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    Convertible Seat - Britax Advocate CS 65

    Britax Advocate CS 65 - discontinued as of 08/2010

    Shopping Link - Britax Advocate CS 65

    Instruction Manual

    Stated Limits:
    RF Weight Range: 5-35 lbs.
    RF Height Range: 49 in. / at least 1 in. shell above head
    FF Weight Range: 20-65 lbs.
    FF Height Range: up to 49 in.
    FF Age Range: 1 year and older

    Lowest Harness Height: 10 in.
    Highest Harness Height: 17 in.
    Shortest Buckle Position: 5.25 in.
    Longest Buckle Position: 5.25 in.
    Crotch Buckle Length: 5.25 in.
    Internal Seating Depth: 9 in.
    Internal Seating Height: 24.63 in.
    Internal Bottom Width: 11 in.
    Internal Shoulder Width: 13.5 in.
    External Seat Width: 20.8 in.
    Seat Weight: 21 lbs.

    Other Information:
    Lock-offs Provided: Has Lock-offs
    Rebound Control: RF Tether
    Seat Modes: RF,FF
    Expiration Limit: 6 years from manufacture date

    * This seat has cushions on the side, which is suppose to provide protection for passengers sitting beside the seat. These cushions do take up a lot of space and may not fit well next to other carseats or in situations where the vehicle seatback needs to be raised and lowered.
    * The Click & Safe harness adjuster feature is supposed to make an audible click sound when the harness straps are tight enough but on more than one occssion, I heard it click when it was obvious that the harness was nowhere near tight enough.
    * Allows for the tether to be used rearfacing
    * When installing the seat, put your knee into the seat (putting as much weight into it), and then pull on the LATCH straps to get a tight fit.
    Last edited by MomToEliEm; 12-06-2010 at 10:59 AM.

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