Safety 1st Complete Air 65 SE Protect Convertible Car Seat

Safety 1st Complete Air 65 SE Protect Convertible Car Seat
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Security 1st Complete Air 65 SE Safeguard Convertible Vehicle Seat

Security 1st Comprehensive Air 65 SE Defend Convertible Car Seat

  • Rear facing 5-40 pounds
  • 5-point harness
  • three position recline
  • Latch method

The Security 1st Full Air 65 SE Convertible Car Seat with revolutionary air defend side influence technology brings lengthy term protection to parents with its potential to accommodate rear-facing infants from five-40 pounds (19″-40″) and forward-facing toddlers from 22-65 pounds (34″-52″). This Particular Edition Auto Seat functions a three-position recline that provides further comfort and premium fabrics with custom embroidery.

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What customers say about Safety 1st Complete Air 65 SE Protect Convertible Car Seat

  1. E. Price says:
    25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    New model, some improvements, February 20, 2012
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    E. Price (Pacific Northwest) –
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    This review is from: Safety 1st Complete Air 65 SE Protect Convertible Car Seat (Baby Product)

    I have a love/hate relationship with this car seat. This has been a long saga – I’ll try to summarize my story. I had the same car seat but the previous model number (CC051AIR) last year, but it had covers over the straps that were cutting into my daughter’s neck. The covers also kept getting caught in the adjustment mechanism. I called Dorel Juvenile Group in November and they offered to replace the seat with an improved model that didn’t have the annoying covers. Awesome customer service, right? Well, I give them an A for effort, but an F for execution. First, they sent me another seat identical to the one I had sent back; it was clearly a customer return and was in a beat up, re-taped box. So I sent that back, and they sent me another “similar” car seat without the strap covers, but instead of the SE version with the reclining base and the premium fabric, it was their cheapest version of the seat with no reclining base and a plain grey scratchy-material cover. Not at all what I’d paid a premium price for! So I emailed them *again* and sent that seat back and they told me the correct seat was on backorder and could be 12 weeks away. Fine, I can wait; I have another seat I can use in the meantime. 9 weeks later I email to check and they say: 1) The seat is never coming back into stock, possibly discontinued. 2) This car seat was never revised to remove the strap covers, and 3) They’re sending me a refund.

    So about the time my refund check came, someone alerted me to this deal on Amazon. What a great price at only $152!! I paid $190 for the last seat, and that was after a lot of shopping around – I hadn’t been able to find a price that good again, which is why I was a little ticked about getting a refund; to replace the seat (it matches my Onboard 35 Air SE infant seat, which I love, by the way) it was going to cost me more than the refund check I was getting. But I really didn’t want another one with the strap cover things, and I was stressing about that. Then I noticed that the model number on this seat was new (CC093AIR). I asked Dorel about the change in model number and was told that it was the same as the seat they had refunded. After experiencing first hand that Dorel doesn’t know what the heck they’re talking about with their products, I decided to take a chance and order the seat from Amazon knowing I could send it back for free if necessary.

    It arrived today! And, sure enough, there are NO annoying plastic strap covers to get tangled up and cut into my child’s neck. Yay! Also, the seat was manufactured less than a month ago (date is January 26, 2012). So much for the seat being “discontinued” and no longer available!!

    Other than that, it is pretty much the same seat. Which is fine. There are a lot of things I love about this car seat, and a few things that still annoy me.

    The good:
    - This is one of the tallest convertible car seats available in the US. It can rear-face to 40 lbs and forward-face to 65 lbs. Many car seats have these same “stats” listed on the box, but are outgrown by height long before those weights are actually reached. With the Complete Air, these numbers are actually realistic for normally-proportioned children. I have had a taller-than-average 5 year old in my seat and she still had room to grow in it (forward facing). Most children should be able to rear-face in this seat until almost four years old. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration recommends children in the age 1 through 3 age group remain rear-facing as long as possible for maximum safety, so this is great.
    - The O2 color pattern on the SE version of the seat is really pretty, and the fabric is soft (not plushy/fuzzy, just comfortably soft).
    - The height adjustment is super duper easy, making it a great seat for babysitters or grandparents who may need to adjust it for different-sized children on the go
    - The seat lasts at least 8 years before it expires (it expires in December of the 8th year after the date of manufacture). Most seats expire after about six years, typically.
    - I really love the air protect cells in this seat. We have no objective proof that they’re more effective than other forms of side-impact protection, but we do know that air bags in general save lives and that’s basically what these are: air bags that don’t have to deploy to work.
    - Did I mention that it matches my infant seat? :)

    The bad:
    - Dorel Juvenile Group is a joke. You can call six different times with the same question and get six different answers. It’s hard to fault them for trying to replace my seat after what probably seems like a minor issue, and they did eventually issue a refund, but dealing with them is like a Comedy of Errors.
    - The Complete Air is required to be very reclined in the rear-facing position. The one I received this time isn’t *too* bad, but I have dealt with several of these seats over the last year…

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  2. snowfire555 says:
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Didn’t work for us…, February 23, 2012
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    snowfire555 (USA) –

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    This review is from: Safety 1st Complete Air 65 SE Protect Convertible Car Seat (Baby Product)

    I bought this for my 7-month-old since who had started fussing in his infant seat. My 2 1/2 year old has a MyRide 65 that is pretty big rear-facing, so when I read reviews that stated this was a tough fit RF, I figured it couldn’t be any bigger than hers. Wrong! Not only will it not fit rear-facing in my Subaru Impreza in any way, it will only fit in the MIDDLE seat of my husband’s full-size Nissan Titan even with the seats all the way forward! Huge is an understatement with this car seat. Keep in mind, this version has a base & maybe that is part of the problem (I wanted the base for the recline feature), but seriously, it was ridiculous how far back this thing needed to be tilted to meet the rear-facing “level” line – not to mention I would have had to use a pool noodle or a rolled up towel to get it there had it been able to fit (not my idea of a “perfect” installation if you need one of those).

    That being said, if you have a huge car or a van and can fit it, the car seat felt really solid and the material was good quality. I was really disappointed that I couldn’t use it, but my advice would be make sure you try it in your car before buying, or at least make sure you can return it if it doesn’t work. We ended up putting my little guy in the MyRide (which we’ve loved by the way) and getting my older child a Nautilus.

    One other note, my 7-month-old is pretty average for height & weight, and there is NO WAY he would have been big enough for this seat much younger than he is now because of the height of the bottom strap position; it was about level with his shoulders now. So I definitely wouldn’t recommend this for young infants.

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  3. H. Hall says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    LOVE IT!, December 4, 2012
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    H. Hall (bangor, maine) –
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    This review is from: Safety 1st Complete Air 65 SE Protect Convertible Car Seat (Baby Product)

    I needed a car seat for my 3 1/2 year old who has outgrown the height on the britax boulevard. the boulevard has a high weight limit, but only has 3 strap adjustments that limit it’s ability for ages 3+ depending on height. THIS car seat is GREAT and fits my son like a dream. the installation is simple, the fabric is soft not fuzzy, the cover comes off for washing, the padding seems even better than the britax we had, and best of all- the height adjustment is SUPER easy and can be done with the car seat hooked in and goes very tall. the lower buckle has 3 positions vs the 2 that our britax had.
    the only negatives i could imagine would be that it is fairly large in height so tilting for rear facing in a smaller vehicle might be tough. we front face and front facing it fit fine in our VW new beetle.

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  4. nora0527 says:

    What? She doesn’t explain much



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