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[Babies R Us] Evenflo Triumph LX Convertible Car Seat - $107.97

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[Babies R Us] Evenflo Triumph LX Convertible Car Seat - $107.97

Original price is $219, web price is $120 + 15% off + FS = $107.97 All in. Good price for a good Car seat.

Item Sub-total: $102.83
Shipping: $0.00
Goods and Services Tax (GST): $5.14
Provincial Sales Tax (PST): $0.00
Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) $0.00
Quebec Sales Tax (QST) $0.00
TOTAL: $107.97


Bestbuy has it for $149.99 https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/ev ... 06840.aspx

Expired rfd deal: https://forums.redflagdeals.com/babies- ... v-2173548/
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Thanks OP.
"Be kinder than necessary, for everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle." Plato
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Damn. No free in store pickup anywhere in Vancouver as no stores have stock. Shipping isnt free either. It's $66-$50for shipping.

Still not a bad deal but not the cheapest this seat has sold for.
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Haven’t had a chance to do any research but is this a safe, quality car seat for the grandparents car? We use the Graco4ever for our primary car. Thanks
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smeeae wrote:
Nov 6th, 2018 11:38 pm
Haven’t had a chance to do any research but is this a safe, quality car seat for the grandparents car? We use the Graco4ever for our primary car. Thanks
Yes, should be fine if it fits in their car. All these seats are safe and approved. But then again it all depends on what mommy blog you or your wife read that tells you otherwise and that by eating bread you are exhaling gluten fumes in the vehicle that are degrading the integrity of the fabric of the straps.

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midget_man wrote:
Nov 7th, 2018 12:11 am

Yes, should be fine if it fits in their car. All these seats are safe and approved. But then again it all depends on what mommy blog you or your wife read that tells you otherwise and that by eating bread you are exhaling gluten fumes in the vehicle that are degrading the integrity of the fabric of the straps.

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Well thanks so much for your useful advice.
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PriceHunter wrote:
Nov 7th, 2018 9:22 am
You can fit grandparents in those ? Isn't it a little bit tight ?
I think the person said order one for the grandparent's car.
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midget_man wrote:
Nov 7th, 2018 12:11 am
Yes, should be fine if it fits in their car. All these seats are safe and approved. But then again it all depends on what mommy blog you or your wife read that tells you otherwise and that by eating bread you are exhaling gluten fumes in the vehicle that are degrading the integrity of the fabric of the straps.

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Right, just like every car out on the road is just as safe as the next one? Just because they can all pass a minimum safety standard does not make them all equal.
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kramerz80 wrote:
Nov 7th, 2018 9:56 am
Right, just like every car out on the road is just as safe as the next one? Just because they can all pass a minimum safety standard does not make them all equal.
The problem is we don't have standardized testing results and there's too much information out there in mommy blogs which could be sponsored so we cannot verify the information. Not to mention by the time you've reach the stage where you need to a get the car seat there isn't a lot of time to do the full research.

I'd say a sleepy parent on the road poses more threat to the baby than the car seat itself, so buy expensive if you are willing to pay -- just get some sleep and drive safe! :).
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slimysnot wrote:
Nov 7th, 2018 10:15 am
The problem is we don't have standardized testing results and there's too much information out there in mommy blogs which could be sponsored so we cannot verify the information. Not to mention by the time you've reach the stage where you need to a get the car seat there isn't a lot of time to do the full research.

I'd say a sleepy parent on the road poses more threat to the baby than the car seat itself, so buy expensive if you are willing to pay -- just get some sleep and drive safe! :).
Adding to your point. Expensive or well reviewed, doesn't mean it is safer than the less expensive, less marketed item.
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kramerz80 wrote:
Nov 7th, 2018 9:56 am
Right, just like every car out on the road is just as safe as the next one? Just because they can all pass a minimum safety standard does not make them all equal.
All these things have to meet standard safety requirements, as do cars. Of course there are variable factors as there are with anything. But most of them have little to do with the car seat itself. Arguably, my child in a basic car seat in the middle rear bench of my F150 Super Crew is likely safer than your child in a fancy designer seat strapped into the outside rear passenger seat of your Hyundai Accent. So if you feel inclined to blow $1000 on something your child will likely grow out of in a year for essentially a "name" based on the scientific findings of #fit_blogger_mom_1988 from Burlington, then by all means, knock yourself out! I think its more the features and ease of use that defines the choice between one seat over another, cheap or expensive, rather than how safe it is.

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