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[walmart.ca] Graco TurboBooster Highback - $50

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Oct 27, 2014
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Calgary, AB

Graco TurboBooster Highback - $50

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Price:
$50
Savings:
33% off
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walmart.ca
Graco TurboBooster Highback. Typically sold around $75 and up. Now priced at $50.

https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/6000199163 ... e6NUbpObpQ

https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/graco-turb ... e6NUbpObpQ
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Newbie
Feb 5, 2009
50 posts
42 upvotes
This deserves some thanks. Ordered a couple, looking forward to seeing the date on them.
Member
Dec 11, 2013
327 posts
198 upvotes
Victoria
In for 2 also. Missed it on the last sale. Thanks, op!
Jr. Member
Feb 2, 2017
139 posts
31 upvotes
anyone have the link for stockfinder cant find it :-(
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Jun 1, 2011
547 posts
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Ajax
Wish this was the Graco Affix booster seat. From my experience, I would rather have a booster seat that attaches to the car seat with the latch connectors. It just feels more secure
In addition, I have a third row in my SUV and whenever I pull the second row forward, the booster seat slides off. Hope this helps..

I bought the following booster seat (sale price $49.00), which has the latch system. Do note, this one has no high back
https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/graco-turb ... 0200248239
Sr. Member
Oct 24, 2009
880 posts
1238 upvotes
Vancouver
Fatty55 wrote: I'm a fan of this one (booster only) - especially for travelling light: https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/mifold-boo ... 0199051457
If you just care about meeting the regulation to have one for child, yes use this. I've used this whenever I use shared car last year but safety wise, this is almost the same as a cushion or pillow under the child. I am still shocked this thing passed the Canadian regulation.
Jr. Member
Jul 15, 2019
158 posts
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Vancouver, BC
taya1214 wrote: If you just care about meeting the regulation to have one for child, yes use this. I've used this whenever I use shared car last year but safety wise, this is almost the same as a cushion or pillow under the child. I am still shocked this thing passed the Canadian regulation.
Well the important part is the Mifold booster seat is that it pulls the shoulder strap down so it's not across your kid's neck. A cushion or pillow won't do that. But yes, it's really only for travel (like out of town). Definitely not a replacement for an actual booster seat.
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Oct 5, 2008
602 posts
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GTA
taya1214 wrote: If you just care about meeting the regulation to have one for child, yes use this. I've used this whenever I use shared car last year but safety wise, this is almost the same as a cushion or pillow under the child. I am still shocked this thing passed the Canadian regulation.
I think it's just as safe, if you set it up properly. The key factor for safety is that the belt go accross the chest/shoulder, and not the throat. This just comes at it from a different angle, by pulling the strap down instead of boosting the kid up.
Newbie
Feb 5, 2009
50 posts
42 upvotes
vinmatrix wrote: Wish this was the Graco Affix booster seat. From my experience, I would rather have a booster seat that attaches to the car seat with the latch connectors. It just feels more secure
In addition, I have a third row in my SUV and whenever I pull the second row forward, the booster seat slides off. Hope this helps..

I bought the following booster seat (sale price $49.00), which has the latch system. Do note, this one has no high back
https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/graco-turb ... 0200248239
You can always add the latch system and do so for $15.99 - $18.99. You can also find others in the $10 range
https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07HHM ... UTF8&psc=1
Member
May 21, 2012
266 posts
198 upvotes
Burlington
Fatty55 wrote: I think it's just as safe, if you set it up properly. The key factor for safety is that the belt go accross the chest/shoulder, and not the throat. This just comes at it from a different angle, by pulling the strap down instead of boosting the kid up.
The shoulder belt position is important, but the lap belt position is very important in correct seat belt fit. The lap belt should be low on the hips. Typically without a booster, the lap belt is too high on a child. With the mifold, it often ends up too low https://csftl.org/mifold-review/
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Jul 22, 2019
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kavy wrote: You can always add the latch system and do so for $15.99 - $18.99. You can also find others in the $10 range
https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07HHM ... UTF8&psc=1
I wonder if that's the same. I still wouldn't trust "adding" a latch belt. For most people they only buy 2 boosters, I'd just buy one with a latch built in. Peace of mind. Plus Amazon sells a bunch of cheap china crap, so I'd rather buy a car seat thats been tested with a latch (even though the car seat is made in china too yes I know)
Member
Dec 11, 2013
327 posts
198 upvotes
Victoria
I'll be using the latch from another car seat. Even though it's expired, my main goal is to prevent booster movement when kiddo jumps in and out of the car. I missed the Amazon $112 deal on the Turbobooster LX a couple weeks ago.

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