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    I've just purchased a couple of mothercare group 2/3 car seats.
    It works fine in my wife's focus, but in the E91, the seatbelt gets jammed in the belt guide, I think due to the angles.
    Can anyone recommend a seat which works properly? Ideally isofix.
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    Maxi cosi with a Isofix familyfix are a good fit and are fairly cheap on eBay


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    Most manufacturers websites will let you know which of their car seats are compatible with your car.

    I've recently purchased the Besafe Izi Up X3 fix (or something like that!) for a stage 2/3 and am pleased with it.
     
     

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    Just to close this out, I went to Mothercare and started trying them in the car. Mothercare don't routinely car fit high back booster seats.
    Mothercare Palma - no good.
    Joie Duallo - no good
    Graco Affix - pretty good. Belt runs reasonably freely, if a little slow. This is what I went for. Maybe not my first choice, but useable. This is isofix straps, so allows a little positional movement to reach the seatbelt buckle, and is reasonably narrow. One of the cup holders is inaccessible due to the ramp of the seat cushion.
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