How Does The Safety 1st Scenera LX Convertible Stack Up To The Competition?

Safety 1st Scenera LX Convertible

The Safety 1st Scenera LX Convertible allows people to have a safety-certified car seat for a low price. The car seat converts from rear-facing to forward facing to provide parents with flexibility as infants grow into toddlers. The car seat accommodates children weighing from 5 – 40 pounds. The lightweight child restraint also moves easily between vehicles and installs fast.

Sometimes parents are concerned about this bare-bones style of seat. Rest assured that this seat meets all of the safety regulations and standards. However, the weight and height restrictions are a bit limited and make it so that the child seat cannot realistically be used for more than the first few years. Children will require another car seat as they get bigger.

Safety features include side impact protection and a 5 point harness. A removable, washable car seat pad and a removable cup holder add to the convenience.


What makes the Safety 1st onBoard 360 a good car seat for newborns? Read our review to find out.

Safety 1st onBoard 35 Air 360 Infant Car Seat, Raven HX

The Safety 1st onBoard 35 Air 360 is a good option to consider for families on a budget. When parents hear that, they might question safety, but that’s not an issue with this seat. It’s been crash tested from every angle for front, side, rear, and rollover scenarios. This has led to a design that meets or exceeds all federal safety standards as well as the European rollover standard.

While it’s average among today’s car seat weight ranges (4-35 pounds), it performs as well as other seats twice the price in several areas. It’s not without its flaws, least of which is that it’s not overly fashionable. Nor does it have a lot of bells and whistles, but it’s a seat that will do the job it’s designed for – keeping your baby safe.

The onBoard 35 Air 360 replaces the now discontinued onBoard 35 Air car seat. The Air 360 has more extensive crash testing as well as several additional safety features. It’s only slightly higher in price, so the upgrades are definitely worth it.


The Safety 1st Grow and Go (3-in-1 Car Seat) – Discover the Pros and Cons in our 2021 review

Grow and Go All-in-One Car Seat

Over thirty years ago (1984 to be precise), Safety 1st released the famous yellow diamond sign that read “Baby on Board.” It’s hung in millions of cars over the years. Since then, as the name suggests, this company has put safety first and foremost in all their products.

In recent years, they’ve become philanthropic, donating to parent-founded charities such as The Way Home, Inc. and longer-running organizations like the March of Dimes.

What makes this company stand out is probably their participation in popular events, such as Mom 2.0 and The Biggest Baby Shower. They were also a proud sponsor of Safe Kids Day, highlighting all the work of Safe Kids Worldwide, including a valuable message about preventable injuries.

Using the proper car seat and installing it correctly is one of the biggest ways to prevent injuries to your child. That’s why we’re taking a look at the Safety 1st Grow and Go 3-in-1 convertible car seat. Does it live up to the standards of Safety 1st, and most importantly, does it live up to yours? Let’s take a closer look.