Evenflo Tribute Sport Convertible Car Seat, Daisy Doodle

January 11, 2014 - Comment

The Evenflo Tribute Sport Convertible Car Seat combines safety, comfort and ease for the ultimate value in child restraints. Compact in size, Tribute provides great vehicle fit while providing side impact protection. With a plush pad your child will ride in comfort while you’re on the road. Rear-facing 5 – 35 pounds and forward-facing 20

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The Evenflo Tribute Sport Convertible Car Seat combines safety, comfort and ease for the ultimate value in child restraints. Compact in size, Tribute provides great vehicle fit while providing side impact protection. With a plush pad your child will ride in comfort while you’re on the road. Rear-facing 5 – 35 pounds and forward-facing 20 – 40 pounds.

Product Features

  • Side impact tested; Meets or exceed all applicable Federal safety standards and Evenflo’s side impact test standard
  • Designed and tested for structural integrity at energy levels approximately 2X the federal crash test standard
  • Multiple shoulder harness positions for better fit and longer use
  • Upfront harness adjustment and buckle release allows easy and convenient adjusting
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Rear facing up to 35 pounds for added safety

Comments

Heather says:

Great For Airplane Use I bought this as a secondary car seat to use while traveling, specifically on an airplane, because my daughter’s primary seat has non-removable armrests that make it too wide to fit on one. It worked great on the plane, and in the rental car when we got to our destination. It is light enough to hang off the back of the stroller while racing through the airport (as long as you leave the baby in the stroller) and a great, compact size, even rear-facing (which is how I used it) for small cars. My daughter is also very comfortable in it, and we now use it as a secondary seat in my husband’s pickup, and it is easy to put in/take out, which we have to do every time we use it in his truck because it is a work vehicle. Adjustment of the strap height was very easy, and only took a few minutes. However, the button/strap used to adjust the tightness of the straps is a bit hard to use in the rear-facing position. You have to be careful not to pin the strap between the car seat and the vehicle…

L. Harrison says:

I liked it but my child did not. This seat has a maximum weight of 40 lbs, and my daughter is 27 lbs.Originally, I posted a very positive review of this seat. However, after under a year, I have to downgrade it. My new recommendations: true fit premiere for a child 8-65 lbs, and britax frontier for child 60-100+ lbs. yes, these two seats are hideously expensive. However, I know my child is safe AND comfortable, which means less whining and crying before and during the trip. They both also have very easy latch connectors, so they can be moved from one car to another without much effort. The tribute latch was easy to put in, but a bear to remove, for me.NOTE: at 31 inches, she’s already at the highest shoulder strap adjustment. Both true fit and tribute had to be front facing based on the strap height. If you have a tall child, please read the instructions on your car seat. Apparently, the shoulder straps will not restrain your child properly in the rear-facing position when they are…

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