September 27, 2012
There is some relief when you no longer have to strap your baby into a rear facing infant seat. A simple booster is easier to move between cars but keeps your toddler safe. This gender neutral Graco Highback TurboBooster converts to a backless booster for years of use. It meets or exceeds United States safety standards, but you won't sacrifice comfort for safety. This seat has a multi layer head rest and 2 cup holders. You and your baby will love this seat!
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July 31, 2012
If you think booster seats have to be expensive, thing again. This Graco Highback Booster is economical and safe for your little one's travels. It fits children from 30 to 100 pounds. It's also rigorously crash tested to meet or exceed United States safety standards. Once your child outgrows the high back booster, simply convert it to a backless booster for years of prolonged use. If necessary, you can even pass it along to a sibling thanks to the neutral green color.
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November 7, 2011
Britax is one of the most trusted names in Car Seats. It's easy to see why. This Britax Frontier 85 Combination Booster Car Seat has side impact protection that distributes crash forces, shields your child from vehicle intrusion, and keeps the head, neck and spine "in true" or aligned, to limit injury in the event of a collision. It's parent friendly too. The quick adjust head restraint and no rethread harness easily adjust to shoulder height without disassembling the harness. No more wrestling with straps while adjusting the restraints. It's safe for children up to 85 pounds or in booster mode to 120 pounds. Your child will be comfortable and safe and you will have peace of mind.
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August 29, 2011
Did you know car seats should be replaced about every six years? If you are driving around town with your toddler in the same convertible car seat his sibling used since infancy, you may want to take a closer look at it. The good news is toddler booster seats tend to be much more economical, but just as safe as their bulky counterparts. This Evenflo Big Kid Booster is recommended for children 30 to 100 pounds and up to 57 inches tall. It is side impact crash tested. Your little one will love it because the two cup holders are deep enough for drinks and snacks. You and your little one will be glad you made the switch.
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September 13, 2010
The Institute for Highway Safety has become a trusted resource for people who want to stay safe on the roads. That's why it's news when they release their top picks for booster seat safety. This year the Best Best is the Britax Frontier 85 Combination Booster Car Seat. It's little wonder why, since Britax has started using Institute's testing standards and booster seat fixture to help evaluate new boosters they're designing. This booster has a five point harness that protects children from 85 to 100 pounds. It also has true side impact protection distributes crash forces to keep your child safe in a crash.
You can see the complete press release including the entire list of recommended and NOT recommended boosters at www.iihs.org.
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December 29, 2009
If you have been caught up in the hustle and bustle of the holidays, you may have missed the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety report on Booster Seat Safety. This independent organization recently rated the safety of Booster Seats used for older children. Among the highest rated, called a "Best Bet" by the Institute was the Britax Frontier Booster Car Seat. The features that may have helped put the Britax on top include deep side walls and adjustable head support to provide true side impact protection and distribute crash forces. The supports also shield from vehicle intrusion. No parent wants to be in an accident with their child, but if you know your child is safe, you can get some peace of mind.
See www.iihs.org for the full article and list of recommended boosters.