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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love this seat, and will by again for new baby! We love it. It takes up less space than the Graco Comfort Sport we had for the first 2 kids, yet fits bigger! If we needed to, we could have fit 3 of these across the back seat of our old Nissan Sentry. Easy to adjust & install, seems comfy, easy to remove & replace cover, and fits our budget. Only 2 downsides: the seat cover shrank when I washed it according to the tag, making it difficult to put back on since; there is a big price jump between different fabric options even though the features are identical. I have recommended this seat to anyone who asks for suggestions!
Date published: 2016-07-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I do not recommend this seat for rear facing. I have tried multiple times to install this seat rear facing with the LATCH system strap. Epic fail every single time. I have only once gotten the seat installed correctly rear facing using the seat belt for the vehicle. Forward facing installs fine but rear is a nightmare.
Date published: 2017-01-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good car seat for its price We bought this car seat for Grandmas car. My now two year old still uses it rear facing. I love that it is light weight and pretty east to install. We haven't had any issues. The removable cup holder is a nice bonus on longer car rides. I recommend this car seat for older babies and toddlers only because in our car we could not get it to recline enough where I would feel comfortable putting my new born in. Other than that it's great for its price ❤️
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Okay seat This seat is NOT good for children smaller than about 9 months clothing. Before then the child's shoulders would be below the bottom harness slot, which is not safe for rear facing. Every child should be rea faced for a minimum of 2 years, ideally 4, so even with the later usage, you can still get a lot of life out of this seat. I bought it for my 2 year old when his Radian XT was close to expiry, and while it is a pain to learn to install properly, speaking with a CPST (check out the safe kids website) and following Car Seats For The Little's Guide to the Guide gave me a great install. My son just surpassed 3 years in this seat, still rearfacing with plenty of room to make it to 4. It claims it can fit 3 across. This rings true for the second row of my tahoe, but not the third row. It is fairly comfortable, light weight, and a budget friendly instore option. In the images, children who aren't mine have stickers on their faces, but the other 3 are mine. 8 year old in a no back booster, 6 year old in a high back booster, 3 year old in the Guide65 Sport rear facing.
Date published: 2016-12-20
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