Choosing a car seat is a big decision. You want to find one that is durable, reliable but most importantly provides safety for your child.
A car seat is something that your little one will be using for many years, so why not find one that can take you from infant to toddler and beyond? Let me help you with that search and tell you about this fantastic car seat from Diono.
(Side note: we needed to replace our old car seats recently after a minor car accident and this is the seat we bought for our two kids. My husband and I are extremely pleased with this car seat and our son and daughter love it too!)
The Diono radian rXT convertible car seat is the only seat you could ever need. You can use it rear-facing from birth to a forward-facing booster seat. Here are some of the great features Diono offers in this car seat:
Engineered with a full steel frame
Side walls and head support are lined with a thick energy absorbing foam for optimal side impact protection
Safe Stop energy absorbing harness system
Rear-facing up to 45 lbs., forward-facing up to 65 lbs and as a booster seat for children up to 120 lbs.
Adjustable head support offers 12 height settings
Slim design means you could fit three radian rXT seats across the back seat of most vehicles
Car seat folds up, making it easy for storage or transporting
Machine-washable cover for easy cleaning
There’s a reason why the Diono radian rXT has made multiple lists as one of the best convertible car seats for 2017. With features like this Diono has given parents a quality car seat choice, which means you’ll only have to shop once.
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