Excerpt: To say that I’ve had writer’s block when it comes to writing this review might be the understatement of the year. Well – last year anyways seeing as this year has only just begun. Last year Safety 1st provided a Canadian model Complete Air 65 LX for CarseatBlog to review. You can see a preliminary review including pictures which go in to the dual-line indicator in more detail in the preview to this review.
Pros: The tall top harness height and 65lb forward-facing weight limit provides enough growing room to get most kids to booster age and readiness., Anti-rebound bolsters create extra leg room for rf’ing kids., Set-up is straight forward with only minimal adjustment needed when you take the seat out of the box., Labels are clear and manual is easy to understand., The headrest with Complete Air technology offers deep side impact protection and is supportive for forward-facing...
Cons: Although the seat is rated from 5lbs, the bottom harness height is relatively high making it so that most newborns won’t fit the seat properly., The seat takes up a lot of room rear-facing when it needs to be installed at the full recline for infants weighing less than 22lbs and unable to sit unassisted., Rear-facing kids with broad shoulders may feel squished by the bottom of the headrest when they are near moving up to the next harness height., Numerical rear-facing...
Excerpt: When it comes to car seats I am always on the look out for the the safest one for my son. When I came across the Safety 1st Complete Air with Air Protect I was amazed with the safety features and the new technology. I was thrilled to have the chance to review this awesome very new to the market car seat ! When it arrived one of the first things I noticed was the great design and it looked very comfortable for my son.
Excerpt: I was going to write a full review, one of my typical epic blogs that you can’t possibly read without falling asleep. Unfortunately, I fell asleep every time I thought about writing it. So, I’m going to just add enough followup comments to make you drowsy and then turn it over to another reviewer for more input. You can find my first look in an earlier blog . Some thoughts- My wife likes it.
Safety 1st Complete Air with Air Protect: First Look Review
16 July 2009
Excerpt: It’s been The Buzz for some time now and we finally have one for review! It’s the Safety 1st Complete Air Convertible with the Air Protect side impact technology cushions. This model can be used rear facing from 5 to 40 pounds and 19-40 inches. Front-facing, the limits are 22-50 pounds and 34-45 inches. It is now available in the Complete Air LX version with improved recline and the original Complete Air as described in this revew.