Evenflo Triumph Advance DLX Convertible Car Seat

Has your little one recently graduated from their infant seat? If so, does not time fly by? It looks like just yesterday we were bringing our newborn home from the hospital in it for the first time. Now, they're a toddler, walking around and can not even fit in that same seat.

To make sure your child is safe, and they have a seat that is made for them and their requirements, it is important to get a convertible seat once they are old enough, weight enough and are tall enough for a convertible. So, if you're currently looking for a great one, let me introduce you to the Evenflo Triumph Advance DLX.

The Evenflo Triumph Advance DLX Convertible Car Seat is the child seat that was made for your baby. It is stylish, comfortable and safe for the child's ride. You know as a parent that you want your baby to be in a seat that is comfortable other the child will grow restless all too soon and become fussy. This does not work especially if you are making trip. You need to know that your baby is riding comfortable and will be able to take a nap as the little one gets tired. The seat is easy to clean up so if an accident does happen you can take a wipe and just clean it up right away. You can also remove the padding and wash it with your laundry to get it really looking clean.

The Evenflo Triumph Advance DLX Convertible Car Seat was made with safety in mind for your child. This is one of the most important features that concerns parents when they are about to select a car seat for their little one. The seat features an adjustable harness height so that as the child grows you can fix it accordingly with the child's needs. The restraining system has the five-point safety harness that is approved by safety advocates.

The baby can ride in the car seat both in a rear facing position and forward facing position. The central harness length adjustment is for two-piece chest clip that makes the seat even safer. The baby also has the headrest for the protection of the baby's head. This is one of the features that parents are interested in because the younger the child the more important it is that they can keep the baby's head in one steady position.

Source by Lauren Dzuris