Evenflo Titan Elite Convertible Car Seat – Top Reviews & Key Info

  • Evenflo Titan Elite Convertible Car SeatPrice Range: $90 to $100
  • GooGooLove: ♥♥♥♥ (4/5)
  • Pros:
    • Soft & comfortable
    • Attached cupholder
    • Narrow & light; easy to travel with
  • Cons:
    • Big recline in rear-facing position; takes up lots of room
    • Hard to tighten harness strap
    • Metal clips for Latch system are tough to use
  • Child’s Weight & Length Limitations:
    • Rear-Facing:
      • Weight: 5-35 lbs
      • Height: at least 19″
    • Forward-Facing:
      • Weight: 20-50 lbs
      • Height: 47″ or less
  • Product Weight & Dimensions: 15.5 lbs; 28” x 20” x 20”

Most Helpful Reviews on the Evenflo Titan Elite Convertible Car Seat.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars(5/5) – 10/31/2011 – …  It has soft cushions and is very comfortable. She frequently falls asleep in it and looks comfortable and happy…. It was easy to figure out how to install, and I love how the straps can easily adjust from the front while she is sitting in it. The chest clip is a little tricky to unfasten at first but after about a week I got used to it. The only con I can really give is that it reclines really far in the rear-facing position. That makes it really comfortable for my daughter, but in my small car (Toyota Corolla) the passenger seat has to be pushed pretty far forward….  (read more and buy it at Amazon.com)
  • 3.0 out of 5 stars(3/5) – 7/8/2011 – Style and fit is nice. Love the cupholder for longer car rides. This was purchased to go in my hubby’s car, and I have a Britax Roundabout in mine…. My husband had a hard time tightening the straps to secure forward facing on the initial installation. We also have the problem of the harnessing system tig htening uneven…. I think this car seat might be more appropriate for a grandparent, or someone who does not use on a regular day to day basis.  (read more and buy it at Target.com)
  • 3.0 out of 5 stars(3/5) – 11/1/2012 – … The fabric is nice, it’s soft and plush (not as plush as our Alpha Omega though). It was pretty easy to install. My only issue is that it’s kind of hard to tighten to harness straps. No matter how hard I pull, they don’t ever seem tight enough….  Straps are very easy to re-thread to change the height of them. I think if this is the first seat you’ve bought, you’ll be happy with it. However, if you’re used to a higher quality/more expensive seat, you might find yourself wishing you had spent a bit more $$. .   (read more and buy it at Amazon.com)
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars(5/5) – 10/3/2012 – This is such a great car seat! We bought it online to be sent to my parents’ house so that when we flew to visit them we wouldn’t have to fly with our huge car seat. We ended up bringing this one back with us at the end of the trip because we like it so much better than our bigger/more expensive one…. Some of the things we love about it: -It’s narrower than our other car seat and two adults could still fit in the backseat while it was installed. -It’s great in the airport and on planes!… (read more and buy it at Walmart.com)
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars(4/5) – 7/21/2011 – … Reasons we like the Titan Elite : **Can RF as long as possible ( this one goes to 35lbs RF and 50lbs FF). **Had decent padding on the sides of the head, but did not have huge bulky wings…. Reasons we do not like the Titan Elite….  (read more and buy it at Babiesrus.com)

Gear in Action

  • See a video review here.

What the Makers Say

  • Up-front harness adjustment for easy access
  • 4 shoulder strap positions and 2 crotch strap positions accommodate growing children longer
  • Removable cup holder for convenience
  • 5-point harness system provides a secure fit
  • Machine-washable pad keeps seat looking clean
  • Infant head pillow included
  • Deluxe memory foam padding in seat area for added comfort
  • Energy absorbing foam liner provides added safety & comfort…. (read more at Evenflo.com)

Any Safety Recalls :( ?

  • Not that we’ve heard.  For the most up-to-date information, search the Consumer Products Safety Division’s website here.

What are your 2 cents, Mama?