Convertible Car Seats
“We love this carseat! We love how the weight limit goes up to 45 lbs rear facing, and how tall it is for tall children. We also love the slim design! It fits well in small back seats. We are planning on getting another for #3!! ” --Michele May
“ I was lucky enough to have a big fellow at home and so I didn't have to get the infant seat before starting with the convertible. The built in infant cushion worked just fine for our purposes by the time we actually left the house with him.Actually, I was doubly lucky because a friend bought this for me and I didn't have to pay for it. She bought it for me because she so strongly recommended...” --Mommel
“ We got this carseat for my daughter when she outgrew the infant carseat that was given to us as a gift. I wish we had gotten this earlier. She fell asleep instantly in it. I love that the My Ride 65 can stay rearfacing until 40lbs. She is almost 3 and is still rearfacing. ” --MalloryBG
“ I bought this seat after much research. I love that my daughter can stay rear facing in it up to 40 pounds, love the heavy quality feeling of it, its sturdy build, the narrowness of it as I have a compact car. It feels like the quality item it is. What I do not like is the weight of it when i travel with it, or but the main thing I dont like is that it doesnt fit properly in my compact...” --kbvr
“I loved my Chicco KeyFit30 and when my son grew out of it we went with the Chicco NextFit. When I went shopping for a new carseat it was at the bottom of my short list, but it is the one I left with and the one I liked the best. I love the adjustable head piece. My son is very small for his age and knowing that the head piece will grow with him is a huge plus. At first,...” --amccarthy
“ Since I found out I was pregnant I had been looking for an organic car seat cover that completely replaced the VOC leaching one that comes with the car seat. Almost everything I found was just a cover that went over the original. I found a few replacements but they still used foam or recycled plastic. Then I found Nollie Covers I couldn't believe it, 100% organic cotton padded with 100%...” --KaraJMay
“ Our child outgrew his infant car seat way to fast, so we got this one that will hopefully last him till he's done. It goes from 5-35 lbs (rear-facing), 20-44 (front), 40-100 (booster seat). It had very high safety ratings and ease of use. Installation isn't the easiest and you need a big back seat to allow room for the reclining part of the rear facing features. I like the one-handed...” --mhemingson
“This seat was highly rated in Baby Bargains, so we got it for my DD. I don't like it! Tightening the straps is easy, but loosening them is difficult. Traveling with this thing is a PAIN: it's very heavy and bulky, making it difficult to carry through an airport and install quickly on the plane. And cleaning it? Taking of the cover is a difficult, involved process, and somehow liquids and...” --Mosaic
Safety Innovation for your Child. One of the most effective innovations in automotive safety is the crumple zone, the area of the vehicle that is designed to deform and crumple in a collision. The crumple zone absorbs energy in an impact, preventing it from being transmitted to the occupants. Much like the crumple zones that protect us in the cars we drive, the crumple zone system integrated...
The RadianR100 is a highly versatile car seat that could be the only seat you’ll ever need. It comfortably seats rear-facing children from 5-40 pounds, forward-facing children from 20-65 pounds in 5-point harness, then converts to a booster for children up to 100 pounds Built for strength and safety, the RadianR100 has a steel alloy frame, reinforced sidewalls, SafeStop energy absorbing...