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    Default Recommend me a convertible booster car seat ☺

    We have a new bub on the way, and we plan to move 2.5 yr old DS into another car seat so bub can use the 0-4 sear DS currently uses.

    It seems to make sense to get DS a 6mth-8yr convertible booster seat.

    What do you have? Do you recommend it?

    Our car is a Mazda 3, so a small-medium car, and it would be good to get something not too big as we'll have the other seat in there too.

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    We love our infasecure evolve for Mr 4, he will be in it harnessed until at least 8. I like how you can remove the cover for washing without having to remove the whole seat. It's not super wide, I can fit it + 2 other seats in my camry (a maxi rider and some other random convertible safe + sound). They're not cheap, but do go on special around the $320 - $350 mark regularly

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    Default Recommend me a convertible booster car seat ☺

    I just got one for my 2.5 yr old as we also have another Bub on the way. I did a bit of research and decided on the britax safe and sound maxi lite. It had good safety reviews and I liked that it was one of a few that reclined as DS still naps a lot in the car. We haven't been using it long but happy so far. We got it on sale for $289.
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    I'd go a dedicated forward facing seat (6m to 8y).

    Any of these would be good.

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    Default Recommend me a convertible booster car seat ☺

    We've got the maxi guard britax sict 6mth -8, but I see now it's been discontinued
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    Thank you, ladies. I'll check these out.

    Is there good research that says harnessed longer is safer than converting to a booster with car seat belt? (Sorry, lazy... save me Googling 😉) I presume harnessed longer seats cost a bit more?

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    I'm not sure about the research but mine does both harnessed and car seat belt as I think most convertible car seats do.

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    Yep, harnessed is safer as it spreads the load (and they can't sit incorrectly) the price difference isn't too bad. You can get a type g seat (fully harnessed) for as little as $200-250.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Yep, harnessed is safer as it spreads the load (and they can't sit incorrectly) the price difference isn't too bad. You can get a type g seat (fully harnessed) for as little as $200-250.
    That makes sense, thanks. I'll look into these ☺


 

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