Nuna Rava vs Britax Boulevard Clicktight Convertible Car Seat | Best Most Popular | Comparison

Are you looking for a convertible car seat with the simplest possible safety belt installation? The new Nuna Rava Convertible Car Seat and the Britax Boulevard Clicktight Convertible Car Seat feature similar systems that allow you to bypass all the guesswork and tugging, installing in a few quick clicks!

In this video, you can watch Eli Gurock, co-owner of Magic Beans, demonstrate the installation and other features of these two superb convertible car seats. As you’ll see, both seats utilize an installation system that enables you to open a window in the seat, thread through the safety belt, and close the window for a correct, tight installation. Correct installation is crucial for car seats – if you get it wrong, the seat may not protect your child the way it’s supposed to in the event of a collision!

Other features that Eli compares in this video include the car seat harnesses, safety features, and recline systems. Each of these features is just a bit different, and they might be the deciding factor when you decide which convertible car seat is best for your family and your child.

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Comments

armaniusmaximus says:

It’s not that easy on the Rava. The seat surface in the car is generally angled and mushier than the simulated Nuna seats that the convertibles go on top of. For the Rava, which we use, you do have to push the chair down, wiggle, tighten the seat belt as much as possible and then close the locking door. Nevertheless, we still our Rava.

Casey Bullock says:

Do these have a top tether strap?

massenafun says:

Mbeans don’t you have to push on the rava and retract the seatbelt to activate the lockoff, since the “true tension door” is Not a lock off?

Deimy M. says:

Can you fit three across with the Nuna Rava?

Re Mrs.K says:

Can you do a comparison between nuna rava and maxi cosi 85 max. I have the nuna rava and love it but need another carseat for my spouses vehicle. Wondering if I should go for the rava again or try the maxi cosi. I have two friend that love their maxi cosi.

robinkristinee says:

How does the Britax compare to the clek? if you were to do a video on those I would be curious. we have the britax CT advocate right now and definitely lean to Britax

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