Safety experts agree: Babies should remain rear-facing as long as possible.The Scenera® 40RF is helping parents meet this goal with a convertible car seat that can remain rear-facing all the way to 40 pounds and 43 inches in height.
- Rear-facing 5-40 pounds
- Forward-facing 22-40 pounds
- 5-point harness system with up front adjustment
- 4 harness heights
- 3 buckle locations
I know it costs more but I still like the radian that RF 40 pounds. It has a lower profile and higher top shoulder slots. The straps on the scenera seems thing to me and therefore easier to twist and bunch up
Riverview9, yes the Radian does have a higher shell, taller top slots, and nicer harness straps. But not everyone can afford it. So it's nice to have an inexpensive seat that can keep those 36 pound 2 years olds rear facing.
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