The Grows4Me fit all of our models well — from 3 days to 9 years old. There is but a smattering of car seats on the market today that could make such a claim! So families who would like to get that full 10 years of use from one car seat could conceivably do so with this seat. The primary difference between this seat and the Graco 4Ever is the lower anchors — this seat has the still functional, but harder to use standard j-hook style, while the 4Ever has premium push button lower anchors. Families who know they’ll primarily be installing this seat with a vehicle seat belt or who don’t mind the standard lower anchors have a great option in the Grows4Me.
Our team here at Car Seats for the Littles have been fans of the Chicco NextFit line since it was first released. Both the original Chicco NextFit and the Chicco NextFit iX Zip have some terrific ease of use features that we’re very fond of, so naturally we are excited to have the opportunity to
Nuna’s line of Canadian car seats includes the Pipa and Pipa Lite rear facing only car seats, and the AACE booster seat. We’re excited to see that Nuna has entered the Canadian convertible car seat market with their RAVA convertible car seat. Let’s take a look at this new car seat and see what changes
Graco’s TurboBooster family of booster seats has expanded once again! Please join me in welcoming the TurboBooster Grow with RightGuide to the family. This high back booster converts to a lightweight backless booster seat that has a surprise inside! The RightGuide is described as a “seat belt trainer,” that lifts out from the backless portion
Sunshine Kids first released the Radian convertible car seats in November 2005, and some of the oldest CSFTL kiddos rode in those seats! Since that time, Sunshine Kids became Diono, and the Radian has gone through a few sets of changes. Recently, Diono has revamped the Radian family of products once again, introducing a new take on these familiar seats. The updated radian 3RXT multimode car seat loses a capital R in the name and adds some interesting new features.
Our Canadian team would like to extend a warm welcome to Baby Jogger. The City GO is an excellent addition to the Canadian seat market, and provides a versatile seat that is lightweight, easy to install and adjust, and fits a wide range of babies well.
It’s hard to find a car seat that’s inexpensive, lightweight, AND compact. The Safety First Guide 65, also known as the Safety 1st SportFit 65, Cosco MightyFit, and Eddie Bauer XRS 65, is a long loved convertible car seat that packs some desirable features into a low price tag. Though this seat goes by many
Our challenges with installing the seat lead us to assert that the Recline N’ Ride could be a good choice for children with special needs who require a deep recline when forward facing but it may not work well in some vehicles. It’s also quite limited in booster mode since our models struggled to buckle themselves into the seat.
The Maxi-Cosi Jool isn’t a new convertible car seat– it’s been on Canadian store shelves since 2015. Our fair readers from the North have questions about this seat and now, we’ve got answers! The Jool offers so many great colour options and a is well-padded seat that presents a few challenges because it’s so darn large.
Evenflo has offered a few multimode car seats over the years, starting with the Symphony, then moving on to the SafeMax. Both of those models are still available today but the product line has expanded to include the Evenflo EveryStage DLX. This multimode car seat has an innovative recline setting that helps the tiniest of