Our comments: Very high weight limits combined with very tall top harness slots will keep kids in a 5-point harness longer than any other seat on the market. ClickTight installation system makes it a dream to install properly with seatbelt and acts as a lockoff too. Requires tethering over 65 lbs. but ideally should be tethered at any weight. 9-year lifespan before expiration. Kudos to Britax for putting a 2 year minimum age limit and reasonable lower weight limit on the seat! If you don’t have the room for the additional width of the Pinnacle model then look at the Frontier instead. The Frontier CT and Pinnacle CT both have a Best Bet rating from the IIHS. See Darren’s review of the Frontier 90 here and Heather’s review of the Pinnacle 90 here.

Another addition to the all-in-one car seat category, the Safety 1st All-in-One takes you from newborn bucket seat to toddler (rear-racing to 40 pounds) to elementary school (front-facing to 50 pounds) and, finally, to a belt-positioning booster up to 100 pounds. It’s all the seat you’d ever need – or want, considering this baby has side-impact protection and meets or exceeds Federal and ASTM Safety Standards. Keep in mind its front-facing weight limit (50 pounds) is lower than its competitors (65-70 pounds) – but its price is, too.


The Chicco KidFit is not our main pick because it did not prevent head contact in our side-impact testing, but otherwise it performed just as well as the Diono. It’s simpler to use than the Diono in some ways: it weighs 3½ pounds less, and is thus easier to move around; its push-button latches are less frustrating; and its tightening mechanism makes getting an extra-secure fit easier. Some parents may find it annoying that the back comes off easily when they’re moving the seat around, but that doesn’t affect its function.
Infant: These are designed for infants weighing as little as 4 pounds up to 22-40 pounds, depending on the model. These seats are always used rear-facing, attach to a stationary base and have handles for carrying. The base can be moved from car to car, but the carrier is a huge convenience – it allows you to carry your child around without disturbing her.
The infant car seat is one of the most important purchases you will make as a new parent. To help you make the best decision possible, three times a year we pull together new infant car seats and put them through hands-on tests to find the best and safest infant car seats of the year. In our testing, we consider Ease of Use, Flexibility, Baby Weight and Height Ranges, Safety, Car Size, and Stroller Types. Below we list the top 5 infant car seats of the year, followed by full reviews of over a dozen different models.

Recaro’s reputation for style, form and function live on with the ProRIDE, a convertible car seat that employs serious safety features: a vehicle belt lock-off mechanism (for use when forward-facing), PUR foam in the head restraint, and racing-inspired side impact protection. And rest assured your little one won’t sacrifice comfort for safety, as the ProRIDE also comes equipped with an ergonomic shell, breathable fabric, and comfortable cushioning.

Ontario’s Highway Traffic Act requires children weighing 18 kg to 36 kg (40 to 80 lb.), standing less than 145 cm (4 ft. 9 in.) tall and who are under the age of 8 to use a booster seat or allows the continued use of a forward-facing seat as long as the car seat manufacturer recommends its use. It’s best to keep your child in a booster seat until they reach the manufacturer’s recommended maximum weight and height limits.

Our comments: The Aton Q is part of the “Platinum” series lineup from Cybex and has some unique features not found on the other Aton models. The load leg vastly improves crash protection and telescoping L.S.P. enhances protection in side-impacts. The addition of a no re-thread harness and an improved, integrated canopy on this model are nice upgrades. This particular model will fit preemies and small newborns better than the other Cybex Aton models. Like all Aton models, the Aton Q has a compact shell which means it will fit well in small backseats but the drawback is that it will be outgrown by height more quickly than most other infant seats. Since the tensioning plate does not act as a built-in lockoff when installing with seatbelt, you must read your vehicle owner’s manual to determine how your seatbelts lock in order to properly install this seat. See our full review of the Cybex Aton Q here.


