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Graco SnugRide 32 Infant Car Seat, Zurich

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  • Fits 97% of one year-olds to keep your child rear-facing for one full year
  • Convenient, stay-in-car base with seat belt lock-off and adjustment dial to help insure secure installation
  • Engineered and crash tested to meet or exceed U.S standard
  • 5-point harness with front adjustment helps keep baby secure
  • 180 degrees rotating canopy with peek-a-boo window helps shade your child from any direction
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight15.7 pounds
Product Dimensions30.7 x 18.7 x 15.6 inches
Item model number1749642
Minimum weight recommendation40 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation32 Pounds
Care instructionsMachine washable pad
Seat weight without base9.7 Pounds
OrientationRear Facing
Rear-facing minimum child weight5 Pounds
Rear-facing maximum child weight32 Pounds
Harness type5 pt
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #83,877 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight19.6 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Product Description

Meet the car seat more moms rely on than any other. Our top-rated Graco SnugRideâ"¢ 32 has been thoughtfully constructed and rigorously tested for safety, including side-impact testing, to help keep your baby secure up to 32 pounds and 32 inches tall. Its LATCH-equipped, stay-in-car base has a one-hand dial adjustment to ensure the proper installation angle, and an integrated belt lock-off to further simplify installation. Add in the removable infant head support and the EPS, energy absorbing foam, and itâ€TMs easy to see why this infant car seat is one of Americaâ€TMs favorites.

From the Manufacturer

Innovative Technology That Keeps Your Baby "Rear To A Year". The Infant SnugRide32Car Seat holds babies up to 32 pounds and 32" tall. That means it fits 97% of one-year-olds and can keep your baby rear-facing for one full year. It's been extensively crash tested to meet or exceed U.S. standards, and engineered for safety. The seat's base stays put in your car for a convenient, 1-time installation. Its seat belt lock design makes it simple to tightly secure the base, and an adjacent dial helps for an easier installation. The seat's patent-pending 5-point harness can also be easily adjusted, thanks to an accessible front strap. The carrier handle is uniquely designed so it's more comfortable for parents to transport. For Baby's comfort, the padded seat has an infant head support plus 180 degrees rotating canopy. All this means you'll enjoy a full year of hassle-free travels with your most precious passenger.

Customer Reviews

This has been a great seat for us and we're still using it with our 11 month old.
Alexandra Burns
There is no way he'll make it all winter in this car seat - it's simply too tight (and I've adjusted the height of the straps already.
Cons: - It's a heavy car seat that only gets heavier as baby grows, but we knew that when we bought it.

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65 of 68 people found the following review helpful By M. McGaha on April 23, 2009
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When we learned we were having twins, and one of each sex, at that, we discovered a dilemma: finding a fairly gender-neutral color scheme/pattern in pretty much everything we would be getting for them. Then, we took a car seat class at the hospital where we were delivering and learned what to look for in a car seat. The Graco SnugRide32 Zurich fulfilled all criteria. The sage/lime green (which later inadvertently became one of the colors of the nursury) and brown fulfilled the gender-neutral criteria, while looking pretty darned classy at the same time. I now feel like I have to dress up when I'm lugging these things around, just to pull it all together.
Anyway, the features are what's important: The instructor in the car seat class stated that the American Pediatric Association recommends that an infant remain rear-facing in a car seat until 1 year of age or 30 lbs. The SnugRide32 meets this standard and then some, which was rather attractive and money-saving in the long run, as most of the other car seats we looked at had weight limits that topped out at 20-something pounds. This one rates up to 32 lbs. The SnugRide32 base also has the LATCH system feature, which makes installation a lot easier if your car was made in 2003 or later. If not, as in our case, installation is still really easy, as the base has a built-in clamp that helps hold the seat belt more tightly in place, thus keeping the whole thing locked down more securely. Also, the seat has a five-point, fully adjustable harness system that keeps baby safe and snug as a bug in a rug. Finally, it has the one feature that our instructor said was worth whatever extra it may cost--the front harness adjustor strap.
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62 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Touk on November 2, 2009
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I'll cut to the chase - while this IS a very safe car seat for children to ride in, it is NOT an easy seat for some parents to deal with.

This seat is BIG; if you don't drive an SUV or mini-van it will gobble up your back seat.

This seat is DEEP; newborns can be very difficult to extract from the seat without pulling them by the arms or shirt front. Additionally smaller newborns can experience breathing difficulties from neck flexion as the seat tends to push their chin down to their chest.

This seat is HEAVY; that gal you saw happily arm carrying her infant in it's seat at the store isn't gonna be you. This seat is gonna make you work for it - and wake the little one sleeping while you do it, because its weight makes it very awkward getting in and out of the vehicle as well as extremely cumbersome to simply carry. Door frames, you will soon learn, are not your friend.

This seat's straps were designed by the Devil himself. The straps are too short to pull out of the way for the child's placement, so you always end up setting the child on top, then pulling them out from underneath - again guaranteeing that you will wake them. As well, the vaunted 5 point buckle requires a form a hand strength that is usually reserved for professional wrestlers - only the buckle is barely large enough for the average adult hand to manipulate. Its great fun to time yourself trying to get the silly thing open when Baby is in full battle cry. Once you have it open, its back to fighting with the straps again as they aren't long enough to fully pull out of the way, and will repeatedly grab the child up around the shoulders and arms.

Lastley, this seat is HOT; the number one reason for mid-drive pull overs - sweaty screaming kid.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Bobo on September 21, 2009
When we were looking for a car seat, it kind of came down to the Peg Perego or the Graco. I mean, as others have pointed out, there are really only a few manufacturers anyways and most of them are pretty similar.
The Graco won out because of a handful of key points:
- The Graco was significantly lighter vs. the Peg (and if you don't think so, you must be Superman...)
- The mechanism to move the handle out of the way was slightly awkward on the Peg, especially for smaller hands
- The Graco was A LOT cheaper. But to be honest, the Graco looks like it. Peg looks like it is a quality design. This Graco model was the best option of the Graco's, the others were so "cheap" looking and the grab handle has sharp edges so you can't hook it on your arm to carry.

So after actually _using_ it, what do I think? That maybe I should have gone with the Peg. Here's why:
- Even with the latch system, the base of the seat doesn't seem terribly secure. I really tugged on it to tighten the straps as much as I could, but still....
- The sitting position for baby? Not so good. Baby gets really crunched up, which may kind of seem secure, but it crunches up baby's breathing passages and also his stomach so baby tends to throw up milk if put in the seat immediately after feeding
- Baby's back gets really sweaty after only short trips in the seat. This never happens in the stroller.
- The should strap system is really bad design. They are _just_ too short to hang them off the side or hook them out of the way when putting baby in. It's stupid, a couple more centimetres and it would've been fine. *** Note: I just checked the Peg, and the design here is way better. It doesn't have this problem and the straps stay nicely out of the way.
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