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    Cosco (Dorel) Apt

    Cosco (Dorel) Apt


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    Instruction Manual - no online manual found

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    Stated Limits:
    RF Weight Range: 5-40 lbs.
    RF Height Range: 19-40 in. or top of head is even w/top of seat back
    FF Weight Range: 22-40lbs
    FF Height Range: 34-43 in.
    FF Age Range: 1 year and older

    Measurements:
    Lowest Harness Height: 5 in.
    Highest Harness Height: 13 in.
    Shortest Buckle Position: 3 in.
    Longest Buckle Position: 6 in.
    Crotch Buckle Length: 2 in. (strap only, not buckle portion)
    Internal Seating Depth: 12 in.
    Internal Seating Height: 23 in.
    Internal Bottom Width: 10 in.
    Internal Shoulder Width: 14 in.
    External Seat Width: 22 in. @ cupholder, 19.25 in. at shoulders
    Seat Weight: 7.9 lbs.

    Other Information:

    Lock-offs Provided: Does not have Lock-offs
    Rebound Control: None
    Seat Modes: RF,FF
    Expiration Limit: Dec. of the 6th year from mfg. date

    Comments:
    * Dual level lines stamped on seat.
    * Cup holders make the seat significantly wider.
    * May be incompatible in vehicles with shorter seat depths, as the seat base starts further back from the edge/lip.
    * Seat does not have a foot or recline handle underneath it to change it from rear to forward facing, which makes it somewhat easier not to mess up installation.
    * Seat does not have special requirements for which harness slots can be used for rear or forward facing.
    * Have to adjust the harness down when using the bottom-most slot by moving the harness ends underneath to a new slot.
    * Can be used rearfacing until child is 40 lbs, 40", or top of head is even w/top of seat back. Doesn't specify 1" rule.
    Last edited by MomToEliEm; 06-05-2012 at 02:32 PM.
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