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A:This is not an infant car seat, so it does not require a base. You just install it and go.
rear face if your child is under 40lbs. Don’t let them tell you that you have to forward face
A:I can in a subaru legacy so I would say yes you can.
A:Actually, it’s 40lbs and 1″ from the red handle at the top (and that’s the part that moves as your child grows). Nowhere in the manual does it state 32″. This is one of the seats with the best/longest extended rear facing options, in terms of height.
A:It doesn’t have steel rods.
A:We recently traveled out of country and took this car seat with us. We did multiple flights and 3 different rental cars. This car seat was great! Most new cars that you rent have the LATCH system, and this seat was very easy to set up because of it. If the Golf has the LATCH system you should have no problems with it.
Do you already have the seat? If so, please read the manual and all of your questions will be answered. I’m not trying to be a jerk, but too many people don’t read the manuals and they contain life saving information about the correct use of car seats. The manual will tell you how to adjust the harness
A:Yes. It’s a pretty compact seat. If you Facebook at all , I’d recommend joining car seats for the littles. You can list your child’s stats, what kind of car you drive, and budget and they will recommend the best seat for you. That’s how I came about to purchase this one and am very happy with it
A:?????, I installed mine in a 2005 silverado crew cab in the middle of the rear seat and it barely fits with out hitting the front seats.It may be ok in the center, but on the sides there may be an issue with it hitting your front seats.
A:It’s cotton mixed and very soft, we live in south where normally temperature is 105+ in summer but if you have ac in your car you should not have any issue
A:I’ve found that if you pull the portion of the shoulder straps above the chest clip so that the slack is above the clip and no where else, the shoulder straps tend to get tighter when you pull the tightening strap.
A:Yes. You shouldn’t have a problem. It is not very wide. I have 3 across the back of my car with this graco in the middle because its narrow. It has the best safety rating for the size and price. I think it’s a perfect option for you!!
A:Yep. It has the smallest footprint of the many convertible seats I’ve owned.
A:My grandmother in law has one in her camry with no problems attached quickly and properly and works very well. Chest buckle is a little stiff for as while but all in al a great seat.
A:The covers and pillows may be machine washed cold on delicate cycle. The straps and buckles can be wiped with water but not submerged in water.
A:Yes, all car seats on the market must pass the same safety tests. No recalls on the new seats/buckles
A:The only difference is the color. Pierce is a gray/beige color and Harris mostly black. I have one in each color for our cars, we love them!
A:Yes, and it reclines for the youngest ones.
A:From what I remember versa hatchback has good rear space so Shd not b a problem. I’m not sure abt sedan though. This seat is not huge as compared o others in the market say maxi cosi…. So u Shd b able to squeeze in 2 average sized adults for anything other than long distance commutes..
A:It’s a light taupe/sand. The edges of the head and hip bolsters is a light grey.
A:No. Only infant car seats can be compatible with a stroller/jogger. Convertible seats aren’t meant for in and out transportation. They are meant for staying put in the vehicle unless you are transfering it to another car (without the child in it). If you have a young child, I would suggest an infant bucket seat if you …
No. Only infant car seats can be compatible with a stroller/jogger. Convertible seats aren’t meant for in and out transportation. They are meant for staying put in the vehicle unless you are transfering it to another car (without the child in it). If you have a young child, I would suggest an infant bucket seat if you are wanting to use the car seat to transport the child around outside the vehicle while the child is still strapped in properly (like in a stroller). Hope my response helps. I am a car seat technician.
A:Yes I would say so…it reclines as much as my infant seat (chicco keyfit) did.
A:Not sure. Ours is in an SUV middle back seat and it extends to the front. If we put it behind one of the side seats the person sitting in front would not be able to move their seats back to have leg room or be comfortable. It’s the best carseat but I’m not sure how it would do in a compact car.
A:We are happy to hear about your interest in the Size4Me Convertible Car Seat. The dimensions for the seat are listed below:Weight: 19.34 lbsOverall Height: 26″…
We are happy to hear about your interest in the Size4Me Convertible Car Seat. The dimensions for the seat are listed below:Weight: 19.34 lbsOverall Height: 26″Width: 22.3″Depth: 19.3″Unfortunately, we do not have a list of seats that will fit in each brand/type of car. Our car seats are designed to fit in most cars. If you would like to check the fit of this seat, you can test install car seats at local retailers. This will help you know if the seat will fit or not.
