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    Or the infasecure stanzah booster from Kmart?

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    Thank you that looks really good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Hmmm that's about $220... Is there home brand versions of these seats around?
    Are you in VIC? We have one we don't need, it's black so not pretty pink (which I would never get again, it's a different fabric and DD hates it), this one is a plush black. It's on perfect condition as it is was in DH car so hardly got used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICanDream View Post
    Are you in VIC? We have one we don't need, it's black so not pretty pink (which I would never get again, it's a different fabric and DD hates it), this one is a plush black. It's on perfect condition as it is was in DH car so hardly got used.
    Aw that's so sweet thank you very much! I live a fair way out of the city though (just use 3000 as my postcode for privacy), so I will have to pass. Thank you so much though!

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    The infa booster from kmart isnt as big as it looks

    My 5.5yo is still harnessed in my maxi rider easy adjust in my car, but my dad has the infa booster from kmart in his car for him....im pretty sure he will last longer in my mrea as a booster.

    Have you looked at the maxiguard?
    I think infa do a type g seat cheaper at big w?

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    I think type G is over for us. The lower straps and buckles just aren't made for kids with thighs and booty.

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    So I joined that group and learnt a lot. I measured DD and seated it's 49cm, which means anything I buy won't last long unless it's the encore 10. Going to check out baby shops and see how they fit

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    Have you tried the new maxi Rider? The one in your pic is what my DS was in as a booster when DD came along, so I got her a new one. It's got a quick adjust thing instead of having to pull it apart to adjust and seems longer fully extended. Maybe it's not, but it does look it. My DD is tall and it still has heaps of growing room at 4.5yo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    Have you tried the new maxi Rider? The one in your pic is what my DS was in as a booster when DD came along, so I got her a new one. It's got a quick adjust thing instead of having to pull it apart to adjust and seems longer fully extended. Maybe it's not, but it does look it. My DD is tall and it still has heaps of growing room at 4.5yo.
    I believe the exit is 51cm, which would probably only give her 6 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    I believe the exit is 51cm, which would probably only give her 6 months.
    Right. Maybe try putting bricks on her head or stop feeding her then .


 

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