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(Only R44.04 seats are included within this selector. For i-Size seat advice click here)

Group 2 3Used in either the front or rear of your car, a forward-facing booster and backrest seat lifts your child so that an adult seatbelt can be used and positioned correctly. Booster seats are fitted with slots to guide the adult seatbelt around your child, and also provide head, neck and side impact protection. They should only be used with a lap-and-diagonal seatbelt, even if secured by ISOfix.

What’s it like?

  • A booster with a back rest to help guide the chest belt correctly
  • Most have deep, padded side wings to offer head and torso support, as well as side impact protection
  • ISOfix or non ISOfix option available (seat belt must still be used with ISOfix seats)

Who’s it for?

  • Weight: 15kg/33lb – 36kg/80lb
  • Height: 135cm/4’5’’ or 12 years old
  • Age: Approx 4 years – 12 years

Top Tip!

Boosters may be used up to 150cm/4’9’’ if needed!*

*providing the child still fits safely in the seat.

Always opt for a high back booster over a booster cushion – booster cushions do not offer any torso support or provide side impact protection.


NEVER put a rear facing child seat on a seat with an active frontal airbag.  For front facing child seats, consult your vehicle handbook for manufacturer advice on airbag activation and seat positioning. Good Egg Safety recommends that children travel in the rear of the vehicle.

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