Graco SnugRide Click Connect 30/35 LX Infant Car Seat Base, Black Reviews

Graco SnugRide Click Connect 30/35 LX Infant Car Seat Base, Black

Graco SnugRide Click Connect 30/35 LX Infant Car Seat Base, Black

  • Click connect system provides a one-step secure attachment
  • Car seat base features integrated belt lock off for easier seat belt installation
  • Easy to read level indicator helps eliminate guesswork from the installation process, so you can feel confident it’s been done right
  • Fits with Graco SnugRide Click Connect 30/35 LX infant car seats
  • Black car seat base

Meet the car seat more moms rely on than any other. Our top-rated Graco SnugRide Classic Connect has been thoughtfully constructed and rigorously tested for safety to help keep your baby secure from that very first ride home. Its LATCH-equipped stay-in-car base makes it easier to get baby in and out, and the easy-to-read level indicator helps ensure correct installation. Add in the removable infant head support and the EPS, energy absorbing foam, and it’s easy to see why this infant car seat i

List Price: $ 59.99

Price: $ 36.35

Chicco Keyfit 30 Infant Car Seat and Base, Lilla

Chicco Keyfit 30 Infant Car Seat and Base, Lilla

  • The easiest infant car seat to install
  • No.1 rated infant car seat in America
  • 5-point harness adjusts with one hand
  • Full body inserts for newborns 4-11 pound to protect smaller babies
  • Spring-assisted level foot, bubble levels, and ”Center-Pull” adjustment for easiest installation

Proper installation is the Key to making your baby’s world safer. The Chicco Key Fit 30 Infant Car Seat is the premier infant carrier for safety, comfort, and convenience. With its removable newborn insert, the Key Fit 30 Car Seat will accommodate your baby from four to thirty pound. The Key Fit 30’s thickly cushioned seat includes a five-point safety harness and is lined with energy-absorbing foam for increased safety and comfort. The Key Fit 30 Base’s Recline Sure spring-loaded leveling foot,

List Price: $ 199.99

Price: $ 199.99

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  • February 7, 2017 at 12:45 am
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    5.0 out of 5 stars
    CANOPY CONFUSION- DECODED!!, July 21, 2015
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    Everyone already knows from every review and Consumer reports that this is a safe and easy to use car seat. I would like to address a totally different aspect, the one that seems to be many peoples only problem. THE CANOPY. after doing extensive research, reading many reviews, trying them out in several stores and speaking to 2 Chicco customer service reps, I hereby present to you a breakdown of the different canopies that the Keyfit 30 has to offer:

    Before I begin I’d like to mention that each kefit 30 works the same, clicks the same and weighs virtually the same. But here are the 4 types of chicco keyfit 30 carseat canopys.

    1) the “sporty” canopy- these are the ones that resemble baseball cap visors, and do not give a tremendous amount of sunshade. it is about this category that ppl have their issues with.( its important to mention, that albeit this minor flaw, people STILL swear by this car seat)

    2) the “magic” canopy- these provide extra sunshade in that there is a zipper in the rear that when you open it extend the canopy by a mesh opening that provides an adequate amount of shade.

    3) the “3-panel canopy”- this is the tricky one. These as well provide great sun protection. However, The only way to know if the one your looking at is a “3-panel canopy, youll have to check if this particular style (for example the keyfit 30 papyrus) comes in the matching BRAVO stroller system. If it does , then your car seat is a “3-panel canopy” which has much more shade than the “sporty” canopys.

    4) the “ZIP” canopies. These provide ample sunshade as well, but the zip is just more of a fashion statement.

    Also Chiccho has some exclusive stlyes(colors) that are only offered by either babies r us , BuyBuyBaby or Target. To view these on the chicco website, just search gear and click on shop by retailer. youll then see all the items sold exclusively.

    So the issue most have is because all these 4 types are are headlined under the same product when essentially they are somewhat different and not just by color.

    I will now list some “sporty” example models”
    aster, radius, snapdragon, graphica, Sedona, midori, surge, romantic, pulse, minerale, glacial, veranda

    now I will list some magic examples:
    solare, coal, avena

    and now I will list the “3-panel canopy” models
    Silverspring, orchid, lilla, papyrus, Polaris, empire,

    now I will list the “ZIP” models:
    emerald, obsidian

    Thank you Carey from Chicco customer service for helping me confirm this data.
    I hope this helps many of you out there excited soon to be parents!

