The 5 point harness can only be used till 18kgs when you need to just the adult seat belt. If you child is still under the 18kg weight limit, consider a forward facing seat from Safe n Sound. If they are over the 18kg limit, then some of the dedicated booster seats are equally as safe.
Some organisations will tell you that the convertible Boosters are not the way to go as they invariably compromise on safety and features, however firstly considering that the latest report from NRMA and RACV is from December 2007; then the information at hand to the NRMA and RACV is somewhat out of date and does not include the maxi rider mk II car seat from safe n sound.
The Maxi Rider Mk II or the Maxi Rider AHR (Advanced Head Restraint), both with significant changes over the original Maxi Rider. The Maxi Rider Mk II has an extra clip which means that you can have both the H harness (or protecta harness) and the seat tethered to the anchor bolt, as well as excellent side wing protection which means less head trauma in the event of an accident.
The Maxi Rider features new and improved cushioning for supreme comfort , a tether strap to attach to your cars anchor point, contoured side wings for valuable side impact collision a recline mechanism with a built in head pillow and will elevate your child for a better view and the correct use of the seat belt
Other features include
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