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Latch when used as booster?

Can I install my seat with LATCH if I'm using the seat belt rather than the 5-point harness?

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No, boosters are never latched to the car, so when using it as a booster, disregard the latch.

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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How to replace rear side glass the one behind the vented glass on two door model


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How do I remove the head rest to convert this car seat to a booster? The back plate and the head rest are connected and held on by a metal bar on the back of the car seat.


This car seat does not convert to a booster. It becomes a "Belt-positioning booster". The back and headrest remain while using as a booster. You remove the 5-point harness and use the car's shoulder strap seat belt.
The belt positioning is done by the plastic parts at the top on either side of the seat.
Following is the link to get the instructions for this seat: http://www.coscojuvenile.com/usa/eng/Instructions

Oct 16, 2010 | Cosco Alpha Omega Elite 5-Point 22-155

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Cosco Alpha Omega Elite 3-in-1 Car Seat


DEAR SIR,

To start off, this seat can be purchased for around $100! For $100 you can get a seat that is 3-in-1 just like the name says. This means it can be used rear-facing, forward-facing and as a belt positioning booster seat. If your child weighs anywhere from 5-100lbs they can use it!
• This seat has comfortable fabric so your child sits comfortably during every car ride.
• It includes a push in harness adjustment lever.
• Has fold up armrests.
• LATCH compatible to ensure the safety of your child.
• And lastly, it has a harness and headrest that adjust together to never need rethreading.

This seat has all the features your little one needs to stay safe.

Find the best Cosco Car Seats at FindMyCarSeat.com.


THANK YOU...TAKE CARE

Oct 12, 2010 | Toys

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How do I convert the car seat to a booster seat. My son is too big for the 5 point harness


The Seat NOW is SIMPLY a BOOSTER, And Thus 5 Point Can Be Removed, and The VEHICLE SEAT BELT Can Now Be Used.

Aug 18, 2009 | Graco Nautilus 3-in 1 Car Seat

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Minimum Child weight for booster


Most seat-belt positioning boosters require the child to be at least 30 pounds. Many states say 4 years old and 40 pounds is the minimum.

Maturity is by far the most important thing, though. The child isn't ready to be in a seat-belt only booster until he can be trusted to sit up with his back straight and his bottom back ALL the time - if he moves around, the seat belt will not stay in a proper, safe place.

A seat with a 5 point harness is infinitely safer - in an accident, a child in a seat-belt positioning booster can be thrown forward and around the safety wings of a high back booster or, with a low back booster, be thrown into the sides/seats of the car - both substantially increase the risk of head injury. They can also slip down under the seat belt (called submarining), which can cause major internal injuries.

If you are determined to make the move to a seat-belt positioning seat, though, here's my thoughts on the two we've tried. The Graco Turbobooster is very popular with our friends, is inexpensive, easy to use, etc. Personally, we prefer the Compass B-510. It is more expensive, but it seems a LOT sturdier and has a bigger, nicer headrest/side wings with EPS foam for side-impact protection. The arm rests also flip up, to make it easier for the kid to get in and out and to do the seat belt. It comes in lots of great patterns, too...my oldest son adored his camo print booster and rode in it with no fuss until after he turned 9. He says it is WAY more cushioned and comfortable than the turboboosters.

If I can talk you into staying in a harnessed seat =) .... Most of the less expensive 5 point boosters only harness to 40 pounds, but Graco recently put out the Nautilus, which harnesses to 65 pounds and then converts to a belt positioning booster, so you can get years of use out of it. It's considerably less expensive than most of the other higher harness weight seats (i.e. Britax Regent, Sunshine Kids Radian) - we actually own all three of those varieties, and I like the Nautilus just as much as the Regent and MORE than the Radian.
Another less expensive higher harness weight seat is the Apex 65, but it requires the seat of the CAR to be at least as tall as the child's ears...when the child's ears reach the car's seat back, it's outgrown, because it's headrest isn't reinforced like the others are. Unless you have really tall seat backs, it won't last you nearly as long as the others. It also is supposed to turn into a belt-positioning booster, but I've heard from numerous people that it's really no good as a belt positioning only seat.

