Boosters w/ LATCH?

MomToMyMonkeys

New member
We just bought a new Odyssey, and it has leather seats. Our booster seats in the 3rd row are sliding all over the place.

What high back boosters are there that can latch in so they don't slide?
 
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xursusmaritimusx

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Quick question? Are they sliding around while not being used? Because one very simple solution is to belt them in with the seat belt as this is the recommendation for boosters not in use. Keeps them from becoming a projectile.
 

Kat_Momof3

New member
clek oobr, britax parkway sgl, compas b570, Diono Monterey, the Kiddy Cruiserfix Pro, Graco Nautilus, Britax Frontier (I hope I didn't forget any... lol)

Graco is coming out with a latchable booster, but we dont' know when it will hit the market.
 

MomToMyMonkeys

New member
Quick question? Are they sliding around while not being used? Because one very simple solution is to belt them in with the seat belt as this is the recommendation for boosters not in use. Keeps them from becoming a projectile.

Yes, they are sliding when not in use, and I am about to have 3 carseats in the 2nd row so climbing in the back to seatbelt them in every time my kids get out is really not practical for me.
 

carseatcoach

Carseat Crankypants
Kids who are developmentally ready to use boosters are also ready to buckle them back in themselves, perhaps with a few reminders. :)
 

MomToMyMonkeys

New member
Ok, another question. I may at some point need to do 3 across in that 3rd row. Which of these are the thinnest and would play well with either a Radian 80, a Marathon, or a Cocorro?

Would a backless booster be better for 3 across purposes? And if so, which of THOSE have LATCH capabilities?

And yes, they *should* be able to buckle them back in themselves, but I'm not ready to fight that battle in the middle of the car-line drop off at school right now. :eek:
 

Phineasmama

New member
I REALLY love my Cybex X-fix. They are no longer sold in the US, maybe due to poor sales performance? But they are very popular in Europe. I got mine on clearance at a local baby store and it is awesome. I am probably going to have a friend in Germany send me another one once my son is old enough for a booster. There is one for sale in the swap forum right now :)

ETA: My avatar is a pic of my DD riding in the Cybex booster. And it is pretty narrow especially at the bottom, I can get 3 across in my Honda CR-V with it.
 

cryswilkins

New member
Clek is probably the skinniest, but it will be all about trial and error to see what combo puzzles the best.

Sent from my iPhone, please excuse my typos.
 

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