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Britax Parkway SGL 2013 Booster Review

31 July 2013
  • Conclusion: Overall, the Britax Parkway SGL 2013 is a nice update from the previous model.  Many of the changes appear to be in direct response to customer feedback! I have found no major complaints (outside of the minor disadvantages listed above) so far about the improved design.  If you have a squirmy kid like I do, you may also appreciate the unique SecureGuard clip that provides one extra point of restraint to help keep them from sliding under the lap belt, even if they’ve...
  • Pros: Good height range to fit kids until they pass the 5-Step Test, SecureGuard clip helps prevent submarining, High and deep side wings for head and torso, Well padded and comfortable, LATCH system for holding booster in place, Can be used as a backless booster, In highback mode can be used in seating positions that do not have a head restraint or in cases where head restraint needs to be removed to allow booster to be flush with vehicle seat., Relatively expensive ( $159...
  • Cons: Relatively expensive ( $159.99 MSRP on Amazon.com ), LATCH release button can be a little finicky sometimes, Made In China
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Britax Parkway SGL Booster: A Photo Review

22 November 2010
  • Excerpt: The Britax Parkway SGL is a new version of the popular Parkway SG Booster .  We had a preview of the SGL from our ABC Kids Expo coverage.  It is rated for kids 40-120 pounds.  You can find our full review of the original Parkway SG here .  Using the Parkway SGL in high-back mode with the backrest, it is rated for kids 38-63 inches tall and with a seated shoulder height of 15-21.5 inches tall.
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