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Offers the ultimate in versatility and longevity to protect your child from toddler to youth. This forward-facing high-back booster seat keeps your child in a 5-point harness from 20 to 65 lbs. and converts into a belt-positioning booster car seat, accommodating from 30 to 100 lbs., and then becomes a backless booster seat designed for children from 40 to 100 lbs.

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Graco Nautilus 65 (3 in 1) - Walmart - $104.99


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I would personally recommend Graco Extend2Fit Convertible Car Seat.

I purchased Nautilus for my older kid, and recently purchased Exentend2Fit for younger one for $120 on Amazon during prime day. I see the difference. Extend2Fit has more cushion, head protection/comfort because of cushion holder, recliner function and leg support.

It is an purchase that your child will use for years to come! It's worth spending extra $20-30!!
Yes, ours is due in January.
Babies are never a good deal

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That price is incredible I purchased a Graco Contender 65 Convertible recently and paid 99 bucks and it was perfect for my son I don't need all the bells and whistles that others offer when the reality is when I installed my seat I haven't touched it since. The selling point for a lot of these convertibles is the ease of installation because they all have to adhere to federal standards if your not constantly removing your seat the high prices are not worth it they all have to adhere to the same federal standards
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I bought this from Walmart for $89.99 in December
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Will there be an increase or a decrease in babies once lockdowns+9months rolls around?
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Will there be an increase or a decrease in babies once lockdowns+9months rolls around?
Yes, ours is due in January.
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I would personally recommend Graco Extend2Fit Convertible Car Seat.

I purchased Nautilus for my older kid, and recently purchased Exentend2Fit for younger one for $120 on Amazon during prime day. I see the difference. Extend2Fit has more cushion, head protection/comfort because of cushion holder, recliner function and leg support.

It is an purchase that your child will use for years to come! It's worth spending extra $20-30!!
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I would personally recommend Graco Extend2Fit Convertible Car Seat.

I purchased Nautilus for my older kid, and recently purchased Exentend2Fit for younger one for $120 on Amazon during prime day. I see the difference. Extend2Fit has more cushion, head protection/comfort because of cushion holder, recliner function and leg support.

It is an purchase that your child will use for years to come! It's worth spending extra $20-30!!
If you want to compare apples to apples.. it would be the extend2fit,
4ever version
The 3 in 1 and 2 in 1 doesn't covert to a high back...

Plan to face forward my child once she turns 2..
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I don't know if it's as safe as this, but laundry baskets are perfect.

Dozens of tie-off points to strap the baby in at any age and you can just toss some throw pillows in there for as much padding as you want.
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Does anyone recommend safety 1st brand 3in1? Sam's has one for $100 plus $15 off starting October 28th. Thanks.

https://www.samsclub.com/p/safety..._product_1
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I don't know if it's as safe as this, but laundry baskets are perfect.

Dozens of tie-off points to strap the baby in at any age and you can just toss some throw pillows in there for as much padding as you want.
This has got to be the dumbest idea I've ever heard...Do you even have children? Where am I supposed to park their sippy cup? Can't just leave it inside with the baby, that would be barbaric.
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Exactly why I got snipped in January (Must be ESP lol).
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Does anyone recommend safety 1st brand 3in1? Sam's has one for $100 plus $15 off starting October 28th. Thanks.

https://www.samsclub.com/p/safety..._product_1
Safety first brand is perfectly fine. We had several of them but they can be difficult to uninstall and reinstall. We still have one that I purchased 4 years ago for my guy that we are going to use for his brother. In hindsight I would've spent a little more for something that is easier to install only because we travelled several times a year and had to take the car seat with us. Now we leave one at the destination just so we don't have to deal with uninstalling/reinstalling at the airport. If you don't plan on traveling with it then it's a good affordable one. Also to add, they do take up a lot of real estate width wise and if your child is bigger the padding might be too much. You have the option of going to buy buy baby to see if it works for you (similar model) and how the installation is.
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