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Eddie Bauer Comfort 65 Car Seat - Colfax
Offers Two Modes of Use Both Rear Facing 5-40lbs and Forward Facing 22-65 lbs. Adjustable head support. No-rethread harness system. 3-position recline. Removable cup holder. Rotating arm rests. Adjustable head pillow. Infant body insert.
|Comfort 65 Car Seat - Colfax||
|Discontinued by vendor|
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Comments about Comfort 65 Car Seat - Colfax:
I went with this car seat after seeing an Eddie Bauer seat at Target that I liked a lot but was a booster seat, which my daughter is too small for. My main reason (other than safety) for getting this seat is the cushioning. It is very padded and comfy for our daughter. Other reviews raved about it. It is large and barely fits rear-facing in the center seat of our Durango. Getting it leveled and tight enough so that it doesn't move was dang near impossible. It took me over 2 hours, and I'm still not happy with it. I have a towel shoved under the seat to make it level (which is something the instructions tell you to do) and I'm so afraid the towel is going to shift, making the seat less safe. Also, we use the LATCH system and it seems that the seat moves "forward" too far - like, if there were an accident, the seat (rear facing) might fling forward causing our daughter to hit her head on the Durango's seat. I tried installing it forward facing as well, since our daughter is very close to using it this way and I thought it might be safer, but it's not much better. We just can't seem to get the seat tight enough in the Durango so that it doesn't move. Also, the strap that you pull to tighten the shoulder harness onto the baby keeps getting stuck. Each time I put her in the seat I have to keep tugging the strap to get it to tighten. It moves an inch or so at a time and then locks up. We had a Chicco infant carrier before this and it had the same kind of harness tightening so I know it's not supposed to work like this. I definitely don't feel it's worth what we paid for it.