The Evenflo Transitions is the newest seat in the world of combination seats. It is a seat that offers a five point harness, a high back booster, and a backless booster. With several comfort and ease of use features, the Transitions is a wonderful option for keeping kids harnessed longer. Lets take a closer look at the seat.
Urbini hit the ball out of the park with initial release of the Urbini Petal car seat and now have a new rear facing only car seat that has done the same, the Urbini Sonti. Urbini was gracious enough to allow us to review this new addition to their product line.
Graco introduced the Nautilus 3-in-1 forward facing combination seat in 2007. The Nautilus quickly became a trusted, well-priced staple in that category of seats.
The Nautilus harnesses from 20-65 pounds, then converts to a high-back booster, then to a backless booster.
The Cosco Apt40 has been around for some time now and made a name for itself as a great budget seat. It had a major limitation in that once outgrown rear facing, it was outgrown forward facing as well. The new Cosco Apt50 has fixed that issue. Let’s see how the Apt50 stacks up its predecessor.
The Graco SnugRide Click Connect 35LX is one of several rear facing only seats in the Graco lineup. We’ve been given the chance to give it a test run and have been pleasantly surprised by how it does.
Considering a Clek convertible car seat, but you’re not sure which one is right for you? Have you read our review of the Foonf or our review of the Fllo but still can’t decide? The seats are very similar: both have anti-rebound bars (ARB). Both rear face to 50 lbs. and forward face to 65 lbs.
One of the rear facing only seats on our recommended list has gotten a makeover! Like most good makeovers, only a few things have changed. Without further ado, we present to you, the Cosco Light n Comfy.
Graco has a long history of rear facing only seats. The SnugRide Click Connect 40 is the king of the bunch!. Travel often? Take taxis as a main mode of transportation? Just want a rear facing only seat that will fit many children until at least age two?
Looking for a convertible that is easy to use from birth and can fit in a small space? The Maxi-Cosi Pria 70 with TinyFit is a great convertible seat that should fit your needs perfectly. The Pria 70 comes in two different models, with and without the TinyFit infant insert. This review will cover the model with the TinyFit.
When our friends at Safety 1st asked us what our readers might think about the idea of a convertible car seat with a 50 pound rear facing weight limit, we were thrilled to pose the question on our Facebook page. The comments were clear — such a seat would be a welcome addition to the marketplace.