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Unique first time subscribers email list coupon is valid for 48 hours upon activation. Diono Raidian RXT Convertible Car Seat allows rear-facing, front-facing and booster use for extended utility. Memory foam padding for seating comfort, Safe Stop energy absorbing harness, and easy-to-use SuperLATCH connectors. Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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Diono Radian 3RXT for sale on BuyBuyBaby for $239. Sign up for a new account with your email address to receive a 20% off coupon, which brings the total price to $192 for a savings of $108 off the original price of $299.


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I've been using this car seat for about six months and we have no complaints.

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These are narrow seats and great if you have a sedan or small suv and want to install multiple seats. However they are tall and difficult to use rear facing even with the angle adjuster. Didn't work well in a 6 seat Tesla model X or model 3. Ended up getting a Britax boulevard clicktight and it was a much better experience. Super easy to install those seats and can use it rear facing longer because it's less intrusive for the front seat passenger which is recommended by the AAP.
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I've purchased 3 of these over the last 2 years at this price. Very happy with them. While they aren't wide, rear-facing takes a LOT of space. Even with their $10 angle adjuster (only valid when keeping their own head up). I have a '14 Escape and this seat rear facing that's not in the middle makes it impossible to sit driver/passenger.

I had to purchase a different car seat due to twins so one rear facing is in the middle, and the other rear facing fits is a different brand / model.
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Uh... so basically there are four steps for rear facing:

put seat in
thread latch strap through the clearly marked passage
connect latch to anchors
tighten


I can't really think of any way it could be any easier.

Got mine bundled with the quantum stroller for $260ish a few months back, after cashback.
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I've purchased 3 of these over the last 2 years at this price. Very happy with them. While they aren't wide, rear-facing takes a LOT of space. Even with their $10 angle adjuster (only valid when keeping their own head up). I have a '14 Escape and this seat rear facing that's not in the middle makes it impossible to sit driver/passenger.

I had to purchase a different car seat due to twins so one rear facing is in the middle, and the other rear facing fits is a different brand / model.
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Rear facing is tough with any brand due to the reclined position. Overall they're rear facing for a short period. We have 2 of the old r120 dionos forward facing now. They're great seats for the time the kids are forward facing. We have a third seat for our youngest that is a graco forever seat that I'm probably going to replace with a diono because the graco has a scoop design that doesn't sit upright and is tougher to climb into. These diono seats are great quality and easy to buckle.
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These are narrow seats and great if you have a sedan or small suv and want to install multiple seats. However they are tall and difficult to use rear facing even with the angle adjuster. Didn't work well in a 6 seat Tesla model X or model 3. Ended up getting a Britax boulevard clicktight and it was a much better experience. Super easy to install those seats and can use it rear facing longer because it's less intrusive for the front seat passenger which is recommended by the AAP.
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I already own 3 of these, but can use an additional one in another car. We like them, but yes rear-facing is spatially constraining. Eventually you'll be able to go front-facing and it won't be an issue.
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We have these seats for my triplets in my 2010 Camry because the car has been paid off and I want to run it into the ground 😂

They're a beast rear facing (husband could barely fit in the car until they had the angle adjuster and he's not a big guy), but one of the only steel frame carseats and super nice looking. If you need to take them out though it sucks. I go to the Fire station to have them installed.
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We have these seats for my triplets in my 2010 Camry because the car has been paid off and I want to run it into the ground 😂

They're a beast rear facing (husband could barely fit in the car until they had the angle adjuster and he's not a big guy), but one of the only steel frame carseats and super nice looking. If you need to take them out though it sucks. I go to the Fire station to have them installed.
These seats are so ridiculously heavy and tedious to install. Great once they're in but the trade-off is the difficulty with handling and installing them. I have an older 2008 CX9 and in order to fit three of these across, I'm pretty confident I'd have to forego using the LATCH anchors and end up strapping them in with the seatbelt, which I absolutely hate the idea of - I tried it once and after jostling the seat a bit it easily came loose and undone. I'm baffled at how people are actually able to secure their carseats in properly without having them come loose with seatbelts. I find myself straining to install and tighten these dumb these even with LATCH!
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Looks like signing up for the email list gives you an in-store coupon. Is there an online version?
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Looks like signing up for the email list gives you an in-store coupon. Is there an online version?
You can use your email address at checkout to receive the 20% discount online.
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Wish they had dark grey to match the one I already have.
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I would recommend getting a different brand as well, installing this thing is a pain with the latch system. I have installed a lot of different brands and this one was by far the worst.
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Switched from a Graco Forever to this for front facing. I can't speak on rear facing install, but the front facing was a breeze to install using latch.
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I got two dionos in a 4runner. While they are a pain refacing, the kids are very comfortable in them. I dont find it a pain to install, but they are heavy. 1 rear and 1 front facing. Sucks for who ever rides shotgun.

I also have Clek Foonf and Graco in a sedan.

Clek sits very high. Pain for moving kids in and out. But kid loves looking out the window while sitting up high.

Graco is fine, but will get another Diono once front facing.

The grandparent's vehicle got hit a fallen tree last week. Caved in the roof. like a V Luckily, no one was in it. No car seats were in the car, but now I wonder how a car seat would hold up.
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I would recommend getting a different brand as well, installing this thing is a pain with the latch system. I have installed a lot of different brands and this one was by far the worst.
Uh... so basically there are four steps for rear facing:
  1. put seat in
  2. thread latch strap through the clearly marked passage
  3. connect latch to anchors
  4. tighten

I can't really think of any way it could be any easier.

Got mine bundled with the quantum stroller for $260ish a few months back, after cashback.
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