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Safety 1st Alpha Omega Elite Convertible Car Seat, Lamont

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  • 3 modes of use: rear facing 5-35 pounds; forward facing 22-40 pounds; belt positioning booster 40-100 pounds
  • Quickfit harness system allows you to adjust your child from the front in one easy step
  • Epp energy absorbing foam
  • Multi-positon recline with pivoting armrests
  • Removable cup holder
  • rear facing 5 to 35 pounds and forward facing 22 to 40 pounds and belt positioning booster 40 to 100 pounds
  • Multi positon recline with pivoting armrests
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Technical Details
Item Weight18 pounds
Product Dimensions25.5 x 20 x 22 inches
OriginUSA
UPC884392559199
Item model numberCC061LMT
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB0043D2A9O
Best Sellers Rank #14,802 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight19.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Safety 1st Alpha Omega Elite Convertible Car Seat offers 3 modes of use for an infant, young baby or toddler.. The Safety 1st Alpha Omega Elite Convertible Car Seat can be used in the rear-facing position for an infant or the forward facing position with a 5-point harness for an older baby and it converts to a belt-positioning booster for a toddler. The ProTech EPP energy absorbing foam makes the seat extra safe. The Quickfit harness system easily adjusts from the front without rethreading. The infant head support and 3 position recline is an essential for baby's comfort and support. Removable cup holder keeps beverage close to child. The 4-position adjustable headrest grows with your child. The vehicle seat belt can be correctly positioned across your child with the 2-position belt positioning guides. Pivoting armrests make getting in and out of the car seat easy. The car seat pad is removable for easy cleaning. Appropriate for use *from birth through toddler for a child between 19 and 52" in height *in the rear-facing position for a child weighing between 5-35 pounds *in the forward-facing position for a child weighing between 22-40 pounds *as a belt positioning booster seat for a child weighing between 40-100 pounds.

Customer Reviews

It seems very comfortable for my toddler and easy to strap into the car.
Penelope
As many others have mentioned, we cannot get this seat adequately level in the rear facing reclined position.
Jessica French
The harness does not tighten or loosen easily and the belt and buckles easily get twisted between uses.
P. Nelson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

446 of 473 people found the following review helpful By chelseyadele on December 29, 2011
this seat is amazing, yes it can be a chore to clean and it is large in comparison to other seats but its size only makes more comfort for child. my son is 16 months old and last week we were in a major auto accident totaled our car and an electric pole went into our car next to my sons car seat. He was okay only a small bruise from the impact pushing the seat belt into his skin. The Emts could not get over how great the seat protected him we hit the pole going 70 mph and i was told he should of been hurt pretty badly but his car seat saved him. One of the Emts even said he was going to buy the same seat for his child after seeing it save my sons life. I am very lucky in my opinion i had this seat and seems to me the emts thought so too
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262 of 285 people found the following review helpful By ckoch1978 on October 9, 2012
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This is the 1st review I have ever felt compelled to leave. I purchased this car seat a little less than a year ago and have been very pleased with it and then a few days ago I was struck head on by a drunk driver traveling at about 50 mph and my 3yr old son walked away from the crash completely unharmed. I can not tell you how thankful I am that he was uninjured and that his car seat performed exactly as it should have if I could give this car seat 10 stars I would I have already ordered another one to replace the one that was involved in the accident.
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97 of 117 people found the following review helpful By MarkMandyLa on January 3, 2013
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This car seat is a fantastic product at an amazing price (at the time we purchased it in 11/2012 it was $110). While researching a car seat for our first child, my husband and I were excited about the prospect of the Alpha Omega Elite's three-way conversion but were dismayed when we could not figure out how to install it rear-facing without being excessively wobbly, no matter what we tried.

So after 5+ hours of researching online, reading manuals and watching online instructional videos on YouTube (such as the one for the Safety 1st Complete Air, which is **NOT** the same model but still offers a visual for parents like us who have never installed a car seat before), my husband set out towards our car with determination in his eyes!

Before we begin, here's some facts about our installation of an Alpha Omega Elite in "Lamont":
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* Our car is a 2004 Chevrolet Caviler (4-door)

* We used the LATCH system. Our car does not offer the LATCH system in the middle backseat, so we had to put it behind the passenger's seat. My husband also attempted the seatbelt installation in the middle, but he could not tighten it properly because the belt was quite stubborn and kept twisting after being thread through the carseat.

* Upon first attempt it was installed behind the driver's seat, but due to our car's size that required the driver's seat to be pushed up all the way. This made it extremely difficult to move between the pedals, and we felt like that posed a hazard we weren't willing to take (especially when driving around our little one)!
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24 of 31 people found the following review helpful By eaglemedic on January 25, 2012
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We bought this carseat in November. It has an October manufacture date. Over the weekend we were moving the carseat from one care to another and one of the hooks for the latch system came off the belt. This hook is responsible for securing the seat to the car if it can break under the force of being moved from one vehicle to another imagine what would of happened during a wreck. I am thankful it broke at this time b/c if I had been in a wreck it may of caused injury or death.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Lyssa on August 26, 2014
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I'm a first time mom, and I JUST received and installed this car seat. It is not a behemoth nor is it insanely difficult to install rear-facing and all the way reclined. I did have to move my front passenger seat up...an inch. I have a 2001 Chevy Malibu and my husband has a '10 Toyota corolla with an even smaller backseat than mine. We placed it in his car and aside from moving the front passenger up (again an inch) it sat just fine. By no means did we have to move the passenger seats up all the way. Bigger/long legged people may not have as much leg room but it's completely doable.

As far as the installation, it's get it in the correct position, thread the seat belt through, fasten and tighten seatbelts, put the metal clip on and make strap adjustments on the harnesses and BAM! You're good to go. It took us 15 min tops, and that was only because we were double checking ourselves. Seriously the low star reviews made it sound like it was brain surgery.

This is an amazing price for a great combo car-seat.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By imightgoworkforthecarseatco on August 13, 2013
Please don't buy this. It was on sale at a local retailer that I usually trust for quality. Everything you have read about the seat's size is true. My husband has a very large SUV and it still doesn't fit well. Also, trying to get it to the incline appropriate for an infant is IMPOSSIBLE. I had my tape measure out and everything. THEN- the straps that you use to secure the child in the appropriate place do not release when you push down the release button. You have to manually feed them through the seat while pulling from the other side. I try to give the benefit of the doubt in reviews and go with the more positive side, but I promise you, don't.
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