Joie Trillo LX review
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- Group 2/3 High-back booster
The Joie Trillo LX high-backed booster car seat is designed for children from four to 12 years old, or 15-36kg. It's installed using the seat belt, and Isofit connectors help keep the seat in place when it isn't in use. The LX features 'head-to-hips side-impact protection' plus air pockets for 'extra protection'. Do they work? Our specially designed side-impact crash tests put them to the test. Read our review to find out how this Joie high-backed booster did.What's included:
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- What is it?
- How safe is it?
- Is it easy to fit the seat?
- Is the seat comfortable?
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