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The First Years True Fit C670 Premier Convertible Car Seat, Geo Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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About the Product

  • Received five star ease fo use government rating from NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration)
  • Features the rebound energy management for use in rear facing installation
  • Removable headrest for better rear facing installation, can be used rear facing with headrest for infants up to 35 pounds
  • Easy to read center angle indicator with two position settings
  • Built in lock offs for both rear and forward facing installation, external latch storage
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Product Description

The True Fit Convertible Car Seats have all been awarded high Ease of Use ratings from the National Highway Transportation Administration That after reviewing our seats our labels and our instructions it was determined our seats were Easy To Use The True Fit Premier Rebound model C was awarded Five Stars in both the rear and forward facing modes the maximum awarded by NHTSA

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Technical Details
Item Weight18.5 pounds
Product Dimensions17.5 x 19.5 x 27.5 inches
Item model numberY11117
Minimum weight recommendation5 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation65 Pounds
Care instructionsSurface wash only
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #119,730 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight27.1 pounds
Domestic Shipping Currently, 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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125 of 128 people found the following review helpful By Madi on January 8, 2011
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Firstly, I would like to give Amazon and the seller an A++ for fast shipping. I was expecting to have to wait at least a week for this seat. I placed my order on January 5th. My estimated delivery was January 11th-14th. The car seat arrived on January 7th! I was amazed. And quite happy because I was anxious to get it. This review will be more of just an overview because my daughter has only ridden in it one day, but so far it is an awesome seat.

After doing tons of research for a convertible car seat for my fast growing 6 month old daughter, I thought I had run out of choices. I had previously owned a Safety 1st Alpha Omega Elite, and not only was that car seat a monster in size, it was also a pain to install, and it didn't even fit in the backseat of our 2007 Chevy Impala. I ran across this True Fit Premier, and it looked to be just about the same size as the Alpha Omega Elite,so I was weary of buying it. I had also looked at more expensive choices like Britax, but none of them have the Anti Rebound Bar like the True Fit has. I am very happy with my choice. The True Fit Premier was a BREEZE to install. I believe I got it installed 6 minutes, 7 tops. It was so easy I had to re install it again to make sure that I had done it right. The instructions are clear, with lots of pictures, and tips(are very helpful for people with little knowledge about car seats).

The first thing I noticed when the package arrived at my door was how small it was! I was expecting a huge box, but the True Fit Premier(TFP, from now on in my review) was in a mere square shaped box. I opened it and took everything out and was extremely surprised that the seat was very compact. I think someone who reviewed it earlier commented on how big it was...Maybe they have a really small car?
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71 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth Lininger on September 15, 2010
I cannot understand the negative reviews posted for these seats. I have one and am about to purchse 3 more for our two vehicles and two kiddos. Every function is simple, and ingenious. We have traveled ever since our first child was 4 months old and took this seat everywhere - all around the country. I have installed it in every rental car imaginable with relative ease. The belt locks are genius in my opinion, but the same result could be accomplished with two seperate cinch mechanisms with a latch belt that was split and fastened permanently to each side of the seat - whatever. Mostly i got to use the latch system, but on a couple of occasions, the locking clip had to be employed in an older vehicle or a newer vehicle without latch hooks in the location where we wanted the seat. I am an engineer, so maybe I have an advantage. I actually laughed when I read some statistics that stated 'most people install car seats incorrectly'. I have seen what others do as parent almost 3 years and concurr. It is not that difficult in my opinion, and I have not encountered a vehicle yet where this car seat couldn't be installed. The newest 'rebound' feature is interesting and probably useful in a hard rear end collision. Resultant damage or movement of the seat would not change if the impact is from any other direction - in my opinion.

All kids are messy. First mistake is allowance of eating in the car. My kids don't eat in my truck, typically, and I just don't have mess problems. Sure some cheerios once in a while, but thats it. My wife however, allows anything and everything. Yes, everything and anything will go down in to the crotch strap pass through - so what - clean it out when you wash the cover. It is not that difficult.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Sebass on November 11, 2010
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***UPDATE from Car Crash***

First of all, let me say that if your kid can face backwards...put them backwards. EVERY TIME, no questions asked. It's strange how so many people gave us crap for it because our child's legs looked smushed or he couldn't see all the cool stuff. Who cares. Would you rather have smushed legs or a snapped neck?

In January of 2011 our car was rear ended on the highway while stopped with the other car going about 40 MPH. The car was totaled. Our 16 month old's biggest problem was being scared. Once mom got him out of the car he stopped crying and then starting hamming it up with the paramedics.

There are two things that I hold as facts from this experience:

1. This car seat saved my child's life and prevented any and all injuries along with the 2011 Jetta Sportwagen he was in (VW is awesome)...not saying another car seat wouldn't have done the same thing, but I can only speak from experience and this did the job.

2. Because HE WAS REAR FACING at 16 months he is still alive. Call me dramatic if you want but had he been forward facing with his 99th percentile head his neck could have snapped and most likely would have. He was a premature baby by about 8 weeks and in Michigan you have to have an authorized person install the car seat the first time before you can leave the hospital. That state trooper told me too many stories about unstrapping kids that would have been okay had they been rearfacing. Just do it. Only now that he is about 25 months have we just turned the seat around as he outgrew the manufacturer guidelines for rearfacing.
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