Most booster seats have a lower weight limit of between 30 and 40 pounds and an upper limit that’s often close to 100 pounds and 5 feet tall. But just because your kid has met the minimum weight requirement doesn’t mean it’s a good idea to rush to move them to a booster seat. To safely ride in a booster a child must also be able to sit still in the seat without slouching or leaning over. After reviewing the available data, some of us who have worked on Wirecutter’s car seat guides have opted to keep our own kids in a convertible car seat through kindergarten and beyond. Many of those seats, including our pick from our convertible car seat guide, can accommodate kids up to 65 pounds or 49 inches, which is well into grade school for most kids.
We call this type of car seat a combination car seat, and sometimes expand that to explain that it’s a forward facing only harnessed car seat that can convert to booster mode.  That’s a lot of words but it explains exactly what the seat is — a great option for a forward facing preschooler that can convert to a booster seat when the child is ready.   At no point are we inclined to use language that implies to anyone that we think a booster seat is an appropriate choice for a toddler.
Our comments: Budget-friendly seats for extended rear-facing! 2 year age minimum age for forward-facing use. Both Sonus & Stratos fit a wide range of kids – from small babies to older kids ready for a booster. Lightweight and great for traveling. LATCH weight limit is higher than most other seats on the market. These seats lack a lockoff for seatbelt installations so you must read your vehicle owner’s manual to determine how your seatbelts lock in order to properly install this carseat with seatbelt. Check out our Comparison of Convertible Seats Under $100.
Differences between Pria 70 and Pria 85: Both seats are rated up to 40 lbs. and 40″ tall in the rear-facing position but the minimum weight limits are different. The Pria 70 model starts at 9 lbs. and the Pria 85 models start at 14 lbs. The 70 model is rated to 70 lbs. forward-facing and the 85 model is rated to 85 lbs. Both seats have Air Protect cushions on the headwings for enhanced SIP. The Pria 85 model offers harness holders (clips on the sides of the seat that can hold the harness out of the way while loading/unloading).
The Evenflo Embrace Select Infant car seat is the least expensive option on our list, at less than $100! If you're interested in seeing some of our best infant car seats under $100, check out our reviews here. This car seat accommodates infants from 4 pounds up to 35 pounds. The car seat itself weighs about 13 pounds and most moms commented on how lightweight it feels compared to some other car seats. This seat includes an easy to use LATCH system for the base and the seat is easy to snap into and out of the base, and EPS energy-absorbing foam (though it does not have a steel-reinforced frame). The fabric is easy to clean though some complained that the fabric can get warm and is not very breathable. This car seat also comes with 3 shoulder harness positions so that you can adjust the seatbelt straps to their appropriate positions as your baby grows. It's important to note that this car seat can only be used rear-facing. One of the biggest complaints that parents had about this car seat is that the canopy is not very large. Parents were also disappointed that there weren't many color options to choose from. Overall, though, this is one of the best infant car seats for the price, and great for the budget-conscious buyer! Evenflo also makes the Evenflo Nurture Infant Car Seat, which is super cheap (like $50), but also super flimsy-feeling and limited in features. Here is the Evenflo Embrace LX Infant Car Seat, with different color options: Evenflo Embrace Select Infant Car Seat
About $280, and available in several color options. This is a newly released Chicco infant car seat that passed our hands-on testing with flying colors. We're excited to have it on our list, and think it's a great example of a high-quality, safe, durable, and versatile car seat. But it's also quite expensive, so keep that in mind when comparing it to the B-Safe. It has everything you've come to expect from a high-quality infant car seat: lower and upper infant inserts (for babies as little as 4 pounds), adjustable shoulder harness and headrest, two crotch buckle positions, EPS energy-absorbing foam, side-impact protection, lock-offs on base, large and removable canopy, bubble level indicators, premium LATCH connectors, removable and washable seat cover, and one-handed adjustments. The Chicco Fit2 expands on the already-great KeyFit 30 (see below). First, the Fit2 has two unique rear-facing positions, one relatively reclined for infants up to about 10-12 months of age (basically until they are able to crawl and walk), and a second one relatively upright with a bit more leg room. The second position is designed for toddlers up to about 35 pounds and 35" height (or 24 months old), whereas the Keyfit only fits up to 30 pounds or 30" tall. Second, the Fit2 has an anti-rebound bar built into the base, to reduce rotational forces in the event of an accident. Third, the Fit2 has more shoulder harness and crotch buckle adjustments to fit growing babies, and the shoulder strap height is adjustable without rethreading. Fourth, it supports up to 35 pounds (the KeyFit is up to 30). Fifth, we found the fabric to be generally plusher and feels higher quality, and the canopy a bit larger and higher quality. Finally, it's made in Italy rather than China, and because it supports up to a higher weight, it's also a bit heavier coming in at 11 pounds without the base. That's about it on the differences. With either the KeyFit or Fit2, you're getting a truly excellent car seat, though the Fit2 is better suited for parents willing to spend a bit more for added convenience and safety features. Limitations? Well, in our testing we found that it was heavier than even the B-Safe, making it either an inconvenience or an excellent work out! Second, upper shoulder and head space are a bit narrow, though removing the upper infant insert helped that situation. It's worth mentioning that it's not as narrow in the shoulders and hips as the B-Safe 35. Overall, this is a fantastic new addition to our list, and we're excited about it! Interested? You can check out the Chicco Fit 2 here.
One huge advantage it has over other seats is that the seat pad and harness covers snap on and off easily without having to unthread straps or remove the seat. They’re both machine washable and dryer safe. Harness holders keep the straps out of the way so getting your child in and out is easier. The flip-away buckle and ClipQuik chest clip also make getting in and out quicker.

