Eddie Bauer XRS 65 Convertible Car Seat, Viewpoint

June 2, 2017 - Comment
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Your family will travel comfortably together with the Eddie Bauer XRS 65 Convertible Car Seat. This convertible seat gives your child a comfortable ride in the rear-facing position from infant to 40 pounds and then forward-facing all the way up to 65 pounds. The seat features Side Impact Protection and a 5-point harness that easily adjusts from the front for a snug fit. The compact design of this convertible car seat is great for cars both large and small, taking up less space and making the ride roomier for everyone in the car.

Product Features

  • 2 modes of use: Rear-facing 5-40 pounds and Forward-facing 22-65 pounds
  • Side Impact Protection
  • Fits 3 across in the back seat of most vehicles
  • 5-point harness with up-front adjustment
  • 5 Harness heights & 3 Buckle locations


Priscilla says:

Definitely recommend! We want to buy a second one! My son loves it and he seems so comfortable! super quality material and tons of space for when he grows…we will use for another 2-3 years! Definitely recommend as a first front view car seat (we just changed from rear/baby seat).

JoeB says:

Great car seat! The Eddie Bauer XRS Convertible Seat in Regan is a great car seat. I upgraded from the Gracco Snugride as my ten month old has pretty much out grown it (28 inches and 25 pounds) and prior to getting the XRS I also have tried the Gracious 4Ever car seat. Comparing the car seats, the XRS provides much more padding than the Snugride but less than the 4Ever. I feel the XRS has the right enough of padding and support for my little one as I think the padding in the 4Ever car seat is too bulky and…

ut158 says:

For advanced users I have 5 kids, so I’ve seen my share of car-seats and boosters. Let’s see, this is my… 8th? Unfortunately, I’ve gotten rid of most of them over the years (did you know that car seats expire?) so I can’t do a side-by-side comparison and so most of these details are going to have to be from memory and how things feel rather than strict measurements. 

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