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Graco Affix Highback Booster Car Seat with ISOCatch - Group 2/3 (4 to 12 years / 15-36 kg) - £39.99 @ Amazon
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Graco Affix Highback Booster Car Seat with ISOCatch - Group 2/3 (4 to 12 years / 15-36 kg) - £39.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 23rd Feb

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The Graco affix is a highback booster suitable for children from 15-36 kg (approx. 4 to 12 years) and features safety surround side impact protection providing ultimate protection for your growing child. One-hand, front adjustable ISO catch connectors keep the highback booster secure to the vehicle seat. It is designed to ensure your little one travels in comfort and features built in armrests, a comfy padded seat and adjustable headrest. Graco affix also provides a handy cup holder for the child’s bottle and a pull out storage tray. For convenience, all fabrics are machine washable and can be wiped over with a cloth. Item dimensions: 64 x 42 x 27 cm; item weight 4,5 kg. For children 3 to 10 years old highback mode weight: 30-100 lb Height: 38-57 Inches Backless Mode Weight: 40-100 lb Height: 40-57 Inches stop using this car seat and throw it away 10 years after the date of manufacture.
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jonobigblind23/02/2020 16:45

Great seat. My 6 year old has been in it for about 2 years so far and it …Great seat. My 6 year old has been in it for about 2 years so far and it seems comfortable enough for her. Bit of a pain getting her plugged into the other half’s Mini Cooper due to the recessed seat belt buckles but worked fine in my Jag and Porsche. Like how it can grow with the little one and great price for this so heat given.


Yeah we had the same issue, was a pain in the wife's Veyron but it's actually really well suited to my Zonda.
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Best price for an isofix booster in a long while
Great seat. My 6 year old has been in it for about 2 years so far and it seems comfortable enough for her.

Bit of a pain getting her plugged into the other half’s Mini Cooper due to the recessed seat belt buckles but worked fine in my Jag and Porsche.

Like how it can grow with the little one and great price for this so heat given.
slightperil23/02/2020 16:33

Best price for an isofix booster in a long while


It's not isofix it's iso fit, it has straps and a clip rather then metal bars. Does the same job, just a little more fiddly to fit. But much lighter to move between cars.
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Anyone know if which? Have tested this? The ADAC haven't yet. The cheap Graco booster scored badly in the crash tests but this one looks to have better sides and head protection.
jdRiggs23/02/2020 16:48

It's not isofix it's iso fit, it has straps and a clip rather then metal …It's not isofix it's iso fit, it has straps and a clip rather then metal bars. Does the same job, just a little more fiddly to fit. But much lighter to move between cars.[Image]


Does that mean you don’t need a base?
Honestly cheapo car safety seats are the last thing you want for your kids.
DonDraper23/02/2020 17:15

Honestly cheapo car safety seats are the last thing you want for your kids.



I was going to go with Polio tbh
jonobigblind23/02/2020 16:45

Great seat. My 6 year old has been in it for about 2 years so far and it …Great seat. My 6 year old has been in it for about 2 years so far and it seems comfortable enough for her. Bit of a pain getting her plugged into the other half’s Mini Cooper due to the recessed seat belt buckles but worked fine in my Jag and Porsche. Like how it can grow with the little one and great price for this so heat given.


I had this issue until we bought these seat buckle extenders ,
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jonobigblind23/02/2020 16:45

Great seat. My 6 year old has been in it for about 2 years so far and it …Great seat. My 6 year old has been in it for about 2 years so far and it seems comfortable enough for her. Bit of a pain getting her plugged into the other half’s Mini Cooper due to the recessed seat belt buckles but worked fine in my Jag and Porsche. Like how it can grow with the little one and great price for this so heat given.


Yeah we had the same issue, was a pain in the wife's Veyron but it's actually really well suited to my Zonda.
Rusty8223/02/2020 19:04

Yeah we had the same issue, was a pain in the wife's Veyron but it's …Yeah we had the same issue, was a pain in the wife's Veyron but it's actually really well suited to my Zonda.


Stick with cars with isofix points to be on the safe side dude...
dave.williams6wQ23/02/2020 18:38

I had this issue until we bought these seat buckle extenders ,[Image]


Cracking find, I’ll pick up a set now. Cheers for the nod!
pinacolada12323/02/2020 17:10

Does that mean you don’t need a base?


