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Cosco Alpha Omega Elite Convertible Car Seat

by Cosco

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  • LATCH equiped for 5-35 lbs Rear facing; 22-40 lbs Forward facing; 40-100 lbs. Belt positioning booster
  • Removable, full-wrap tailored fabric pad
  • Padded head rest: Infant insert
  • Extra-wide roomy seat with comfort support seat
  • Up-front harness adjustment
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight20 pounds
Product Dimensions25.8 x 22.7 x 20.4 inches
UPC044681226175
Item model number22-155NSHE
Minimum weight recommendation5 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation100 Pounds
  
Additional Information
ASINB000GY5OAQ
Best Sellers Rank #182,760 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight20 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  
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Product Description

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The Cosco Alpha Omega Elite convertible car seat is an all-in-one option for baby travel safety systems. It starts as rear-facing infant car seat for babies 5 to 35 pounds. It has a removable infant insert to support the head, neck, and torso. It is equipped with the LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren), and has three reclining positions--if you find that your bucket seat causes insufficient recline (baby's head falls forward) the manufacturer recommends a tightly rolled towel under the lower edge so the bottom is horizontal. The five-point harness is padded, and two-piece chest clip keeps baby secure. The neck and shoulder pads help prevent chafing. When the child is at least 12 months and over 22 pounds, the Alpha Omega Elite turns into a forward-facing toddler car seat. Employ the top tether to help anchor the seat in this stage, and the removable toddler pillow will help keep baby comfortable. The four-position padded headrest doesn't require rethreading, and once the child is 30 to 40 pounds and their shoulders are above the upper slots, remove the harness and use as a belt-positioning booster. If the child is 40 to 100 pounds, you must switch to booster seat. The articulating armrests make it easier to belt in and more comfortable for the child. The comfort padding also makes riding in the booster seat more bearable. The base is narrow to fit in smaller cars, but the seat is wide and roomy. The velour cover comes off (with a bit of work) and is machine-washable. The Alpha Omega Elite will most likely be the only car seat you'll need. --Scott Teal

Product Description

The Alpha Omega Elite is a convertible car seat that grows with your child from infant to toddler mode, and then becomes a belt-positioning booster.

Features:

  • 3-n-1 car seat that grows with your child
  • As a rear-facing seat, holds an infant 5-35 pounds
  • As a forward-facing seat, holds a child 22-40 pounds with harness
  • As a belt-positioning booster, holds a child 40-100 pounds using the internal car seat restraint
  • EPP energy-absorbing foam in headrest
  • QuickFit harness system
  • Adjustable head pillow
  • Infant head support
  • 5-Point harness with up-front harness adjustment
  • 2-Piece harness retainer
  • 3-Position buckle strap locations
  • 3-Position recline
  • Deluxe removable seat pad
  • Adjustable pillow
  • Pivoting armrests
  • Removable cup holder
  • 2-Position belt-positioning guides on either side
  • Measures 25.25"H x 20"W x 19.5"D

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This is a VERY safe seat and very heavy duty.
SYN Wrath
I'm using the seat because I have no money to buy another one right now, however, I would not buy it again and would not recommend it to anyone.
Sophies Mom
He said we didn't need to replace it, but I'm buying another one anyway.
Erin M

