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Product Review: Graco TurboBooster SafeSeat Youth Booster

By Kay on Thu, Apr 3, 2008

Baby Gear, General, PreSchoolers, Product Reviews

Graco TurboBooster SafeSeat Youth Booster in IonicWe just recently moved Karis into a car seat out of her infant seat which meant Ethan got kicked out of his seat. Since he’s over the weight requirements for a booster, we opted to just move him straight into this Graco TurboBooster instead of buying ANOTHER car seat that would only last another year or so and also cost an arm and a leg.

  • I LOVE how easy this booster is to move from car to car. Basically unthread the seatbelt from the shoulder belt positioner and you’re good to go!
  • Ethan loves the race car color scheme (as does his daddy!) and the fact that he now feels like a ‘big boy’.
  • Kate loves that she’s not getting hit in the face with the side of a huge car seat. (She sits in the middle of the back seat between her two siblings. Not something she’ll be able to do much longer as her hips and shoulders grow and become wider than the opening between the two seats. Hopefully we’ll be able to purchase a larger vehicle by the time that becomes an issue. And when we do, we’ll probably get Kate the pink princess version of this same seat.)
  • Shawn loves that the price didn’t strain our pocket book too much. I think we got ours on sale for around $40.
  • Karis loves the fact that she’s not stuck in that rear-facing infant seat anymore. She loves being able to see out the windows!  🙂
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