Nania R-WAY SP review
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- High back booster (Group 2/3)
- Not extended rear-facing
The Nania R-way SP is a Group 2/3 forward-facing booster seat with integral back-rest designed for children weighing 15-36kg (about four to 12 years old). It uses the three-point adult seatbelt to secure both the seat and the child. Read the full review and watch the video to find out how it fared in the Which? tests.
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- Direction of travelForward-facing
- Manufacturer URLwww.nania.com
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