Bubble bum booster seat. I had received the booster seat the other day. My son is eight years old and as much as he wants to not use a booster seat , there are times he needs one. He is old enough and tall enough not to use on but he guidelines. I like him still to use the booster seat.  But, sometimes, he likes to use one. Especially, when he is tired. When he falls asleep in the car without a seat he is very uncomfortable. When we put the bubble bum car seat in he was more comfortable and was able to fall asleep.
The bubble bum car seat comes in different colors. It is rated for ages 4- 11 and from 40 pounds to 100 pounds. The seat meets all us federal motor vehicle safety standards as required by nhtsa. The seat I easy and compact to store. It inflates an deflates easily. It is very easy to clean.
I like the fact that if you have 3 children in one row in the car all with seats. They will fit. The seat comes with a bag to be stored and carried in. No more bulky booster seats. This seat would come in handy when I go on my next cruise. When we get in the taxi or in a rent a car we will have the booster seat. No more worrying about him not having a booster seat. This seat is also great for people who have kids but also use their cars for business to drive to lunch or meetings. Just deflate the booster and store it in the back window. No more bulky seats being put in the trunk. The whole seat weighs approximately 1 pound.


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BubbleBum meets and exceeds all US Federal Motor Vehicle Standards FMVSS213 and the European Regulations EU R44/o4

Every parent wants their child to be safe. Here are some reasons why you should use a booster seat on EVERY journey with your child:

BubbleBum is a Belt Positioning Booster seat for children who meet all of the following criteria:

Children between 40lbs and 100lbs in weight
Children are over the age of 4,
Children can sit for the entire journey without sitting on their knees
A booster seat must ONLY be used with a 3 point seat belt, this is a seat belt which goes across the lap and diagonally across the chest.

It has been proven that children in booster seats have approximately half the injury risk of children without the use of a booster seat, and in seatbelts alone. While head injuries are the most commonly injured body region for all restrained children, abdominal injuries are the second most common injury for belted children as a result of “seat-belt syndrome” injuries. Children who were restrained by booster seats showed a notable absence of abdominal injuries.

Please see our FAQ page for more specific questions. If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to email us on

Remember, your child’s safety is of paramount importance to us. No question is too silly. Our goal is to have ALL children protected!



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