Britax Römer AdvansaFix III SICT review
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- Group 1/2/3
The AdvansaFix III SICT is the third in a series of AdvansaFix child car seats from Britax. Sadly, there's no option to use the harness with older children, like on the previous models, but it's still a Group 1/2/3 seat. It features the latest Britax SecureGuard safety feature and removable added side impact protection (SICT). But is this car seat the best choice for you? Read our crash tests results and full review to find out.
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