Yep, no base required but you might want to get a seat protector if you’ve got leather upholstery to help protect against the plastic digging in and permanently marking the seats. About £16 from Amazon for a decent enough one with padding.
dave.williams6wQ23/02/2020 18:38

I had this issue until we bought these seat buckle extenders ,[Image]


Same here... didn't know of the existence of these ones but I'll look for a set myself right now! Thanks a lot
Looking for a seat for my two year old, will this do if i add somesort of attachment?
S.c.0.TT.y23/02/2020 20:09

Looking for a seat for my two year old, will this do if i add somesort of …Looking for a seat for my two year old, will this do if i add somesort of attachment?


For a 2 year old I would look for a 1/2/3 car seat, this one wouldn't be safe even with any kind of attachment until 4 year of age of 15kg.
dave.williams6wQ23/02/2020 18:38

I had this issue until we bought these seat buckle extenders ,[Image]


That's what I love about this site and the users ,,your so helpful .
Most people will know about these now because of your comments.
Many thanks
pinacolada12323/02/2020 17:10

Does that mean you don’t need a base?


None of the seats for age 4+ have bases as far as I know. Some have retractable isofix arms at the rear of the seat, but they are attached to the seat itself not a separate base. Isofix is only used in a booster to keep the seat in place when it isn't in use and it keeps it from sliding over a bit, in the way of the buckle when the child climbs into it, but in a crash it's the adult seat belt that holds the child and the seat in place. Isofix will only hold to 18kg
S.c.0.TT.y23/02/2020 20:09

Looking for a seat for my two year old, will this do if i add somesort of …Looking for a seat for my two year old, will this do if i add somesort of attachment?


The only 123 seats to score well in the ADAC independent crash tests are the cybex impact sheild ones and the Joie sheild ones. The harnessed 123 ones tend to score poorly. Unless your two year old is exceptionally tall though you should get at least another year out of any group 1 seat if you have one. There is a Joie elevate 123 harnessed seat that has multiple harness heights (not 3 like most to do from 12 months to 6 years ) it also has the tension lock for the adult belt to keep it securely in place. Most cheap ones don't. Oh has side impact protection too. Looks good, won't recline though. ADAC haven't tested it yet as far as I know. Not sure if which? Have. It has a lot of features for the price.
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jonobigblind23/02/2020 19:44

Stick with cars with isofix points to be on the safe side dude...


It is the shape and angle of the cars own seats that determine how good a fit / match the car and the car seat are. The isofix doesn't impact that. On these it's the seat belt that secures the child not the harness so there is no fitting of the seat itself. Like there is for harnessed ones which can be confusing, hence isofix is good for harnessed seats.
Rusty8223/02/2020 19:04

Yeah we had the same issue, was a pain in the wife's Veyron but it's …Yeah we had the same issue, was a pain in the wife's Veyron but it's actually really well suited to my Zonda.


Have found cybex boosters good on bucket seats as they have a rounded back. Might be worth getting Halfords to sit one in to see.
jdRiggs23/02/2020 21:49

The only 123 seats to score well in the ADAC independent crash tests are …The only 123 seats to score well in the ADAC independent crash tests are the cybex impact sheild ones and the Joie sheild ones. The harnessed 123 ones tend to score poorly. Unless your two year old is exceptionally tall though you should get at least another year out of any group 1 seat if you have one. There is a Joie elevate 123 harnessed seat that has multiple harness heights (not 3 like most to do from 12 months to 6 years ) it also has the tension lock for the adult belt to keep it securely in place. Most cheap ones don't. Oh has side impact protection too. Looks good, won't recline though. ADAC haven't tested it yet as far as I know. Not sure if which? Have. It has a lot of features for the price.


We plugged the Elevate one in the display seat in John Lewis and it just rolled around all over the place and no way the staff could get it secure...

Trillo shield for us (well recommended in Which) but would have considered others but we particularly needed one that’s light and easy to set up to switch between the nanas cars
49.99 on Amazon
DJ_REXY24/02/2020 10:19

49.99 on Amazon


It was part of "Deal of the day" on Amazon yesterday so now it's gone. I'll mark the post as expired. Thanks
daveateallyourbees23/02/2020 22:06

We plugged the Elevate one in the display seat in John Lewis and it just …We plugged the Elevate one in the display seat in John Lewis and it just rolled around all over the place and no way the staff could get it secure...Trillo shield for us (well recommended in Which) but would have considered others but we particularly needed one that’s light and easy to set up to switch between the nanas cars


The elevate has a locking clip for the shoulder part of the adult belt when used in harnessed mode. Odd that the JL staff couldn't get it secure. The display front seat shouldn't be allowed in shops as people keep forgetting their actual car has seats and belt buckles in different shapes & sizes. And it's unlikely you are going to put it in your front seat anyway. They can be a bit misleading!!!
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