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Graco SnugRide 35
9.5 out of 10

Graco SnugRide 35

Helps protect rear-facing infants from 4-35 lbs. and up to 32 Read more

Great Deal: $44.99

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Graco SnugRide 35 LX Click Connect Review – Long Live the Queen!

carseatblog.com
11 December 2013
  • Conclusion: The Graco SnugRide 35 LX Click Connect offers many safety and convenience features at a reasonable price point which is why it’s on our list of Recommended Seats ! The no-rethread harness on the carrier combined with the lock-off on the base set the LX model apart from the regular SnugRide 35 Click...
  • Pros: Fits a wide range of baby sizes, Extended usage thanks to a larger-than-average carrier combined with generous weight & height limits, Easy to install properly with base (seatbelt or LATCH installation), Center LATCH installation with non-standard spacing allowed as long as vehicle manufacturer s...
  • Cons: Can take up a lot of real estate in the back seat, Lacks premium push-on LATCH connectors, Carrier isn’t lightweight but 10 lbs. is reasonable for such a large infant seat, Harness straps can’t be removed or replaced because of the way the no-rethread harness is designed and attached, Current buc...
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Graco SnugRide 35 Infant Carseat Review: 4th Generation is a Homerun!

carseatblog.com
2 April 2012
  • Excerpt: The Graco SnugRide 35 Classic Connect has been around in various incarnations since 2005 when it was first introduced as the Graco Safe Seat “Step 1″ infant carseat. Graco recently rolled out their 4th generation of this popular infant seat and this time they focused on expanding the lower end of...
  • Pros: Fits a wide range of baby sizes, Generally easy to install properly with base, Easy to use correctly, Energy-absorbing EPS foam lines entire upper portion of shell, Generous canopy, Handle can be in any locked position in vehicle (this is an update Graco made that is retroactive to all models), W...
  • Cons: Can take up a lot of real estate in the back seat – especially when you need the maximum recline allowed for a newborn, Base and carrier are wide and this could be a problem if you need something that will fit next to another carseat or booster, Lacks premium push-on LATCH connectors, Carrier isn...
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