Safety 1st Alpha Omega Elite Carseat – $89.99, Shipped *Lowest Price Ever*

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Safety 1st CarseatIn the market for a new carseat for your little ones?

VMInnovations has the Safety 1st Alpha Omega Elite Carseat in Quartz priced at just $89.99 with FREE fast shipping. That’s the lowest price ever online that I’ve been able to find.

The lowest on Amazon, for example, was $95 – and right now it’s $98.

  • Versatile, extended-use car seat from 5-100 lbs (19″-52″ recommended height):
    • Rear-facing 5-35 pounds
    • Forward-facing 22-40 pounds
      • Belt-positioning booster 40-100 pounds
  • Side Impact Protection
  • EPP energy absorbing foam in the headrest
  • 5-point internal harness with up-front adjustment fits babies up to 50 pounds
  • QuickFit™ 5-position padded headrest adjusts with harness in one easy step – never needs re-threading!
  • 3-position recline
  • Infant head insert provides additional comfort
  • Pivoting padded armrests
  • Removable cup/juice holder on seat can be used on either side
  • Removable pillow with padded belt covers
  • LATCH equipped
  • Meets or exceeds Federal Safety Standards
  • Warranty: One Year Safety 1st New Product Warranty

Shipping times depend on your location, but when I plugged in my zip code I was able to get over-night shipping on this seat.

The price is good thru January 27th *and* while supplies last (the best deals at VM Innovations often sell out quite quickly, so act accordingly!).

If you haven’t heard of VM Innovations, don’t worry — I also didn’t know about them until this past October, when I met their team at a conference I attended. It turns out VM Innovations is one of the top sellers at Amazon and one of the only sellers on Ebay with over 1,000,000 5-star reviews! They are a whole seller, so while they do have an online storefront with great deals like this one, they are more prolific in the Amazon/Ebay market space. Now that I know about them, I’m very excited to be able to share more great deals like this one with you guys in the coming months.

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  1. Note that this seat is on the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (quite short) list of “not recommended” boosters because it “does not provide a good belt fit” in booster mode – i.e. it positions the seat belt on a kid in a way that’s unsafe.

    • Mara Strom says:

      Thank you – that’s good to know. Not that I have any expertise as a safety expert, but as a mom, I wouldn’t recommend this seat as a booster in any case, just because I think it’s too bulky for a booster. (Our kids always had designated five-point harness seats and then transitioned to high back boosters.)

  2. Unfortunately this seat has many, many drawbacks as detailed in this great article:

    In short, it’s outgrown too early in each mode, is HUGE and doesn’t fit well in most cars, is extremely difficult to correctly install, and makes a dangerously-fitting booster. But there are tons of great options out there for any age, budget, and size!

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