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Joie I-Anchor advance review

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The Joie i-Anchor Advance is an extended rear-facing child car seat, approved to the latest R129 car seat regulations. It's designed for use from birth (40cm) up until your child reaches 105cm in height, or about four years old. It replaces the Joie i-Anchor following some updates. Find out how well this child car seat protects by reading our full review.
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