[disclaim]This conversation is sponsored in collaboration with Evenflo and Latina Bloggers Connect. [/disclaim]
My two and a half year old has been sitting pretty in his Evenflo Platinum Symphony DLX All-In-One Car Seat. It has some great innovative features and it stood the test in my 5 tips for choosing a convertible car seat post. As the days go on and my son enjoys his convertible car seat, there are some features in this car seat that really stand out.
The Evenflo Symphony DLX Platinum Convertible Car Seat has four distinct features that I find extremely useful in this car seat.
|e3 side impact // machine-washable pad
multiple position headrest adjust // cup holder
Favorite features in the Evenflo Symphony DLX Platinum Convertible Car Seat
e3 side impact
e3 Side Impact Protection significantly reduces side impact crash forces up to 50%. through an expanded zone of protection and 3 layers of superior protection.
Easy-off, machine-washable car seat pad requires no harness re-threading. The instructions read “machine washable” in cold water. Not very common in car seats!
multiple position headrest adjust
Headrest easily adjusts to multiple heights to accommodate your growing child.
Integrated, dual cup holders for easy access to drinks. Personally, I love the elastic that holds the cups because it allows for different sized drinks to fit inside it.
This car seats meets all the federal standards and then some. It has even garnered some awards, including:
- #1 Rated Car Seat by a leading consumer magazine.
- IIHS (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety) Best Bet – Provides good lap and shoulder belt fit for typical 4 to 8 year-olds in almost any car, minivan or SUV.
- National Parenting Publication Awards Gold Prize Winner for its innovation, usefulness to consumers, and high quality.
[disclaim]This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Latina Bloggers Connect and Evenflo. I also received the Evenflo Platinum Symphony™ DLX All-In-One Car Seat to facilitate my review. All thoughts and opinions remain my own.[/disclaim]
Originally published on April 19, 2014. Last Updated on December 7, 2018 by Pattie Cordova