So many choices out there it can be rather confusing… Here's what I've found out so far…

3-In-1 Car seats could be the only car seat you need, depending on how long you want to leave your child rear facing.
Experts recommended at least 1 year but they are saying as long as possible is better and safer for our children.
3-In-1 Cars seats don’t go as high rear facing as Convertible seats do, so you need to make the decision on what you think is right.

So what are they?
These seats can be used as rear-facing, forward-facing or as a belt positioning booster.

This list is for all parents or expecting parents out there. The list is based on highest weight range only. I haven’t researched which is the better 3-in-1 car seat or their differences just the weight limits and the rankings are in no particular order.

Eddie Bauer Deluxe

1. Eddie Bauer Deluxe 3-in-1 Convertible Car Seat
Rear-facing 5-35 pounds, 19 – 36 inches
Forward-facing 22-50 pounds, 34-45 inches
Booster 40-100 pounds, less than 57 inches
RRP $200
Website or What Others Are Saying

Evenflo Symphony

2. Evenflo Symphony 65 E3 All in One
Rear-facing 5 – 40 pounds
Forward-facing 20 – 65 pounds, 50 inches or less
Booster 40 – 100 pounds, less than 57 inches
RRP $229.99
Website or What Others Are Saying

Graco SmartSeat

3. Graco SmartSeat All In One Car Seat
Rear-facing 5 – 40 Pounds
Forward-facing 20-65 pounds, maximum height 50 inches
Booster 30-100 pounds, maximum height 57 inches
RRP $299-$329
Website Or What Others Are Saying

Safety 1st Phase Convertible

4. Safety 1st 3 Phase Convertible Car Seat
Rear-facing 5-35 pounds, 19-36 inches
Forward-facing 22-50 pounds, 35-45 inches
Booster 40-80 pounds, 43-52 inches
RRP $120-$130
Website Or What Others Are Saying

Safety 1st Alpha Omega

5. Safety 1st Alpha Omega Elite
Rear-Facing 5-35 pounds, 19-36 inches
Forward-facing 22-50 pounds, 34-45 inches
Booster 40-100 pounds, 34-52 inches
RRP $160
Website or  What Others Are Saying

Stay tuned will eventually review these seats but in the meantime you can go to the website for more details or visit what others are saying to see what other parents have thought of these seats.

As always comments welcomed.

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