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#1 of 6 Old 12-30-2012, 05:47 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Sorry if this is a repeat, but I searched and only found narrow low back boosters-I definitely need the high back!

 

Anyone have recommendations for a narrow HBB?

 

We have 3 across with a RF radian (though I need it to fit FF too, since ds is almost 3 and will probably turn FF in the next year or so) and an 11-year-old in a seatblet.  Ideally would fit in the center seat next to the radian.

 

Any help is appreciated! Thanks!


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How tall is the child?  The Harmony Dreamtime is a fairly narrow highbacked booster, but it isn't terribly tall.


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She is about 47-48" tall, almost 6 years old, so I do want it to last several years still I think-when is the recommended age to switch to a low back booster?  She is quite tall, though she is more leggy than tall in the torso. 

 

Thanks for the rec, I will check that one out!


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Bumping because I need to make a decision and would love any other input :)


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The Graco Turbobooster is the same range as the Raidan width wise with the cupholders tucked in, as is one of the evenflo ones. I was just researching this topic this week.


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Thanks-I just tried both the turbobooster and evenflo amp.  Neither fit well in the middle seat where I was hoping to put it, but either would work outboard with the radian in the middle. 


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