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Safety 1st UltraMax Air 360 3-in-1 Convertible Car Seat - Raven, Gray

Item# 210-75558784-AF | Model# 75558784 | Added on August 21, 2016 |
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Safety 1st UltraMax Air 360 3-in-1 Convertible Car Seat - Raven, Gray
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Protect your baby from every angle with the UltraMax Air 360 4-in-1 convertible car seat. The UltraMax Air 360 is the only 4-in-1 car seat that features 360 Protect for 6 layers of proven safety, and it's the only car seat you'll need to buy for your baby as it adapts to keep them safe through four different stages of development. Through all of these stages, enhanced features provide exceptional protection while on the road with 6 layers of safety. The Air Protect cushioning system provides immediate crash protection with our most advanced side impact energy management system available. GCell HX further displaces crash energy around the child's torso. The steel reinforced frame adds stability to the seat. A deep seat structure helps shield your child, keeping your little one cozy and contained. From your first trip home from the hospital through years to come, the proven protection of the UltraMax Air 360 4-in-1 car seat adapts to your growing child to keep them safer, making it the only car seat you will ever need. Color: Gray. Gender: unisex.
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