Safety 1st Safety 1ˢᵗ Grow and Go 3-in-1 Convertible Car Seat, Port Royal Dorel Juvenile Group-CA CC138DDM

4 Customer reviews

$ 118 99

Color:Aqua Pop


Color:Port Royal

Get the car seat that's built to grow. From your first ride together coming home from the hospital to soccer car pools, the 3-in-1 Grow and Go Car Seat will give your child a safer and more comfortable ride. Featuring extended use at each stage, this convertible car seat is designed to last through all your firsts with your child. For newborns to growing toddlers, the Grow and Go can be used in the rear-facing position from 5-40 pounds. It includes two comfortable grow-with-baby pillows to give your new travel companion a snug fit, and they easily remove as your baby outgrows them. In forward-facing mode, the Grow and Go keeps your child protected in a harness up to 65 pounds. In both rear-facing and forward-facing mode, harness holders keep the harness in an open position. This makes it easier for you to get your child in and out of the car seat. No more fishing for the harness and clips from behind your child - they're right there when you need them. The Quick Fit Harness offers additional convenience in both of these stages by letting you adjust the height of both the headrest and harness in one easy step, making it simple to give your growing child the best fit.
When your child is ready to use the vehicle seat belts, remove the harness to use the Grow and Go 3-in1 Car Seat in belt-positioning booster mode: up to 100 pounds. The headrest still adjusts easily, letting you get the best fit for your child. As your tiny baby grows into a big kid, messes are bound to happen, but the Grow and Go car seat pad makes cleanup easy. Machine washable and dryer safe, it is also designed to come off the seat easily, with no need to remove the harness. The Grow and Go is designed to provide more comfort to parents too. It takes up less room when placed rear-facing, giving up to 7 inches more leg room for parents in the front seat.

Customer reviews(4)

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December 2, 2016
If that headline doesn't get your attention, I'm not sure what will. BUT, seriously, my child slept through a pretty significant fender bender tucked safely in this car seat.

Right before my daughter turned one I poured over car seats (once again) as she rapidly outgrew her first infant
Amazon Customer
July 6, 2016
Since so many compared the two models in my photos, I ordered both to make my decision. Safety First Go three-in-one and Graco four-ever

Both recline to the same point when sitting on a flat surface! They have different intervals to get there, but both get to the same point. Taking a closer look, though, the Safety First model will sit in a more reclined position when the line is parallel whereas the 4 ever required more incline (books) to achieve a centered bubble (child would be more upright in the Graco than the Safety First). See photo. I stacked booked under the hind-side to adjust to the proper level. Both seats are in the most reclined setting.

The Graco has more height in the headrest. Significantly so. I was surprised how little adjusting there is with the Safety First.

The Graco is more narrow so will fit in the car better. It is still sufficient in size for a boost-aged child. I fit in it (barely). Plenty of padding for a little baby. I would feel safe putting an infant in either.

Graco material seems more water-resistant and the foam feels denser like a memory foam.

Both adjust easily in regard to recline and headrest positions and strap tension. Both have the easy release button.

The Graco is much heavier than the Safety First.

Others have mentioned the latch system to be different. (Graco being easier). I have not installed them in the vehicle yet and cannot attest to that.

I hope this helps! This is the review I was looking for when trying to make a decision. In the end, we'll be keeping the 4 ever and either returning the Safety First or keeping it for our second vehicle.

Photos: upright & highest setting, upright & lowest setting, all the way reclined in lowest setting, and side view to show amount of lift required on solid ground in order to achieve proper line/bubble placement when fully reclined.
Patricia R.
June 25, 2016
My toddler is A-OK after being in a terrible car accident (car is totaled.) I T-boned a girl who took a left in front of me and I couldn't get the car really even slowed down before it happened. Probably a 45mph crash and he was perfect afterwards! So glad he is ok, and very thankful for this carseat. I will be replacing the seat with the same model (for those that are unaware, anytime your car is in an accident, the car seats should be replaced).
Kayla H
August 16, 2016
This carseat is AMAZING! Around 6 months old, my daughter really started hating her infant carseat because she couldn't sit up and look out the window. My mother-in-law bought a convertible carseat for her car, so she was really starting to love that one. Also, my husband and I were getting tired of moving the infant seat from car to car since she was so heavy. Therefore, I went on my journey to find a convertible seat. I was not willing to spend over $200 because we need one for each of our cars and that money adds up! I read review, after review, after review. These were what I wanted:

1. To go all the way to a high back booster
2. Under $200
3. Easily Machine Washable
4. Easy tie back for straps (my mother-in-laws Britax has velcro)
5. Cup holders for when she gets old
6. Nice neutral color

Do you know how hard it was to find that? SO HARD. Half of them were either pink or blue, which I hated because our interiors are black and I wanted something that could be used with another baby someday. Therefore, I stumbled on this one and was excited to order it and get it in. I was a little worried though that it might not be the quality we were hoping for or might be hard to get her in and out, but it's literally amazing! We've had it now for about 3 months and it's perfect. We are saving up now to buy the second one for my husband's car, but know that it's exactly what we want!

The only negative thing I can say is that it's a bit harder than our Chicco Keyfit to loosen the harness, but it's not impossible, just a little harder.

Would recommend this seat to anyone in the market for one, and at a much better price than the Graco 4ever seat.

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