Portable, Postural Support Seat

GoTo Seat is a lightweight, portable, postural support seat for children with additional needs. GoTo makes daily tasks easier & means kids don’t need to miss out. It’s a little piece of independence that lets kids see the world from a new perspective and feel they’re at the heart of the action. Families worldwide use their GoTo seats in shopping trolleys, swings, planes, trikes, dining tables, cinemas, even dentists and so much more. A GoTo Seat makes daily tasks easier.

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    42 Day Returns

  • 12 Months Warranty

    12 Months Warranty

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You will receive the following items with your GoTo seat...

Size Guide Size 1 Size 2
Age [approx. years] 1 - 3 3 - 8
Maximum User Weight [kgs / lbs] 15 / 33 30 / 66
Seat Depth [mm / "] 175 / 7 244 / 9.5
Seat base to top of headrest Min [mm / "] 380 / 14 510 / 20
Seat base to top of headrest Max [mm / "] 540 / 21 680 / 27
Lateral support width Min [mm / "] 190 / 7.5 210 / 8
Lateral support width Max [mm / "] 260 / 10 300 / 12
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Swipeable table

Size 2 GoTo Seats are too large for shopping carts. If your child is above 13kg/28.5lbs, GoTo cannot be used in a shopping cart.

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  1. Can the GoTo seat be used on airplanes?

    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) deem GoTo Seat to be a carry-on item and as such it falls with individual airlines to approve the use of GoTo on their aircraft; currently, there is no documentation which we can provide to support a request to your own airline.

    We have received a lot of positive feedback from customers saying they have been able to fly with it with many airlines.

    We would advise contacting your airline to double check beforehand. Our advice would be to ask to speak to the airline’s Special Assistance team in plenty of time, sometimes called Medical Team, Medical Bureau etc., and advise them that your child has been prescribed a postural support seat by their doctor, you have a letter indicating this, and you would like to receive confirmation before travelling that there will be no issue turning up with the seat which has its own extension belt to secure it, but still allows the airplane’s normal FAA required seat belt to be used.

    We would also recommend that customers never refer to it as a 'seat' but as a 'postural support seat' as airlines interpret 'seat' as a 'car seat' which requires strict crash testing codes, which a postural seat does not. They may ask for a certain label or code to be on the seat – neither of these are requirements for postural seats. We would consider the postural seat to be similar to a ‘comfort aid’ as mentioned in EasyJet’s web site: “Comfort aids (such as cushions) can be used on board so long as the aircraft seat belt can still be used.”

  2. Are there more GoTo sizes available for older children?

    Currently, we are not running processes for a larger GoTo.

  3. Is there a store or somewhere I can test the product before buying?

    We do not have physical stores, but product specialists may be able to offer trials in some countries or we have a 42 Day return policy