Child Safety Seat Ease of Use Ratings

 

Are All Seats Safe?
All car seats rated by NHTSA meet Federal Safety Standards & strict crash performance standards. While all rated seats are safe, they do differ in their ease of use in four basic catagories:

 

Evaluation of Instructions

Vehicle Installation Features

Evaluation of Labels

Securing the Child

 

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Safety 1st Complete Air 65 (RF)

 

Safety 1st Complete Air 65 (RF)

 

Manufacturer  /  Model NameSafety 1st Complete Air 65 (RF)
Model Number  /  Manufacture DateCC044-AIN  /  Nov 9, 2010
Harness Type5-pt
Weight  /  Height5lb - 40lb / 19" - 40"
Evaluation of Labels 3 stars
There is no picture of a child in the child restraint on the labels. Labels do not illustrate how to remove and prepare LATCH attachments for use.
Evaluation of Instructions 4 stars
The manual storage may be difficult to use. No full picture exists of a properly restrained child in the restraint in the owner's manual. The LATCH attachments arrive stored, and the owner's manual does not describe how to remove them from storage prior
Securing the Child 3 stars
The restraint was not set for the smallest possible occupant. The LATCH belt must be rerouted to convert the restraint to this mode of use from another mode. When disassembled for cleaning, mandatory parts of the restraint become detached and could be mis
Installation Features 2 stars
It may be uncomfortable for larger hands to route the seat belt or LATCH belt through the belt path. A printed/molded line is present on the restraint that must be leveled to the ground. There are not three levels of built-in recline available. LATCH a
Overall Ease of Use Rating 3 stars

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