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Evenflo Triumph Advance LX Convertible Car Seat, Harbortown

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  • Infiniteslide harness adjustment
  • Tension right harness adjustment
  • Multi-position recline
  • Removable body pillows
  • Removable, flip-down cup holder
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight21 pounds
Product Dimensions17 x 20 x 29.5 inches
UPC032884146147
Item model number3801837
Maximum weight recommendation50 Pounds
Care instructionsRemovable, washable pad
Rear-facing minimum child weight2 Pounds
Rear-facing maximum child weight35 Pounds
Forward-facing minimum child weight20 Pounds
Forward-facing maximum child weight50 Pounds
  
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Additional Information
ASINB000YZD0QM
Best Sellers Rank #48,758 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight23 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  
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Product Description

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Keep your child safe and secure in the car with the Triumph Advance LX, Harbortown from Evenflo. Designed for children two to 35 pounds in rear facing, and 20 to 50 pounds and up to 50 inches tall in forward facing, this convertible car seat allows your child to stay in a 5-point harness over a year longer than traditional car seats with a 40-pound rating, which helps keep your child safer as he grows.

The Evenflo Triumph Advance LX car seat offers:
  • Forty-pound rating.
  • Easy harness adjustment thanks to InfiniteSlide system.
  • Multi-position recline for extra comfort and flexibility.


The InfiniteSlide harness lets you easily adjust the harness.
Infinite Slide Harness Adjustment
The Harbortown meets or exceeds all U.S. safety standards, making it a smart, reliable choice. One of its key safety features is the InfiniteSlide harness system which allows you to change the harness height by simply sliding the red tabs up and down. This system also does not require re-threading, saving you time and decreasing the chance of improper positioning. Additionally, the 5-point harness easily tightens with a quick turn on the TensionRight knobs on each side of the seat.

Proper Positioning for a Safe, Comfortable Ride
Proper positioning of your child in the car seat is extremely important, not only for his or her comfort, but also to ensure optimum safety and protection. That's why the Harbortown has a multi-position recline and removable body pillows to surround baby in soft support. Two buckle straps accommodate growing children by being easy to adjust, and the EPP foam liner helps absorb energy to maintain proper positioning in the case of sudden or jarring movement.

There's even a removable, flip-down cup holder to hold your child's favorite drink in a convenient location that they can easily access. This holder also folds out of the way when not in use. The Harbortown also offers perks for parents, including a machine washable pad that's a snap to remove and clean. Easy to install and adjust, the Harbortown features a parent-friendly design that's durable, reliable and, most importantly, safe.

About Evenflo
For over 85 years, Evenflo has been a worldwide leader in the development of innovative infant equipment and is now one of the nation's leading manufacturers of high quality baby care and juvenile products. Evenflo began as a company that solely distributed baby care products. They have now expanded to manufacturing products, like car seats, strollers, high chairs, play yards and activity centers, that meet all the needs of children from birth to the pre-school years.

Product Description

Evenflo Triumph Advance Convertible Car Seat accommodates infants rear facing from 5-35 lbs. and forward facing 20-50 lbs.

Features:

  • Infinite Slide Harness adjustment system
  • Removable body and infant head support pillows
  • Multi-position ReclineRight base
  • TensionRight knob tightens harness easily from the side
  • EPP, energy absorbing foam liner
  • Fold-down cup holder for easy access to drinks and folds out of the way when not in use
  • Removable, washable pads
  • 2 buckle strap positions accommodate growing child
  • Meets or exceeds all applicable U.S. safety standards

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I highly recommend this car seat.
ERMcRey
It is so much easier to get him in and out of the seat because of the adjustable straps can be loosened and tightened by the turn of a knob.
farmerwife
Overall, my daughter seems very happy, and comfortable in the seat.
K. Morfoot-kittaneh

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

168 of 168 people found the following review helpful By Heidi mother of 4 on June 5, 2008
Color Name: Harbortown
This is a great car seat. I purchased this one about 6 weeks ago when my son (child #3) outgrew his infant car seat at only 9 months old. I had previously purchased an earlier model of this car seat for my first child, and sadly our car was stolen with the car seat inside. I liked the first one I had, and I like this one even more. Here are the key points:

*It seems to be extremely comfortable for the child. It's big and cushy. My son likes it. My daughter did, too.

*It really seems to offer a lot of protection with its big seat that kind of curves around the child. On the down side, if you plan on moving the seat around a lot (as another reviewer mentioned), it is quite heavy. But the truth is, it's not designed to be portable--most convertible car seats are not. And if you have a small car, you might have trouble making it fit (I don't know this for sure because with three preschool children, I have a minivan).

