Safety 1st Go Hybrid Convertible Booster, Waterloo

Safety 1st Go Hybrid Convertible Booster, Waterloo
Updated on : May 10, 2013
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Security 1st Go Hybrid Convertible Booster, Waterloo

Safety 1st Go Hybrid Convertible Booster, Waterloo

  • Installs in beneath 1 minute
  • Use harness up to 65 pounds
  • Converts to a belt positioning booster up to one hundred pounds, and 57″
  • Lightweight with unique folding design
  • Harness height very easily adjusts to best height without re-threading the harness

The Safety 1st Go Hybrid Booster Automobile Seat – Waterloo is designed to save you cash considering that it grows with your child. Convertible into a backless booster this higher back automobile seat booster is developed for young children 40 – 100 lbs. The five-point harness program ought to be utilized on young children 22 to 65 lbs. and aids to guarantee your child’s safety although the SafeGuard Secure advanced restraint method offers you ease of use. As they develop you can remove the backrest and use a normal seat belt with youngsters 40 to one hundred lbs. Excellent for traveling with due to its exclusive folding design this automobile seat also contains a convenient travel bag so your youngster can bring some of their preferred products with them with out messing up the automobile.Added FeaturesComes with a handy travel bagClassic black and blue colorsAbout Security 1stSafety 1st attributes its accomplishment to a never ever-wavering commitment to youngster security. Acquired by Dorel Industries in 2000 (makers of “Child on Board” indicators) Safety 1st has been able to continue its dedication to generating our planet safer for kids. For years parents have trusted Safety 1st and Dorel Industries to develop products that are handy tough safe and innovative. These firms specialize in producing top quality items at affordable costs and are proud to be showcased as a leader in their field.

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What customers say about Safety 1st Go Hybrid Convertible Booster, Waterloo

  1. Patrick J. Craft says:
    175 of 178 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    We survived a rollover accident with this seat., December 29, 2009
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    We survived a Highway rollover accident this summer with our 5 year old in this seat.

    You never think it will happen to you.

    And Suddenly in an explosion of violence it is happening.

    Several of the emergency personnel independently commented on the Lifesaving aspect of his seat.

    They also emphasized the word “Booster” should be completely eliminated from Marketing materials for Children car seats.

    A Five point harness is the best way to keep a child stabilized in the physical violence of an accident.

    The “booster”s essentially cut children in half internally.

    Tell all of your friends.

    We survived.

    And we will never use anything but a five point harness.

    There are models up to 65lbs and then you can switch to another product that goes up to 80lbs.

    This seat saved his life.

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  2. scanpennett says:
    54 of 54 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A must for city dwelling parents!, February 11, 2010
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    scanpennett (Chicago, IL United States) –

    I LOVE THIS!!! We live in downtown Chicago and do not own a car. We usually use public transportation but, occasionally it’s easier to take a cab (e.g. when going to the airport with all the luggage). I have looked EVERYWHERE for a “portable” car seat. Sunshine kids was just too heavy and did not fold small enough and our Safety 1st Tote n’ Go (a backboard with a 5 point harness) was difficult to install, our son sat on an angle even when installed properly and overall it did not seem safe. I was a bit skeptical about this product – it was a bit pricey for something we will probably only use once a month or so but, my son’s safety is priceless. I read the all the reviews I could find and called Safety 1st for more information on installation. I was sold when a NYC woman wrote about installing the seat in less than 90 seconds in cabs; time is precious when you are getting in and out of cabs and horns are honking at you.

    The bag is fairly large (think bowling bag) but, there is a shoulder strap on the bag that does not show in the online pictures. The 9lb does not feel like 9lb – far less weight than a Graco infant seat. I’m 5’3″ and it’s easier to carry than my diaper bag over my shoulder. I usually take my Maclaren Quest when we use public transportation or a cab and I am able to hang the bag/booster on my Maclaren handlebars without it getting in the way of walking.

    I read the instruction booklet front to back before our first trip in a cab. WOW! It really does install quickly – try 60 seconds or less! AND it is a very tight fit even using a lap belt. The main reason it is such an easy install is because the seat back is soft and folded down when you are installing the seat – you have more visibility to what you are doing and accessibility to the seat belt. After you have a tight fit you secure the back using the top tether. I found most Chicago cabs have the top tether anchor – even the cabs that look older. Every cab is different so to be able to install in such little time is amazing. I also feel this car seat is definitely safe enough to use when we travel and rent a car.

    The only thing I wish this product had is backpack straps on the bag but, it’s a minor gripe. This is a must-have if you live in a large city where you take cabs. If you own a car and are just looking for an everyday car seat – this is probably not for you. The child sits very upright and will have no place to sleep – I’d purchase another 5 point harness booster or car seat if I owned a car.

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  3. NHLer81 says:

    This car seat does not look safe.

  4. jsrcamp says:

    pretty cool this is like the seats that they have on the preschool bus that is perfect for them=)

  5. chisaoboy says:

    You’re very enthusiastic! Unfortunately, this thing is little more than a seat belt. The seat offers little to NO protection for the child. You can fold the sides with 2 fingers. Why don’t you address this issue, which is more important than comfort alone.

  6. Kristen Seguin says:

    Just take it to the dealer and they will add a top anchor for you for free. I had them added to my older vehicle. Some dealers aren’t aware that they offer them free, and may try and charge you. Feel free to contact me if you need help and want the info from the manufacturers stating the billing codes so the dealers will know how to bill the company for the top tether.

  7. jsrcamp says:

    my car is a 1996 and DOSE NOT have a tether at all. but I just make sure my 2 little girls are in their seat good and tight, my one DD is 20months and still sitting Rear Facing and my 5 year old daughter is 62lbs and still 5 point harnessed in the Graco Natulis and loves it=) and the chest clip is at arm pit level and if it is not my daughter flips out lol

  8. Kristen Seguin says:

    Right, I know what LATCH stands for, but it appeared she was saying that some cars don’t have a Tether … which would not really be the case … since the late 90′s all cars have had TETHER anchors – I don’t recall which year. I know Honda’s have had them since the early 90′s. It would be rare to not have a tether anchor… and if someone really wanted that seat it is easy to get one or more installed. And, I doubt there are too many pre-2000 taxis around when using one of those.

  9. KatMomof3 says:

    oh… and LATCh stands for Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children… even though the US only requires two full sets of if and a total of 3 top tethers in a vehicle.



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