Not overly wide. Adjustable cup holders rotate inward to save space. Roomy interior with plush padding and a supportive headrest. Easy-to-wash cover. 4 rear and forward-facing recline positions. Adapts to a belt-positioning booster seat. Sturdy steel frame, but lightweight overall.
Harness release button can be difficult to reach.
Can handle a child up to 57" tall. Works well in a bucket seat. Has a latch system that helps keep the seat steady. Good for smaller cars. Includes a cup holder and a little cubby to hold small items. Kids report this is a comfortable seat.
The tether straps on this model are a little short for some larger vehicles.
Has a cup holder and arm rests. Steel reinforced frame. Can do three different recline positions. Can handle children from 20 lbs. all the way up to 100 lbs. Can become a backless booster. Headrest can adjust for comfort. Comes in several color options.
This car seat seems to have less padding than others on the market.
Starts as 30 lbs. Head rest. Material is easy to clean. Easy to transfer between cars. Leaves room for other boosters or car seats in the same row. Can fit taller kids well.
The assembly on this model can be a little complicated.
Includes clips to attach booster to the seat. Good cushioning. Has a cup holder and a hide away drawer the kids love. Back can be removed as your child grows. A good choice for taller children. It sits low to the seat, making it easier for little kids to get in and out of the seat themselves.
The padding on this seat is not very thick.
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