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  • Extend2Fit 3in1 Convertible Car Seat
  • Extend2Fit 3in1 Convertible Car Seat
  • Extend2Fit 3in1 Convertible Car Seat
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Extend2Fit 3in1 Convertible Car Seat

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends children ride rear-facing until at least 2 years of age. Extend2Fit® features a 4-position extension panel that provides 5" of extra legroom allowing your child to ride safely rear-facing longer. The seat can be used rear-facing from 4-50 lb, forward-facing from 22-65 lb and as a high back booster from 30-100 lb. The seat features Simply Safe Adjust which allows you to adjust the height of the harness and headrest as your child grows, InRight LATCH for a one-second LATCH attachment and Fuss Free harness storage which holds the buckle out of the way, so it’s easy to get baby in and out.

  • Simply Safe Adjust Harness System is safe & simple
  • Engineered & crash tested to meet or exceed US Standard FMVSS 213
  • Rigorously crash tested to meet or exceed U.S. safety standards
  • In addition to meeting or exceeding all applicable US safety standards, the Extend2Fit® 3-in-1 car seat has been side impact tested for occupant retention solely with the built-in 5-point harness system
  • Fuss Free Harness Storage to get baby in and out easily
  • Steel reinforced frame provides strength and durability
  • InRight LATCH system for an easy, one-second LATCH attachment
  • Easy-to-read level indicator for hassle-free installation
  • Integrated, dual cup holders help keep your child's drink close
  • Seat pad is comfortable and machine-washable
  • Stop using this child restraint or base and throw it away 10 years after the date of manufacture. The American Academy of Pediatricians (AAP) and National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) recommend that children ride rear facing until the age of 2 or until they reach the maximum rear-facing height or weight rating for their seat, and when forward-facing, children should use the built-in harness system for as long as possible until they reach the maximum forward-facing weight or height for their car seat. After reaching the maximum forward-facing weight and height, they also recommend that children 4 feet 9 inches tall or under should ride in a belt-positioning booster seat. *Always remember to check your local or state laws regarding car seat usage.