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Old 02-17-2010, 3:11 PM   #1
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Recaro Child seat question

I am looking at child seats. I was wondering if anyone had a picture of a Recaro convertible baby seat in a TL? Does it fit in the middle? Thanks
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not sure if you're stuck on the recaro but i have a britax and it fits very snug. I also recommend a carseat undermat to protect the leather. just my
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I have the Lionheart undermat. I looked at the britax but carseatdata.com lists the Recaro as the best seat for my other car. Right now it is between the Britax Boulevard CS and the Recaro Singo. I have tried the Britax in my cars and they work great I just wanted to see what people thought about the Recaro.
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recaro car seats have poor user reviews, I have a Graco SnugRide 32 in the Rittenhouse colorway...
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Dont have Recaro so can't offer any useful insight but we have the Britax Marathon and it fits fine in the middle.
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I have a Recaro seat for my 2 year old and it does fit on the side but prevents the front passenger from moving the seat all the way back. Because of its overall size, I dont think that it would fit very well in the middle unless the driver and front passenger are not very tall.
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Take a look at http://www.diapers.com/Product/Produ...roductId=19822 (Not sure if it fits in the middle)

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I have a Recaro seat for my daughter and like it. The head rest pads adjust with her height and I never have to deal with pulling the straps out to make them higher, just twist the nob on the side and everything raises. Also the bottom is completely flat and smooth (no need for a seat cover) It does hang over some though. Here's some pics

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^Nice. Looks very comfortable.

Now, get some pink items for your interior to go with that chair.
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^Nice. Looks very comfortable.

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lol and yes it does look comfy...haha I didn't even know they made Recaro baby seats....
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Thanks for the pics. How does it work backwards in the middle seat?
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I never tried it backwards. I purchased this when my daughter was old enough to face forward. It is a tall car seat so with it backwards it could be tight in our car. It does have a lever at the bottom that will tilt the seat back so when it's facing backwards it's not sitting straight up.
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One more question. Have you used the LACH system in the middle?
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Thanks for the pics. How does it work backwards in the middle seat?
Side seats limit how far the front seat back can go pretty drastically! In the middle, it's a lot better. But, no matter where you put it, when loading your child into it rear facing, it's a pain in the ass!

I have the Recaro Signo G2 in cappucino and it looks awesome in my TL.
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One more question. Have you used the LACH system in the middle?
yes, it's fine
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One more question. Have you used the LACH system in the middle?
I have not just used the seat belt
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Is the backseat spacing/sizing similar to that of an Accord?

I will have to cramp two car seats in once I get my TL. What do you guys do to try and limit damage from the little ones?
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I am purchasing the same car seat for my TL i am wondering what it looks like rear facing if anyone has pictures.
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Ive been planning on getting one, they are amazing!!!!
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Thank you everyone, you've sold me. Now if they just made it in all black.
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Not all black but close enough. Plus I got a decent price from Amazon with free shipping. Ordered it yesterday, came today. Now I have to get my car back from the auto body shop. Now I want Recaro seats up front, thing looks comfy. I'm jealous.

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AWESOME!! Take pics of it in the middle.. and rear facing! when I have kids I want the same seat!
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Great and fun thread. We have a Graco seat for our Grandsons. It is grey and black which matches my type S interior. All I can say is 2 1/2 year old Henry kept say "wee" over and over as I went through the twisty and hilly parts of the trip to "Grandma's house" yesterday. Never knew that the little buttons on the seats are where the anchors are located. Those Recaro seats look sharp, if the seat would be in my car full time as a parent it would be my choice.
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Well I got the car back from the body shop and installed the seat. I have not read the directions yet so this is not necessarily kid safe. This seat fits in the Acura better than it does in my Chrysler Town and Country. I have the seat set up for my driving position (I am 6'2") and there is about 4 inches between my seat and the car seat. I am very happy with it.







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when in the rear face position can you see ok out of the rear view mirror?
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Sorry it took me so long to reply. When rear facing I can see out the back just fine.
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what the hell happened to the back of the drivers seat?
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^ nothing, looks like a seat protector to me
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Definitely looks like a messed up seat to me.....


P.s. Purchased the "Safety 1st <air> protection" car seat today in Blk w/ red trim. Quite a snazzy looking seat, surely compliments the TL's interior. My brand new little man is gunna be riding in style.... Well, after he's born... In 6 hours, btw...


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It is a seat protector. Stops kids from putting their dirty feet on the back of the seat.
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sorry to revive an old thread but im in the hunt for a baby seat. What were/are your thoughts on the seat. they dont sell the signo anymore now they have the prorides.
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sorry to revive an old thread but im in the hunt for a baby seat. What were/are your thoughts on the seat. they dont sell the signo anymore now they have the prorides.
We have both a Britax and a Peg Perego and are very happy with both.
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sorry to revive an old thread but im in the hunt for a baby seat. What were/are your thoughts on the seat. they dont sell the signo anymore now they have the prorides.
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