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Graco My Ride 65 Convertible Car Seat

Graco My Ride 65 LX Convertible Car Seat, Coda

$119.99


Graco My Ride 65 Convertible Car Seat

Help keep your growing child secure in the Graco My Ride 65 convertible car seat, in Sully. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends your child ride rear-facing up to two years of age, so My Ride 65 keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 lbs. (infant car seats) and forward-facing until 65 lbs. (as a toddler car seat). The seat is also LATCH-equipped, Side Impact Tested, and features convenient integrated cup holders.

Help keep your growing child secure in the Graco My Ride 65 convertible car seat, in Sully. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends your child ride rear-facing up to two years of age, so My Ride 65 keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 lbs. (infant car seats) and forward-facing until 65 lbs. (as a toddler car seat). The seat is also LATCH-equipped, Side Impact Tested, and features convenient integrated cup holders.

Graco My Ride 65 40-Pound Rear-Facing Limit

05-30-2009, 02:25 PM   #13
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Re: Graco My Ride 65 for a newborn???

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Originally Posted by starglowz
I've seen lots of reviews on the My Ride 65 already but I would love to see a review on using it for a newborn. I really want to buy only 1 seat and I'm hoping that this will work to bring baby home then until we are ready for a booster seat... any thought on this?
I also wanted to add...if you plan on having more children, you can pass down the My Ride. If the first child is FF already, just buy whatever wonderful combination seat (like the Nautilus and Frontier) is out then.
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We ordered this seat when my son was 9 months old because he outgrew the height limit for his Graco Snugride 35. When we received the seat, we thought, wow this is big! But within the next few months, as our son got bigger, it fit him just right! The MyRide 65 is very easy to install, very padded and comfy, and this particular color does not show dirt much. It is a bigger seat when you use it rear-facing, but once it is installed, very hassle free to get your child in and out. I wouldn't recommend it for a seat you will be transferring from car to car, but all in all, we love it!

Help keep your growing child secure in the Graco My Ride 65 convertible car seat, in Sylvia. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends your child ride rear-facing up to two years of age, so My Ride 65 keeps your baby rear-facing up to 40 lbs. (infant car seats) and forward-facing until 65 lbs. (as a toddler car seat). The seat is also LATCH-equipped, Side Impact Tested, and features convenient integrated cup holders.