Britax Römer KidFix II XP review
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- Group 2/3 High-back booster
Britax's extensive Kid Family includes the Britax KidFix XP, featuring the XP-pad and the new SecureGuard, which Britax says helps for the best lap belt positioning. It lacks the additional side-impact protection found on its sibling, though. Will this affect the overall safety rating? Which model is best to go for? We compare the two in our full test review.
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- How safe is it?
- Is the seat easy to fit?
- Is there anything else I should know?
- Is there anything else I should watch out for?
- Should I buy it?
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