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Make sure your child's rear-facing car seat is leveled properly to ensure easy breathing. Not all car seats fit perfectly in every car. A simple foam leveler can make all the difference between a comfortable, content baby and a long, whiny trip down the road. This foam bolster has three differently curved sides so your car seat can be as level as the manufacturer recommends. It works with adjustable and nonadjustable car seat bases. Dimensions are 16 by 5 by 5 inches.
SafeFit Car Seat Leveler has three positions to assure rear facing baby is at the proper 45 degree angle. Three positions to assure rear facing baby is at a proper 45 degree angle. The 45 degree angle is recommended to prevent baby's head from falling forward and restricting air flow. The size can be cut to accommodate lower latch systems. Use with rear facing infant or convertible car seats.
This worked perfectly for adjusting how the infant carrier sat in the car. I'm sure each car is different but this made a huge difference for our Graco carrier.Published on March 11, 2013 by Mikkel Morgan
This product works very well. Balanced out my car seat. I was always
Using towels to balance it until I found this. Very happy
Ever since we moved "up" to convertible car seats for our twins, we could never install them properly (level) in the rear-facing position and it was always a point of stress... Read morePublished on February 19, 2012 by Tanja
We used (before our baby arrived) two bath towels rolled up to fill the gap between the back seat and car seat. Read morePublished on November 28, 2011 by socalbetty
I bought an exercise noodle after this purchase that worked much better though I still use this in my car and have the exercise noodle in my wife's.Published on August 9, 2011 by Tony
This product works really well for our Britax advocate cs 70 car seat. We had a hard time using towels because when ever my husband sat down on the seat to tighten the latch... Read morePublished on November 30, 2010 by Tanya
This item states the truth when stating that it is safer than pool noodles. Many carseat publications from safety compliance brochures(such as the one I got from the hospital)... Read morePublished on May 1, 2010 by Molly Lafayette
too bulky and it makes the car seat narrower than it should be. or maybe it's just that our car doesn't have enough space between the car seat and the front seat for it to work... Read morePublished on December 15, 2009 by J. Allen
Bought this for my grandson when he graduated from his infant car seat to the next one. He was only a few months old, as he is a big boy, and he had little control over his head. Read morePublished on November 21, 2009 by Marilyn