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  • February 7, 2017 at 1:01 am
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    238 of 253 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Chicco Keyfit 30/Baby Jogger City Mini vs Britax B-safe/B-agile Combo, August 1, 2014
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    Happy in the OC (California) –

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    My husband and I are expecting our first child in December. To prepare, we ordered the following car seat/stroller combos:
    Britax B-Agile/B-Safe travel system, approx. cost $336 + tax
    Baby Jogger City Mini Stroller, Chicco KeyFit 30 Car Seat, and the Baby Jogger Car Seat Adapter, approx. cost $495 + tax

    We tested the systems to determine which would be the best for our baby. As engineers, we approached the tests in full scientific fashion by creating a specific list of points to evaluate. I marked the winner of each criterion (if there was one) with a “*” below.

    —-Car Seats—-
    –How easily each car seat base could be installed in our Honda Civic and into our Toyota Highlander–
    Britax B-safe – Took less than five minutes to install properly after watching a YouTube video showing how to do it.
    *Chicco KeyFit 30 – Fewer steps and adjustments required than the B-safe. It’s touted as being the easiest car seat to install on the market. While I haven’t tried to install every car seat available, it was very easy!

    –How much room was left in the front seats with the car seat and base installed (my husband is 6’4” and requires ample leg room, whereas I am 5’4” and can handle more compact spaces). My husband tends to drive when I am in the car, so we put the car seat behind the passenger seat. It would be impossible to fit a 6’4” man and car seat in a row.–
    Britax B-safe – For both the Civic and the Highlander, the passenger seat had to be pulled forward from the position that I normally ride with it in. The Civic resulted in about 3 inches between my knees and the dashboard, whereas the Highlander had a more comfortable 7 inches. Thankfully we have the Highlander to use primarily with the car seat and I won’t have to be crammed in the Civic with the car seat- or I will learn to love the back seat next to the baby.
    Chicco KeyFit 30 – Basically identical result to the B-safe. Perhaps a smidgen more clearance left for me than the Britax.

    –How easily the car seat could be installed into and removed from the base–
    Britax B-safe – The car seat drops into the base and feels secure immediately. Getting the car seat out of the base proved trickier, since it seems like the seat was designed for bigger hands than what I have (average size for 5’4” female). I had to use one hand to hold the car seat and one to lift the release handle. Once the baby is in the car seat, there might be enough weight to hold the car seat steady so I can lift the handle with one hand. Otherwise, I’ll stick with the two handed approach.
    *Chicco KeyFit 30 – Just like the B-safe, the car seat dropped into the base and felt secure immediately. Removing the seat from the base was easy to do one-handed, since the release handle seemed better designed for female hands. It was a bit smaller than the handle on the B-safe and could be squeezed/released with one hand. My husband agreed that, for his big hands too, the KeyFit detached from the base more quickly and simply than the B-safe.

    –Comfort and weight of carrying the car seat–
    Britax B-safe – The car seat is reported to weigh 9.8 pounds. It is noticeably heavier than the Chicco seat, however it still was manageable. I could get it through doorways without too much hassle and carried it around a few other obstacles. It will be more difficult to maneuver with an infant in the seat, but that just means that I will get more toned arms and core.
    *Chicco KeyFit 30 – The car seat is reported to weigh 9 pounds. It does feel lighter than the Britax. The handle was comfortable enough on my arm with the seat empty, though I expect it will feel heavy and cumbersome when there’s a baby in it.

    –Other Features: Color–
    Britax B-safe – Comes in black, red, and sandstone (like a brown khaki). I’m not happy with any of the three options, as black would attact the hot SoCal sun, red is so intense, and the sandstone is quite boring. While I don’t expect to make a fashion statement with the car seat, it would be nice to have decent looking one. Britax convertible car seats come in much better colors. It would be nice if they offered some of those for the infant car seats.
    *Chicco KeyFit 30 – Several great options that should suit any parent. None are “too girly” or “too boyish,” so they could be happily used for any gender.

    –Other Features: Sunshade–
    *Britax B-safe – Easily folds down to give ample coverage for a baby’s face. The inner frame seemed sturdy enough that I didn’t have to be too careful when moving it.
    Chicco KeyFit 30 – A bit flimsy to fold down. I used both hands to move one side of the shade and then the other,…

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  • February 7, 2017 at 1:50 am
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    33 of 33 people found the following review helpful
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    Kept 7 week old safe!!, August 3, 2015
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    This is our second Chicco Keyfit 30, and I am loving it.

    Last week our car (Nissan Sentra 2010), was totaled in a highway accident, with me in the drivers seat and my 7 week old 11lb baby directly behind me in the Chicco Keyfit 30 Legend. While I suffered minor injuries, my daughter was unscathed. She cried immediately after the car stopped moving, but after having EMT’s and then Emergency Room doctor’s check her, it was decided that she was 100% okay. Doctors & Sheriffs alike, agreed that the car seat kept her safe, and that even though I would have to buy a new one, it was silk firmly secure in it’s place even after the accident.

    I am impressed and thoroughly grateful for such a safe seat for the most precious person in my life.

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