You may have never feared for your own life when getting in a car, but now that you’re a parent, you do drive cautiously. Your baby is fragile and unable to protect him or herself during a car crash.
That’s where car seats come in. Specially designed for the baby in mind, a good car seat will give the baby protection from all sides while providing comfort.
But with so many seats to choose from, how is one supposed to pick? This is why we’re here to help you out. We will be comparing car seats to see which is the better value. Which seat will give your child more protection for your money?
Today, we’re comparing the Chicco Nextfit and the Grace 4ever.
First, let’s look at the price.
Both car seats are priced for parents who have a bigger budget. The Chicco Nextfit, as of this article, is going for about $299.99 on its Amazon page for a new seat. Meanwhile, the Graco 4ever is going for about $365.
The price for both is high, and there is a decently-sized difference between the two. Is the Graco worth the extra money? Let’s find out.
The Nextfit provides plenty of comfort by giving you a whopping nine options for reclining, making it great no matter how picky your baby is. The seat does boast technology to tighten around the baby should a crash happen.
The Nexfit provides indicators to tell you if the angle is correct. The headrest also has six positons for you to choose from, so you can give your baby maximum comfort.
Overall, the Nextfit provides comfort and peace of mine. But what about the 4ever?
The 4ever is adjustable for ages 0-10. You can go from keeping your infant seat to providing a boost to your toddler, to even a belt-positioning booster. It really is an all-in-one, and it’s great if you have multiple kids.
There are six reclining positions. Not as good as Nextfit’s but still up there. However, it does have a ten position headrest, topping the Nextfit in that category. Like the Nextfit, it has protection in mind, and the latches are easy to attach.
Which is Better?
Both are great seats for your infant, but the 4ever is the better value by a mile. Let’s face it, your baby’s going to grow, and you for them to have a booster seat until they’re ready to use an adult seat. The 4ever gives you all the options while still delivering the quality, all for less than $100 more than the Nextfit.
If you have booster seats for older kids, that may warrant you to try out the Nextfit, but most parents should go with the 4ever. That’s not to say that the Nextfit is bad; it’s a great booster seat. But the 4ever just gives you more for your money, so if you have to choose between the two, go with that.
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