Car Seat: Safety 1St Go Hybrid?

Updated on February 12, 2013
J.S. asks from Kalamazoo, MI
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Does anyone have this harness booster seat? I'm looking at it as an option, but it isn't listed on the NHTSA latest safety ratings...

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answers from Los Angeles on

If it's not listed in the safety ratings, I probably wouldn't do it. We are very happy with our Britax Frontier. We also really like the Graco Nautilus, but the Britax is a little better. Both are five point harnessed seats that convert to both a high back and a low back booster.

My son is 5.5 years old and approximately 46" and 48 lbs. He sits in it harnessed.



answers from Oklahoma City on

What harness booster seat?



answers from Detroit on

We did. It's a fine harnessed seat. Just, it has no side-impact protection in the way of steel, plastic, foam, etc. Requires a top tether, too. So you'd need to have that.

Nothing wrong with it, but see if it's for you.



answers from Allentown on

Never heard of it, but I would go with something that has at least been tested and rated. We use Britax frontiers and I love them. Both my kids can buckle the 5 point harnesses themselves now and they will stay in a 5 point until they outgrow it, and I love that they will be safer. Sorry no advice on that one, but britax are rated well for safety, which is why I went with them. My kids are 5 and 7. Good luck!

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