|商品名称||Chicco 智高 KidFit 二合一汽车*座椅，Wimbledon Atmosphere|
|商品尺寸||71.12 x 48.26 x 21.59 cm; 4.63 公斤|
Chicco 智高 KidFit 二合一汽车*座椅，Wimbledon Atmosphere
- DuoZone combined head and shoulder side-impact protection with 10 positions for growing children
- ErgoBoost double foam padding and contoured seat design provide support in all the right places
- 2 space-saving cup holders fold away when not in use and are removable for easy cleaning
- Removable, machine-washable seat pad and armrest covers
The 2-in-1 KidFit Belt-Positioning Booster features DuoZone Side-Impact Protection, putting KidFit head and shoulders above the rest with 10 positions of combined head and shoulder protection for growing children. Stabilizing LATCH attachment and superior comfort make it a favorite for both parents and kids. Like other Chicco car seats, KidFit also features SuperCinch LATCH attachment and one-pull tightener, which helps keep the seat in place for easy in/out. Double foam padding and contoured ErgoBoost seat provide comfort and support in all the right places. Two soft-sided cup holders easily fold out of the way when not in use and are removable for easy cleaning. For added convenience, seat pad and arm rest covers are removable and machine-washable. Other features include easy-to-use vehicle belt guides, reclining seat, and removable backrest for use as a backless booster.
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I bought both as I needed 2, one for each car. The Chicco went in my SUV and the Evenflo went in a Truck. The Chicco was appx $100 while the Evenflo was only $40. Right out of the box I noticed the Chicco was more padded and sturdier than the Evenflo. Without putting them in vehicles yet, the Chicco (put together) looked and felt sturdier and higher quality. Not that the Evenflo was bad, it just didn't have the same quality padding and components.
The Chicco latches to the seat while the Evenflo did not. I've read in reviews that it only supports 30lbs, but that was not stated anywhere in the manufacturers guidelines or brochures. Both have a recline feature that allows the backrest to form to the seat. The Chicco has some minor recline before you have to snap it into a "recline" level where it has a little more flexibility but is considerably more reclined. The problem with the "snap" feature is that if you tighten the seat latches, the booster is pulled tightly against the seat right were the "snap" feature is making it difficult to recline. I had to loosen the latches in order to allow for a recline to form to the seat, then you have to play with the recline angle of the seat. If you recline a little, the booster won't recline enough to "snap" into recline mode and there is a gap between the seat and booster back. It was odd, but I found the right recline angles to fit the back of the booster to the seat after a few minutes of playing with it.
The Chicco has a much better set of cup holders. The Evenflo has cup cut-outs with an elastic strap to hold the cup while the Chicco has these rubbery fully enclosed cup holders that fold in when not being used. The benefit to the fully enclosed cup holders is that if the cup drips/spills, the liquid stays in the cup holder while in the Evenflo, it goes all over your seat. In addition, you can use the cup holders on the Chicco for holding snacks without fear of them spilling. Since they are enclosed cups you can put cereal and goldfish in them and they don't fall out.
When it comes to seat belt adjustments, the Evenflo was easier to use. The Chicco fabric is thick and not as easy to pull the seat belt across. Plus, I've noticed that my 5 year old is pulling the shoulder strap out of the booster guide a lot. Since this is my first time having a booster seat, I'm not sure how common that is, but she plays with the seat belt and has taken it out of the guide a few times now. The Evenflo didn't have that problem. The guides look very similar, but only the Chicco have I noticed it. I've told my 5 year old to stop playing with it and since then its happened significantly less. Maybe the shoulder seat belt guide needs a clip to hold it in. I'm sure I can get a velcro strap and solve the problem.
When it came to overall comfort, the Chicco made a 4 hour trip in good fashion. No complaints from my 5 year old, but in the Evenflo she has been known to shuffle around a lot. I haven't gone as long in the Evenflo, but based on 30 minute trips I'm not confident a 4 hour trip will be as comfortable as the Chicco. Again, this comes back to the thickness and quality of the fabric and padding that is noticeable in the Chicco.
End result is I returned the Evenflo and bought a 2nd Chicco Kidfit. Its definitely more expensive, but it has a 10 year life, can be comfortable on 4 hour trips, has the latch feature and enclosed cupholders. I have a 1 year old that will need a seat in 3 years, so the life span was important and so is the durability. I have friends who have the Graco seats, which are fancy, but I rarely saw them on the top picks for safety or reliability. So, I chose research over experience and have been relatively happy with my choice.