Britax Boulevard 70-G3 Convertible Car Seat Seat, Onyx

January 11, 2014 - Comment

The Britax Boulevard 70 G3 convertible car seat accommodates children rear facing from 5 to 40 pounds and forward facing from 20 to 70 pounds. The Boulevard 70 G3 is purposefully designed and engineered to minimize the forward movement of your child’s head during a frontal impact to reduce the risk of head injury with

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The Britax Boulevard 70 G3 convertible car seat accommodates children rear facing from 5 to 40 pounds and forward facing from 20 to 70 pounds. The Boulevard 70 G3 is purposefully designed and engineered to minimize the forward movement of your child’s head during a frontal impact to reduce the risk of head injury with the following revolutionary Britax head safety technologies; Base with SafeCell Technology designed to compress in a crash, significantly lowering the center of gravity and counteracting the forward rotation of the child seat. Integrated Steel Bars strengthen the connection to the vehicle and reduce forward flexing of the child seat during a crash. Energy Absorbing Versa Tether features a two point attachment and staged release tether webbing to slow the forward movement and reduce the crash forces reaching the child. HUGS Chest Pads with SafeCell Technology are affixed to the seat shell to ensure proper positioning while SafeCells compress to manage energy and provide resistance to the forward movement of your child in a crash.

Product Features

  • True Side Impact Protection to distribute crash forces, shield from vehicle intrusion, and contain the head, neck and body while keeping them in true or aligned
  • Base with SafeCell Technology designed to compress in a crash, significantly lowering the center of gravity and counteracting the forward rotation of the child seat which normally propels the child toward the front seat
  • Integrated steel bars strengthen the connection to the vehicle and reduce forward flexing of the child seat during a crash
  • Energy Absorbing Versa Tether features a staged release tether webbing to slow the forward movement, reducing the crash forces reaching the child, and a two point attachment to minimize forward rotation while anchoring the top of the child seat
  • HUGS (Harness Ultra Guard System) Chest Pads provides resistance to forward movement in the event of a crash

Comments

Olivia Sautter says:

A Great Convertible Car Seat! We bought this convertible car seat for my 8 month old daughter. One of the selling points is that it is convertible, or reversible from rear-facing to forward-facing as the child grows. We bought the first generation of the same model, the Britax Boulevard 70, for my son in 2010 and we’ve been so happy with the first one that when my second child came along, we decided to get the G3 for her in the “Caitlin” style.THE CAITLINFrom the manufacturer’s pictures posted above, it appears that the “Caitlin” model is mostly blue. The seat is actually a mixture of lavender and blue-gray leaves, light silver, and dark background with purple bead trim. I posted a few pictures to give better detail. Even though the colors don’t match Amazon’s picture, they’re still very nice, subdued colors for a girl’s seat.THE SEAT ITSELF- Newborn (5 lbs) to 70 lbs: I love the versatility the seat offers. It works for children from newborn all the way up to 70 lbs! In my…

Rebekah says:

Britax Boulevard 70 G3 – Onyx We just purchased this seat for our eight month old son. We are still planning on using his Combi Shuttle 35 seat (just in my husband’s car) to save having to move seats back and forth. I asked all of our friends with young children about their experiences with convertible seats, and after hearing their stories we decided that we wanted a Britax. They have an awesome safety reputation, and everyone we asked said that it was worth it to just buy the best first.Besides the many obvious safety features, the things that swayed me were:-No re-thread straps-Easily removed cover (no uninstalling when it’s time to launder!)-High weight limit-”Tru Safe” head protectionAs stated above, we bought a Combi brand infant seat, and it had all of the same great features. I was really, really spoiled with the easily adjustable harness and I was not about to downgrade to something more complicated. The Side Impact protection was a selling point, too. The…

Leo23 "Bride to Be" says:

After a lot of research we found this seat and it’s perfect for us! There are so many choices when it comes to car seats! We wanted the safest we could buy without going overboard (for us the Britax Advocate was a just a little overboard). Here’s why we picked this one:1. Very easy to install. We have the LATCH system and I think it took maybe 15 minutes to install, and that was using the rear tether (not necessary but highly recommended). We had it inspected at a free inspection event at the hospital near us and they said it looked great.2. True Side Impact Protection (TSIP). This is one of the only differences between the Boulevard 70-G3 & Marathon 70-G3 (that and the HUGS technology is a little different. Britax has a great comparison tool on their site). We wanted the extra protection because we may have it on one of the outside positions at some point (right now it’s in the middle) and because it helps keep our baby’s spine straighter. For us it was worth the extra $20-$30.3. Rear facing maximum…

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