I love Britax!!
Britax is the only brand I trust when it comes to my 3 lil munchkins!! I absolutely love this seat. My little boy says it's super comfy and I am impressed with its comfort, quality, looks and most of all its safety ratings. Thank you snugglebugz for carrying these quality seats. :)
(Posted on 14-12-19)
I really like this seat, but I do have some problems for the price.
When moving the seat, the two parts come apart (most people assume it's all attached) so the seat hits the ground!
My daughters legs keep falling asleep in it. So it may need more cushion.
Also, the seat belt is tough to pull through, so she's frequently locking the seat belt, so it has to be taken apart and re-threaded.
None of these are a big deal and it's such a great seat otherwise.
(Posted on 14-10-21)
Purchased this for my 3.5 yr old son. Works great and he loves it!
(Posted on 14-10-21)
Britax SGL Booster-Safest Choice
We have twins and when it was time to transition from their car seats I began researching booster seats. I was shocked to discover that the Britax (SGL) Booster was the only booster with the anti-submarining feature. I ordered from Snugglebugz and shipping was extremely quick and free! Installation takes 3 seconds and we have been using these boosters for 2 years. I love them and my twins love them and I highly recommend them. There is no other booster seat that I would consider. They are also lightweight and easy to remove and reinstall, unlike carseats! While a bit more pricey than other booster seats this booster provides kids with the best protection in the event of an accident and a bit more peace of mind.
(Posted on 13-10-26)
Good for a backless booster
This was our first booster seat purchase for our daughter. We felt the booster with the back would be safer, and I liked the side impact protection and the fact that it attaches to the seat and won't become a projectile in a crash. The seatbelt seems to be easily twisted in the shoulder guide however, and I find it takes more effort to buckle her into this system than it did the car seat. In this aspect, a backless booster might have been more convenient.
(Posted on 13-10-07)