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travelling with a Booster seat

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[OP]
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Dec 27, 2005
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Toronto, ON

travelling with a Booster seat

Hello All,

We are travelling to London in March and taking our booster seat for our son.

I was wondering if its part of the luggage ?

We usually check in the stroller at the gate -- not sure if we can check in both or the seat should be at the counter
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Dec 12, 2005
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Richmond
If you do not want to lug around a big booster seat, look into miFold from Canadian Tire.
[OP]
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Dec 27, 2005
603 posts
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Toronto, ON
Mifold looks pretty good any reviews here
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paf wrote: Mifold looks pretty good any reviews here
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RFD really isn’t a Review Website.

Cdn Tire allows for Customer Reviews (both good & bad) so that’s probably your best spot for info... just find the item then scroll down past the pic, price, details & specs to the Reviews & Questions Section

As of right now there are 9 Reviews... all appear very positive for an overall 4.6 out of 5 Stars Rating
[OP]
Sr. Member
Dec 27, 2005
603 posts
121 upvotes
Toronto, ON
I know is its not a review site but was looking more for experiences here .
PointsHubby wrote: RFD really isn’t a Review Website.

Cdn Tire allows for Customer Reviews (both good & bad) so that’s probably your best spot for info... just find the item then scroll down past the pic, price, details & specs to the Reviews & Questions Section

As of right now there are 9 Reviews... all appear very positive for an overall 4.6 out of 5 Stars Rating
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You would check it with normal luggage, or he can sit on it on the plane. Carseats/boosters are free.

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