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Orbit Baby Toddler Car Seat


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  • Parenting made easier: the only convertible car seat that saves your back with easy docking at nearly any angle onto the car seat base
  • Simplifying travel: the only convertible car seat you can easily dock onto a stroller, meaning you can just bring one seat when you travel
  • Baby-safe, planet-friendly: orbitgreen: Certified Fabrics with Oeko-Tex certification
  • For use with children from 15-65 lbs; 15-35 lbs rear-facing and 20-65 lbs, 50 in forward-facing
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Technical Details
Item Weight21.5 pounds
Product Dimensions23 x 18 x 24 inches
UPC898618001232 069339100003
Item model numberORB807000M
Minimum weight recommendation15 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation65 Pounds
Number of items1
OrientationForward / Rear Facing
Harness type5 Point
  
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ASINB0017VM2NY
Best Sellers Rank #53,536 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight36.2 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
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Color: Mocha

From the Manufacturer

Orbit Baby's Toddler Car Seat combines unique flexibility with real-world safety. Rotate it on your Orbit Baby car seat base for the most back-saving way to get your toddler in and out of the car. When traveling, seamlessly dock and rotate it on all Orbit Baby strollers and rockers. Our rotating Toddler Car Seat design makes it easy to keep your child in the safest rear-facing position as long as possible. As your child grows, continue using the seat forward-facing with our included Side-Impact Braces.


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Customer Reviews

I dont even need to take my child out of the car seat when I lock the seat into the stroller frame!
Megan
The button is hard to depress to release the buckle, the buckles always twist around the belt, so I have to twist them back around so the straps aren't twisted.
Rebma
I contacted Orbit and they gave me a bunch of things to try to make it work, but nothing has improved this problem.
bizzy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

83 of 98 people found the following review helpful By CityBee on September 11, 2011
Color Name: Black
I don't even know where to begin - basically, it is a horrible car seat. I would like to slap myself for ever falling for the bells and whistles of the swivel/dock feature Orbit is so proud of. I recommend you to stay away from Orbit, the toddler car seat in particular. Your wallet will thank you and you will save yourself a headache. If you feel like reading why, go ahead.

We have the Orbit Baby G2 travel system (the frame, the base, and the infant car seat) and felt somehow trapped as we thought since we already have the expensive base we should get the Orbit toddler car seat to put it to further use (our 12-month old baby is getting too big for the infant seat). Unfortunately, we were unable to see the toddler car seat in person because no retailer seems to have a floor model of this thing. I was hesitant to order it online so we went to a store hoping we would be able to take it out of the box to further examine its functions because I wasn't sure whether it has a recline function (Orbit website does not mention this function at all). So we went and were told by the shop that they do not have a floor model (surprise) and that the box cannot be opened. So I asked a few questions and was assured and reassured that it does, indeed, recline into a very comfortable position to accommodate babies and small toddlers. We paid almost $400 ($360 + NYC tax) and brought this thing home where we discovered that it DOES NOT RECLINE!!! I was furious because I asked 3 different sales persons and all of them assured me that it does recline. Every other convertible car seat on the market has a reclining function, especially at this price point. And frankly, for almost $600 ($360 seat + $220 base) it should recline automatically when I say "recline".
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mommylicious on November 25, 2011
Color Name: Mocha Verified Purchase
I own the Orbit Baby Stroller set and once my little one outgrew his infant carrier, I was hesitant to get the Orbit Baby Toddler Car Seat because of a bit of sticker shock. In the end, I am glad I bought it. We keep a car seat in every car so we don't have to switch them around and this is hands down the best. The AirProtect is second, but by FAR. We also bought a bargain priced Cosco one and that one is just terrible (I got what I paid for - and will be replacing it soon enough!).

This has been so convenient for me, especially when we travel. I bring my Toddler Car Seat and my Orbit base and voila! Car Seat and stroller in one! The fact that it can rotate on the stroller base and seemlessly go from the car to the stroller or even into the house when my little one has fallen asleep is perfect!

Please note that once you put the car seat in the front facing position, you will discontinue the use of the rotating base and will then use the brackets (which are nicely packaged and easy to use). Despite this set back, I still love it. Everything is cleverly designed, from the "paparazzi cover" and where it is stored, to the tiny velcro tabs that keep the straps for the seat open while your baby is not inside of it. This is a very well made car seat and I couldn't be happier.

I love all my Orbit Baby products!

If you're using the toddler car seat as a stroller seat whilst on vacation and you'd like some more shade/coverage (we did when we took our baby to Hawaii!), then simply purchase a $12 Ray Shade and you can attach the top straps to the strap in the back that holds the paparazzi cover and thread the side straps into the upper or lower holes along the tension line for the handles. You'll easily double or triple your shade this way.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By bizzy on February 6, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I really really wanted to love the Orbit Toddler car seat, but it just sucks. I read all the reviews I could find and decided that I would risk the money and buy this over a Britax. I wish I hadn't and I will replace it as soon as my daughter is forward facing. I bought this item because I have truly loved all the other Orbit products and I thought that this rotating seat would be as wonderful as the infant seat. My problem is that the straps get twisted in the back of the car seat and I am unable to tightly secure and restrain my 12 month old daughter. I pull and pull on the strap, but it won't tighten. I have to turn the seat around, open the back compartment and fix it. This happens about 80% of the time. Its a huge waste of time and effort. I contacted Orbit and they gave me a bunch of things to try to make it work, but nothing has improved this problem. I'm so sad to write this review and even sadder to have spent all that money.
UPDATE: I am now experiencing the problem with the twisting straps that other reviewers have complained about. Its amazing how they get twisted for no apparent reason. My daughter hates being put in her car seat and this makes it even more unbearable. I hate this seat!
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36 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Sarah Mc Bride on June 29, 2010
Color Name: Black
I am thrilled with my Orbit Baby toddler car seat and want to put to rest some of the issues others have brought up. Our family has all the other Obit Baby products and with this final addition to the collection, I see all the usual thoughtfulness of design and attention to detail.

Our son is 14 months old, around 30" tall and 24 lbs and absolutely loves his new seat. We have installed it rear facing in the center seat (on the base) of our CRV. Though the seat is very tall, it allows for plenty of growth in the future and I can still see out the rear window just fine. Also, when installed on the base, our son gets a few extra inches of height and he loves to look out the window.

I also want to point out that the rear installation on the base makes use of the anti-rebound feature of the base which is RARELY found in any car seat on the market in the US, though very common in Europe. The base is braced against the rear seat-back and prevents the seat from tipping forward and smashing your kid into the seat back in the event of a crash. This also protects you child's legs and makes it even safer to keep them rear facing as long as possible. The only other way to get this kind of protection is to use a tether strap and an anchor in the floor of the car, which most cars do not have. Britax is the only other manufacturer to address this in rear facing situations. Kids can sit fine with their legs crossed; lots of safety experts have commented that rear facing as long as possible is the way to go.

There is no point in using the base (or any base) forward facing as it is very important to use the top tether to secure the seat tightly against the car's seat-back.
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