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Evenflo SureRide DLX Convertible Car Seat - Paxton

Item# 04926881000P | Model# 37121429 | Added on August 10, 2014 |
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Evenflo SureRide DLX Convertible Car Seat - Paxton
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Make for a More Pleasant Driving Experience with Your Child in the Evenflo Paxton SureRide DLX Convertible Car Seat Keep your child comfy in the car for longer with the Evenflo SureRide DLX Infant's Car Seat. This convenient 2-in-1 design allows you to continue using the car seat even as your baby grows. The rear-facing position is ideal for children 5 to 40 lbs., and then transition your little one to the forward-facing position when he or she is between 22 and 65 lbs. The 5-point adjustable harness features an upfront adjust with 6 different positions, so you can always find the right fit for your child's size. Keep the included head and body pillow attached for added support if your baby needs it, and remove it once they're bigger. Enjoy a smoother ride with energy-absorbing foam that works to keep your precious cargo comfortable, and the removable seat pad is machine washable so it can stay smelling fresh.

Evenflo SureRide DLX Convertible Car Seat, Paxton Keep your child harnessed longer with the broadest range of harness adjustments. With 6 harness height positions, 2 crotch buckle positions and a 65 lb. harness weight rating, the Evenflo SureRide DLX Convertible Car Seat provides room for your child to grow. At Evenflo, we continue to go above and beyond government standards to provide car seats that are tested 2X the Federal Crash Test Standard. Rear Facing 5-40 lbs 19-40 inches Forward Facing 22-65 lbs 28-54 inches Harness Adjustments Broadest range ... read more
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By teachermom
May 23rd, 2018
fits great in my car!

Bought this seat for my son when he was 14mths old. I needed a new seat since his was nearing its expration date. I found this seat for a great price. It fits well rear facing in the middle of my Ford fusion. I can still fit both of my older children's high back booster seats on each side. While it is a tight fit all seats install snuggly and correctly. Our little guy is very comfortable and will have no problem staying rear facing until at least 2 years old. (Which is safest)

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Criticism
By sabb
May 7th, 2018
Not Recomended

Bought this recently and found out it wasnt compatible with my car as my seats are too deep. Even when using a towel i couldnt get it tight enough. Bad design for front facing in my opinion. Comfy and great price but maybe not worth it for you.

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Not very Easy to install, Tightening is difficult

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OK for the price. Not quite as padded as more expensive seats but it costs a lot less. The best thing about this seat is its lightweight if you need to move it between cars, but I hope you don’t have to. I found it very difficult to install in the car and the straps were too short if I needed to install rear facing. The plastic on the bottom stick out out a little bit, so you really need to make sure you have a cover on your seat. I could see this tearing a hole in a seat eventually. The straps seem to be hard to tighten, no matter which way you have it facing. Sometimes one side is loose and one is tight. They also don't come with shoulder strap pads, I would purchase some separately if you can. It rubbed on my sons neck and made marks. It doesn't recline very far, so when my toddler fell asleep his head fell forward a lot and it looked uncomfortable. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

February 17th via evenflo
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So so hard to take out of the car

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I hope that none of you ever have to take this seat out of your car. What a massive faff! My older daughter has a britax with click tight technology. So much easier to use than this. It's inexpensive though so good when you're on a budget

November 18th via evenflo
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Nice, long lasting budget friendly seat

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The Sureride is a great, long lasting and budget-friendly option. It lasts from 5-65 pounds and has a very tall shell so it will actually fit big kids. The seat does take up quite a bit of room front-to-back. My Odyssey is very roomy, but this was close to touching my front seat. The rear-facing foot flips forward, but when the seat was properly installed, it did not make contact with the vehicle seat. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

October 26th via evenflo
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Straps are tightened easily with no binding when putting child in the seat. Seat is easily installed in the car. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

September 29th via evenflo
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Only fits in one of our cars

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First purchased this when our daughter was 13 months old to fit into my 2013 Toyota Prius. No luck, it is much larger than what can fit safely and comfortably in a regular sized Prius. It does, however fit perfectly in the middle or any side of my husbands 2005 Chevy Tahoe. We eventually found that the Graco My Ride fit in the back of the Prius while rear facing. The other disadvantage I found is when tightening the straps. It is very hard to loosen and tighten, shoulder straps and latch straps equally.

September 14th via evenflo
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