Graco TrioGrow SnugLock 3-in-1 Car Seat
It feels good when it Clicks! The Graco TrioGrow SnugLock 3-in-1 Car Seat installs in less than one minute using vehicle seat belt or Latch. With SnugLock Technology, you can feel confident you've got a secure install as your child grows. Keep your little one safe from baby to big kid: this 3-in-1 car seat converts from a rear-facing harness (5-40 lb), to a forward-facing harness (22-65 lb), and to a big kid highback booster (40-100 lb). Using the Simply Safe Adjust harness system, you can adjust the height of the harness and headrest to 10 positions in one motion, allowing you to easily get the safest fit for your child as he or she grows. Conveniently store the harness away in booster mode with the integrated harness storage compartment. The 6-position recline and removable infant head and body inserts help your little one feel cradled and comfortable on your many journeys together. Your child will also enjoy the 2 cup holders to keep drinks and snacks close at hand. The Graco TrioGrow SnugLock is Graco ProtectPlus Engineered, which helps to protect your child in frontal, side, rear, and rollover crashes.
The Perfect Car Seat For:
Parents looking for a 3-in-1 car seat to grow with their child
Children 5-100 lbs
Families in need of a car seat that transitions from rear-facing to forward-facing to highback booster
With SnugLock Technology, the car seat installs in less than one minute using vehicle seat belt or Latch.
Graco ProtectPlus Engineered
Helps to protect your little one in frontal, side, rear, and rollover crashes.
With the Simply Safe Adjust Harness System, the headrest and harness adjust to 10 positions in one motion, helping to save you time and ensure your child is always properly secured.
Six recline positions provide better installation in your car and keep your growing child comfy on your many journeys together.
6-position recline keeps your child comfy and helps for a better installation
Harness storage compartment keeps the harness safely stored while in belt-positioning booster mode
Removable, plush head and body inserts help to keep your infant feeling cradled and comfortable
2 easy-to-clean cup holders keep your child's drinks and snacks close at hand
Easy-to-read level indicator helps eliminate installation guesswork
Latch-equipped for an easy car seat installation
Engineered & crash tested to meet or exceed US standard FMVSS 213
Be sure to check your local and state laws, as well as AAP and NHTSA recommendations, for car seat usage
SnugLock Technology: Installs in less than one minute using vehicle seat belt or Latch
3-in-1 car seat grows with your child from rear-facing harness (5-40 lb), to forward-facing harness (22-65 lb), to highback booster (40-100 lb)
Graco ProtectPlus Engineered: a combination of the most rigorous crash tests that helps to protect your little one in frontal, side, rear & rollover crashes, and additional testing based on the New Car Assessment Program and for extreme car interior temperatures
No-Rethread Simply Safe Adjust Harness System allows the headrest and harness to adjust together in one motion
Choose the perfect headrest height from 10 positions to get the safest fit for your child as they grow
Product Width: 19.00 in
Product Height: 23.25 in
Product Depth: 20.00 in
Product Weight: 18.92 lb
Rear-Facing Harness: 5-40 lb, head must be at least 1" below handle; Forward-Facing Harness: 22-65 lb, up to 49"; Highback Booster: 40-100 lb, 43-57", at least 4 years old
Children are safer riding rear-facing and should ride rear-facing as long as possible, until they reach the maximum rear-facing height or weight rating for their car seat. Then children should ride forward-facing, using the built-in harness system for as long as possible until they reach the maximum forward-facing weight or height for their car seat. At that point, children should ride in a belt-positioning booster seat. A booster is no longer needed once the vehicle seat belt fits properly, typically when they reach 4 feet 9 inches tall and are between ages 8-12. Be sure to check your local and state laws, as well as AAP and NHTSA recommendations, for car seat usage.