Help me decide on a seat!


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I finally have a few option for my 3 across. I have a frontier 90 OTW that's staying. DS1 is forward facing(36lbs,42in) and DS2 is rf of course(24lbs,30in)

I really like ds2 in the Blvd70 but I think by 2 I'm going to want him in a radian. The radian is a tough install and the center is the worst!

The Blvd works center with frontier on the drivers side and a ff britax on the passenger

Room to grow in a britax

The nauti also fits next to the Blvd.

Radian will be here tomorrow. If it fits center between the nauti and frontier which would you choose?


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The Radian's lower profile would be easier for in/out IF you can get a good install, obviously. :)

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