Reviews and Problems with Eddie Bauer Deluxe 3-in-1 Convertible
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Value for money 8
the baby Scoop
5 June 2013
Excerpt: This stroller has seen 3 kids, 2 cars and a trip to hawaii and is still in great shape. ironically we actually have 3 different car seats (a different one for each child) and this is by far the most comfortable one.
Excerpt: it's a little more money than some of the other car seats but it is pretty good value. we've had ours for 4 years and only now is it starting toi show signs of wear and tear. It takes up a bit more space in the car than i would like but my son seems very comfortable in it and it reclines a little so...
Excerpt: We did our research to find out what type of car seat we wanted after our son out grew the infant Graco Snugride and decided on this for many reasons. It adjusts as your child grows and we had it delivered to the house from the Babies "R" Us website.
Excerpt: We bought this convertible car seat when my son outgrew his "bucket" because it was on sale and would accommodate him until he was 8 years old. The thought of using this seat for another 7 tears makes me groan.
Excerpt: we bought this car seat for around $150 and i am so sad we can never get that back! it looked like a great and comfortable car seat to us. when we put our daughter in there, however, it was a different store!
Pros: None submitted
Cons: Bulky, Heavy, Expensive, Difficult to Clean, outgrown too fast
Excerpt: My young son never looked comfortable in it even though he was old enough, tall enough and weighed enough for it. The straps were constantly twisted and we had to uninstall it to fix them. It was so hard to use rear facing that we just replaced it with a Britax and called it an expensive mistake.