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Baby Products » Baby Products | Car Seats » Safety 1st ? Apex 65 Booster Car Seat - Lamont
Safety 1st Apex 65 Booster Car Seat - Lamont

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Safety 1st Apex 65 Booster Car Seat - Lamont
[22535LMT]

Your child will sink right in to our Apex™ 65 Booster Car Seat. Featuring extra deep sides for superior support and comfort and padded armrests, your child will think he’s king of the road!

• Forward-facing 22-65 lbs and belt-positioning booster 40-100 lbs

• 5-point harness system can be used up to 65 lbs

• EPP energy absorbing foam

• 4 harness heights

• 3-position adjustable headrest for children up to 57” in height

• 3 buckle locations

• Extra-deep sides for comfort and support

• Removable harness pads

• Removable toddler insert for added comfort

• Padded armrests

• Up-front harness adjustment

• Detachable cup holder

• LATCH equipped for easy installation



$132.95 $119.66
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 11 February, 2009.

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