Except, when you try to install it, you discover it barely fits. The LATCH straps won’t reach the hooks in the seat. It’s impossible to get the seat angled properly so baby’s head won’t slump. And no matter how hard you try, you cannot get it strapped tightly enough, so the seat is flopping around everywhere. There’s no way you can bring baby home in a car seat that just won’t work.
The Graco ComfortSport is a good convertible car seat for families on a budget. At under $100, this workhorse accommodates kids from newborn (5+ pounds) to toddler years (40 pounds, max), and throws in comfort and safety features like LATCH compatibility, EPS energy absorbing foam, an adjustable five-point harness, and installation level indicator. As with similar seats, keep in mind that you’ll probably have to upgrade to another convertible or all-in-one seat once your child exceeds 40 pounds.
Our Comments: Either is an excellent choice for extended rear-facing; they’re so tall that all kids will be able to rear-face in the 4Ever or Milestone until they reach 40 lbs. Easy to install in many vehicles but discontinue forward-facing installation with lower LATCH connectors and use seatbelt plus tether to install if child weighs more than 42 lbs. Since these seats lack a built-in lockoff for seatbelt installations you must read your vehicle owner’s manual to determine how your seatbelts lock in order to properly install these carseats with seatbelt. Milestone should fit average-sized full-term newborns well but may not be a good fit for low birthweight babies or preemies. 4Ever is better suited for smaller newborns. We have a complete review of the Graco 4Ever here and a complete review of the Graco Milestone here.

Features: 4-35 lbs.; up to 32″ tall; 4 sets of harness slots; 2 buckle positions; impact-absorbing base with SafeCell Technology; anti-rebound bar; allows European beltpath routing when installed without base; unique center-pull lower LATCH strap installation; premium push-on lower anchor connectors; built-in lockoffs for easy seatbelt installations; easy-to-read level indicators; extra large canopy; handle can be in any locked position during travel


Stroller Type: What do you intend to do with the car seat once it's out of the car? If your baby is sleeping, do you want to be able to pop the seat out and stick it into a stroller? If so, you will want to purchase a travel system or be careful to make sure that the seat will fit your existing stroller, or if you want to be able to use one of the relatively universal snap-in strollers, be sure to check compatibility. Graco has made compatibility questions easy with their Click Connect system, which ensures that your car seat will fit any stroller or infant car seat base that is also labeled as Click Connect. Though we definitely recommend buying the folding snap-in stroller that's the same brand as your car seat (for Graco car seats: Graco Snugrider Elite Stroller and Car Seat Carrier; for Chicco car seats Chicco Keyfit Caddy Stroller Frame), here is an example of a snap-in stroller that can accommodate several brands of car seats: Baby Trend Snap N Go EX Universal Infant Car Seat Carrier. Be sure to check out our best stroller reviews here, and our reviews of the best lightweight strollers here.
The Diono Monterey XT performed the best of the booster seats we subjected to crash testing, is easy for kids to buckle in and use properly, converts from a high-back to a backless booster, and comes with hook latches that are easily adjusted at the front of the seat. The Diono’s unique backrest adjuster helps the seat fit your kid better as they grow. Kid testers enjoyed the double cupholders, which push in and out, and the colorful fabric is easy to wipe down and comfortable to sit on. According to our testers, the Diono Monterey XT looks and feels nicer than many other seats we examined.
The Britax Advocate scores major points with us because it is one of the easiest convertible seats to install. Latch connectors make the process simple and quick, and the seat can be just as quickly uninstalled with the push of a button. The Britax is a larger seat that takes up quite a bit of space in rear-facing position; potential buyers should note the size of their backseat bench before purchasing. 
High-backs, or HBBs, are similar to a car seat in that they are a mini-sized seat, with a bottom and back, placed on your passenger seat. High-back boosters offer a guide through which you can thread the shoulder belt to make sure the fit is exactly where it needs to be. On some, the backrest can be adjusted for height, and most high-backs have padded headrests.
One huge advantage it has over other seats is that the seat pad and harness covers snap on and off easily without having to unthread straps or remove the seat. They’re both machine washable and dryer safe. Harness holders keep the straps out of the way so getting your child in and out is easier. The flip-away buckle and ClipQuik chest clip also make getting in and out quicker.
The Graco TurboBooster LX costs about half the price of the Diono and the Chicco seats and meets all of our criteria: it has a LATCH option, converts to backless, and has two cupholders. The Graco had a strong safety performance in our crash testing, though not as strong as the main picks’. It’s a straightforward, no-frills, quality booster seat that can keep kids safe and is easy enough for families to use.
High-backs, or HBBs, are similar to a car seat in that they are a mini-sized seat, with a bottom and back, placed on your passenger seat. High-back boosters offer a guide through which you can thread the shoulder belt to make sure the fit is exactly where it needs to be. On some, the backrest can be adjusted for height, and most high-backs have padded headrests.

