Comparison Between Graco & Evenflo Strollers
So what is the difference between a Graco and Evenflo convertible baby car seat? Here is a very brief review. We want to give you the reader an idea of the differences between both brands. Also, we are going to try and give you some solid information on the Graco Baby and Evenflo baby car seats.
Graco Baby And Evenflo Car Seats: Both seats are comparable to one another, but they have some very specific differences that may confuse you if you do not know what to look for. For example, Evenflo has an accessory kit that may be needed if your child gets into the car seat. They also both have a patented design that they claim is going to provide "safe and secure" protection.
The Evenflo Car Seat also comes with lumbar support, and it includes a seat belt release for the car and a forward-facing infant car seat holder. While they both have infant car seat features, Graco uses a smaller cup holder for their car seat whereas Evenflo uses a bigger cup holder. Evenflo also does not have a car pillow for the back or side support.
Graco uses a polyester and vinyl cover. It has a seatbelt release that is much less robust than the Graco seat belt release. Graco Baby also comes with a lumbar support. Graco uses a molded plastic/plywood structure for the rear of the car seat. This is important if you have an older child which can not use the rear of the car safely. It will also help to make the back of the seat more comfortable. Some manufacturers will try to steer you into using a much larger, heavier seat belt than what is best for your child. Evenflo in comparison to Graco has fewer features and a lower price.
Both these brands have their pros and cons but when compared in their durability they both stand out in the market. It depends on the consumer which baby car seat suits them and their child best after they weigh all the differences in features and especially the price. We at Market4Kids provide a wide range of convertible car seats from both brands.