Reviews and Problems with Safety 1st Tri Safe Car Seat
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26 May 2011
Conclusion: The Safety 1st Tri Safe Plus car seat is a lightweight and stylish multi-group option, but it may not be robust enough to stand 10 years of everyday use. It also may not be the best choice if you’re looking for a car seat to use right from 9kg. It would be a suitable seat for an older child who could be strapped in with the car’s seatbelt instead of the fiddly-to-secure harness.
Pros: Stylish, affordable, comfortable as a second car seat for an older child, rotating armrests for ease of getting child in and out, The Safety 1st Tri Safe looks stylish and comfortable and has a washable cover. It comes with an easy-to-adjust headrest and 5-point safety harness. The headrest is deep and padded to offer side protection. The rotating armrests are probably the best feature. The armrests swing out of the way, so lifting my son Louie in and out the car seat...
Cons: Awkward to install in car, fiddly to make harness secure, no recline function, While the Safety 1st Tri Safe Plus car seat certainly looks good, I feel parts of it are disappointing. Fitting this car seat into the car is far too awkward. It doesn’t have ISOFIX so is secured with the seatbelt, which snakes around the back of the seat. It sounds easy but feeding it through the slots isn’t a quick job. Aside from the fiddly installation, I have trouble making sure the ha...