The Graco Tranzitions isn’t the newest seat on the market but it is among the most narrow. We’ve been fans of this seat since its debut because it’s a nice option for tight three across situations but there is a caveat — the installation, especially the vehicle seat belt install, can be quite challenging, so
The Chicco MyFit is a much-loved forward facing only combination car seat in the United States. Its narrow width, high harness height, and high standing height limit in harness mode make it a go-to for taller kiddos – especially in tight 3 car seats across scenarios. The seat has hit the Canadian market and our
The Evenflo Maestro is a workhorse of forward facing only combination car seats. It is lightweight, budget friendly, and is straightforward to install and to use. All of these things make the Maestro a terrific option for air travel. Let’s take a new, refreshed look at this seat that has become a staple in the
The KidsEmbrace slogan is “making safety fun”, and they do! What could be more fun than riding in a Batman car seat? How about Cinderella? KidsEmbrace has a stunningly large number of car seats with characters on the cover, and they’re adding more all the time.
Adding SnugLock to the already solid Nautilus is such a welcome change! Converting a well-loved car seat that fits a variety of children well into a simple to install car seat that still fits a variety of children well adds so much value to this seat.
The Evenflo Maestro has long been a popular forward facing only combination car seat. It’s gained quite a following as a lightweight, easy to install car sat for travel. Evenflo has updated this old favorite with a few new features, including updated cupholders and a much larger belt path while keeping it just as versatile and affordable as the original.
The MyFit brings all of the features that we’ve come to expect from Chicco into their first forward facing only combination car seat that works well in both harness and booster mode.
Combination car seats fill an important gap in the car seat market — forward facing only seats that allow children to remain in a harnessed car seat until they’re truly ready to move to a booster seat. We’d like to introduce the Cosco Finale, which comes in at the staggeringly low suggested retail price of $49 for the base model and $59 for the more plush cover.
At the 2016 ABC Kids Expo, our team discovered a new car seat manufacturer with a very unique offering. The Sentry Guardimals combination seats aim to appeal to children who have favorite stuffed animals with characters including a bear, a tiger, a monkey, and a puppy.
This portable harnessed car seat used to be known as the SafeGuard Go but now goes by the name IMMI Go. This lightweight, combination car seat stores in a handy bag and converts to a backless booster seat.