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    Default Babylove ezy combo booster

    Does anyone have one? Ds 19 months has practically grown out of his car seat (0-4 my as$!!) so I'm looking for a new seat for him. According to crep the babylove ezy combo had the best score for a convertible booster so I'm sort of sold on it but wanted to hear people's opinions of it.

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    Default Babylove ezy combo booster

    What seat do you have currently and how big is your son?

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    Default Babylove ezy combo booster

    Hipod Milan. Dunno, a few months ago he was 12.3kg. His shoulders are basically over the shoulder straps iykwim?

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    Default Re: Babylove ezy combo booster

    We've got a babylove ezy combo for ds1. It's a great seat. We want to get one for 4 year old dd soon. She uses it when ds1 is at school.


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    Default Babylove ezy combo booster

    I'm assuming you're using the Milan forward facing so his shoulders can be 2.5cm above the shoulder strap slot as long as his eyes are below the level of the top of the seat. I haven't used a Milan so it does seem odd that he would grow out of it do soon.

    If you have definitely decided to get another seat, I would consider a different 0-4yr seat. I'm not a fan of convertible boosters for under 2.5-3yrs. They just seem too big, don't seem to "hold" them KWIM? Try your son in the EzyCombo and see how he fits. See how his head will sit if he falls asleep and how it "holds" him. If you're happy, then yes, the EzyCombo does rate well. My 13kg 16mth DS is in a SnS Meridian and is "held" nicely but with plenty of room to grow, especially with the adjustable headrest. My 4y2m DD is in a Cargo Marathon and DS doesn't fit in it well at all. DD is 97th percentile for height and could fit in the Meridian at 3y10m (last time we had the seats out and she wanted to have a turn!)

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    Just bumping this to see if there are any more opinions on this seat.

    Did you end up buying one mopoke?

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    My mum has one and I like it. They are simple and have good safety ratings. Haven't had a problem. Good luck

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    Yeah I got it. I used to loosen the harness, strap DS in then tighten them but it's really hard to tighten the harness in this one. I use the headrest insert thingo otherwise his head sits at a funny angle when asleep. Otherwise I'm happy with it.

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