*It is easy to install. I have installed a fair share of car seats, and this one is one of the better ones.

*It is very easy to adjust the straps. You can adjust the height of the shoulder straps from the front. How wonderful is that--it is such a hassle to rethread straps like you need to in many car seats that sometimes you can be tempted to leave them on a setting your child has outgrown for a while. You can also adjust the tension of the straps from the front very easily. You can actually make sure they are tight enough every time regardless of whether your little guy is wearing a sweatshirt and coat or a t-shirt. And if he likes to squirm while you put him in, you can loosen the straps, fasten him up and then tighten it to a safe tension. No problem at all.

*It is not too expensive.
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84 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Cedar on February 8, 2010
The Evenflo Triumph Advance in my opinion is one of the best convertible car seats available right now. The construction is top-notch (Britax is not the only game in town for picky parents anymore), it's easy to install correctly, and I love how easy it is to adjust every facet of the harness (you tighten the harness with knobs, the shoulder height adjusts by sliding the straps up or down, and the crotch strap easily shifts to one of two positions). My son seems just as comfortable in the Evenflo as he does in his other seat--a Britax Roundabout. The Evenflo is definitely more roomy, which I can see that he likes. I am especially pleased with the placement of the two crotch strap positions. They are perfectly placed--not too shallow and not too deep. We are, by the way, very happy with our two Roundabouts. We needed another set of convertibles because our daughter will outgrow her infant carrier--a 2006 Combi Connection--in a few months. So she will take the Roundabouts (rear-facing up to 35lbs) and our son will be in the Evenflos (we regularly drive two cars). We didn't purchase another set of Roundabouts because they only go up to 40lbs/40 inches and are, well, expensive.

If you are considering the Triumph Advance, you are probably also considering the Graco Nautilus and the Britax Marathon. I think those are great seats too. You just have to see what works for you. I skipped the Marathon because of price and skipped the Nautilus because it's made in China, cannot rear-face at all, is priced too high in my opinion, and lacks the awesome harness adjustability of the Triumph Advance (the 65lbs harness is awesome but the Nautilus only gives you two additional inches for height than the Triumph Advance--50 inches v. 52 inches (most kids outgrow seats by height not by weight)).
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60 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Kristy Woodward on March 27, 2008
Color Name: Harbortown
What a great carseat! I bought this for my 9 month old son after he outgrew the Graco Snugride (loved it too!). It is super easy to install and getting him in and out of it is a breeze. You never have to rethread the straps as the child grows taller because they are easily adjusted even with the child sitting in the seat! I love how the straps tighten with the use of a knob at the base of the seat. My 3 year old has the Alpha Omega Elite and you have to pull the strap in between his legs to tighten the straps. I thought really liked the Alpha Omega Elite until we got the Triumph Advance. Also, washing the carseat cover is a snap...a few hooks to loosen and the whole cover comes off and can be thrown in the washing machine. Our other carseat has to be taken out of the car and almost completely taken apart...what a pain. I actually just boght another Triumph Advance for my 3 year old and retired his Alpha Omega Elite...it just didn't compare! All in all, the Evenflo is easier to install, easier to buckle and unbuckle the kids in, easier to clean, and so much more comfortable!
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By D. Akers on June 5, 2008
Color Name: Harbortown
Recently purchased this Evenflo car seat for our 9 month old daughter who is rather long/large for her age, and was rapidly outgrowing our old Graco carrier/traveler system. Did a lot of research, and looked at this and other car seats in person at the store before purchasing. We liked the product features, particularly the harness/belt system. It is easy to use/quick to lock in baby, and the fact that there is an easy to reach knob for loosening/tightening the straps is a big plus. No need to constantly adjust. We are also pleased to be able to get a very tight/locking fit of the seat into our car, something we struggled with when using the base to our Graco infant car carrier.

I was concerned looking at it that the back of the seat was going to be much too high for driver visibility and, indeed, when installed, it seemed quite high. But it was a non-issue (we see the very tip top of the car seat but it doesn't obstruct our view when driving in our Honda Accord...and neither of us is very tall).

Our daughter seems happy in the seat and well supported, but there are two issues I am not 100% happy with....it advertises as having the side wings to support their heads when they want to sleep, but our daughter's head still flops forward in what looks like a neck wrenching position when sleeping. Also, her feet already touch the back of the auto's seat....it feels like the seat part is short in that sense....or else my daughter is just taller than we already noted! My best referral is that we're about to buy a second one for my husband's car, so happy overall.
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