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Nautilus™ 80 Elite 3-in-1 Car Seat

  • MSRP $199.99
  • Model #1950939
  • Pattern: Quinley™

Features

  • 3-in-1 Harness Booster
  • Designed for your child 22-120 lbs
  • Simply Safe Adjust™ Harness System
  • SafeSeat Engineered
  • Stay harnessed longer - up to 80 lbs
  • Fuss Free
  • Integrated Belt Lock Off
  • Removable body support
  • Steel-reinforced frame
  • 3-position recline
  • Rigorously crash tested
  • Side Impact Tested
  • One-hand, adjustable headrest
  • EPS, energy absorbing foam
  • Fabric covered, contoured armrest
  • Open-loop belt guides
  • Comfortable, machine-washable fabric
  • More Features ...

Product Description

Graco’s top-rated Nautilus™ 80 Elite 3-in-1 harness booster secures your child in a 5-point harness longer, from 22-80 lb! The seat onverts to a high back booster from 30-100 lb. and becomes a backless booster seat from 40-120 lb. Its Simply Safe™ Adjust harness allows you to adjust the harness and headrest together as your child grows, with no time-consuming rethreading. The fuss-free harness allows for easy in and out and the belt lock off makes installation quick and easy. Little passengers will enjoy the premium fabric, personal cup holder and storage compartment.

Specifications

    Weight: 20.52 lbs
    Height: 28"
    Width: 20"
    Depth: 18"

Care and Maintenance

    • Machine-washable seat cushion
    • Metal and plastic parts may be cleaned with mild soap and cool water
    • Buckle may be cleaned with a damp cloth
    • Harness straps may be spot cleaned
    • Refer to your manual (see link below) for full cleaning instructions

Recommended Use

    5-Point Harness Mode
    Weight: 22-80 lb
    Height:27-49 inches

    High Back Booster Mode
    Weight: 30-100 lb
    Height: 38-57 inches

    Backless Booster Mode
    Weight: 40-120 lb
    Height: 40-57 inches

    STOP using this car seat and throw it away 10 years after the date of manufacture. Look for date of manufacture label on back of the car seat.


    The American Academy of Pediatricians (AAP) and National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) recommends that children should use the built-in harness system for as long as possible until they reach the maximum forward-facing weight or height for their car seat, and after reaching the maximum forward-facing weight and height, that children 4 feet 9 inches tall or under should ride in a belt-positioning booster seat. *Always remember to check your local or state laws regarding car seat usage.

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