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patrick1776

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http://www.amazon.com/Britax-Fronti...24364371&sr=1-10&keywords=FRONTIER+CLICKTIGHT

I know it has been discussed before, but not recently so I'll start a new thread. Does anyone have a car seat, and especially this one (the new version of the frontier 90 by britax)?

The cost is ridiculous for a novelty product, but as a smaller adult it is very tempting to want to try one of these things out. 5 point harness for kids up to 90 lbs and 58 inches tall, booster seat for 120 lbs and 62 inches tall. It seams almost big enough for an adult.
 

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That sure does look like a tidy ride. Arm rests, drink holders, I bet it even has USB ports lol.
 

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I have this Britax Frontier 90 in onyx. Being approximately 64 inches tall, I'm a bit too big for it, so I had to loosen the belt past the normal adjusting point. Also, when I sit in it, my shoulders bunch up against the sidewalls. It's definitely not something that I would actually use on the road. I just sit in it when I'm in the mood at home.
 

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Columbia Medical Spirit APS carseat image.jpg with image.jpg seat depth extension, image.jpg extra viscoelastic foam padding, & image.jpg buckle guard, would be a dream, for those who want a carseat. Up to 5'6" 130 lbs. Make sure to get 2 tethers! If your vehicle was made before 2002, you'll need a bolt-on tether. The extra viscoelastic foam padding & bolt-on tether are available at http://www.especialneeds.com, An IC cover is also available from http://www.columbiamedical.com The seat, seat depth extension, & buckle guard can either be bought from especialneeds, or adaptive mall.
 

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The Columbia Medical Spirit APS with seat extender is what we have installed in the backseat of my mommy's car. I installed a bolt-on tether anchor rated for up to 160lbs. The installation is very secure and the seat is plenty comfortable (I'm just shy of 5'4") for short and long car trips.
 
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