Safety 1st Alpha Omega Elite Convertible Car Seat - CLOSEOUT
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Safety 1st Alpha Omega Elite Convertible Car Seat - CLOSEOUT Reviews

3.5/5
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3 reviews
Ranked #17 out of 119 in Car Seats - Convertible

Safety 1st Alpha Omega Elite Convertible Car SeatThe Alpha Omega Elite Convertible Car Seat is an extended-use car seat with superior comfort and convenience features which will please parents and children alike. It starts as a rear-facing infant car seat, converts to a forward-facing car seat and later transitions into a belt-positioning booster! This convertible car seat features a 5-point harness with up-front adjustments that fit babies up to 50 lbs. The QuickFit 5-position padded headrest a

Average Price:  $133.98

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April 16, 2015


This car seat is bulky beyond belief especially if you plan to rear face the recommended 2 years. Not only is it huge but very terrible when it comes to being installers correctly. I taken mine to car seat techs to make sure it's installed properly and it's still moves beyond my liking.
Not recommended at all.

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October 20, 2014


I bought this car seat for my son at 8 months, when he out grew his infant seat. It appears to be very comfortable with all the padding and cushions. It converts too, so I won't need to buy another seat.



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May 20, 2011


Just bought this car seat as our 6 month old is too long for her bucket style seat and she still needs to face the rear of the car. We wanted something to grow with her, saving us from having to purchase yet another car seat. We chose this seat because it is solid, it converts to 3 different seats, it is well cushioned, and it looks good too. We did find that it is a very large car seat and does not fit well into our small car (Hyundai Accent). We have to move our front seat all the way forward to fit in the car seat when it is rear facing....and that does not leave a lot of room for the person sitting in the front seat. We also find that the 5 point buckle system is a bit difficult to buckle over a small baby..weighing 16lbs. The chest strap clicks easily but trying to attach it to the crotch strap takes a bit of maneuvering. The head padding keeps her head midline, but fails to help her from dropping her head forward when asleep. Does any car seat help to keep a baby's chin from falling to their chest when asleep? Overall, we feel it was a good investment...but only time will tell if it suits the growing stages of our baby.

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