The Sureride and Titan 65 are almost the same seat -- the Titan 65 (at least in the US) does not have any EPS or EPP foam in the headrest (as I learned last year when I bought one) and it has a more stripped down cover and padding.Is there a SureRide sold that does not have that course honeycomb fabric on the sides? That stuff drives me crazy... hard to clean, scratchy, etc. I thought I saw one at Target that didn't have that fabric...? What's the difference between the Sureride, Titan & Titan 65?
Yep, the Walmart one is the "Tatum" one that I think might have some of the honeycomb fabric-- I just don't knowing it's hard to see in the picture. I think that the traditional, stripped down, Titan 65's in the links I provided are your best bet if you don't want any honeycomb, but you might be able to see the Walmart Titan in-person at a Walmart to see.The Titan 65 they have at Walmart looks different than the ones pictured in the links you provided, Nedra. http://www.walmart.com/ip/Evenflo-Titan-Convertible-Car-Seat-Tatum/35761531 I'm trying to remember if my SureRide has foam in the headrest...
Yes, I noticed that & thought maybe it was a typo but then again it says "Titan" not "Titan 65" so who knows what I would get! I will probably purchase in store since I want to check out the fabric so I will make sure it's the Titan 65 with the higher limits.Also, I would double-check Walmart's description with Evenflo. Burlington and Evenflo had both described the Titan 65 that I bought as having energy-absorbing foam liner, but it didn't...and Evenflo confirmed that it wasn't on the Titan 65 anymore. Walmart also describes the RF weight limit of the seat you linked as 35 lbs in one part of the description, and 40 lbs in another part. It also lists a 37" height limit, whereas the Sureride has a 40" height limit. So there may be some significant differences there....or they may be typos. You never know with retailers! ;-)
Yeah, according to Evenflo's website, the Walmart one is called a Titan 65 with SureSafe. So maybe the confusion with the regular Titan is Walmart's fault rather than Evenflo's....Ah, it looks like she has a slightly updated version of the SureRide chart (but fundamentally the same): https://m.facebook.com/thecarseatnerd/photos/pb.661209090583857.-2207520000.1441937950./896521903719240/?type=1&source=42
Oh thanks for this, super helpful!Ah, it looks like she has a slightly updated version of the SureRide chart (but fundamentally the same): https://m.facebook.com/thecarseatne...1441937950./896521903719240/?type=1&source=42
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