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Best Car Seats for Travel

Car Seat Travel Accessories

Why Shelly recommends it:

Best extra car seat for travel, Grandma’s car, or back up. With an entry price of around $50, a weight of only 10 lbs, an airplane-friendly seat width of 17.5 , and extra features like a 2-position recline and removable cup holder, it’s hard to go wrong traveling with a car seat like the Scenera. Not to mention, the 4 harness height slots and 3 buckle locations give a better fit for your growing child than most other convertible car seats that are rated up to 40 lbs. While some parents complain their children outgrow the strap settings for height long before reaching the 43 height max the manufacturer boasts, I’ve found that the shoulder strap settings go higher on the Scenera than they do on most other convertible car seats, aside from those by Britax. At least the price point of the Scenera makes it easier to swallow the transition to a larger car seat and/or booster when the time comes (or see below for heavier convertible seats for travel that will go up to 80 lbs). I also like that the Scenera has a rear-facing weight limit of 35 lbs–which comes in handy when you want to prevent your child from kicking the seat in front of him. I only wish they made a deluxe version with at least EPS foam and perhaps memory foam like the cushier models (if this interests you, see the Titan Elite below). Be aware that what you see is what you get–beneath the seat cover is nothing but hard plastic. Rear-facing from 5 to 35 lbs, forward-facing 22 to 40 lbs. 17.5 W without cup holder x 17 D x 26 1/2 H. 10 lbs.





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