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Evenflo Symphony DLX All-In-One Convertible Car Seat (Modesto) EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has Evenflo Symphony DLX All-In-One Convertible Car Seat (Modesto) for $167.71 - $64.88 (pick-up discount) = $102.83. In-store pick up is free. Thanks ABCDmum
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Thanks to the $60 discount if you choose to pick up in store, this pretty good car seat comes in at $107. Modesto (blue) only.
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This looks like a good price. I just installed the LX version in my wife's car tonight for our second child. She purchased it the LX through AWD a few weeks ago and I think she paid more than this for it. It was nice because it was pretty much ready to go when I pulled it out of the box. The only issue was it took a few minutes for me to figure out how to adjust the LATCH system from front facing to rear facing. There's a white plastic band that keeps you from being able to pull the belt out from the seat all the way. Instead, you have to tuck the belt under the padding of the seat from the front facing position to the rear facing position. Overall it was much faster to set up and install than the DIono Radian RXT that I posted last week.

One thing I found strange was that the 5 point harness adjusted from the bottom sides rather than at the shoulders. All of the other seats we've used for the first kid and the infant tightens at the shoulders. You also adjust the shoulder height on the fly rather than having a certain set of slots that you need to adjust as they get bigger.
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We loved this seat until our child got sick in the car. To take the padding off of these you have to unscrew the cup holders...which have a deep screw underneath them. So you either need to turn the seat upside down or set it on a high surface, hang it off the edge a little, and finagle the screw.
If you have a kid prone to getting car sick this is not the seat for you!
The other negative is the material wears easily by the legs. Within a few months the fabric will be pilled and worn down in this area. That is purely a visual thing though.
We have 2 of these, one is 3 years old. They are easy to adjust. My daughter is very comfortable in it. I feel my daughter is very safe when buckled into this. It should last you until your child doesn't need a car seat any more (I personally don't believe in using backless boosters, so this not converting is a non-issue for me)
The newer versions have updated fabric that also have buckle holders built in! We haven't had the newer one long enough to know if the fabric wearing issue has been fixed.
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Same price in Amazon.
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We've got 2 of these, and put our baby in at 4 months. Feels very safe with the wraparound padding. Quick in and out with the self-ratcheting latch, much better implementation than on other car seats where you still need to pull to tighten.
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This is great price for an excellent and safe seat. I paid much more for this. This deal should get more attention and perhaps should hit FP.
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Thinking between this one and the safety first grow and go for 1 year old. Any recommendations please ?
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FYI -
Same price on Amazon
Evenflo Symphony DLX All-In-One Convertible Car Seat, Modesto https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00O8RR...xzb1VTNZB6
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We loved this seat until our child got sick in the car. To take the padding off of these you have to unscrew the cup holders...which have a deep screw underneath them. So you either need to turn the seat upside down or set it on a high surface, hang it off the edge a little, and finagle the screw.
If you have a kid prone to getting car sick this is not the seat for you!
The other negative is the material wears easily by the legs. Within a few months the fabric will be pilled and worn down in this area. That is purely a visual thing though.
We have 2 of these, one is 3 years old. They are easy to adjust. My daughter is very comfortable in it. I feel my daughter is very safe when buckled into this. It should last you until your child doesn't need a car seat any more (I personally don't believe in using backless boosters, so this not converting is a non-issue for me)
The newer versions have updated fabric that also have buckle holders built in! We haven't had the newer one long enough to know if the fabric wearing issue has been fixed.
I never took the cup holder off to remove the cover.
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Thinking between this one and the safety first grow and go for 1 year old. Any recommendations please ?
This one!
The Sure Latch is golden and the benchmark (for me)! We have 4 of those and never looked back...
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Birth to Booster! 3 in 1 combination (Rear,Forward & Booster) seat like this one is a rare feature for a convertible seat. Buying one! Thank you OP
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I have got one last time. Good quality and safe
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102.83 for me

64.88 discount
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The Latch installation for this seat is really nice, not quite as good as the Britax ClickTight which uses the seat belt and is even easier imho, but you can see in this video how easy it is to install (same rear facing or front facing in terms of difficulty installing) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqzMdCN4GOQ

The biggest drawback to this seat imho is that it is very wide, so if you want to put 3 car seats across it is not possible.

The SureLatch connectors are also very big, and they didn't fit into the latch opening on one of my cars so I couldn't install it at all (needed to use the Seatbelt). On cars where the latch connector is just wedged in between the seat back and seat cushion that shouldn't be a problem.

On our other car, you can only access the 3rd row of the vehicle if one of the seats can tilt and slide forward (it is a 60/40 split seat). I own two of the Evenflo Symphony DLX seats If you put 1 of each of these in the outboard seats you have to remove one to access the 3rd row and sitting in the middle is super uncomfortable. The seats are too big to put them next to each other in the 60 side of the 60/40 split.

For the price they're excellent seats though!
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