REVIEW – mifold Grab-and-Go booster seat

by Valerie, Mom Knows It All

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Mom Knows It All Review - mifold Grab-and-Go booster seat

It’s that time of year again… time for the kids to head back to school! What that means is that carpools will be set up and field trips planned. Kids need booster seats in all cars they go in but your carpool may not have one or want a big booster in their car. There is now a solution that is both safe, convenient, and space-saving (10x smaller than a regular booster seat)! It’s the mifold booster seat!

Mom Knows It All Review - mifold Grab-and-Go booster seat

The mifold Grab-and-Go booster seat is amazing! We received one a few weeks ago and have been using it as the sole booster seat for Joley since then. My first impression was that the small size was perfect! It can fold up so small that it can fit into a backpack or glove compartment. Now when Joley needs a ride in someone’s car for school or a field trip, she can be safely transported with the mifold Grab-and-Go booster seat.

Mom Knows It All Review - mifold Grab-and-Go booster seat

Using the mifold Grab-and-Go booster seat is simple. It features 3 seatbelt clips, two on both sides of the hips, and one on the shoulder. It opens up and has 3 settings at the hip for your child to fit well. There are little tabs on the bottom that you use to adjust the sides to fit your child’s hips. The sides should not touch your child’s thighs. We found it both easy to adjust and a good fit for Joley. After getting the right fit, you simply put it in the car. Attach the clip on the attached strap onto the seat belt. When you pull the seat belt across the child’s body, you will put the belt into the clips on the booster seat.

Joley says that the booster seat is comfortable and is very happy with it. I love that it is such a convenient way to keep her safe. Did you know that even law enforcement uses the mifold Grab-and-Go booster seat to keep kids safe that are in their care? If law enforcement thinks it is safe, that is a good sign to me! But, even better, it meets or exceeds the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards in crash tests!

Mom Knows It All Review - mifold Grab-and-Go booster seat

Where else may this booster seat be used? Think about when they go with grandparents, on vacation, in rental cars, and taxis. With it’s small size when folded, it is easy to carry and can even fit in carry-on luggage! Plus, we had issues with my very small car being able to fit all 3 kids in the backseat with two large booster seats. With this booster seat, they all fit and Joley can be kept safe!

The mifold Grab-and-Go booster seat comes in 6 colors and is appropriate for kids aged 4 to 12. It fits children 40-57 inches tall. The price is $49.99. It is available online at www.mifold.com and www.Amazon.com. Be sure to grab one so your child can always be protected, no matter whose car they are in!

You can learn more about mifold and make a purchase on the mifold website. You can also keep up with mifold on social media, on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

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10 comments

pat.navymom August 15, 2017 - 7:02 am

Sounds like a great idea for a shower gift. Everyone thinks tiny but in months kids grow and once outwqeight or age for car seats in this mobile world easy travel is a must.

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Brandy August 15, 2017 - 11:20 am

The milford grab and go booster seat would have been perfect while raising my kiddos. The oldest had to be shared and still is shared with her father, co-parenting a toddler or child in a booster or seat like that is no easy feat, but this would have made transitions a little easier!

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Nellwyn August 15, 2017 - 1:29 pm

This looks so convenient and it’s great to know that law enforcement even uses it. I’ll have to suggest this to my friends with kids.

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Heather Johnson August 15, 2017 - 1:40 pm

I love convenient booster seat options. My kids are still too little and neat car seats, but the mifold booster seat sounds like a great option down the road!

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Emily S. August 15, 2017 - 7:38 pm

This is such a great booster seat, super convenient and easy to use for traveling as well.

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hey sharonoox August 16, 2017 - 10:40 am

This looks like an easy and convenient way to travel in the car. Love the cute and compact design.

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Jolleen August 16, 2017 - 5:10 pm

This looks super cute! My two youngest are still in booster seats/ car seats, so I might have to try this out! And I love how easy it looks to use! Usually they are so complicated!

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Tiffany VanSickle August 16, 2017 - 5:56 pm

This seems like a wonderful booster seat! I love that it’s no so bulky!

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Melanie Burbage ( Payne) August 16, 2017 - 9:37 pm

Never heard of this before, very interesting. I’ve got three kids in boosters and they are so bulky and expensive and hard to install. I’ll have to look into this!

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Carrie@thelavenderhytta August 18, 2017 - 5:31 am

I love how small it is and how convenient it is. I would definitely want one of these for our son because he often jumps from car to car. Our car has a built in booster seat but the grandparents car don’t so it could be easy for them to use.

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