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I this seat as good and as safe as the more expensive ones?

I dont have a problem, just wondering with the price so cheap on this seat, is it as good and safe as all the other ones out there? I know this is probably a dumb question but I just had to ask.

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Yes, it's a great seat. All seats sold in the U.S. have to pass the same safety standards.
This one is easier to install than a lot of others I've used and fits most kids well from babyhood until at least age 3 or 4, when they'll need to move into a 5 point harness booster.
It rear-faces to 33 pounds, which is great, since rear-facing is SO much safer than forward-facing...my LARGE 26 month old can still comfortably rear-face in it.
It's not as padded and fancy as the more expensive seats, but my kids haven't found it any less comfortable than their Britax or Graco seats.

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