MiFold HiFold Fit and Fold Booster review
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- Group 2/3 High-back booster
The HiFold Fit-and-Fold Booster is an adjustable and collapsible Group 2/3 car seat, from the brand that makes the foldable backless booster seat. It claims to be ‘the world’s most portable high-back booster seat’ as it can quickly fold down to a compact and convenient size for storage, or to take in a bag on holiday with you. Read our full review to see how the HiFold Fit-and-Fold Booster fared in our tests, and whether it scored higher than the MiFold Grab-and Go Car Seat, which was a Don’t Buy when we tested it in 2017.
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- Direction of travelForward facing
- Manufacturer URLHttps://mifold.com/
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