Summary: We've had Graco Snugride carseats for each of our children, spanning 10 years. Everything about the first 2 were much better quality, including a solid handle and an easier "strap tightening system". On the old models there was a strap between the infants legs that you pulled to tighten the shoulder/leg straps. This model doesn't have that. Instead, you actually have to tighten each shoulder strap from the back of the carseat.
Summary: I purchased this product in April of 2013. The base never felt secure no matter how much I tightened it using the LATCH system nor the seat belt, so I never used the base. I don't know what the fabric is made of, but it made my son sweat every time i put him in it.. even in the winter months. Also, the straps were always getting twisted up.
Summary: Nowhere in the description does it specify the CLASSIC CONNECT. I have a Snugride CLICK CONNECT 30. It is different from the Snugride CLASSIC CONNECT 30. I wish Graco picked better names for the different models and Walmart distinguished between the two.
Summary: The description on this item is misleading. It says that it fits all snug-ride classic connect carseats. I have a 30 and had to order two bases. Needless to say it didnt fit. The base itself seemed really sturdy though.
Summary: The description of this item is very misleading. You would think all SnugRide Infant Car Seats fit with the SnugRide Infant Car Seat bases. Makes sense right? As a first time mom (with twins, no less), I registered for these additional bases only to find out 6 months later when my maternity leave was over that these bases were not compatible with my SnugRide Infant Car Seats. I spoke with Graco and they were no help at all.