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Monthly Archive:: July 2011

A 4th of July Odyssey

Our long term travels with the 2011 Honda Odyssey continue!  (Here’s the last one).  This time, it was off to Door County, Wisconsin.

As always, the Odyssey set the standard for carrying kids and cargo.  This time, a crew of 6 and a full load of stuff!  My youngest two have been watching the Star Wars movies on our trips, it was episodes 6 and 2 for this one.  We also appreciated the newly discovered traffic congestion feature of the Nav system to help combat Chicago/Milwaukee construction and crashes!

Hot July 4th Amazon Deals on some of our Favorite CRs!

Some of these Amazon deals may have longevity but most are going to be strictly “while supplies last”, so don’t dilly-dally if you find a great price on something you really need or just seriously want.  I’ve only listed items with FREE SHIP and in most cases FREE RETURNS just in case it doesn’t work out.  Here at CarseatBlog.com we always recommend that you “try before you buy” but we understand that’s just not possible in many situations. Free shipping with free returns, in case it doesn’t pan out for whatever reason, is the next best thing! 
 
 
Infant Carseats
 
 
 
Convertible Carseats
 
 
 
 
Combination Seats
 
Recaro ProSport in Misty or Envy for $223.99 FREE SHIP & RETURNS
 

 
Booster Seats
 
Clek Oobr in Shadow for $171.99  FREE SHIP (add a little more to the price and you can get FREE RETURNS too)
 
Cybex X-Fix booster in Stone or Cinnamon for $109 FREE SHIP & RETURNS

Cybex Aton Review: Easiest Base to Install?

The Cybex Aton infant seat has been highly anticipated since it was first unveiled at the ABC Show two years ago. From first glimpse, it was a cute infant seat in a rainbow of colors. At last year’s ABC Show, we saw the base for the first time and saw German engineering and creativity at work. A big sticker on the front of the base advises “Easiest Base to Install!” Is it? Does the infant seat live up to the anticipation? Let’s see.