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britax kid guard pro booster seat review
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Kid Guard Pro Booster Seat

Recommended – The Kid Guard Pro Booster seat is designed to fit alongside another baby car seat; as it is narrow and does not have arm rests. The Kid Guard pro has expandable wigs allowing larger children to stay safely harnessed. The extended base allows for children wih longer legs to be harnessed without the booster seat digging into their thighs

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maxi cosi rodi booster seat
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Maxi Cosi Rodi Booster Review


Not Recommended – The cost of the Maxi Cosi Rodi is a huge negative; considering the price of the britax maxi guard is only marginally above that of the rodi. Other issues such as the cable ties, the pinching hazard and the headrest coming completely out; mean there are better alternatives for the money

The Maxi Cosi Rodi AP Booster Seat claims to be the Safest and most comfortable booster seat of the market. Consider for a moment that the Maxi Cosi Rodi is only a Booster seat and with an RRP of $259, making it the most expensive booster on the market.

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untethered-booster seats when do you use them
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Untethered Booster seats

What is an Untethered Booster seat

The untethered booster, is designed for occassional use; and where there are no anchor points installed; such as the third row of a seven seater suv/ van. Occasional use; is defined for when a grandparent; picks up their grand-child sometimes from child care or needs to pick the children up in an emergency.

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Convertib;le- booster height markers
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Booster Seat Height Markers

untethered booster shoulder height markers

Up until September 2014, when a child reached the upper height marker on a forward facing 0-4 child restraint, the child would go into a Booster seat. In September 2014 a new class of child restraint was introduced, the G type seat. The G type seat is a forward facing child restraint (6 months to 8 years) that allows the child to be restrained with a harness until the are approximately 8 years of age.

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