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bestservices Sat 27-Jun-20 20:33:08

Can anyone suggest one?

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pinkcattydude Sat 27-Jun-20 20:46:04

Kiddy ones are great we had the Guardian one but that was a while ago.

User260486 Sat 27-Jun-20 20:48:34

Cybex is great, soft seat and very comfortable, but wide and would only fit comfortably in larger car.

teaandlotusbiscoff Sat 27-Jun-20 20:52:10

How old is your DC? Joie Trillo is a good one and reasonably priced. Britax do well in terms of safety. Any one of them so as long as it’s from a reputable brand (so avoid Halfords, Star Wars and Disney style) then it should be OK

BertieBotts Sun 28-Jun-20 13:18:19

Britax, Cybex, Diono, Recaro, Besafe are the best rated ones for safety smile

BertieBotts Sun 28-Jun-20 13:18:45

Kiddy were great too but they have gone out of business sad

TK1930 Sun 28-Jun-20 13:20:37

Rodifix maxi cosi

bestservices Sun 28-Jun-20 13:51:15

Thanks everyone, DS is 4 in 5 weeks, I wanted to wait until after he was 4 for the high backed booster but he's very tall and heavy for his age so now he's too heavy for his car seat.

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Muchtoomuchtodo Sun 28-Jun-20 13:52:53

Our maxi cosi ones were great

BertieBotts Sun 28-Jun-20 15:18:55

Ah, would you prefer to keep him in a harnessed seat for a couple more years? You can get forward facing ones (Joie Bold, Cozy n Safe Excalibur) or rear facing ones (Britax Max Way, Axkid Minikid) just a couple of examples of each. The FF ones usually transform into a booster seat for later.

BertieBotts Sun 28-Jun-20 15:21:04

All those I mentioned go up to 25kg in weight on the harness, and up to about 125cm in height, so should last him a while. Then the ones which convert to boosters should go up to the full 150cm.

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