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Help with booster seat confusion!
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whoami24601 · 13/02/2021 15:40

My small DS (16.8kg and nearly 6!) is ready to move into a booster. I've got a Citroen C4 grand Picasso but often need three car seats in the back (1 other booster and one RF baby seat). I took him to Halfords but the ones there all seemed really wide and wasn't sure they'd fit! So I'm looking for a slim HBB with good side impact protection. Budget is up to £100 so nothing crazy! Can anyone advise?

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whoami24601 · 13/02/2021 16:16

Oh forgot to say isofix would be a bonus!

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whoami24601 · 13/02/2021 17:21

Anyone at all?

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LunchWithAGruffalo · 13/02/2021 18:42

We had a britax adventure which at the time seemed among the slimmer ones. It wasn't isofix, but they may do a similar one which does.

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ExTeacherNowJustMom · 13/02/2021 18:54

If you need to get three car seats on the back seat, I’d suggest not getting isofix. We have found that our car seat, which uses isofix, wastes a lot of space next to the car door, meaning the person who sits in the middle seat ends up being squashed up to the third person.

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Vanannabananna · 13/02/2021 18:55

We have the joie trilo with isofix which DS says is very comfy. I k ow friends like the cybex HBB

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JC12345 · 13/02/2021 19:00

It might be worth having a look at i-size boosters as they are generally narrower than others.

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whoami24601 · 14/02/2021 09:23

I did look at the joie trillo a while ago and it seemed good. I find choosing a car seat so stressful. I want them to be safe, but some are crazy money and I have no idea why! What's so much better about the £150 ones?!

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