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Chicco Keyfit 30 Infant Car Seat and Base, Midori (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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4.7 out of 5 stars 514 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • Nylon
  • Imported
  • Secures baby from 4 to 30 pounds
  • Energy-absorbing foam for improved side-impact protection
  • Removable newborn insert for smaller babies
  • Thickly cushioned seat pad and five-point harness for maximum comfort
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Product Description

Color: Midori | Style: Car Seat

Proper installation is the key to making your baby's world safer. Chicco KeyFit is the easiest car seat to install correctly. The Chicco KeyFit 30 Infant Car Seat is the premier infant carrier for safety, comfort, and convenience. With its removable newborn insert, the KeyFit 30 Car Seat will accommodate your baby from four to thirty pounds. The KeyFit 30's thickly cushioned seat includes a five-point safety harness and is lined with energy-absorbing foam for increased safety and comfort. The KeyFit 30 Base's spring-assisted level foot, two precision bubble levels, and center pull latch adjustment guarantee quick and correct installment from either side of your vehicle and give you confidence that your child is safely secured in your vehicle.

Product Information

Color: Midori | Style: Car Seat
Technical Details
Item Weight21 pounds
Product Dimensions17 x 24 x 22 inches
OriginChina
UPC049796603743
Item model number04061472630070
Target genderUnisex
Maximum weight recommendation30 Pounds
StyleCar Seat
Batteries requiredNo
Specification metcertified frustration-free
  
Additional Information
ASINB003SZPEFA
Best Sellers Rank #36,096 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight21.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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From the Manufacturer

#1-Rated Infant Car Seat

Fits your vehicle. Fits your child. The KeyFit Infant Car Seat is #1-rated for its ease of installation and its comfortable and secure fit for babies 4-30 pounds.

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My husband and I originally purchased this on the recommendation of a friend. We liked the way it looked and it had pretty good reviews. We knew it was for safety, but I was attracted to the style and extended use (due to it lasting up to 30 lbs). Now our baby is 6 months old and on her second Chicco Keyfit 30 car seat.

We were in an accident when she was 5 months old and rolled our SUV one and a half times, landing upside down. She stayed put - she started crying but there wasn't a scratch on her, thank God. As a precaution we took her by ambulance to Dell Children's Hospital, but she checked out OK with all of the doctors there. They told us to keep doing what we had been doing, and that the car seat not only saved her life, but saved her from minor/serious injury. Our doctor also told us that having your child in an infant seat as long as possible is the best way to keep them safe.

We went onto Amazon the next day and ordered the exact same car seat (you have to replace ANY car seat after an accident).
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Style Name: Car SeatColor: Sedona
Everyone already knows from every review and Consumer reports that this is a safe and easy to use car seat. I would like to address a totally different aspect, the one that seems to be many peoples only problem. THE CANOPY. after doing extensive research, reading many reviews, trying them out in several stores and speaking to 2 Chicco customer service reps, I hereby present to you a breakdown of the different canopies that the Keyfit 30 has to offer:

Before I begin I'd like to mention that each kefit 30 works the same, clicks the same and weighs virtually the same. But here are the 4 types of chicco keyfit 30 carseat canopys.

1) the "sporty" canopy- these are the ones that resemble baseball cap visors, and do not give a tremendous amount of sunshade. it is about this category that ppl have their issues with.( its important to mention, that albeit this minor flaw, people STILL swear by this car seat)

2) the "magic" canopy- these provide extra sunshade in that there is a zipper in the rear that when you open it extend the canopy by a mesh opening that provides an adequate amount of shade.

3) the "3-panel canopy"- this is the tricky one. These as well provide great sun protection. However, The only way to know if the one your looking at is a "3-panel canopy, youll have to check if this particular style (for example the keyfit 30 papyrus) comes in the matching BRAVO stroller system. If it does , then your car seat is a "3-panel canopy" which has much more shade than the "sporty" canopys.

4) the "ZIP" canopies. These provide ample sunshade as well, but the zip is just more of a fashion statement.
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Style Name: Car SeatColor: Granita Verified Purchase
My husband and I are expecting our first child in December. To prepare, we ordered the following car seat/stroller combos:
Britax B-Agile/B-Safe travel system, approx. cost $336 + tax
Baby Jogger City Mini Stroller, Chicco KeyFit 30 Car Seat, and the Baby Jogger Car Seat Adapter, approx. cost $495 + tax

We tested the systems to determine which would be the best for our baby. As engineers, we approached the tests in full scientific fashion by creating a specific list of points to evaluate. I marked the winner of each criterion (if there was one) with a “*” below.

----Car Seats----
--How easily each car seat base could be installed in our Honda Civic and into our Toyota Highlander--
Britax B-safe – Took less than five minutes to install properly after watching a YouTube video showing how to do it.
*Chicco KeyFit 30 – Fewer steps and adjustments required than the B-safe. It’s touted as being the easiest car seat to install on the market. While I haven’t tried to install every car seat available, it was very easy!

--How much room was left in the front seats with the car seat and base installed (my husband is 6’4” and requires ample leg room, whereas I am 5’4” and can handle more compact spaces). My husband tends to drive when I am in the car, so we put the car seat behind the passenger seat. It would be impossible to fit a 6’4” man and car seat in a row.--
Britax B-safe – For both the Civic and the Highlander, the passenger seat had to be pulled forward from the position that I normally ride with it in. The Civic resulted in about 3 inches between my knees and the dashboard, whereas the Highlander had a more comfortable 7 inches.
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