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I am fairly certain this is actually a convertible seat for 6months to 4 years (approx).
The seat I am reviewing is called an EzySwitch and is rear facing, and then slightly reclined, and then fully upright.
My model is an older one, and therefore has no shoulder markers, but I am very happy with this seat. It is really secure, and comfortable (looking).
I have only one other seat to compare it to, which I spent about $500 on, and I am so much happier with this seat.
Orignally I wanted one that had the velour kind of fabric, but this is actually a lot easier to maintain than the velour, and it appears to be cooler.
I really only chose this because I needed a compact one to fit into my tiny hatchback, alongside the giant seat my son was in, but now if I ever need another seat, it will be a BabyLove.
It's also perfectly comfy for a newborn. I was worried about not having a capsule like I did with baby number 1, but she was so comfy looking in this seat, and the little infant insert was perfect and surprisingly supportive for her tiny neck.
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