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    Default Booster seat for 4 years+ with 5 point harness, NOT sash belt?

    Finding it hard to locate one for dd, can anyone recommend one?

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    We bought ours from kmart. Infa secure brand I think.

    Sent from my GT-I9305 using The Bub Hub mobile app

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    We have this one...http://www.toysrus.com.au/i3595519. My 5y/o fits easily in the 5 point harness and will for at least another 12 months. It got very good reviews.

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    Infasecure Comfi Caprice if you're after padding, funky colours, plush fabric etc. otherwise the Rallye from Kmart.

    The Comfi harness markers are 45cm and if you get one with old markers Infa will send you out a new one. With he Rallye they will be 45cm but only old stock is sold and you can't get a new cover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by callmedragon22 View Post
    Infasecure Comfi Caprice if you're after padding, funky colours, plush fabric etc. otherwise the Rallye from Kmart.

    The Comfi harness markers are 45cm and if you get one with old markers Infa will send you out a new one. With he Rallye they will be 45cm but only old stock is sold and you can't get a new cover.
    i was looking at the rallye but it says from approx 4 years its used with a sash belt

    from the website

    The Rallye is a forward facing child restraint and can be used with the in-built harness from approximately 6 months through to 4 years old. Once your child reaches the middle shoulder height marker, you can convert the Rallye into a booster seat for use with a lap sash seatbelt. The Rallye features a high, blow moulded backrest with large side wings for enhanced side impact protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    i was looking at the rallye but it says from approx 4 years its used with a sash belt

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    I have a tall 4.5 yr old and he still has plenty of room harness in his rallye in his grandparents car. I would say he has a good 12 months at least before he reaches the height marker.

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    Another Q for those who have two. Is is a bad idea to put them next to eachother in the back or better one on either side so the toddler cant touch the baby etc? DD will be 3.5 when this one is born.

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    Baby love Ezy combo.

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    The 2 seats with the highest height markers for inbuilt harness use are the infasecure comfi caprice and the maxi rider easy adjust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    i was looking at the rallye but it says from approx 4 years its used with a sash belt

    from the website
    That's just an approx as that is when you can legally use it as a booster (when the child is 4). It will most definitely harness past 4 unless you breed giants!

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