Sunshine Kids Radian Carry Strap
- 2" wide for comfort
- Adjustable Length
- Metal Swivel Hooks
- By Sunshine Kids
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If you are travelling with this carseat, then do yourself a favour and invest another few dollars in 2 straps. Although getting one strap is helpful, you still have to balance a heavy carseat on one shoulder while bending down trying to control a toddler.
Oh, and I just leave them attached to the carseat when it is in the car, that way I don't lose them and I don't forget them for the next trip. They don't interfere with the latch or belt system, you just tuck them behind the carseat when you strap it in.
This is a heavy seat and needs a really good, heavy strap. My solution is to sew the existing strap flat to the padding, making it less adjustable, but adding some stability to the webbing so it doesn't roll as much.
It is a very sturdy strap and after many, many trips with it, the webbing is my only complaint.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These straps saved us when travelling. Compared to what you get with the car seats, this is much much better. Read morePublished 20 months ago by JBP
Very sturdy and well-designed. Too bad Amazon does not sell two of these in a bundle. You will need to order two of them if you want to carry the car seat like a backpack.Published on June 20, 2012 by Paul Chan
Used this for a trip across the country with a connecting flight and an 18 month old. We had to claim carseat after first flight and bring to new gate. Read morePublished on March 13, 2010 by Chris B.
We got this carry strap for a recent vacation, during which we flew three times with connections on each flight, so there was a lot of walking through the airport. Read morePublished on January 30, 2010 by K. Pijanowski
The straps work but are useless. The car seat is too heavy for an easy transport with these straps. I would recommend using a carrying bag instead with proper shoulder straps above... Read morePublished on December 21, 2008 by mathieu lupien