The Safety 1st Guide 65 Sport Convertible Car Seat is the perfect fit for smaller cars, and helps protect your child longer in both rear and forward facing positions. In the rear-facing position, the Safety 1st Car Seat keeps children comfortable up to 40 pounds. Change the Safety 1st Guide 65 Sport Convertible Car Seat to a forward-facing position when it’s time, and your child will be snug in the 5-point harness all the way up to 65 pounds.
Safety 1st Guide 65 Sport Convertible Car Seat:
- Rear-facing: children 5-40 lbs and 19-40″ tall
- Forward-facing: children 22-65 lbs and 34-52″ tall
- 5-point safety harness system with center front adjust
- The Safety 1st Car Seat compact design great for small cars
- Side impact protection
- 5 harness heights and 3 buckle locations for proper fit
- Multi-position adjustable head rest for growing children
- LATCH-equipped for easy installation
- Meets or exceeds Federal Safety Standards
- Removable cup holder
- Dimensions: 20″L x 18″W x 24″H
- Some assembly required
- Airplane ready
- Safety Car Seat Weight: 14 lbs
- My son is 2 years old and non-mobile/non-ambulatory! The adjusting head rest comes down and supports his shoulders as well as his head. He has severe Hypotonia (low muscle tone) so it holds him in place! 🙂 Couldn’t be happier with this product!
- Not only does this seat allow you to rear face to 40lbs, but it fits so nicely in our car and doesn’t take up as much room as the Evenflo convertible seat we just replaced. Both my husband and I are tall and need the seats back as far as we can and this seat gave us an extra 2 or 3 inches! The seat is not black like it looks in the picture, its actually navy blue, but it’s still nice.
- I’m a firm believer in extended rear-facing; children under 4 years old are much safer rear-facing in the event of an accident. This seat will allow my children to rear-face until 40 pounds or 40 inches, whichever comes first, which is a fairly high limit. For the money, you can’t get higher height or weight limits for rear-facing. This seat does not have all of the bells and whistles that pricier ones have, but it is well-made, fairly compact & light weight, and comfortable. I now own two of these, one for each of my boys ages (1 and 2) as the younger one just grew out of his Scenera. I appreciate that they’re well-made and easy to use. It can be hard to get the correct angle when installing, but a tightly rolled towel placed in the seat bight does the trick for us and is CPST-approved. Don’t turn your little ones forward-facing too soon! Get one of these and keep them safe.
- So far this seems to be a great seat and it doesn’t take up a lot of room in our vehicle which I absolutely love. My sons seems to be comfortable in it too and for the price, you just can’t go wrong. I will add though that where it looks black in the picture, it is actually a dark blue.
- This is a replacement car seat and I love it ! We haven’t used the adjustable headrest yet but I’m sure I will be just as pleased with it as I have been with the car seat.
- I would definitely recommend the Safety 1st Guide 65 Sport Convertible Car Seat. I purchased this car seat a week or so ago after my son outgrew his infant car seat. This car seat has been nothing short of exceptional. The fabric is extremely comfortable and breathable. The headrest adjusts to accommodate your child’s height. It even comes with a removable cup holder. The car seat can be used forward or rear facing. I absolutely LOVE this car seat for my son and the price is extremely reasonable.
- Great car seat for compact cars. We needed one that fits in my husband’s Chevy Volt without taking up too much leg room and this is perfect. Many of the full size car seats are very bulky in depth and you end up needing to push the passenger seat all the way up when the car seat is rear-facing. The fabric was also surprisingly very nice and soft. As always, Walmart had the best price.
- This car seat is comfy for my little fella, gives him room to grow, and best of all fits comfortably in our small car. Our two kiddos each sit behind the front seats (as opposed to when there was just one and he was in the middle of the back seat). Because of this our new car seat had to be small enough to sit rear-facing behind the front seat extended all the way back (giving the most leg room to the front passenger.) The Safety 1st Guide 65 Convertible Car Seat was just what we needed! It’s small, comfortable, will sit forward facing when kiddo is big/old enough, and goes all the way up to 65 lbs. This is the only seat we’ll need until it’s time to swap into a booster seat. (If you’ve got a little more room in the back seat, I highly recommend big brother’s car seat: Safety 1st Alpha and Omega. Big brother Loves it and it even converts into a booster seat.)