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Graco SnugRide Infant


$90.00 Released January, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Lightweight - one of, if not *the* lightest on the market. Convenient release button on the back for taking it out of the base. Easy to drop in to the base.

The Cons:Seat padding isn't that cozy. Padding is somewhat loose - not as nice fitting as the Maxi Cosi or Peg Perego. Handle doesn't fit easily over the canopy.

The Graco SnugRide Infant is a rear-facing carseat that is designed for infants that are up to 22 lbs and up to 29" tall.  The carseat features EPS foam to protect the infant in the case of any impact and has a 5-point harness with a convenient front adjuster and soft harness covers to protect the baby.

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Product Shot 2  The Snugride Infant includes removable machine washable seat cushioning and removable neck and head support cushions to provide comfort.  The carseat has a leveling indicator and comes with a stay-in-car base that has a seatbelt lock to make sure the base is level and properly secured.  It is designed to snap in to most Graco strollers and is available in over 20 patterns.  The Snugride Infant differs from Graco's SnugRide Infant 32 since it only holds infants up to 22 lbs and 29" tall while the SnugRide Infant 32 holds infants up to 32 lbs and 32" tall.  It also lacks the additional safety features and GracoPedic cushioning that comes with the SnugRide 32 Infant carseat.

Features/Specs

  • Rear facing carseat
  • For infants 5 - 22 lbs, up to 29" long
  • 5-point harness with front adjustment
  • Removable infant neck and head support cushions
  • Soft harness covers
  • 180-degree rotating canopy
  • Easy-to-read level indicator
  • Removable machine washable seat cushioning
  • Comfortable carrying handle
  • Stay-in-car base with seatbelt lock-off and dial adjustment
  • EPS Energy Absorbing Foam
  • LATCH equipped
  • Dimensions: 24.2"H x 17.5"W x 26.7"D
  • Weight: 7.5 lbs (without base), 12.7 lbs (with base)

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Pros
  • 2

    lightweight - one of, if not *the* lightest on the market

  • 2

    convenient release button on the back for taking it out of the base

  • 2

    easy to drop in to the base

  • 2

    many color options

  • 2

    inexpensive

  • 2

    compatible with the Bugaboo strollers with an optional adapter

  • 2

    easy to setup and install

Cons
  • 2

    seat padding isn't that cozy

  • 2

    padding is somewhat loose - not as nice fitting as the Maxi Cosi or Peg Perego

  • 2

    handle doesn't fit easily over the canopy

  • 1

    cheap plastic look and feel

  • 1

    Weight limit is very low - only 22 lbs

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