Being a mom of 3 kiddos has many challenges, one of which is figuring out how to get all 3 car seats to fit in our car! The Combi Coccoro Convertible Car Seat has helped us solve the problem. The Combi Coccoro is lightweight and compact. It is so compact that it can fit three car seats across the back seat.
We were using two convertible car seats and an infant bucket seat. I was worried that once my little guy outgrew the bucket, that we wouldn’t be able to fit all three in the backseat. The Coccoro fits great. It is about the same size as the infant bucket seat, but is still big enough to provide room for kiddo to grow.
Installation was a breeze with the easy LATCH connectors and we had no problem installing it into our cars. The Coccoro comes with a tether that can be used when the car seat is rear facing, which is something I have never seen in any other car seat.
The Coccoro features Tru-Safe® Side Impact Protection with deep side walls and a layer of energy-absorbing foam to distribute crash forces away from your child’s head, neck and spine. A tether connector strap allows for rear-facing tethering, stabilizing the car seat in the event of a collision. The Coccoro offers a five-point harness with a color indicator to ensure the harness is securely buckled, four harness heights, front harness adjuster, built-in lock-offs and premium push button LATCH connectors for safety and convenience.
The Coccoro is a cool looking car seat. It comes in a ton of great colors (we love the Grape color that we received). All of the colors have fun names like Cherry Pie, Licorice, and Key Lime.
The Coccoro is also super-duper comfy while incorporating some unique features such as a color indicator to let you know that the five-point harness is correctly buckled. This is very handy, especially when the 2 year old is trying to buckle in by himself.
The cover is made of a wipeable material that seems to ward off stains and is washable just in case the toddler makes an even bigger mess. Bonus points for Combi for realizing that a car seat needs to be durable as well as stylish!
Height & Weight Limits
My 2 year old and my 2 month old both fit in the Coccoro perfectly. It accommodates children 19 to 40 inches, rear-facing from 3 to 33 pounds and forward-facing from 1 year and 20 pounds up to 40 pounds. Considering that the recommendation is to keep children rear facing for as long as possible, it is great that the Coccoro gives parents the option to rear face until 33 pounds.
My 2 month old fits in the Coccoro perfectly with the padded infant insert pillow. The pillow is so cooshy and comfortable. I would love one for my seat! LOL! I am thankful that Combi thought about comfort as well as safety with the Coccoro. So many car seats have little to no padding. My hubby even added padding to some of our other car seats in the past. I love knowing that my kids are comfy in their car seats and it makes longer trips much easier.
My 2 year old also loves the car seat (that is supposed to be a smile. LOL!). Unfortunately, he is getting closer to the 40 inch height cut off and won’t fit in the seat much longer. I wish that the Coccoro was a bit taller and could accommodate taller kids.
What makes the Coccoro a Pinworthy Product?
- Combi Tru-Safe® Side Impact Protection offers deep side walls and a layer of energy-absorbing foam to distribute crash energy away from your child’s head, neck and spine.
- Tether connector strap for rear-faced tethering
- Buckle with indicator provides a visual cue that the harness is securely buckled
- Compact design accommodates three seats across the rear seat of most vehicles
- Removable infant insert provides proper positioning and comfort for smaller children
- One-pull front harness adjuster
- Built-in lock-offs for rear- and forward-facing installation
- Premium, push button LATCH connectors
- Washable and removable cover and harness pads
- Really cool colors
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