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Safety 1st Continuum 3-in-1 Car Seat, Hollyhock

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Posted on: March 2, 2017
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From baby to big kid the Continuum 3-in-1 car seat is there for your family through three different stages from 5-80 pounds. This adaptable car seat can be used in the rear-facing position from 5-40 pounds, and includes a comfy grow-with-baby pillow to give a smaller baby a snug fit. The pillow easily removes when no longer needed. Once in forward-facing mode, the Continuum keeps your child safer in the harness up to 50 pounds. When your child is ready to transition to vehicle seat belts, simply remove the harness to use the Continuum 3-in-1 Car Seat in belt-positioning booster mode all the way up to 80 pounds. In both rear-facing and forward-facing mode, harness holders keep the harness in an open position. This makes it easier for you to get your child in and out of the car seat. No more fishing for the harness and clips from behind your child – they’re right there when you need them. The Quick Fit Harness offers additional convenience in both of these stages by letting you adjust the height of both the headrest and harness in one quick and easy step, making it simple to give your growing child the best fit. In booster mode, the headrest still adjusts easily on its own so that you can continue to get the best fit for your child. The Continuum is simple to clean with a machine washable and dryer safe cover that removes easily from the seat. The pad attaches to the seat with snaps so there’s no need to remove the harness or disassemble the car seat. Just unsnap and lift the pad away to put it in the machine. The cup holder is also designed to be easy to clean. Just twist it out and put it into the dishwasher to get rid of the goopy buildup that ends up in every kid’s cup holder. The Continuum is designed to provide more comfort to you and your other adult passengers too. It takes up less room when placed rear-facing, giving up to 7 inches more leg room for grownups in the front seat.

Product Features

  • Extended Use 3-in-1 Car Seat: Rear-facing 5-40 pounds, Forward-facing harness 22-50 pounds, and Belt-positioning 40-80 pounds
  • Side Impact Protection
  • Harness holders: with the harness held back, it’s easy to get your child in and out of the seat
  • Grow-with-baby pillow for a comfortable ride
  • Quick Fit Harness for easy adjustment of both harness and headrest in one simple step
  • Side Impact Protection
    Harness holders: with the harness held back, it’s easy to get your child in and out of the seat
  • Harness holders: with the harness held back, it’s easy to get your child in and out of the seat
    QuickFit Harness for easy adjustment of both harness and headrest in one simple step
  • 3-position recline, machine washable and dryer safe seat pad, and 1 removable, dishwasher-safe cup holder

    Takes up less space in the back seat

comments

  • AlphaSheWolf010
    Posted on March 2, 2017 at 12:09 PM
    It's nice. Hard to get it to be secure in ... It's nice. Hard to get it to be secure in the car. It moves alot more then it should. Downfall is even with air on baby still gets very hot in it.Update***** was in a car accident and a woman ran a red light and hit me. This car seat was amazing!! My daughter didn't move. She cried but was uninjured. I have a concussion. I will definitely be getting another one to rwplace the one I lost.
  • antchi
    Posted on March 2, 2017 at 12:21 PM
    Happy with it We began using this with my 7 month old. She's now 10 months are we are pleased with it so far. She just took her first long road trip in it and did great! It is easy to operate which is a huge plus. My only complaint is that it is quite large. We can't recline it at all in our Mazda CX5. It would have been nice so she could sleep easier during our road trip, but other than that we're very happy with it.
  • John Smith III
    Posted on March 2, 2017 at 12:48 PM
    We have three is these. I'm just now needing ... We have three is these. I'm just now needing to raise the back and make the straps grow with my daughter. I just noticed it was as simple as twisting the two knobs at the top of the back rest and pulling up. No rethreading of the straps needed. In 10 seconds I had it adjusted to the next largest size.
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