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    Britax Parkway Slide Guard - Automated Feed from the Official Car-Seat.Org Blog!

      Britax is back on the market with a dedicated belt positioning booster, the Britax Parkway Slide Guard.  From the first pictures, it doesn’t look all that exciting, I hate to admit.   But I’ve bought one or two of their original ‘boring’ seats and have been happy with them, so I won’t judge a book [...]




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    Re: Britax Parkway Slide Guard - Automated Feed from the Official Car-Seat.Org Blog!

    ACK! Another seat to consider when Nadia's Marathon expires this fall!
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    Re: Britax Parkway Slide Guard - Automated Feed from the Official Car-Seat.Org Blog!

    Ah ha! Slide Guard = Anti-Submarine Clip!!!

    Lisa
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    Re: Britax Parkway Slide Guard - Automated Feed from the Official Car-Seat.Org Blog!

    is it me, or do the side wings look a bit shallower than the old PW?
    Wonder what other fabric patterns they'll be selling. Right now the selection looks like what we were expecting for the My Ride - various shades of gray and tan.
    Elaine
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    and comfy chair to Lily Cat (no car seats but will use a kitty harness for walks)

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    Re: Britax Parkway Slide Guard - Automated Feed from the Official Car-Seat.Org Blog!

    Oh man, I may have to seriously consider this seat, especially if it is deeper than the original Parkway. Dh might freak, though.

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    Re: Britax Parkway Slide Guard - Automated Feed from the Official Car-Seat.Org Blog!

    On the amazon site - under Product Description - it says "A removable backrest" - do you think britax is entering the backless booster world? Or do you think it's just removable meaning you can take it off for storage/travel?
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    Re: Britax Parkway Slide Guard - Automated Feed from the Official Car-Seat.Org Blog!

    Quote Originally Posted by capeKO71 View Post
    On the amazon site - under Product Description - it says "A removable backrest" - do you think britax is entering the backless booster world? Or do you think it's just removable meaning you can take it off for storage/travel?
    I was told by customer service when calling about my broken parkway that the new one was able to be used backless... this isn't britax's first backless though.
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    Re: Britax Parkway Slide Guard - Automated Feed from the Official Car-Seat.Org Blog!

    I don't know...it looks like a turbobooster to me with a Britax label. I wish they would have left the design of the seat alone but added the slide guard and latch.
    Another thought; who (as in what groups of kids) is going to benefit the most from this guard?
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    Re: Britax Parkway Slide Guard - Automated Feed from the Official Car-Seat.Org Blog!

    Quote Originally Posted by Thanksgiving_Twins_Mom View Post
    is it me, or do the side wings look a bit shallower than the old PW?
    Agree, don't look very deep.

    And, is that MESH again?!?!?! Come on, stop with the stupid mesh!!

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    Re: Britax Parkway Slide Guard - Automated Feed from the Official Car-Seat.Org Blog!

    Quote Originally Posted by firemomof3 View Post
    I don't know...it looks like a turbobooster to me with a Britax label. I wish they would have left the design of the seat alone but added the slide guard and latch.
    Another thought; who (as in what groups of kids) is going to benefit the most from this guard?
    Smaller/lighter kids.
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