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Erin M on September 28, 2007
I've seen a lot of complaints about using this car seat for infants beause it doesn't recline enough, but I'm surprised more people don't know that MANY car seats don't recline enough on their own. It all depends on the incline of your vehicle seat, and many times you need a rolled up towel or pool noodle to help recline the baby's car seat enough. My son outgrew the weight limit on his infant seat around 6 months old, and after a lot of research I replaced it with the Alpha Omega Elite. I've used this seat for 6-7 months and I love it so much I'm about to buy another one. The seat is bulky, especially rear-facing, and doesn't leave much leg room for a passenger in my front seat, but I don't mind that. It is comfortable, my son loves it (hated his Graco infant seat), it's easy to clean, and not too hard to get in and out of the car. What I love most is that at 14 months old, my son is 30 pounds but can still be rear facing in this seat. We were just in a fairly severe accident (rear-ended), and the paramedic/car seat inspector said this seat held up great. He said we didn't need to replace it, but I'm buying another one anyway.
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64 of 73 people found the following review helpful By B. Nieves in NYC on May 21, 2007
I am a mommy that does ALOT of studying before a purchase for my babies. I have a 5 yr old already and I know that the most expensive doesn't necessarily mean the best. So I went online to review the top rated car seats from mom's all over. There were the Britax (Of course, $300), Evenflo Triumph 5, and the Cosco Alpha Omega Elite 22155 and the Eddie Bauer version 22758, and the Graco Comfortsport. I looked into all of them starting with the lowest price which was the Graco, however, this seat doesn't recline and so I kept on looking. Next, was the Eddie Bauer 3-1 covertible car seat, now this was great and according to my hubby he loved it because our son looked great in it, however, we tried this out in the store and not in our vehicle so we kept this seat in mind and moved on. Next was the Evenflo and Alpha Omega Elite, the Evenflo didn't have any head rest or padding so that my son could get comfy in so I passed on it and moved on to the Alpha Omega Elite. I tried it in the store in Babies R Us where they have an actual car seat in the store so that you can try the seats out and the Alpha Omega looked great but we didn't have our son with us to try it out and so it became a choice between the Eddie Bauer 3-1 and the Alpha Omega Elite and while I was comparing the two I realized that they were both the same from the same maker Cosco. (The Eddie Bauer did look a little nicer though) There was a $20 difference between the two and so I went for the savings. I purchased the Alpha Omega Elite, installed it in my minivan which was easy but when I placed my 6 month old into it and he fell to sleep my 5 yr old and I had a hard time keeping the babies head from falling into his chest. I was very upset.Read more ›
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Christy White on July 26, 2007
We did so much research and this seat passed all the tests. It's comfy and easy to use.

The reason we had to return it was the short crotch strap. My daughter is 2 1/2 and in the 50% for weight (95% for height) and the center buckle dug into her legs. It was just too short. She is tall and thin! When I called customer service, they said that have had "tons" of complaints about this, but there was "nothing they could do." She said they were "aware of the problem" but overall was quite rude about the entire situation. I would not buy this seat unless your child has VERY skinny thighs.
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27 of 32 people found the following review helpful By ConnerX8 on October 8, 2007
Don't buy this item before you check out the other offering from Amazon through a seller called BabyAge, a company that has been selling things online since 1999. Do a amazon search for "Cosco Alpha Omega Elite 3-in-1 Car Seat" it will come up for $89.99+$7.95 shipping, considerably less. It is the same seat, and the description proclaims that it is similar in design to the Eddie Bauer seat. It also is the same seat that Babies 'R US is selling for $160.00. Plus, you get Amazon's great guarantee as well.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By ruby chimera on April 1, 2007
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Wow! What a great car seat! It has everything we wanted +: LATCH, infant head cushion, easy to install, easy to adjust while child is in it, several belt positions, several shoulder belt positions, different positions for the belt that is in the seat too making it a better / safer fit, and it has a cupholder which my daughter adores.. She puts her stuffed friends in it so they have a seat too!

We love it so much that we are going to purchase another for our second child. Highly recommend this product.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By SouthernAZ Mom on October 26, 2007
I purchased this seat last week after much research and debate. I have a 1 year old who I am bumping out of her infant seat. I was torn between the Graco Safe Seat Step 2 and this Alpha Omega Elite. After comparing the 2 side by side in the store, the Graco seat was HUGE and had a wierd shape to it. I wasn't sure how it would fit in my car, so I bought the Alpha. I brought it home and installed it rear facing. It fit well, was easy to install and my baby had no problems with her head flopping. This seat actually reclined more than her infant seat. And if the recline is not enough the instructions tell you how to put a rolled towel underneath. Most convertible seats do not have a recline feature at all! I then turned the seat forward-facing. It was equally easy to install. It fits great in my Jeep SUV. My little girl has no problem sleeping in it seems really comfortable and safe. I was wondering how happy this purchase would make me, I am not dissappointed at all. Plus since this seat accomodates to 100 lbs, she can use it well into her childhood. I think this is one of the most versatile, safe, inepensive seats on the market today.I would recommend it.
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