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Safety 1st Go Hybrid Booster Review – A Fantastic Product for Families on the Go!

10 August 2012
  • Conclusion: The Safety 1st Go Hybrid Booster is a fantastic option for families with forward-facing kids ages 2+ who use rental cars or taxis. It fits easily in the overhead bin on an aircraft so you never have to gate check it and worry if it’s getting damaged out of sight. It also tends to work very well in 3-across situations if you have the ability to use LATCH.
  • Pros: Lightweight (just over 10 lbs), Narrow, Energy-absorbing EPP foam lines the sidewings (it’s a thin layer and only on the sides but something is better than nothing!), Highly portable when packed in its travel bag – fits in the overhead bin of an airplane!, Easy installation with LATCH, Easy to adjust harness height, Easy to buckle, Tall maximum harness height, Depth of base provides excellent leg support for older kids, Comfortable and well-padded, Could be a good opt...
  • Cons: Requires using a top tether anchor, Difficult to install with seatbelt, Difficult process to detach and re-attach back portion from lower booster portion (if you detach it you really don’t want to have to put it back on – trust me), No central front harness adjuster – each side of the harness is tightened and loosened independently, Headwings may not provide ideal support for sleeping heads (if you can recline your vehicle seatback a notch or two prior to installation...
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