A:Yes it will, my daughter in law has the same car seat and it fits in her prius, rear facing and front facing.
A:I don’t know if you mean the harness straps or the attachment straps. Harness – make sure seat is in proper recline position for rear facing before adjusting. Check for any twists or tangles in harness straps Seat attachment straps – pull tightly, once you have attached to your seat latches
A:Yes, as long as that means the latch system. It will work. It comes with a strap for that.
A:The Size4Me has elastic straps with hooks to be removed and then feed the harness assemble through the fabric. It is no difficult, and takes only a few minutes.
A:We are happy to assist you with this information. This seat can not be used in the most upright position when using rear facing. It can only be used in position 1.
A:This is a great seat in general, if you’re going from an infant bucket to this I’m sure the reflux will be better due to a more upright position but if your child has reflux you should solve the issue in general, daily Prevacid with the chiropractor 2 times a week for a bit will help things drastically
A:In order to best assist you with your inquiry please contact Graco directly at 1-800-345-4109 Monday-Friday 8 am-5 pm EST.
A:Whenever your baby has good head control and doesn’t fit in them anymore…I got this seat when my baby was about 8 months and took them out right away as she didn’t need the head support and was too big (and she is on the slim side) for the body cushions.
A:We are happy to assist you with this information. This seat’s width is 22.3″.
A:It will depend on the manufacturing date on the seat you purchase. It should expire 7 years after the manufacture date.
A:I find these seats to be reasonably easy to take in and out, but I’ve honestly never had any other seat to compare. If they are able to use the latch system that would save the time and hassle of feeding the belt through under the seat if the child is rear facing, which is the trickiest part. I do think this seat is a …
I find these seats to be reasonably easy to take in and out, but I’ve honestly never had any other seat to compare. If they are able to use the latch system that would save the time and hassle of feeding the belt through under the seat if the child is rear facing, which is the trickiest part. I do think this seat is a little heavy, but I don’t mind because I think it feels really solid.
A:Please contact Graco Consumer care directly so that we can resolve this issue.
A:I have an old Jeep so I have to use the shoulder belt. There’s a way under and a way in the back. When rear facing, the belt goes under.
A:We placed ours behind the passenger seat in the 2012 Honda CR-V but it looks to me like it would be easy to place in the center using LATCH as well.
A:It does have room for that but you need small hands to snake it though. My wife and four year old son do this for me because my normal sized man-hands don’t fit through the seat belt gap.
A:This seat produces the same head slumping to occur.
A:Hi i am from Perú. I think it is big but if you are in usa now you can go yo walmart and see it there!
A:I drive a ’14 Jeep Patriot which has 51″ hip room. I would NOT be able to fit three full size car seats in the back. I have been able to fit two car seats (this one and a graco) and a booster (it’s still very cramped). I hope this helps.
A:I honestly don’t think it’s as bad as some people say. My 19 mth old seems very comfortable without the inserts.
A:It should be able to it’s pretty compact. I have an accord but it fits pretty snug especially in 2 gear
A:I am not the naker of this seat, just a mon with experience in a bad crash. I would say do not use latch with this seat. Use your cars seatbelt install. Read the book that came with the carseat for correct install.
A:Eventually, you’ll need another one.
A:You should be able to get away with this for a newborn since it would be a sad thing to have a baby that was less than 4 lbs, but this is a more ideal thing for a walking toddler because this is not detachable from your car… I’d highly recommend getting the B-Safe and the B-Agile travel system, or at lease the B-safe…
You should be able to get away with this for a newborn since it would be a sad thing to have a baby that was less than 4 lbs, but this is a more ideal thing for a walking toddler because this is not detachable from your car… I’d highly recommend getting the B-Safe and the B-Agile travel system, or at lease the B-safe carseat with a couple bases so you don’t have to wake your infant up all the time to get them out of the car… it’s nice to be able to get them out of a detachable carseat and set them right in the crib when you get home w/o waking them up. This is a large carseat… if you’re wanting to buy one carseat for the first 3 or 4 years, that might be the best thing for your wallet, but I am confident you would regret the inconvenience of this and I’m also confident it would not be as good for your little one due to the interrupted sleep all the time. The B-Safe lasted us until our little girl was about a year old when she was walking… once they are walking, no big deal to switch to a non-removable like this one. Just my thoughts.
A:My son is 41 inches tall and he fits fine – – even has room to grow still. Can’t imagine this seat not working out for you especially since you only want to stretch it for another year.
