Graco has over more than 20 car seat models out in the market. With this sea of options, how can the Graco MyRide 65 outshine the rest? Read on.
Two-Way Car Seats
You are entitled to your own opinion, but I will admit that I am also now a fan of the Cosco Scenera NEXT car seat. Read on why.
The Peg Perego Primo Viaggio Convertible car seat is not my primary choice for a child restraint system. Learn why.
The features of the Clek Foonf are impressive, but the price can be a turnoff. Why is it called the “mother of all car seats?” Let’s find out.
The Cosco Mighty Fit 65 DX is a budget-friendly two-way car seat. It is not that easy to tighten the straps in the rear-facing mode. You’ll also need to get a separate approved shoulder harness pad, so your child’s neck doesn’t get irritated from the straps. These are just a few of its shortcomings. Read on why, despite these, it’s not a useless seat.
The Clek Fllo Convertible Car Seat is a good but luxury seat. The base price doesn’t include many necessary things. Read on.
Some parents will advise you to just skip getting The Eddie Bauer XRS 65 Convertible Car Seat – another affordable two-way car seat that seems to be very similar to the old Safety 1st 65 car seat.
Is this seat worth the trouble?
Let’s find out.
Parents dig the idea that for less than USD100, you can get a “safe” convertible car seat with the Evenflo Tribute LX Car Seat. Learn more.
The Evenflo Tribute Sport convertible car seat is a basic and inexpensive seat that is only good for seldom use (i.e spare car seat). Without further ado, here are the highs and the lows.
The Graco MySize 65 Vs Size4me 65, also known as the Graco Fit4Me 65, and Graco Headwise 65 are practically ALL THE SAME.
They come with different fabrics and are sold by different stores using the above different names.
Although the Graco Headwise 65 has a “Safety Surround” in the movable headrest and a “premium” fabric, they all carry the same specs and offer the same performance.
Let’s dig in further.