Graco 4ever All-in-One Convertible Car Seat, Cougar
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    4.7 out of 5 stars
     Review 1:

    This is a comfortable chair with 3 different recline positions when faced back of the car. It is quite easy to take the fabric on and off to wash. It's machine washable. My 12 months old baby who hates car seats can tolerate for a... Read More

    This is a comfortable chair with 3 different recline positions when faced back of the car. It is quite easy to take the fabric on and off to wash. It's machine washable. My 12 months old baby who hates car seats can tolerate for a little while until he fusses. Biggest problem with this particular chair is that the fabric is not breathable, my baby normally do not sweat, but he sweats nonstop in this seat. Headrest, back and butt gets soaked in winter and much worse in spring. I'll have to find a replacement. The photo was taken immediately after washing the fabric and re installing the seat and 30 minutes after sitting in the spring time with highest temperature maybe 75.If you live in the hot climate, or If your baby normally sweats a lot, this is not for you. I would look for something else.update:After contacting Graco, they promptly sent me a replacement chair with different kind of fabric and the issue was resolved. I was very surprised they responded real quickly. The customer service was excellent and I would definitely use their product again. Read Less

     Review 2:

    Since so many compared the two models in my photos, I ordered both to make my decision. Safety First Go three-in-one and Graco four-everBoth recline to the same point when sitting on a flat surface! They have different intervals ... Read More

    Since so many compared the two models in my photos, I ordered both to make my decision. Safety First Go three-in-one and Graco four-everBoth recline to the same point when sitting on a flat surface! They have different intervals to get there, but both get to the same point. Taking a closer look, though, the Safety First model will sit in a more reclined position when the line is parallel whereas the 4 ever required more incline (books) to achieve a centered bubble (child would be more upright in the Graco than the Safety First). See photo. I stacked booked under the hind-side to adjust to the proper level. Both seats are in the most reclined setting.The Graco has more height in the headrest. Significantly so. I was surprised how little adjusting there is with the Safety First.The Graco is more narrow so will fit in the car better. It is still sufficient in size for a boost-aged child. I fit in it (barely). Plenty of padding for a little baby. I would feel safe putting an infant in either.Graco material seems more water-resistant and the foam feels denser like a memory foam.Both adjust easily in regard to recline and headrest positions and strap tension. Both have the easy release button.The Graco is much heavier than the Safety First.Others have mentioned the latch system to be different. (Graco being easier). I have not installed them in the vehicle yet and cannot attest to that.I hope this helps! This is the review I was looking for when trying to make a decision. In the end, we'll be keeping the 4 ever and either returning the Safety First or keeping it for our second vehicle.Photos: upright & highest setting, upright & lowest setting, all the way reclined in lowest setting, and side view to show amount of lift required on solid ground in order to achieve proper line/bubble placement when fully reclined.UPDATE: we still love our Graco 4ever. We recently needed a second seat and didn't want to spend as much. After looking around, we decided to buy the MySize65. We actually find the MySize65 to be superior in a few ways: - price - the head cushion is a better design. I removed the one for the 4ever because the stem wasn't long enough the stay in and it seemed like the cushion behind her head ended up pushing her head forward. The MySize65 slides in behind a sleeve of fabric so it can adjust up and down, but doesn't fall out every time we put her in. The MySize doesn't have all the extra padding directly behind the head which was pushing her head forward in the 4ever. - the MySize65 shoulder pad straps extend down underneath the chest buckle for comfort (& to remind dad how high the chest buckle needs to be). - The MySize65 doesn't have as many recline options, but appears to have the same range - just not as many in-between options. I can't see that to be a problem. - the cupholder is within reach for the child on the MySize, but is just out of reach for the 1 yr old in the 4ever. Downside: only 1 cupholder with the MySize and it is not removable.Overall, if purchasing again, I think we would go with the MySize. I haven't removed either for washing, but it looks like the MySize65 will be slightly easier. Also, our 1 yr old cannot reach the cupholder on the 4ever and she can with the MySize65. Read Less