|Adjustable Headrest: Yes||Machine Washable: Yes|
|Machine Washable Cover: Yes||Product Type: Booster car seat|
|Color: Pink||Shell Material: Plastic; Metal|
|Number of Items Included: 1||Weight Capacity: Min: 100 Pounds|
|Weight Capacity: Max: 100 Pounds||Lifestage: Kid|
|Optional Car Base: No||Base Included: No|
|Orientation: Forward facing||Headrest: Yes|
|Harness Type: 5 Point||Snack Tray Included: No|
|Side Storage Pockets: No||Removable Seat Cushion: Yes|
|Removable Cover: Yes||Cup Holders Included: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
Questions & Answers
Graco Turbo Highback Belt Positioning Booster Seat
Comfortable Good Rating
Carol from WV– Verified Buyer– Top 50 Reviewer
Purchase it because it is recommended by Consumer Reports and also it is probably the narrowest booster seat out there with good test results. However, this is NOT an appropriate seat for any child below the age of 5-6 regardless of their weight/height.
Shoulder piece is bad
Abby from Exira, IA– Verified Buyer
I would give it 5 stars but the seat belt always come out of the shoulder piece when buckling and unbuckling my daughter. It gets real annoying.
Doesnt Fit All The Way Back...
Sue from Washington– Verified Buyer
The seat itself is really good and it works well, the only problem to be aware of is that if your car has a headrest that protrudes out at all, this seat won't fit all the way back. It tilts forward a little bit making it uncomfortable for the child. Other than that it's fine.
Doesnt detach easily
Janiece from Georgia– Verified Buyer
I like the quality of the carseat but it doesn't detach easy from the base. Or go back in easy as well.
Robert from Los Angeles, CA– Verified Buyer– Top 50 Reviewer
this is a great booster for a little girl, it looks great and has great features a rela good value too
Anonymous from California– Verified Buyer
From then on, whatever category it entered, Graco set the standard: the firm's Pack N' Play Portable Playards, designed by Nate Saint, the son of the Swyngomatic's inventor, was introduced in 1987, and achieved the same kind of success as Graco's wind-up swings. The Pack N' Play is now found in millions of homes across North America. Graco raised the bar further when it introduced the Travel System, the first product that allowed you to quickly click a car seat into and out of a stroller, making life easier for mom and dad by allowing them to move a sleeping infant from house to automobile to stroller without waking the little one up.
Today, Graco continues its tradition of innovation, with products like the aluminum-framed Quattro Tour stroller and the Pack 'n Play SPORT which is the perfect choice for families who enjoy outdoor fun. In 1998, Graco proudly acquired Century Car Seats, combining two of the most respected brand names in baby products, and leading to innovative products like the TurboBooster youth booster car seat.
Today, Graco is a Newell Rubbermaid company, with 1500 associates worldwide. While a half-century has brought many changes to Graco, the dedication and commitment to designing and manufacturing top-quality products that inspire parents and babies alike.