Which Graco seat would you pick?

Kel

Well-known member
If you were to pick out a new Graco convertible seat, which would you pick? And why?

Thanks!
 
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Kel

Well-known member
Ummm..maybe. I guess I'd like to know your favorite Graco convertible and 3in one. Something bothers me about the way three in one's look. Odd I know. I think it's the slots cut on the side of the seats made for the seat belt. I seem to gravitate toward the regular convertibles.

I've been looking at the E2f and sequel 65. I also kinda like Graco 4ever with safety surround at target.

What are the top slots on these seats?

Baby boy is 5 months old and very small, currently in a Cco. I don't care about the size of the seat as I drive a full sized van. And I don't mind replacing a seat ever couple yrs, you never know what awesome seat will be out next!
 

abigaylebelle

Active member
I might be the only one but I actually really like the contender and the clones. They are so straightforward to install and use.
The extend to fit is a good idea but I didn't love the way it sat so far back from the seat bight. Sort of like a Swedish seat but without the tethers for stability.
 

MamaChirpy

New member
I might be the only one but I actually really like the contender and the clones. They are so straightforward to install and use.
The extend to fit is a good idea but I didn't love the way it sat so far back from the seat bight. Sort of like a Swedish seat but without the tethers for stability.

I'm with you. I love the clones. There are very few cons to them IMO.
 

lgenne

New member
I've never actually used a clone, but I really love my Milestone, both FF and RF. I'll probably never use it as a booster.
 

Kel

Well-known member
Right, ill never use one as a booster either. I like a light weight high back booster.I will probably be driving something else in 5.5-6 yrs so not worrying that far ahead.

I'm going to look more into the sequel, milestone, and clone seats. Like the size 4 me etc?
 

MamaChirpy

New member
Right, ill never use one as a booster either. I like a light weight high back booster.I will probably be driving something else in 5.5-6 yrs so not worrying that far ahead.

I'm going to look more into the sequel, milestone, and clone seats. Like the size 4 me etc?

Right. Size4Me, Fit4Me, HeadWise, etc.
there is a chart detailing the differences (which are minor) on the blog.
 

Kel

Well-known member
Thanks everyone. After looking at them (online) I narrowed it down a little. I want TWO cup holders. So I'm looking at the Sequel 65, any have one of these? Or maybe the E2f.
 

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