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Trunki BoostApak Travel Pack Booster Seat (Green) £26.99 @ Amazon

£26.99 @ Amazon
Trunki green booster seat with back pack , was previously shown on BBC The Apprentice programme. RRP £44.99
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Trunki green booster seat with back pack , was previously shown on BBC The Apprentice programme. RRP £44.99
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#1
Amazing product ESP if you are travelling abroad and hiring a car. Will pay for itself in the first trip as car rental booster seats are pricey to hire and appalling quality.
#2
can this be used in australia,they use different laws in regards to car seats,as not able to use car seats from uk in oz,would this be the same
#3
bwatt00
can this be used in australia,they use different laws in regards to car seats,as not able to use car seats from uk in oz,would this be the same
Well I hope so as I've bought one to use over there! oO
#4
but car seats cant be used from uk over there not sure why if different seat belts,or just there laws why would this be ok over there as im planning on moving over there and would not want to get one of these and find its no good
#5
This cannot be used be used in Australia. Child restraints must have the Australian Approved sticker - meet the Australian Standard (AS/NZS 1754 ) - before they are legal. No ISOfix either.
1 Like #6
We have had one of these for nearly 2 years, and it makes going out and about so much easier when you don't drive (No more turning down lifts from friends etc. as no car seat) Interested in the Oz car seat question, as hoping to take on hols later this year
#7
Fab price for this! We have one and it has made our lives so much easier!

Can also buy at Halfords a tiny bit cheaper and also if you want to buy 2 they are doing a deal or if you want to buy window shades.

http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_storeId_10001_catalogId_10151_productId_766339_langId_-1_categoryId_165554
#9
As others have mentioned in the posts above it can be had slightly cheaper, but in my experience of using amazon, their delivery is amazing, if they quote 2days delivery , 9 times out of 10 you get it on time, if not it is 1 day later and not several days later. I'll vote hot based on my experience of amazon, that being said, I have never used bambino or halfords delivery before.
#10
Cold, as above always this price or Less
#11
NewbieLucy
We have had one of these for nearly 2 years, and it makes going out and about so much easier when you don't drive (No more turning down lifts from friends etc. as no car seat) Interested in the Oz car seat question, as hoping to take on hols later this year
Had a quick google, and it appears that sadly, bwatt00 & liveinoz are right, and they can't be used in Oz due to different car seat laws :( Such a pain as a I only bought mine for our trip in a couple of months!

Edited By: chuckiedoll on Jan 06, 2013 12:19
#12
Doh!! Thanks anyway! It is still worth it's weight in gold for us over here though!
#13
Just to add to abv, this was what I found from my research. Not an expert just learning to travel with little ones.

Each state in Aus have different laws but by and large, the main differing requirement is the need for an overhead tether/ anchor point to stop a seat from flying out in the event a car rolls (or something). Apparently because of that, despite lots of appeals locally, the popular Maxi Cosi (to fit many popular travel systems, is not even legal there. That said, I was told that ppl do still use Maxi Cosis. So do it at your own risk. Not sure what people do if they take cabs around tho as I would argue that this is better than nought.

If you check each state gov's page, you can find local rental services like either run by the state or their RAC etc if you are there longer term not just hiring a car and a seat with it.
#14
Does anyone know if these can be used in America? Thanks
#15
RBW
Does anyone know if these can be used in America? Thanks
From what I saw, it's ok for the USA hun ;)
#16
Hot because they look brilliant and I would have got one if I didn't have a car, for lifts and taxis etc,
#17
This was reduced to £26.69 today, got one.

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