Skip to content
Safety 1st

Safety 1st Grow & Go 3-In-1 Convertible Car Seat

Item# 04933286000P | Model# CC138DWV | Added on October 8, 2015 |
Sold by Sears.com
Safety 1st Grow & Go 3-In-1 Convertible Car Seat
$159.99
Rewards
You can earn on this product: $1.60 in points
-
+
Add To Cart
Description Specifications
Secure your little one through stages of growth with the Grow and Go three-in-one convertible car seat from Safety 1st. This design offers three different modes for years of reliable use. The QuickFit harness adjusts for a snug fit, while ample padding provides side impact protection. The seat back reclines for an optimal fit in any vehicle. The cover accommodates no-fuss machine washing.

  • Keep junior cozy on long car rides in the Safety 1st Grow and Go Convertible Car Seat
  • 3-stage convertible design allows you to use this car seat longer
  • Rear-facing position suitable for children 5 to 40 lbs.
  • Forward-facing position suitable for children 22 to 65 lbs.
  • Belt-positioning booster suitable for children 40 to 100 lbs.
  • Adjustable harness and headrest make it easy to find the proper fit
  • 3-position recline helps your child stay comfortable on long rides
  • Harness holders keep straps out of the way making placing and removing your child from the seat easier
  • 2 removable pillows offer added support if your child needs it
  • Machine washable and dryer safe seat pad for convenient cleaning
  • 2 integrated cup holders keep your child's cup within reach
This product comes with:
Product Warranty
Ratings & Reviews

Overall Rating:

Average
(109 Ratings)
  • 5 Stars
    (41)
  • 4 Stars
    (18)
  • 3 Stars
    (12)
  • 2 Stars
    (14)
  • 1 Star
    (24)
  • Read Reviews
Member Photos
No photos yet...

Most Helpful Reviews:

Praise
By Luckiest dad/husband alive
July 3rd, 2019
Saved my baby girl's life!!!

My was nearly hit head-on by a car that crossed the median on a highway she was driving between 70-75 mph the cars sound 1-1/2 times before it rolled 2-3 times. My 17 month-old baby, aside from being shaken up a little, came out of the accident with only a bump and bruise above her eye from debris flying around the car and strap marks from the harness. She was examined by the trauma center docs while the rest of my family was also being examined and operated and there were zero signs of concussion or any other signs for concern. She was "discharged" shortly after. I have just purchased my second of this model (hospital staff were required to throw away the car seat) and will buy another once my next child is born in a few months. Full disclosure: the vehicle was hit on the opposite side of the car than my baby was seated, and the car never landed hard on her side of the car while flipping.

5 found this review helpful
Criticism
By Jess
June 29th, 2018
Do Not Buy This

This carseat has a major design flaw. Unless you have a large baby who does not need to be tightened down as far as my average size daughter, then the strap gets caught on the underside of the carseat. I have to squeeze my arm under the seat to pull the strap away from where it is catching on the carseat. The strap should slide easily, but it doesn't. The other option is to keep pulling and tugging until the strap "bumps" past the part it is caught on. I have contacted Safety 1st and am still waiting to hear from them a week later. The carseat is lovely, but not worth the pain!

4 found this review helpful
Reviewers may have received a benefit, like a sweepstakes entry or rewards program points, in exchange for writing a review.
Those benefits were not conditioned on the positive or negative content of the review.
safetyfirstpwr

Do not buy

|

My husband and I both have this car seat for our 2 yr old, both of us experience the same issues. You can not tighten the harness after a few uses so she can now get her arms through. No matter much you tighten and readjust the car seat when installing it, it will loosen and move around and this is just after a few times in/out of the seat. I moved the headrest up and now it rattles when she is not in the car. Very unhappy with this purchase

6 days ago via safetyfirstpwr
0 of 0 found this review helpful.
Join or Sign In to vote
safetyfirstpwr

straps are hard to tighten

|

I have had my car seat for over a year and the straps on it are awful to tighten I have to pull from the back of the car seat like it's stuck seriously question if this car seat is even safe fir my son!!!

6 days ago via safetyfirstpwr
0 of 0 found this review helpful.
Join or Sign In to vote
Melinda

Harness is difficult to tighten

|

I'm a NYS certified car seat inspector. I have never had issues with these seats before but the two that I have are the same design and so difficult to tighten. My 18 month is able to get her arm out of the harness. My husband can't even tighten the harness good enough. I can't find any recalls on this seat and I can't return it. I also can't wear to find a good number that allows me to speak to someone who will actually help.

13 days ago via Safety 1st US
0 of 0 found this review helpful.
Join or Sign In to vote
Nimsay0018

Nimsay

|

good night to order has not reached my home

November 18th via mobile | The reviewer indicated they received a sample of this product
0 of 0 found this review helpful.
Join or Sign In to vote
Candice

Too hard to tighten straps

|

I got this carseat as a gift from daughters grandparents. I was really excited when I seen it because I really liked the appearance and cup holders but I absolutely do not like it after using it. It is near impossible to tighten the straps for the harness. My daughter is 2 and still rear facing but since the day she started using it when she first turned 1 I have had difficulty tightening. I have to use all my strength and get into the car and pull the straps in the back and than pull the tether over and over till tighten the best I can and I still second guess if she is safe. I'm really worried because I feel like the straps get stuck u dr the seat. Also I have made sure I am installing properly on numerous occassions but I feel like the seat tips over no matter how tight the seat belt is and locked in position. My daughter has been almost sideways a few times and I'm not a crazy driver. Not happy.

November 17th via Safety 1st US
3 of 3 found this review helpful.
Join or Sign In to vote
Questions & Answers (0)
Want to know something? Ask a question