it for a year and have only used it forward facing. I would definitely recommend it as a spare seat for Dad's or Grandma's car and for short trips. I have nothing bad to say about it in these situations. However, it is not a great seat for extra long car trips. I say this because there is very little padding in the back (between the butt and the shoulders). My little one gets very uncomfortable after more than an hour and sometimes has red spots on his lower back where it has pushed against the structure of the seat. This is more noticeable in summer, because in the winter, he is often wearing a jacket which provides extra padding. I have a friend who has the exact same seat and her son has the exact same problem! Another reason that it is not great for longer rides is because his head always rolls forward when he is trying to sleep.
Since we are going to take a 13 hour road trip to FL soon, I am currently looking for a different seat that is more suitable for long distances. This one will go into Dad's truck. It will work great there!
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Hill Difficult to install
I've used this seat for both uses, rear facing and forward facing. Forward facing was a little easier install, but rear facing was especially difficult. It made a good seat once it was in properly, just a huge hassle when switching from one car to the next.