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    Yeah it's hard when they grow faster than expected! Another option might be a cheaper harnessed seat with an adjustable buckle to get it higher away from her thighs? I don't know which ones have the adjustable buckle though. There's a Facebook page, "child restraints, is your child restrained correctly", hope I've got the name right! They have quite a lot of good information and might be able to suggest a cheaper alternative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by just her chameleon View Post
    Yeah it's hard when they grow faster than expected! Another option might be a cheaper harnessed seat with an adjustable buckle to get it higher away from her thighs? I don't know which ones have the adjustable buckle though. There's a Facebook page, "child restraints, is your child restrained correctly", hope I've got the name right! They have quite a lot of good information and might be able to suggest a cheaper alternative.
    Oh yes good idea will join that group! The evolve has the adjustable buckle, as did the rallye but that IS fully extended . Before I extended it, it sat well down between her legs. Will go join group now and pump them for info whilst enduring the judgment that's she's not still rear facing

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    What about a safe n sound maxi rider - my DS got to 9 and a half in one of those but really got too tall on the highest extension. The submarine clip is really expandable too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Oh yes good idea will join that group! The evolve has the adjustable buckle, as did the rallye but that IS fully extended . Before I extended it, it sat well down between her legs. Will go join group now and pump them for info whilst enduring the judgment that's she's not still rear facing
    Hehe yeah unfortunately as great as their knowledge is, they are very judgy :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICanDream View Post
    What about a safe n sound maxi rider - my DS got to 9 and a half in one of those but really got too tall on the highest extension. The submarine clip is really expandable too.
    This is the maxirider on its highest extension. It would do for now but definitely not to 7.
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    This is the Rallye.

    Thanks everyone for your help and ideas, I do appreciate it!

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    No sorry you're right - I meant the hi liner

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICanDream View Post
    No sorry you're right - I meant the hi liner
    Yes that was what someone recommended but that was from a few years ago so didn't know if something better was out there. Will check them out thanks!

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    Hmmm that's about $220... Is there home brand versions of these seats around?

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    The infasecure vario treo might be worth a look at?

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