A:Although I don’t know the exact weight of the seat it is hefty but that’s not a bad thing. I have compared it to many other brands costing much more and this seat offers much more comfort as well as superior protection.
A:Yes, it has the latch system.
A:Although I have not tried, I do not believe you can disassemble the seat. It was all in one piece when I got mine. It looks like the seat may come off the base but it does not.
A:No, the seat is one large piece. From what I can tell there is no way to break it down.
A:Unfortunately not. This car seat is a convertible seat, and is not able to be taken in and out of the car like infant seats. The only seats I’ve seen that fit with strollers are the infant carseats.
A:I drive a 2001 Honda Civic and it fits rear facing in the middle. I’m pretty sure it would fit in a mid-size behind a seat. ?
My baby always slides down when he sits in the rear position, we cannot adjust the inclination in the rear facing , all we can adjust is the head rest position.I am not totally satisfied with this product..
A:It fits in my pontiac g6 so I think you should be okay. Keep in mind it is big
A:It seems plenty roomy for now, but my daughter is only 11 months so I can’t speak to how well it will fit in a couple years. But in all of my research I didn’t see any complaints about the crotch strap for this model.
A:Well, I may depend on the size of your car and car door. I have to kneel on back seat to reach in. The harness is easy to undo. Lifting out and over is not to difficult. The only thing about the seat I do not like, it has to little padding and is to hard for long trips.
A:If it is rear facing it is supposed to be reclined all the time. If it is front facing there are 2 options: 1 slightly reclined and 1 up right. You choose the position based on child’s age/height/weight. Not based on if they are sleeping vs awake
A:Yes. The added head support does a great job as long as they are reclined at an appropriate rear facing angle.
A:Above average padding for a one month old baby, good padding for a 1 year old or older.
A:Remove from car seat and loosen the belts and try fixing it back. It should work
A:no, I actually picked this one over all because it is very compact vs others. Im tall and still can sit comfortably (in my honda civic) with the carseat still on the most reclined position.
A:You do not re-thread the shoulder straps for this seat, they move with the headrest.
A:No, it can be used both ways.
A:It depends on how tall the driver is. We have a toyota corolla and scion xd and it sits behind the passenger seat, it’s a tight fit for the passenger at 5’9 and 6 ft.
A:I guess that depends on your perspective? It’s certainly significantly heavier than an infant bucket. I also have a radian and those have steel frames so it’s a feather compared to that. I’m able to carry by myself pretty easily from car to car but I’d hate to lug it through an airport. It installs pretty easily but o…
I guess that depends on your perspective? It’s certainly significantly heavier than an infant bucket. I also have a radian and those have steel frames so it’s a feather compared to that. I’m able to carry by myself pretty easily from car to car but I’d hate to lug it through an airport. It installs pretty easily but obviously nothing is as easy as click tight
A:No car seat base. It has the latch system and/or you can use a seatbelt to install. It has a lot of leg room rear facing. It should fit your son well.
A:There are two spots to select from for the crotch buckle placement.
A:We have our little guy rear facing in one of the captains seats in the middle row in our van. In this seat, the belt to tighten the restraints is accessible but I’m not sure if the same could be said if you had it hooked into a bench seat
A:3×4. box easily fit into my Honda civics trunk & backseat.
A:Here is how I do it. Click both of the LATCHes in. Then tighten the inside LATCH as much as possible. This will require that you lean the car seat slightly towards the inside of the car. Once the inside LATCH is super tight, you can how tighten the outer LATCH much more easily since you can do it from outside the c…
Here is how I do it. Click both of the LATCHes in. Then tighten the inside LATCH as much as possible. This will require that you lean the car seat slightly towards the inside of the car. Once the inside LATCH is super tight, you can how tighten the outer LATCH much more easily since you can do it from outside the car. Pull the outer LATCH as hard has you can. I’ve done this enough times now that I can do it on my own, and I can get it tight without having to do any awkward kneeing or sitting on the car seat while tightening the LATCH.EDIT: Just realized that my instructions are for a car seat that have independent straps on each LATCH, such as on a Britax. On this Graco, it’s much more challenging to secure as the two LATCHes share a single strap.
A:Need to adjust before installation
A:Material is soft and breathable no issues on that
A:Yes. It may not fit perfectly within the rear facing range in all aircraft, but depending on her age, you’d need to decide if you’d rather rear face slightly upright or forward face.