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Topic # 175362 26-Jun-2015 09:49 Send private message

We need to fit 3 car seats at the back of a medium/large sedan/wagon.

One is a toddler who will use a Radian very narrow heavy like a tank car seat.

But 2 kids aged around 5-7 would need more secure seating than a booster bum seat, but more comfortable than a rock hard phil and ted full body booster cradle that is no good for long distance.

Any one knows where to get some safe, easy to buckle, narrow (ie not very wide), comfortable (padded) for long distance driving car "booster" seats?


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  Reply # 1331928 26-Jun-2015 09:53 Send private message

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  Reply # 1331940 26-Jun-2015 10:17 Send private message


Try they have a good knowledge of whats in the market,


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  Reply # 1331949 26-Jun-2015 10:43 Send private message

Safety first for me - (what was CREP).

You can't get all the Aussie models in New Zealand, but I've had good luck with infasecure and britax/safe n' sound/hipod.

Unfortunately the safe ones tend to be the bulkiest.

This is my dream car seat (and you can tell you're getting old when...). It's a brilliant idea and they do ship to NZ, but very spendy.

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