Today’s baby car seats come with an attachment system that keeps them in place using built-in anchors and tethers in your car. However, most seats can still be used with the vehicle belt alone. Car seat manufacturers usually recommend using one or the other (with the exception of a booster seat). So always read your user manual or consult a local car seat technician to make sure you’re using the correct attachments.
Differences Between 4Ever & Milestone: 4Ever is rated from 4 lbs. because of its infant insert cushion and fits smaller newborns better than Milestone, which doesn’t have the same insert and starts at 5 lbs. 4Ever base has 6 recline positions (3 for rear-facing), Milestone base has 4 recline positions (2 can be used for rear-facing). 4Ever can be used as a highback or a backless booster, Milestone can only be used as highback booster.

Remember that all car seats sold today must meet or exceed federal safety standards that involve vigorous crash testing. You’ll see a lot of “side impact protection” features on many models that, while not dangerous, have not been part of any industry standardized testing. So, how much they add to the level of safety is debatable. They will NOT hurt your child, but they could hurt your wallet.
The upgrade Chicco KidFit Zip and Chicco KidFit Zip Air are the same seat as our runner-up pick but with zip-off covers designed for easy cleaning. The Zip Air also comes with extra padding and a leg rest, which testers didn’t find that useful, and both the Zip and Zip Air include a console attachment with a lid, which our kid testers loved to use as a private toy stash (the console is also available for purchase and fits into the regular Chicco KidFit cupholder, though a representative of the company told us that the console is not intended for use with seats other than the Zip).
Our comments: Don’t confuse these specific SnugRide SnugLock models with any of the other current Graco SnugRide models available (there are multiple Click Connect and SnugLock versions with various specs and features). The SnugRide SnugLock 35 DLX & Elite models both come with the premium SnugLock DLX base that we prefer. Both the DLX & Elite models fit preemies and small newborns well. Both have a tall shell so they also fit older babies and smaller toddlers well. The DLX model is currently only available at Babies R Us and BuyBuyBaby for MSRP $199.99. The MSRP on the Elite SnugLock model is $219.99 but it can often be found online for less.  See our full review of the SnugRide SnugLock 35.
The engineers at Calspan felt that the side-impact testing was best conducted with a dummy of a 3-year-old, because many high-back boosters have a 30-pound weight minimum, and NHTSA uses an identical dummy of a 3-year-old in its crash testing. Although this dummy is significantly smaller than a child that would ideally be relying on a booster seat, the protocol was the best option available for evaluating the relative safety of various booster seats, Calspan’s experts told us. “The 3-year-old dummy is standard,” said engineer Bill Horn, who oversaw the crash testing. We used the crash testing results to confirm our picks, and to help distinguish among them. As we tested only six seats, the results are by definition limited and should not be taken as evidence that any other seat is unsafe or would not perform adequately in a crash.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) tests all car seats before they are approved to be sold in the United States. Unlike safety testing for cars, ratings on a 5-star scale are not available for comparing overall car seat safety in the event of a crash. Child car seats are basically given a pass/fail safety grading by the NHTSA; if a car seat is available for sale in 2018, then it has passed current crash safety standards.

