If you own an Orbit Baby G2 car seat base, please check out this important information regarding a voluntary recall due to the StrongArm knob detaching or failing to tighten the base.
Finally a booster for big kids that doesn’t look like a booster! Safety 1st hit it out of the park with this one. With the minimums to use this booster being 6 years old, 47 inches and 60 lbs., this is not a seat for the Littles.
The Combi Coccoro is a bit of a niche seat: it’s small, which means it fits great in tight spaces: both front to back and side to side (see how it stacks up to a variety of rear facing only seats here). But the downfall to a small seat is that it isn’t the longest lasting, it will be outgrown by most kids rear facing by age two and forward facing by age three.
Graco has four convertible car seats that are essentially the same seat: MySize and Size4Me. In this review, we’ll take a close look at the MySize. The features and measurements mentioned in this review apply to all variations of the seat.
One of the struggles we hear about from caregivers centers around unbuckling their Littles from a harnessed car seat.
Sometimes, caregivers are eager to transition their Littles to a booster too soon because the struggle to unbuckle becomes unbearable. Whether due to arthritis, a Little who struggles during the process, or cracked skin, this can become a real problem.
The Evenflo Maestro is the workhorse of combination car seats: it doesn’t have a lot of flashy features, but for under $100 it will harness the average kindergartener. And for that, we love it!
One word comes to mind when I think of the Cybex Aton rear facing only car seat: COOL! The Aton is full of innovative features that make the seat easy to use and easy to install.
The Graco MyRide convertible car seat has been on the market for a few years now, and we love it for its affordability, extended rear facing capacity, and ease of use.
In the market for a low-cost convertible seat that will last your child a few years? The Cosco Apt40 is the way to go.
Looking for an inexpensive, compact convertible car seat after the rear facing only seat is outgrown? The Safety 1st Guide 65 is a great convertible for just this situation. The Guide 65 rear faces to 40 lbs or 40″ and is easily found in most bix box stores. Check it out!