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    Default Best booster seat?

    Looking for recommendations for best/safest booster seat, thanks

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    A dedicated booster or convertible booster? How old is the child going into the seat?

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    Have a look at the CREP ratings as a good start point.

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    I use the Infa Secure because it's got really good head protection 'wings' as well as the bits that help protect the sides of their abdomen. DS turns 7 next Feb, but I'll keep him in that as long as he still fits safely in it.

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    Will be a transition from a baby seat to booster. I wish we hadve bought a convertible from the beginning! I will check out the ratings I wasn't sure where to look but was sure there would be something of the sort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    I use the Infa Secure because it's got really good head protection 'wings' as well as the bits that help protect the sides of their abdomen. DS turns 7 next Feb, but I'll keep him in that as long as he still fits safely in it.
    Oh thanks for that! I must mention we do a lot of car travelling so a comfy one to sleep in is a must. I also see one seat goes up to 10 years old.

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    we just got a babylove ezy combo for DD... rated well and great price

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarplumMummy View Post
    Oh thanks for that! I must mention we do a lot of car travelling so a comfy one to sleep in is a must. I also see one seat goes up to 10 years old.
    Yeah the Infa Secure is great for sleeping kids. DS's head just rests nicely on the head wings, really comfy for him.

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    Safe and sound hi liner .. Great seat and very safe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maybelline View Post
    Safe and sound hi liner .. Great seat and very safe
    Love this seat too! Except DD does not look very comfy the couple of times she has fallen asleep in it


 

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