Dec 03, 2008 | Baby Gear

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Alpha Omega Elite


I haven't seen a video for it, but I'll try to explain it clearly. To install it with the LATCH system, locate the anchors in your car - U shaped metal anchors in the seat, where the back meets the bench part. See your car's owner's manual - many cars don't have LATCH in the middle of the back seat, so you'll have to install it in a side seat or use the seatbelt to install, instead. Recline the carseat all the way - there is a handle under the harness adjuster on the front of the seat. Pull the handle while pushing back on the top of the seat. Tuck the top tether strap under and hook it under the base or the seat - it's only used when forward facing and is dangerous if left flapping. Pull the seat cover off of the front corners of the seat. Thread the black latch belt through the rear facing belt path (the holes on the bottom front of the seat - there should be a sticker identifying the path), making sure that it does not twist and is behind, not over or in front of, the **** strap, but in front of the the slots that the bottom of the harness straps go through. Replace the seat cover. Put the carseat where you want it in the car. Look to see that the level lines on the shoulder belt positioning guide are level with the ground. Double check that the top tether is secured underneath the seat. Fasten one latch hook to the anchor in your seat, going from above the anchor, so that the clip part of the hook is on the bottom and the solid side is on top. Repeat on the other side. Kneel in the car seat to push it firmly into the seat while pulling the strap tight through the adjuster. The seat is installed tight enough when you can grab it at the belt path and can not move it more than 1 inch side to side. It is normal to be able to pull the top of the seat towards your car's seat back some. To install it with a seatbelt - (Please note - you can only install with the LATCH system OR the seatbelt - doing both together increases the stress and force on the seat and can damage it!) Recline the seat and secure the top tether as above. Place the seat in the car and make sure that the level lines are level with the ground, as above. Thread the seat belt through the rear facing belt path (again, the holes on the bottom front of the seat...look for the sticker). Thread it under the seat pad. Like above, it should go between the bottom slots for the harness and the **** strap. Buckle the seat belt. Kneel in the seat, pull the seat belt all the way out from it's feeder, and feed it back in, pulling it as tight as you can. Check for tightness as above. While your child is rear-facing, the harness should be in a slot that is even with or below his shoulders. Pull it snug - when it's tight enough, you shouldn't be able to pinch up any slack lengthwise at the shoulders or hips and it should lay in a straight line without any sagging. Make sure the chest clip is even with the baby's armpits, not over the neck or the belly. Good luck!

Nov 22, 2008 | Cosco Alpha Omega Elite 5-Point 22-155

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LATCH Attached?


The latch can be used in the rear facing position.

On mine there was a screw which secured the nylon to the seat.

You need to remove the screw and remove the LATCH belt.

The LATCH belt must then be threaded through the belt location under the child's seat, rather than behind.

Pay attention if there are any arrows on your LATCH belt which point up, so that you thread the belt the right way. Remember that the seat is going to be rear facing! : )

On the side of my seat it shows a picture with the LATCH in use, threaded underneath the child's seat. Maybe your shows this too.

Hope this works for you!

Stuart

Nov 21, 2008 | Cosco Alpha Omega Elite 5-Point 22-155

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Converting to a Booster Seat.


Better yet, please use this manual for clear instructions and dont forget to leave a rating for me. Thanks!!!
http://www.coscojuvenile.com/instructions.asp

Jan 19, 2008 | Cosco Alpha Omega Elite 5-Point 22-155

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Booster seat


Converting the seat to a booster: (Alpha Omega Elite Deluxe 2004 version, Eddie Bauer)
After all said and done, the base can probably be left on, it helps to recline the chair when the child is asleep. If you want to leave it out, the manual says the base can be removed for narrow vehicle seats or airline use. Locate the center bar at the bottom of the seat, push the tab at the end of the bar and pull the bar out. The seat can then be separated from the base. The seat has a "kickstand" that can be pulled out to sit the seat upright. Put the bar back in the base so you don't lose it.

To remove the harness, remove the base first. Then from the back of the seat, unfasten the harness from the harness bracket. Store the bracket by looping it behind and around the back spine of the shell. You can unthread the harness from that point and pull it out. From the bottom of the seat, locate the buckle's metal clip. Insert the clip up through the shell and pad, from the front pull the buckle free from the shell. Lock latch plates into buckle for safekeeping.

Once the seat is converted to adult straps don't use the latch system; hook the hooks together to keep it from swinging around, and place the top anchorage strap behind the seat with the anchor hook under the seat.

Nov 09, 2007 | Eddie Bauer 3-In-1 with Latch

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The Latch Tether difficult to tighten


Could you use the LATCH belt from the last seat that you used when your child was smaller? All the LATCH belts I have seen look the same.

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