Monterey Booster Car Seat - Pink
When your child is ready to graduate to a booster, the high-back Monterey lets you make the transition with safety and comfort. The... Read More
When your child is ready to graduate to a booster, the high-back Monterey lets you make the transition with safety and comfort. The adjustable design accommodates a growing child up to 120 lbs and 63? tall. Deep, reinforced sides are lined with energy-absorbing EPS foam for side-impact protection. Easily increase the width of the expandable seatback to fit a child?s shoulders up to 20? wide, and adjust the 11-position headrest for a comfortable, custom fit. Optional use of the integrated LATCH connectors allow for a safe and secure installation in seconds. The reinforced seat bottom has extra length for leg support and features thick, AirTek™ foam and tapered sides for total comfort. Dual cup holders are extra-deep and angled to keep drinks upright. Monterey packs flat for travel and storage and can also be used as a backless booster. Minimize
Product Review Summary
4 Reviews from Epinions.com
Sep 22, 2009
Sturdy Booster with GREAT side impact protection
Pros: side impact protection, sturdy, LATCHable, comfortable, adjustable width
Cons: small/awkward belt guide, costly, heavy
BUY IT! it's a GREAT booster for your Big kid! You will not be dissapointed Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 9, 2010
Sunshine Kids Monterey Booster: great seat for big kids that still need a boost.
Pros: high weight limit, cupholders, LATCHable, easy to install and use
Cons: More expensive than some other boosters, but totally worth it.
This seat is easy to use and grows with your child. I would definitely recommend this for any child that is ready for a booster. Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 15, 2009
Tall, Versatile Booster for your growing Big Kid
Pros: Versatile, tall, wide, great for growing kids, and latch-compatible
Cons: won't fit small kids or small cars.
I recommend this booster for kids 48" and bigger to last them until they are ready for a seatbelt. Read More at Epinions.com