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    Default Which extended rear facing seat?

    I'm looking at upgrading DD's car seat to one that allows for extended rear facing. She's 18 months and about to outgrow the rear facing height indicators of her Safe n' Sound.

    I'm looking at the infasecure seats and am aware that several extended rear face. Just wondering people's thoughts or which they found better?

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    We have the infasecure neon and love it. DD1 was rear facing in it until about 2yrs 9 months I think. She is on the shorter side though. She's very comfy in it FF now too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenMama View Post
    We have the infasecure neon and love it. DD1 was rear facing in it until about 2yrs 9 months I think. She is on the shorter side though. She's very comfy in it FF now too.
    Thanks GreenMama my girl is little (still in newborn insert in seat 😝) but getting tall now with a growth spurt so want to allow lots of time for it to fit her. I keep hearing good things about these seats

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    The seats in blue are what you want. Also I think the infasecure Quattro and kompressor 4 are ERF - possibly not released yet

    Neon is a good seat and will rf longer than a capsule but these seats will allow another 5cm of torso growth before you have to turn the seat.

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    Safe n sound have the quickfix...sold at target. Erf to approx 2.5years. $379. Its the same as the Slimm safe n sound sold at baby stores for about $500.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
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    The seats in blue are what you want. Also I think the infasecure Quattro and kompressor 4 are ERF - possibly not released yet

    Neon is a good seat and will rf longer than a capsule but these seats will allow another 5cm of torso growth before you have to turn the seat.
    Thank you Amy! Any chance you could repost the graphic? It hasn't come out clearly enough for me to read the names

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    I have the Infasecure Kompressor and my 2.5yo DS has only recently hit the shoulder marker to forward face.
    I'm a big fan of the Infasecure seats 👍🏻

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    Infasecure Quattro released the end of Jan. Longest RF on the market I believe (not sure if anyone matches it). Expect a cheaper Big W version later down the track. Narrow too so good for 3 car seats across.


 

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