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Baby Products » Baby Products | Car Seats » Safety 1st ? SummitTM Deluxe High Back Booster Car Seat - Proton
Safety 1st Summit Deluxe High Back Booster Car Seat - Proton

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Safety 1st Summit Deluxe High Back Booster Car Seat - Proton
[22566PRO]
?Harnessed booster 22-40 lbs, belt-positioning booster 40-100 lbs
?QuickFit harness system never needs rethreading
?5-position adjustable shoulder belt guides
?Pivoting armrests
?Removable cup holder
?Easy to use front harness adjuster
?ProTech energy absorbing EPP foam


$110.80 $99.72
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 11 February, 2009.

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