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Review Of The Graco My Ride 65 LX Convertible Car Seat

Graco My Ride 65LXThe Graco My Ride 65 LX is a convertible car seat with a high rear facing weight limit of 40 pounds.

As with all the Graco products the My Ride 65 LX has been crash tested to conform with US safety standards and to make sure your child is as protected as possible in both seat positions. The seat has also been tested for side impacts to make certain your child will remain in the seat during an impact. The sides are also lined with energy absorbing foam.

The seat is easy to install and comes with a latch that has an easy-to-read level indicator. Let’s have a look at what others are saying about the My Ride 65 LX: Continue reading

The Diono Radian R100 – Is It Worth The Money?

Diono Radian R100The Diono RadianR100 Convertible Car seat can hold children up to 65 pounds in the forward facing position or 100 pounds as a booster seat.

As the name suggests it converts to either a forward or rear facing seat. For added protection it’s recommended that you keep your child in the rear facing position for as long as possible. With the R100 you can keep your child in this position, rear facing, for a long time as this position has a maximum recommended weight of up to 40 pounds.

Features Of The RadianR100:
•    Convertible car seat with three positions – forward, rear and booster.
•    Holds children up to 100 pounds (65 forward facing and 40 rear facing)
•    Adjustable straps and various buckle positions
•    Alloy steel frame and reinforced sides Continue reading

A Look At The Combi Zeus 360 Convertible Car Seat

Every parent wCombi Zeus 360 Infant Car Seatants what is best for their child. When it comes to car seats there are a myriad of choices. One that is easy to install and designed to protect your child from impacts is the Combi Zeus 360 Convertible Car Seat.

The Combi Zeus 360 has a unique 360 degree turn that allows you to position the seat facing any direction. This means you can seat your baby in the Combi Zeus while the car seat is facing sideways towards you, and then turn the seat around so that your baby is rear-facing during travel for maximum protection. This also means taking your baby out of the seat is also very easy, even if he or she is sleeping. Simply rotate the seat until you find the position that is easiest for you to lift up your child. Continue reading