Over 50$ to Canada
Over 50$ to Canada
After research everywhere online, I couldnt find any single review about this Rodi Sport booster seat, but I took a chance to buy 'cuz it can recline, looks slim and I like the color. Im super happy with this booster seat, the color is perfect with my car's interior color. The cushion is soft and my son said it's very comfortable. As you can see in the pics, it doesnt take much space in the 2nd row, very compact and lightweight, no more bulky baby car seat. Plus it's detachable to use for later age. Hopefully this review can help others to decide. Very recommended!
I bought one of each of the Maxi Cosi belt-positioning boosters for my tall five-year-old. This one fits in my tricky Camry (weird headrests in that car), and my son finds it very comfortable. It also feels sturdier than the Rodifix for some reason, and it is more supportive for his long legs.
I was looking for a seat that was light and easy to transfer from one car to another, The quality is great. It feels very secure which i was worried about when transitioning from a 5 point harness to a booster. I am impressed with the overall comfort of this as well, so far no complaints.
We have quite a few different booster seats for our 6 year old since he transitioned out of the 5-point harness. We have them ranging from backless booster up through a 4-ever that range between $20 and $400 in various sized vehicles from a mini van to a little Mazda 3. This seat is great. It fits well in all of them and holds my son in safely and securely and the belt positioning built-in is much safer than the little cheap clip that gets added on afterwards that does not work well from some of the cheaper seats.
My six year old is on the small side and he LOVES this seat. He said it's very comfortable and it looks great in the car. Very nice quality, we are so excited about this seat for him.