Evenflo Symphony Convertible Car Seat Review

When it comes to our child, we want the best products. We want what is safe, what is the best for our money, and what is highly recommended by other parents who have already used the products. This is especially true when it comes to baby seats. If you plan to go the convertible route and skip the infant seat right from the beginning, I have one seat that I want to recommend to you as a parent.

Have you ever heard of Evenflo? If not, they are a great company that makes some fine baby products, one of them being car seats. The seat that I’d like to introduce to you is the Evenflo Symphony Convertible. This seat has great reviews, ratings, and features for your child. If you are interested in learning more about this seat, simply continue reading below!

The Evenflo Symphony Convertible is considered to be a 3-in-1 seat that works rear-facing holding a baby that weighs up to 35 lbs. it will also hold a baby forward-facing harnessed seat from 20-40 lbs and then it will convert into a high back booster for kids 30-100 lbs. This type of seat has been very popular in America and Canada for years. The Evenflo Symphony Convertible is marketed as the only car seat that your child will ever need. You can see it goes from the infant carrier to the toddler face forward to the final booster seat instantly making it one of the most desirable car seats on the market today.

The car seat has the standard A-loc adjuster since the company did away with those Triumph-like knob adjusters. The location of the adjuster mechanism is good and it doesn’t look like it will be hard to reach when you install the seat rear-facing. This seat has the harness height adjuster that was debut on the Triumph Advance. The disadvantage to the Evenflo Symphony Convertible is the fact that it only holds up to 40 lbs in weight. It is hopeful that Evenflo will work on that problem and eventually it will hold a child that weighs up to 50 lbs. Parents know that it is highly possible that their child is likely to get to 50 lbs or there about before they are old enough to be put in a forward setting position.

As you can see, it has some great features for your little keeping them comfortable and safe during each, and every ride.

Source by Lauren Dzuris

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