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    Default Slimmest car seat for 2 year old

    I need three child restraints in my car and atm my two year old is in a maxi rider, it fits but is very bulky. What is a good, slim alternative? I went to baby bunting but they didn't have anything slim with a harness.
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    Safe n sound compaq my DS is 3 and still fits in it, I had to buy one as I have a Barina that's about as big as a shoe.

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    What age does that go up to?

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    It's birth to 4 years.

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    Default Slimmest car seat for 2 year old

    The compaq is great.. If child is already 2 u just need the lifestyle though.. Same shell just less padding as it isn't for a newborn. Both safe n sound seats. We had the same issue with a 2 yr old as just had twins and his meridian wouldn't fit with 2 capsules.

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    Default Slimmest car seat for 2 year old

    Oh there is a mother choice one I have for DS2... I forget what model but it is from target and is a booster with a harness it always goes on sale... It's very slim and I like it

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    Mothers choice Nobel is what it is

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    We have three Safety 1st Custodian Plus in our car, they work well for us

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