Though this seat meets or exceeds all safety standards in the US, it is made in China, so there can be some quality control issues. Some parents noted that food can get caught in the harness tension latch, which could hinder proper tightening. Always check the latch and clean any loose debris before using it. There is no backless booster mode, which some parents didn’t like.
Ease of Use: This is probably the most important factor to consider when purchasing a new car seat. You do not want to deal with a frustrating latch, annoying seat belt mechanism, clumsy chest clips, two-hands required handle folding, or an uncomfortable carrying handle multiple times a day. You won't care if you have the most stylish car seat on the market if you pinch your finger every time you fold down the handle, or find yourself cursing at the chest buckle while your baby is screaming. To put together our list of the best infant car seats, we tried out over two dozen options, putting them to the test with both calm and wiggly babies, with summer and winter outfits, and made sure they were not only intuitive to use, but also easy to buckle, unbuckle, attach to and detach from the base, adjust incline, rotate the handle, adjust the sun visor, and remove the cover for washing. In general, we found the pricier car seat options were the ones that are more user-friendly, but that doesn't mean you need to break the bank. There are some really great options for under $150.

Our comments: The Scenera NEXT is a good budget-friendly seat for babies and small toddlers. Just don’t expect it to fit many kids over age 2 or 3. Also nice for traveling since it’s so lightweight. If installing with LATCH isn’t an option then you must read your vehicle owner’s manual to determine how your seatbelts lock in order to properly install this carseat with seatbelt.  See our full review of the Cosco Scenera NEXT.  Also check out our Comparison of Convertible Seats Under $100.
Oh, be still our hearts. The Diono Radian®RXT (and its sister seat, below at #10) is the granddaddy of incredible car seats. At $300+, you may not think of this as a budget seat – but consider what you get for your money: an infant seat, toddler and preschooler car seat, and elementary booster seat (up to 120 pounds), all in one. And if that weren’t enough, the Radian®RXT is so compact, you can fit three-across in a mid-size vehicle; it also folds flat for travel. Huge bonus: it has a 10-year life, so it won’t expire before your kid outgrows it.
Want to save money on a car seat without sacrificing safety and quality? If so, the Graco SnugRide 30 car seat is one of the safest car seats 2019. Best of all, this car seat is the cheapest option available. However, it comes with some of the best safety features. The built-in 5-point harness system is impressive, to say the least. Thus, you spend less money but still get the best safety possible!
http://www.autobytel.com/car-ownershi... The combination car seat is a special category in that it is a forward facing car seat that includes a booster seat along with a high-back chair and harness. The combination car seat can be easily converted to a booster seat when the time is right. It is very important to check the weight limit of the harness. The concept is to allow for shoulder/lap belt use one your child reaches the right height.
Infant seats typically have a base that stays in the vehicle although most (but not all) models can also be installed without the base. This type of carseat is rear-facing only for infants up 30-something lbs. and is highly portable. For infant seats rated higher than 30 lbs., almost all babies will outgrow the seat by height before reaching the weight limit. You can purchase extra bases to use in other vehicles if that suits your needs.
Drawbacks: Most vehicles don’t have dedicated lower LATCH anchors for the center seating position (although there are some that do). Just be aware that if you plan to install this seat (or any other carseat that has rigid connectors) with LATCH, that you will most likely need to install in an outboard (near the door) seating position. You can still install Pipa in the center position, but most likely you will need to install the base with the center seatbelt. Not a big deal since the Pipa base has a nice lockoff but something consumers should be aware of.
We researched over 40 booster car seats, had five families try the top contenders to see how they performed in real life, crash-tested six finalists at a top lab—and determined that the Diono Monterey XT both performed the best and was a favorite with our kid testers. It was the only seat that prevented head contact with the car’s interior in side-impact testing, and with higher height and weight limits and more adjustability than the others it should last you and your growing kid longer.
Cons: Booster function is outgrown in height very quickly after the harness is outgrown by height, does not convert to backless, harness must be fully removed when switching to booster mode, lower weight limit than other combination seats, must remember to move crotch buckle out when child reaches 40 lbs, and narrow set harness straps may dig into child's neck.
Ontario’s Highway Traffic Act requires children weighing 18 kg to 36 kg (40 to 80 lb.), standing less than 145 cm (4 ft. 9 in.) tall and who are under the age of 8 to use a booster seat or allows the continued use of a forward-facing seat as long as the car seat manufacturer recommends its use. It’s best to keep your child in a booster seat until they reach the manufacturer’s recommended maximum weight and height limits.

