With a single design change, InfaSecure have made their light weight boosters even better. The versatile is the most aptly named car seat ever; here’s why …
Child restraints can be such as hassle so when InfaSecure launched it’s first lightweight folding booster it was a serious game changer for parents.
I’m a non-driver which means getting my small people (currently 7 months & 3 years) in & out of other people’s cars is the biggest hassle of any car trip. That’s why I can’t wait until they’re old enough to get into one of InfaSecure’s newest light-weight foldable booster seat; the Versatile.
The biggest advantage of InfaSecure’s new Versatile Booster Seat is that it weighs under 2kgs which means it doesn’t need to be tethered. You just place it into the car and use the standard car seat belt to secure your child during their journey.
It’s so easy, it takes more effort to get your Versatile out of the cupboard than it does to install in the car.
If that’s not good enough, InfaSecure have made one small change to the Versatile which could have a big impact for your kids. They’ve raised the back by 4cms which adds up to 3 years extra years use (depending on your child’s size). This is great news for parents who wish to keep their kids in a booster seat for longer.
InfaSecure’s Versatile booster seat is made from injected moulded plastic and features a full backrest and side impact protection. It has also passed the Australian Safety Standards required for all booster seats so there’s no compromise on safety.
The Versatile is suitable for your child from a shoulder height of 39 cms (which is about 4 years – check the shoulder height markers) and is priced at a very reasonable $79.
The Versatile comes in 5 colours including yellow, blue & red and is making it’s way into your local and online InfaSecure stockist now.