The Evenflo Symphony DLX All-In-One Car Seat now offers parents superior e3 Side Impact protection to keep their child safe alongside features that help make installation as easy as possible. This All-In-One seat accommodates children ranging from 2.3-45.3kg with the most innovation and value on the market.
• Certified to approved Standards
• Child requirements: 2.3kgs to 45.3kgs and 48cm to 145cm
• Rearward facing 2.3kgs to 18kgs
• Forward facing 9kgs to 45.3kg
• Infinite slide harness
• 29.4kg Harness rating
• Multi position recline and adjustable headrest
• Side impact protection
• Removable child insert
• Top tether strap
• Washable fabric
What to say except for greatest car seat in the world and most definitely the most luxurious on the market! Most parents will know that when buying a car seat a lot of research needs to be done on finding the perfect "one". We wanted a car seat that could rear face for as long as possible and also a seat that would last our little lady quite some time. There is nothing worse than forking out loads of money for a seat that doesn't last long at all.
We were pleased to find this rear faced until 18kgs so our little miss could rear face for quite some time (she is quite petite) and it also goes through to a booster seat right up till 45kgs. So with the new seat and height requirements that have come through we knew this would last us right up. No need to buy another 2 or 3 car seats which not only saves you loads of money its quite handy to have.
This seat has amazing padding and suits newborns also as comes with a snug newborn head insert. An added extra for this seat is that it has isofix locking so just clips into any new car that has this setting, instead of needing to be tethered. It comes complete with a bonus cup holder to hold your little one's drinks on those long trips.
Loads of adjustments and ways to adjust that I found handy such as adjustable strap heights, adjustable head rests, three different levels of recline (2 when rear facing and 1 when forward facing).
I took a lot of consideration into choosing a car seat for my son as I wanted something I knew was going to be safe and something that was going to last him for a long time as well. I did some research into what made a good seat and decided I definetly wanted to keep him rear facing for as long as possible. I wanted to share this car seat which is the one I chose because it is such a great seat and being convertible it could be the only seat you will need to buy.
This seat rear faces to 18kgs which means I am going to be able to rear face my son until he is about 2 which is the part I love the most as it is so much safer for him to be rear facing. In all the car seat will last him until he is 45kgs as a booster seat so that means it should last him until he is ready to come out of a seat at about 7 years. For that reason it is great because I would of only had to buy one seat not 3.
I also love the soft cushioned fabric and the side impact protection wings that if we were to have an accident would help protect his head and make it less of an impact. As a bonus it is so easy to use no undoing and re doing straps as they simply slide up and down and lock into place when you need to adjust them so it makes it really simple. It is also really easy to install in the car and does have a sure latch system which would make it even easier if I had sure latch installed in the car.
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