Families who don’t find themselves moving booster seats between vehicles too often (or who don’t mind contorting themselves around the seat to move it) and/or families who have children who are prone to overheating will find a solid choice in the Kobuk Booster Seat.
A team of CSFTL admins descnded on San Antonio for the Lifesavers conference. During our time at the conference, we saw many things, touched many things, talked to many of our favorite manufacturers, and enjoyed the local flavor. We also earned a lot of Continuing Education Units and enjoyed a pretty thorough Manufacturer Update.
Britax convertible car seats have long been well-respected, easy to use staples of the car seat world. Britax announced that they’re phasing out the G4 series convertibles (Marathon, Boulevard, and Advocate) and replacing them with the Essentials line, which features the Emblem and the Allegiance. We’ll take a look at both the Emblem and the
Every year in the US, an average of 37 children perish when they’re left in vehicles. Most of those are left in those vehicles by accident. A portion of those children are left in those vehicles on purpose — say Mom goes into a store or something like that. Another portion of those 37 deaths happens when preschoolers go back into an unlocked car to get a toy they’ve left behind and find themselves trapped in a car they can’t open.
The TurboBooster TakeAlong excels at its main purpose in life — being a very portable option that most Littles can set up and use properly with minimal or no supervision.
This is a big task for a small seat. We’re thrilled to see that the TurboBooster TakeAlong does all of this with ease.
The MyFit brings all of the features that we’ve come to expect from Chicco into their first forward facing only combination car seat that works well in both harness and booster mode.
The search for a booster seat with a tall shoulder belt guide is often a challenging quest. There aren’t too many models that go past the 21 or 22 inch top guide position, so when one comes along that has an unusually tall top position, we’re all ears. The Safety 1st Store ‘n Go Sport
At Car Seats for the Littles, we draw a pretty hard line around what we will and won’t review. Please act surprised when I say that 99% of the time, our reviews are solely about car seats. So when a product comes along that isn’t a car seat, and you’re seeing it here, that’s because
Cosco’s newest offering is a backless booster seat that comes in at a ridiculously reasonable price! The Rise retails for $9.99. That’s right, it’s less than $10! Let’s take a closer look at this extremely budget-friendly option. CSFTL Quick Stats Backless booster weight range: 40-100 pounds Backless booster height range: 43-57 inches tall Expiration: 10
Each year since 2009, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has released their IIHS booster ratings. In the past, these ratings were based primarily on the fit of the 6 year old crash test dummy. This year’s results were based on a new dummy.