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$160.68
Popularity: 100 / 100
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Everest II
Release Date: 14 Mar 2016
Brand: Safety 1st
  • The car seat built to GROW for extended use through 3 stages: Rear-facing 5-40 pounds, Forward-facing 22-65 pounds, and Belt-positioning booster 40-100 pounds
  • Side Impact Protection
  • Harness holders: with the harness held back, it's easy to get your child in and out of the seat
  • Grow-with-baby pillows for a comfortable ride
  • Quick Fit Harness for easy adjustment of both harness and headrest in one simple step
  • Harness holders: with the harness held back, it's easy to get your child in and out of the seaQuickFit Harness for easy adjustment of both harness and headrest in one simple step
  • 3-position recline makes it easy to get a good fit in your car with 2 integrated cup holders Takes up less space in the back seat, for up to 7 inches of extra room in the front with washable and dryer safe seat pad
$79.99
Popularity: 95 / 100
Color:
Victorian Lace
Seaport
Chambers
Chateau
Caspian
Release Date: 2013
Brand: Safety 1st
  • Rear-facing 5-40 pounds
  • Forward-facing 22-65 pounds
  • 5-point harness with center front adjust
  • Multi-position adjustable head rest for growing children
  • Anti-rebound bolsters. Seat pad is hand washable
Popularity: 87 / 100
Brand: Safety 1st
$109.99
Popularity: 84 / 100
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Color:
Black Magenta,hollyhock
Wind Chime
Chilli pepper
Hollyhock
Grey
+ 2 more
Release Date: June 2016
Brand: Safety 1st
  • Gender Girl
Popularity: 80 / 100
Brand: Safety 1st
$129.99
Popularity: 77 / 100
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Color:
Evening Tide
Silverbury Ash
Mineral Water
Phoenix Steel
Release Date: 3 Feb 2016
Brand: Safety 1st
  • BUILT TO GROW: The 3-in-1 car seat built to GROW for extended use through 3 stages: Rear-facing 5-40 pounds, Forward-facing 22-65 pounds, and Belt-positioning booster 40-100 pounds
  • SIDE IMPACT PROTECTION: The Grow and Go's side impact protection helps keep your child safe
  • EASY IN, EASY OUT: Harness holders keep the harness in an open position so it's easy to get your child in and out of the seat
  • QUICKFIT HARNESS: With the QuickFit Harness you can easily adjust both the harness and headrest in one simple step
  • WASH AND DRY: Machine washable and dryer safe seat pad features snaps that make it simple to take off of the seat; no fuss for truly easy cleaning
Popularity: 76 / 100
Color:
Happenstance
Release Date: 28 Jan 2014
Brand: Safety 1st
  • Rear-facing car seat from 5-40 pounds and 19-40''
  • Forward-facing car seat from 22-40 pounds and 34-43''
  • 4 harness heights and 3 buckle locations give growing child a better fit
$169.99
Popularity: 75 / 100
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Color:
Amaro
Brand: Safety 1st
  • The seat that adapts for multiple ages and stages: Rear-facing baby 4-22 pounds, Rear-facing toddler 15-50 pounds, Forward-facing in harness 22-65 pounds, and Belt-positioning booster 40-100 pounds
  • Air Protect Side Impact Protection for superior protection around the head
  • Harness holders: with the harness held back the straps won't get stuck under your child, making it easy to get in and out of the seat
  • 3 body insert pillows give a snug ride to smaller babies
  • QuickFit Harness for easy adjustment of both harness and headrest in one simple step
$76.90
Popularity: 75 / 100
Color:
Anna
Brand: Safety 1st
  • 3-IN-1 CAR SEAT - This Safety 1st convertible car seat takes carries your child through 3 stages: Rear-facing 5-35 pounds, Forward-facing 22-50 pounds, and Belt-positioning booster 40-80 pounds.
  • SIDE IMPACT PROTECTION - The Safety 1st All-in-One Convertible Car Seat includes side impact protection so that you can rest easy knowing that your little one is safer in the car.
  • QUICKFIT HARNESS - With the QuickFit Harness you can easily adjust the harness and headrest height in one simple step to help provide a safer fit for your child as they grow.
  • A CUSTOM FIT AS THEY GROW - A 5-point harness with up front adjustment combined with multiple front buckle and shoulder height options let you adapt the car seat to give your little one the best fit.
  • EASIER INSTALLATION - The seat is easier to install thanks to LATCH compatibility. Instead of using your vehicle's seat belts, click it into your LATCH-equipped car for a quicker install.
Popularity: 74 / 100
Brand: Safety 1st
Popularity: 73 / 100
Color:
Twist of Citrus
Twist Of Citrus
Plumberry
Release Date: 2014
Brand: Safety 1st
  • Super-extended weight range: rear-facing 5-40 pounds and forward-facing 22-65 pounds
  • Advanced cushion system protects your child's head, where it's needed most
  • G-cell HX patented foam with hexagonal shapes inside the seat provides superior body protection
  • Easy to identify color-coded belt paths and installation labels
  • 4-position recline for optimal fit to your car
$139.47
Popularity: 72 / 100
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Color:
Nightspots
Release Date: 14 Mar 2014
Brand: Safety 1st
  • Rear-facing for infants 5-35 lbs. and 19-36 in.
  • Forward-facing for infants 22-50 lbs. and 34-45 in.
  • Belt-positioning booster for 40-80 lbs. and 43-52 in.
  • QuickFit™ harness system easily adjusts from front
  • LATCH equipped for easy installation
$199.99
Popularity: 72 / 100
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Brand: Safety 1st
$179.30 (used)
Popularity: 68 / 100
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Color:
Aqua Mist HX
Blush Pink
Raven HX
Release Date: 16 Feb 2017
Brand: Safety 1st
  • 4-in-1 convertible car seat: Rear-facing for small babies 4-22 pounds, extended rear-facing for toddlers 15-50 pounds, forward-facing 22-65 pounds, and belt-positioning booster 40-120 pounds and 57" tall
  • 360 Protect provides 6 layers of safety: (1) Air Protect for superior side impact protection (2) GCell HX patented race car foam absorbs crash energy (3) Steel reinforced frame for additional stability (4) Motion control headrest contains movement (5) Deep seat structure shields child (6) Soft foam throughout the seat for additional safety and comfort
  • Crash tested from every angle: front, rear, side and rollover impacts
  • ClickClean machine washable and dryer safe seat pad, lifts away easily from the seat frame
  • QuickFit system for easy 10 position adjustment of both harness and headrest with one hand in one step
Popularity: 67 / 100
Color:
Yardley
Grey
Release Date: 28 Jan 2014
Brand: Safety 1st
  • Rear-facing: 5-40 pounds
  • Forward-facing in harness 22-65 pounds
  • Adjustable headrest grows with your child
$331.26
Popularity: 65 / 100
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Color:
Black
Release Date: 18 Sep 2015
Brand: Safety 1st
  • Rear-facing 5-50 pounds, Forward-facing 22-65 pounds, Belt-positioning booster 40-100 pounds
  • Air Protect + combines two incredible, patented technologies with other important safety features
  • Superior protection with Air Protect, an advanced cushion system that provides extra protection around the head, where it's needed most in a side impact crash
  • GCell HX uses patented foam and strong hexagonal shapes inside the seat to provide superior protection around the body;Steel reinforced metal frame for extra stability
  • Dimensions: 28.5 inches H x 24.5 inches W x 21.38 inches D
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We are looking for a different car seat for our 6 year old grandson he's 44 lbs and 45 inches very skinny . And tall we are unsure what to get .Where looking at Alpha Omega Elite car seat.
Related: Safety 1rst Alpha Omega Elite, Convertible Car Seats | Submitted by Angel 594 days ago