Whether you’re using the seat with or without a back, belt positioning is crucial: the shoulder and lap belt should fit over the kid’s thighs and diagonally across their chest, not their abdomen, which could be injured by the seat belt in the event of a crash. The chest and thighs are stronger parts of the body and are better able to absorb the pressure of a seat belt. A 2003 study found that booster seats are more than twice as effective in reducing risk of injury when compared with seat belts alone.
About $115-150. The Graco Snugride Click Connect is one of the most popular and all-time best selling infant car seats on the market. For over a decade, Graco has been offering the SnugRide line, and people are very happy with it, but it's certainly without frills. Not as soft or plush as the B-Safe or Chicco car seats, and maybe not as stylish or available in funky patterns (like the Britax Elite Cowmooflauge, which is killer), but works pretty nicely and parents tend to like it. It's also about $50-75 cheaper than the Chicco or Britax, so that's something to keep in mind. Like our top-ranked car seats, this holds babies as small as 4 pounds (with the infant insert) and goes up to 35 pounds, and has a 32" height limit (which is quite high). It attaches with the traditional "hook" style LATCH system, or with the car's safety belt. It's side-impact tested, and uses EPS energy-absorbing foam for safety. Like the Britax (non Elite), the shoulder straps do require rethreading from the back as your baby grows. The seat itself is surprisingly lightweight, coming in at about 7 pounds, and we personally liked how easily it snapped into and out of the base. Speaking of which, the Click Connect system means that you can snap this car seat into any stroller or base that also uses the Click Connect feature. So that makes understanding compatibility with strollers and travel systems much easier. With the base, the combo weighs only about 15lbs (seat + base). In our testing, one of our chief complaints about this seat is that it didn't seem big or wide enough to fit babies over 25 pounds baby, especially if the baby has broader shoulders. We also thought the fabric wasn't quite as breathable or comfortable as it could have been, and some of the plastics felt flimsy. And no steel-reinforced frame here. Overall, this is a relatively basic car seat that will function quite well, is safe and reliable, but may not last your baby's growth for quite as long as the others. The SnugRide is the least expensive of the group, coming in at around $115-150. If you're confused about the giant range of Graco Snugride car seats, check out our SnugRide comparison tables here.
Every time you put your infant in a car seat, you’ll be using a harness and chest clip. You’ll have to tighten the straps enough to secure the baby. Look for clips, buckles and straps that are simple to use and tighten. They should be intuitive enough to use without having to consult a manual. No-rethread harnesses are wonderful for adjusting the harness height as baby grows.
Differences between Pria 70 and Pria 85: Both seats are rated up to 40 lbs. and 40″ tall in the rear-facing position but the minimum weight limits are different. The Pria 70 model starts at 9 lbs. and the Pria 85 models start at 14 lbs. The 70 model is rated to 70 lbs. forward-facing and the 85 model is rated to 85 lbs. Both seats have Air Protect cushions on the headwings for enhanced SIP. The Pria 85 model offers harness holders (clips on the sides of the seat that can hold the harness out of the way while loading/unloading).

Many parents choose to start their babies out in infant seats simply for the added convenience. Infant seats can easily be removed from your car, carried, and locked into a stroller since they include a detachable base. In terms of safety, convertible car seats are just as safe for newborns and infants as long as the weight minimum is met and they are used properly. Look for seats which offer a newborn insert to best fit a small infant.

Graco 4ever ​All-in-One	Graco Extend2Fit	Britax Marathon ClickTight	Graco Milestone All-in-One	Safety 1st Grow and Go 3-in-1	Diono Rainier All-In-One	Clek Fllo	Evenflo Symphony Elite All-In-One	Britax USA Boulevard	Maxi-Cosi Pria 85 Max	Graco Size4Me 65	Peg Perego Primo Viaggio Convertible	Chicco NextFit	Britax Advocate ClickTight	Evenflo Triumph LX 

Do you want to go above and beyond while buying the safest car seats? For a premium price, you get the safest car seats 2019 and so much more. This is a full travel system. Simply put, this is a safety set with a stroller and infant car seat. You move the car seat from the vehicle to the stroller. Thus, this is the most versatile option for parents!

Hold. The. Phone! Fellow parents, the Orbit Baby G3 turns the convertible car seat world on its head. Walk with me through these awesome features: Not only does the G3 boast side-impact protection, side impact braces, and a 5-point harness, but it also features non-toxic, Brominated Flame Retardant/BFR-free fabrics and is the world’s first convertible car seat to dock onto a stroller and rocker. Hello, beautiful.
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