Graco Nautilus - Reviews, Prices, Specs and Alternatives

Graco Nautilus

Graco Nautilus
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Compare Graco Nautilus with:

Graco Extend2Fit
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Safety 1st Grow and Go
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Review by Kathrina 0 0
Pros
  • Seat is steel reinforced ensuring more child safety;
  • Head support is completely adjustable, and can be moved by just using one hand;
  • Padded and adjustable armrests gives your child additional comfort;
  • When your child reaches the ag...
Cons
  • Not suit for infants as it is not capable of being installed rear-faced;
  • Harness can be difficult to adjust when installing in car.
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Review by Azanta Rezwana 0 0
Pros
  • 3-in-1 model that works as a front-facing position, high back booster and backless booster
  • Accommodates children from 20 to 100 pounds
  • Vigorously crash tested
  • 5-point harness system
  • Cup holder and storage space
Cons
  • Not suitable for rear-facing position
  • No recline positions
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Key features
  • Harness booster (22 - 65 lb.)
  • Highback booster (30 - 100 lb.)
  • Backless booster (40 - 100 lb.)
  • Safe Adjust Harness System
  • 3-position recline
  • Built-in 5-point harness system

Graco Nautilus is a very popular option on the higher end of the price range. It has quite a few popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Graco 4Ever Extend2Fit or Graco 4ever .

Graco Nautilus was released in 2015. There are dozens of newer convertible car seats on the market. Show newer Convertible Car Seats

Graco Nautilus is $114.18 more expensive than the average convertible car seat ($149.99).

General Info
Brand
Graco
Description
This is a 3-in-1 model, which can be used in a front-facing position for kids from 20 to 65 pounds, as a highback booster seat for children from 30 to 100 pounds, and as a backless belt-positioning seat for kids from 40 to 120 pounds. It features a cup holder and storage for small items, plus 3 different recline positions. Some customers note that the front buckle is not adjustable and can cause inconvenience for older kids.
Details
  • 3-in-1 convertible car seat gives you 10 years of use from four to 120 pounds
  • Front facing car seat from 20 to 65 pounds
  • Booster seats in high back belt-positioning mode from 30 to 100 pounds and backless belt-positioning mode from 40 to 120 pounds
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Child Restrictions
Age Range
At least one year of age
Weight Range Minimum weight to maximum weight
22-100 lbs.
Height Range Minimum height to maximum height
27-57 inches
Rear facing weight limit How long can the child sit rear facing in this seat? (weight)
40 lbs
Rear facing height limit How long can the child sit rear facing? (height)
1 inches
Booster seat Can the convertible car seat be used as a booster seat?
Yes
Installation
How the seat is installed If the seat is clicked into a base, the seat can can be taken out of the car easily with the child still in it.
Clicked into a base (the base is not movable)
LATCH Connectors What LATCH system connectors does the seat use to be secured in the vehicle?
Premium push-on LATCH connectors
Car Size What size vehicles does this seat work with?
  • Small (e.g. Toyota Prius)
  • Medium (e.g. Kia Optima)
  • Large (e.g. Dodge Charger)
  • SUV / Minivans
Adjustable features
Harness Type What type of harness is used to secure the child
5-point
Adjustable Recline Can the seat’s recline angle be adjusted?
Yes
Padding or insert included Extra padding is required to have a newborn or small baby fit properly in a convertible car seat
Yes
Adjustment Features How the straps and buckles adjust to ensure that the child is secured
  • The automatic locking retractor will not permit the lap belt to lengthen once it is
  • buckled. Tighten the belt by feeding the belt back into the retractor while pushing down hard on the child restraint.
NHTSA Rating
NHTSA Evaluation of Securing the Child National Highway Traffic Safety Administration of the United States ranking from 1-5, 1 being the worst and 5 being the best
2
NHTSA Evaluation of Ease of Use National Highway Traffic Safety Administration of the United States ranking from 1-5, 1 being the worst and 5 being the best
3
NHTSA Evaluation of Installation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration of the United States ranking from 1-5, 1 being the worst and 5 being the best
3
NHTSA Evaluation of Labels National Highway Traffic Safety Administration of the United States ranking from 1-5, 1 being the worst and 5 being the best
1
NHTSA Evaluation of Instructions National Highway Traffic Safety Administration of the United States ranking from 1-5, 1 being the worst and 5 being the best
5
Physical Features
Color Mouse over a color for a picture
Matrix
Fern
Valerie
Weight of the seat

21 lbs
 
Dimensions
2.1 x 1.8 x 1.6 ft
Premium Features
Detachable cover Does the car seat cover come off and on easily?
No
Machine washable cover Can the carseat cover be put in the washing machine?
Yes
Stroller system compatible Can this car seat be used with a compatible stroller system?
Yes
Size
Size Variations Mouse over a size variation for a picture
Ages
12m - 8y, 24m - 8.3y
Popularity 0-100 scale indicating how frequently people buy the product online. Recalculated daily.
96 / 100
Release Date
25 Feb 2008, 19 Mar 2015
Warranty
1 year from date of purchase.
Return Policy How long the trial period is and what the return policy is like
If such a defect is discovered during the limited warranty period, we will, at our sole option, repair or replace your product at no cost to you.
Model Numbers Mouse over a model for a picture
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Questions about Graco Nautilus

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What car seat is safest between the graco 4 ever and the Nautilus 65
Related: Graco 4ever, Graco Nautilus, Top Convertible Car Seats | Submitted by Athena 43 days ago

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-budget is $400 max.
-My one year old daughter will be using the seat. She is 28" tall and 19 lbs. now.
- We drive a Subaru Outback.
-We fly at least once a year on a cross country flight and will need to bring the carseat. I like the option for her to use it on the plane instead of checking it.
I am torn between the Diono Rainier/Radian or the Britax Marathon Click Tight.
Questions:
-Safety comparison.
-Is the side impact better for the Rainier? But then what did the Radian score better on the Insurance rating? That's confusing.
Thanks for your assistance. This decision is not easy!
Related: Diono RadianRXT, Britax Marathon ClickTight, Top Convertible Car Seats | Submitted by Katie 56 days ago

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I am having a hard time deciding between these two. My daughter hates the car seat and I am hoping once we transition, it will get better. They both have a lot of nice features but I'm wondering if anyone has had experience with both. Does your child prefer one over the other? Do you feel one is easier/safer than the other? Thank you
Related: Chicco Nextfit Zip, Graco 4Ever Extend2Fit, Top Convertible Car Seats | Submitted by Lakyn 68 days ago

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Which is a better car seat: Chicco Nextfit or the Extended2fit by Graco? which is easier to use? Please provide detail.
Related: Graco Extend2Fit, Chicco NextFit, Top Convertible Car Seats | Submitted by anonymous 104 days ago

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how do I install Sonus 65 in 2017 f-150
Related: Evenflo Sonus, Top Convertible Car Seats | Submitted by anonymous 116 days ago

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Hi.
I realize that all seats pass the same safety testing, but what makes Britax so much more expensive? Is it just the clicktight technology that raises the cost?
I had my eye on the 4ever, but my 7 month old looked really uncomfortable, as the head and back part of the seat is not flush resulting in babies head being pushed forward. Just looked like he would get a kink in his neck.
He seems very comfortable in the Grow and Go and the Britax Boulevard. money is no problem, but why pay more for Britax?
Thanks!
Related: Graco 4ever, Safety 1st Grow and Go, Top Convertible Car Seats | Submitted by anonymous 118 days ago

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