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I have a three year old, a 5 year old and a 7 year old. Which carseat would be best for all three?
Related: Diono RadianRXT, Britax Frontier G1.1, Convertible Car Seats | Submitted by Vanessa 705 days ago
A: Sitting three children in a back seat that are older

If you are sitting three across, the Radian Diono RXT seat would be best for all of them. It fits all stages. For your seven year old, you could buy the version that does not have the five point harness which is a tad cheaper. 

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What car seat is safest between the graco 4 ever and the Nautilus 65
Related: Graco 4ever, Graco Nautilus, Convertible Car Seats | Submitted by Athena 748 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, Convertible Car Seats | Submitted by Katie 761 days ago
A: Britax Marathon vs. Radian Diono

If you are flying, the Radian is definitely the better choice. It folds up and can be put in the overhead compartment. This is also a great feature if you have people at work ride with you at lunch or something and need the space in your vehicle. The Britax Marathon is a great seat, but very large. It would be a bear to travel with. I like both seats, but it depends on why and where you are using it. Do you have a small car? Do you have another car seat in the vehicle? Are you having another child? If you want a really safe seat that is both portable and comfortable and narrow, then choose the Radian. If you want a huge seat that is easy to put into the car, safe, etc but takes up half of the backseat, choose the Britax. They are both safe. I am buying the Radian for my car and the Britax for my Durango.

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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, Convertible Car Seats | Submitted by Lakyn 773 days ago

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