Graco Endure High Back Booster Car Seat with harness, Group 1-2-3, Black £45 Tesco
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Graco Endure High Back Booster Car Seat with harness, Group 1-2-3, Black £45 Tesco

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Found 9th Aug 2017
Found this on the website:

Easily moved from car to car, the Graco Endure Car Seat, Group 1-2-3

grows as your child does. Though lightweight, the Endure car seat has

both padded inserts and side impact protection to make sure your little

one is both comfortable and protected. The 5 point safety harness offers

optimum safety and can be adapted as your child grows, ensuring

continued protection.

The headrest of the Endure car seat

can be easily adjusted one handed while the belt guides and harness

clips means that you can simply and safely fit your child into the seat.

As you adjust the headrest you can make the car seat larger and more

comfortable for your child, making it grow alongside them. For added

convenience, the covers can be removed and machine washed.

Maximum weight capacity 36kg.
Age Range 9 months to 12 years
Minimum Weight Of Child 9 kg
Maximum Weight Of Child 36 kg
Safety Certification R44/04
Harness Type 5-point
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Anyone got an opinion about these (fwd facing type) vs extended rear facing seats?

Just seen lots of publicity recently about using rear facing as long as poss.

My 15mth old is too big to stay rear facing in the std type stay I currently have.
Edited by: "Savaholic" 9th Aug 2017
Front facing at 9 months? No way (skip to 1:28 if you're impatient):


This seat might be fine for a 6 year old though, others I'm sure will comment on that.
Savaholic2 h, 25 m ago

Anyone got an opinion about these (fwd facing type) vs extended rear …Anyone got an opinion about these (fwd facing type) vs extended rear facing seats?Just seen lots of publicity recently about using rear facing as long as poss. My 15mth old is too big to stay rear facing in the std type stay I currently have.


UK is way behind on rear facing, there's no doubt it's safer. Rear facing is also more expensive and typically bulkier, heavier, more awkward and fits fewer cars. I found rear facing problematic as my son grew too tall to comfortably fit his legs in the space given by our Besafe Izi combo.
As above, loads safer to stay rear facing, especially at only 15 months. All 3 of mine happily rear face, with the eldest (just turned 6) actually requesting it when we bought her a new seat recently!
As others have said, rear facing is always the very much safer option, right up to 4 years of age and preferably beyond. I didn't know anything of the safety benefits of bigger rear facing seats when my 11 and 8 year olds were toddlers, however I do now and that is why my 5 year old is rear facing.

A point about these Group 1-2-3 seats which is never made clear in the advertising - you MUST remove the 5-point harness as soon as the child weighs 18kgs and from that point only use the seat as a high backed booster. From reading the description above nowhere does it mention the 18kgs limit on the harness, and in fact this bit "The 5 point safety harness offers optimum safety and can be adapted as your child grows, ensuring continued protection." makes it sound like you can use the harness for as long as you like.

The issue of heavy toddlers is another reason why rear facing seats should be used too - a lot of the rear facing seats have a 25kgs weight limit, if you've got a heavier-than-average toddler who hits 18kgs while they are only 3 or even still 2 years old then any high street shop is just going to tell you to buy them a high backed booster and that isn't safe for them at that age.
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