Summary: After assembling the seat I was concerned about the recline of the seat looked as if it sat straight up wasn't sure how my daughter 2 1/2 would sleep. I started reading reviews and people gave it bad reviews because of it. I thought I'd give it a try for a day then return it if needed.
Excerpt: When my then 2.5 year old was growing near the limits of her convertible seat I started searching for her next seat hoping to find something longer lasting than the previous one. What I love about the nautilus is that it should last her until she no longer needs a seat.
Pros: Comfortable, Easy to Adjust, Easy to Clean, Easy to install, Safe, Sturdy, Stylish
Excerpt: Good seat that isn't too expensive yet sports the luxury of a bit of extra cushion for comfort and a cup holder and side pockets. Those things sure do get stuffed with food and all kinds of stuff.. but come in handy as well, so it balances out. I feel like my kids are safe..
Pros: Comfortable, Easy to Adjust, Easy to Clean, Easy to install, Safe, Sturdy
Summary: First I wanted to say the color is gray not brown like it appears, Thankfully! Second I bought this bc my 5 year old has one and I needed a bigger one for my 3 year old. the seat itself sits lower than the my ride 65 ( so her legs weren't bunch up behind the seat) I got the same one.
Summary: I love this seat. However, it is not a convertible car seat - it is actually a combination car seat. Walmart - please change this information - it is misleading to moms that I have spoken with. Nevertheless, this seat is easy to install, it fits in most vehicles, and it fits most children very well.
Summary: I brought this car seat for my soon to be 2 year old and I loved it. It's exactly what I was looking for in design, safety and function. It only lacks ability to recline more when my son falls asleep and doesn't look very comfy. But as long as he is awake, it's perfect.
Summary: This is a great carseat to get once your child has reached forward facing and its made to be used for many years to come. It first starts off with the 5 point harness then the more you keep raising the headrest you eventually will have the 5 point harness off and put a regular seatbelt on your child...