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Old 11-06-2012, 04:06 AM   #21
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I always pull out a lot of seatbelt slack, tip the radian on it's side and let the seatbelt sorta dangle in there. I catch it on the other side.


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Old 11-06-2012, 07:52 AM   #22
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Where it becomes a problem is traveling. Trying to get a Radian through the airport with kiddo, stroller, carryons, and everything else is a PITA.

Where it cuts my hand is in the RF belt path trying to feed the belt through. I have 3, and it does it on all three.
Yes, I can definitely see the weight being an issue for travelling - I always laughed at the photo of the mom "in the airport" with a baby on one hip and the radian, folded, in the other hand. Yeah. Sure!
For that reason, and because it's a super $$ seat that I wouldn't trust them not to ruin while travelling, I only take our cheap seat (usually a scenera) for travels.

Huh. I've never had any troubles with installing. I mean, I can see that being a problem for some (maybe I just have smaller hands?), but I don't think that's specific to the radians either.
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