Video: Comparing the UPPAbaby ALTA v. Nuna AACE

Video: Comparing the UPPAbaby ALTA v. Nuna AACE

Stuck between two booster seat options? The UPPAbaby ALTA and Nuna AACE are extremely similar, but this video will outline the commonalities and differences for you!

Let’s start off by talking about what they have in common.

  • Both boosters have an adjustable headrest, plus added Side Impact Protection on the sides of the shell. The AACE’s side impact protection pods pop out.
  • They both have dual arm rests, and a cup holder that can attach to either side.
  • Each booster seat has high quality fabric and a sleek design.
  • They each have a shoulder and lap belt path marked in red to make it easy to make sure your child is buckled correctly.
  • For installation, both booster seats have a rigid LATCH system that extends out the back to prevent it from becoming a projectile if your child isn’t in the car with you.
  • They have really similar height and weight requirements. For the ALTA, your child should be 38-57 inches tall and 40-100 pounds. For the AACE, they should be 38-60 inches tall and 40-110 pounds.

Now let’s go over some of the differences between these two.

  • They come in various different fabric and stitching color options.
  • The ALTA’s seat fabric is removable and machine washable.
  • The AACE has some bonus adjustments to make it more comfortable as your child grows. Its shoulder area expands as the headrest is raised, and the seat cushion also has three depth settings.
  • Additionally, once your child is between 50-120 pounds, you can choose to remove the back of the AACE booster for no-back mode. It includes an attachable seat belt positioner for kids whose shoulders don’t quite reach high enough.

Check them out in this video:

You can also see both of these car seats in action here:

Overall, both of these booster seats are pretty similar. Your choice may honestly just come down to what fabric colors you prefer!

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