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Child Booster Seats

Recaro Young Style
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This is Recaro's latest belt positioning booster. At $149 is is considerably cheaper than the Start. However, this booster is top quality and compares very favorably to the Britax seats. It is well padded, has EPS foam in the head and shoulder areas. It offers good support and has tested side impact protection. One advantage of the Recaro Young Style over the Britax Parkway is that it when fully extended it doesn't sit as high, so it is less of an obstruction to seeing out of the rear window.

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Sasha at 54 lbs and 51 inches tall is using the second from last height adjustment

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The shoulder belt is well placed on Sasha's shoulder

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The lap belt is well positioned on Sasha's hips

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Toby at 46" tall is using the 2nd lowest backrest height, so he has plenty of growing room

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The Recaro Young Style positions the shoulder belt optimally on Toby's torso

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The lap belt position doesn't look great, but Toby is slouching and twisting in the seat