Baby Needs A New Car Seat, Evenflo’s 3-in-1 Debuts

One thing NOT to hand down is an old car seat when a new baby is on the horizon. While these intentions are good, the practical truth is that car seats for babies and toddlers are constantly improving and these safety devices experience wear and tear, the kind that age does not fix. Buckle burns, seat toppling and pinched legs do not need to happen ever again. Your child’s life depends on an up to date seat that can handle all sorts of traffic mishaps.

Which is why manufacturer Evenflo created their new 3-in-1 car seat. Just in time for spring and summer travel season.  Stay tuned as Monsters and Critics will be announcing a giveaway competition for one lucky reader!

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Evenflo’s Advanced Protection Series Transitions 3-in-1 Combination Seat transitions between three modes of use- from harnessed booster into high back booster to no back booster- to keep kids safe as they grow.

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The seats extended use capabilities consist of: 5-point harness for 22-65 lbs., high-back booster for 30-110 lbs., and no-back booster for 40-110 lbs. In addition to Transitions three modes, the seat is equipped with Quick connectors and a set of LATCH guides for safe and quick installation. Other features include an energy absorbing foam liner, machine-washable car seat pad, adjustable upfront harness fitting and dual cup holders for convenience. The ComfortTech cushions are comprised of three layers: comfort, support and endurance. Each of these foam layers work together to equalize pressure points, which plays a vital role in keeping children comfortable and safe while on a car ride.

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The new Evenflo Advanced Protection Transitions 3-in-1, together with the previously-launched Big Kid™ and Chase™ models, will be exclusively available at Walmart beginning in March. The seats also feature buckle pockets that tuck the buckle tongues away, making it easier and safer to get a child in and out of the seats and ultimately protecting kids from hot buckle burns.