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Graco Nautilus 3-in-1 Car Seat, Matrix

  • 3-in-1 multi-mode Car Seat for longer use 20 pounds to 100 pounds
  • Extended 5-point harness for children 20-65lbs.
  • Converts to High-back belt positioning booster for child 30 pounds to 100 pounds
  • Converts to backless booster for child 40 pounds to 100 pounds
  • Steel reinforced frame for durability

Product Description
The new Nautilus 3-in-1 Car Seat is the only forward-facing safe child car seat your child will need. It helps keep him safe in a 5-point harness longer than most safe child car seats, all the way up to 65 lbs. Later, the seat converts to a highback booster then backless booster, for comfortable, custom protection up to 100 lbs.
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Graco Nautilus 3-in-1 Car Seat, Matrix

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  1. I read many reviews on many car seats and chose this one. I am happy with the price, convenience and safety of the seat. The only problem I have with it is that my grandson falls asleep and the “recline” isn’t much of anything. It still sits up so straight that he hangs his head forward and rests his chin on his chest.

    I switch it between my car and his mom’s car with ease. It is lightweight and very easy to hookup. Much easier than his infant seat was. The adjustable straps for the LATCH system are extremely easy to use. We also connect the seatbelt through the back as added protection. It glides easily through the padding.

    It was easy to “assemble”. The cup holder and cubby holes are convenient enough for him to reach even at the age of one. It holds a sippy cup or bottle without them falling out with the first bump.

    If I decide we need 2 car seats, I think I’ll buy this one again.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. The product description mentions a minimum height and weight which my 9 1/2-month old matches. However, when you read the instructions included in the box it adds the fact that your kid must be a year old. I guess I should’ve seen it coming since it’s called a TODDLER car seet in the description (but not the title?). Bah.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. I’m not sure that I am going to keep this car seat because my 11 1/2 month old can undo the chest strap and get an arm out while completely buckled in. I think that when she is older it will benefit us better, but for now, I think this car seat is not for us. However, I do like the fact that every piece can be easily taken out and washed.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  4. Graco Nautilus 3-in-1 Car Seat in Matrix

    Just bought Graco Nautilus, diappointed. I have a older car that doesn’t have the latch system. The shoulder belt is unable to be tightened correctly, so the car seat moves back and forth as the car moves. Also, when my 3 year old fell asleep his head had zero support and just hung forward, even in the “recline” position of the seat. We had a Brittax round about prior to purchasing the Graco Nautilis. Now, we need to buy another car seat. We are looking at the Brittax Regent or Brittax Frontier.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. Ok, I’ve read the reviews and raves, but honestly I cannot share the excitement over this seat. Coming from Europe and being used to reclineable seats (both booster and toddler) I was highly disappointed by the much advertised “3 position recline”, which is a joke at its best.

    Our daughter is 4yo, rather tall and notorious for falling asleep in the car. Her slumping fwd while asleep is not only a safety but also comfort concern of mine, so we went for the Nautilus and were awed by the almost nonexistent recline.

    Now we’ve got the Eddie Bauer Deluxe Booster Seat and it’s not only cheaper but it also has a nice recline position in which she doesn’t slump fwd everytime she falls asleep and we have to break.

    Rating: 3 / 5

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