4-in-1 Convertible Car Seat Review (Chicco)

4-in-1 Convertible Car Seat
What It Is

 The Fit4 4-In-1 Convertible Car Seat from Chicco makes it easy to correctly secure your child from birth through big kid booster stage for ultimate comfort, convenience, and peace of mind. It features a Four-Stage FitKit System with optimal fit and comfort through multi-staged construction and easy-to-remove layers, providing more room to grow through each unique stage. The DuoGuard side-impact protection offers two layers of protection with a steel-reinforced frame and EPS energy-absorbing foam that surrounds the head and torso, while the 10-position headrest and nine recline positions accommodate maximum growth.

It can be used in four different stages: Stage One/Infant - rear-facing, four to 16 lbs.; Stage Two/Toddler - rear-facing, removing the infant insert, 12 to 40 lbs.; Stage Three/Preschooler - forward-facing, removing the toddler pad, 25 to 65 lbs.; Stage Four/Big Kid - booster using the car's seatbelt with the deluxe pad included, 40-100 lbs. 

Why Is It Useful?

The Chicco carseat has exclusive installation features that make it easy to install correctly, including: 

-Recline Sure leveling system (offers a range of recline options at every stage). 

-RideRight bubble levels.

-Super Cinch LATCH tightener that uses four times the force to achieve a tight and secure fit using a fraction of the effort. 

-Lock Sure belt-tightening system, a secure installation using the vehicle seat belt with easy-thread belt path and built-in lock-offs. 

Finally, this multi-feature carseat has a space-saving fit, as its slim design and cupholders free up valuable space in the back seat. 

Who It’s For

The Fit4 4-In-1 Convertible Car Seat grows with children, from infants starting at four lbs. to big kids all the way up to 100 lbs. 

What To Be Aware Of
It comes with a QR code on the side of the carseat, for easy access to each stage of transition as your child grows. It is available in various colors. 

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