- As your child grows, the car seat adapts from harness protection for children up to 65-pounds, to a high-back booster for 30 to 100-pounds, then a backless booster for 40 to 100-pounds.
- It provides versatility without compromising on safety.
- Also features a steel-reinforced structure that enhances safety, assuring the seat's integrity, 3-position recline, one-hand height-adjustable head rest, two soft-touch overmolded armrests for comfort with cupholder and easy-access side storage for comfort and convenience, and EPS, Energy Absorbing Liner.
- Measures 29" H x 22" W x 20" D.
SKU # 15117761
This video covers some of the basic steps on how to install a Nautilis 3-in-1 car seat with a harness.
Before installing your car seat, please always refer to your car seat manual and your vehicle manual for complete instructions and information.
First, put your child in the car seat and adjust the harness. The crotch strap position should be the one closest but not under the child.
The harness strap should be in the slots at or just above your child's shoulders. Take the child out of the car set.
Then place the car seat in the back seat of your car facing the front of the vehicle. The car seat should sit firmly on your vehicle's back seat.
LATCH stands for lower anchors and tether for children. Thread the lower anchor belt through the upper belt path on the car seat.
Then hook the lower anchor hooks onto the lower anchor points of your vehicle's back seat. Push down firmly with your knee on the middle of the base while tightening the lower anchorage belt by pulling on it.
Then attach the top tether hook located at the top of the car seat onto your car's top tether anchor point and tighten the top tether belt as much as you can.
Pull forward on the car seat. Then twist it side to side. The car seat shouldn't move more than one inch in any direction.
If it does move more than one inch, continue to tighten and retest until the movement is less than one inch.
Place your child in the car seat. Buckle and tighten the harness so it's snug enough that you can't pinch the harness straps.
Then adjust the harness clip to your child's armpit level and if you've already reviewed your owner's manual, you're ready to go.