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    Quote Originally Posted by MummyToFurryBabies View Post
    H harnesses have been known to cause major abdominal injuries, as most don't get used properly, so if you're looking at getting a H harness, speak to a professional installer who can explain how to use it properly. Have a look at 'Belle's Gift' on youtube. A story of what happened to a little girl who was involved in an accident, while she was in a booster. There a seats out there that will allow a child to be harnessed up to 5,6,7 years of age.
    The two main convertible booster seats with the highest shoulder markers are the safe n sound maxi rider easy adjust and the infasecure rallye. The rallye often comes on sale at big w, so you can get it cheaper than the SnS. These seats provide longer harnessing due to higher shoulder markers.

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    There's a FB page called 'child restraints, is your child restrained correctly'. The members there include professional installers who have a wealth of information on seats and current restraint laws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummyToFurryBabies View Post
    The two main convertible booster seats with the highest shoulder markers are the safe n sound maxi rider easy adjust and the infasecure rallye. The rallye often comes on sale at big w, so you can get it cheaper than the SnS. These seats provide longer harnessing due to higher shoulder markers.
    Thanks these are the two I already have, I still think we will be lucky to make 3, let alone 4. There's an inch left before the markers and she's 2.5. Problem is a lot of her weight is in her bum which makes it like sitting on a cushion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Thanks these are the two I already have, I still think we will be lucky to make 3, let alone 4. There's an inch left before the markers and she's 2.5. Problem is a lot of her weight is in her bum which makes it like sitting on a cushion.
    Yike! Hopefully she might start growing in the legs, so her torso height slows down. I 'think' the newer Rallye might have come out with higher markers, so it might be worth calling Infasecure to check, as they can send you out a new cover with the higher markers, if your current seat has the older markers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummyToFurryBabies View Post
    Yike! Hopefully she might start growing in the legs, so her torso height slows down. I 'think' the newer Rallye might have come out with higher markers, so it might be worth calling Infasecure to check, as they can send you out a new cover with the higher markers, if your current seat has the older markers.
    Good point about the markers. If you have any model of infasecure convertible booster with height markers they have changed them. They used to be 3 markers evenly spaced. With the changes the middle 'change to booster' marker is now closer to the 'stop use' line and essentially let's you use the second slot with the inbuilt harness.

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    I use a hipod booster with inbuilt harness I bought it from target when DD was 18 months she's 3 now and the height of an average 5 year old she still has a fair bit before hitting the highest height markers

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    I only bought it a couple off months ago, it might already be the new one.
    I keep waiting for my DD1 to stop growing but it hasn't slowed even slightly. Physically it's getting really hard to lift her in and out of the car, or carry her anywhere. She weighs as much as her 7yo cousin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    I only bought it a couple off months ago, it might already be the new one.
    I keep waiting for my DD1 to stop growing but it hasn't slowed even slightly. Physically it's getting really hard to lift her in and out of the car, or carry her anywhere. She weighs as much as her 7yo cousin!
    My local baby store told me that a couple of the infasecure booster seat say up to 8 years but you'd be lucky to fit a child past 4-5 in them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiterallyNoOne View Post
    My local baby store told me that a couple of the infasecure booster seat say up to 8 years but you'd be lucky to fit a child past 4-5 in them.

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    I know people who still have children older than 8 in them. My 4 year old has 5 of torso growth to go before he has to stop using the harness.

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    Op if youve weighed it up and are happy with your decision then I say go for it.
    Dd has a sns AHR maxi rider with height markings and changed to booster before she was 4 because she is very tall and was past the marker.
    We waited as long as we could in DH's car bit she exceeded thr weight limits in that one too.
    Check the laws for your state-theres always a provision for taller kids in there


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