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What make is your childs car seat, little market research to help me make an informed choice!

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LittleMissBliss Sat 05-Jul-08 18:07:37

I'm about to buy a 9 month to 4 years car seat. Our 0+ car seat is a Maxi Cosi. This came as part of a travel system so no real decisions were made.

Please can you just tell me the brand name (maybe model too). Thats all. Thank you!

PictureThis Sat 05-Jul-08 18:09:43

We have a maxi cosi tobi for DD and are very happy with it.

NorthernLurker Sat 05-Jul-08 18:11:24

Britax for us - we've just bought the Duo Plus Isofix for our 14 mth old having had a Britax Cosytot Isofix for 0+

LittleMissBliss Sat 05-Jul-08 18:17:54

thankyou! anymore for anymore?

pootleflump Sat 05-Jul-08 18:20:48

We have Maxi Cosi for stage 2 car seat and have just bought another Maxi Cosi for next stage (booster) seat.

pickie Sat 05-Jul-08 18:22:22

Maxi Cosi stage 2 (annoying straps IMO) and Maxi Cosi boosterseat with back thingie x 2

CutThroatBitchRIP Sat 05-Jul-08 18:24:38

Maxi Cosi Priori XP.
Love it!

DanJARMouse Sat 05-Jul-08 18:29:02

Britax

littlelapin Sat 05-Jul-08 18:29:57

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KashaSarrasin Sat 05-Jul-08 18:55:05

Concorde ultimax - great as it can be used rear-facing till 13kg(?) which is much much safer than forward facing. Very happy with ours.

ChippyMinton Sat 05-Jul-08 19:05:59

Britax every time for my DC

Teaandcake Sat 05-Jul-08 20:00:37

Recaro Young Expert Plus with ISOfix base here.
V happy with it.

andyrobo237 Sat 05-Jul-08 20:11:34

Maxi Cosi Tobi in my car, Britax IsoFix in DH car and Maxi Cosi Priori in my mums car.

DD has a Maxicosi rodi (for age 3+)

No problems iwth any of them - tobi is really easy to install

nappyaddict Sat 05-Jul-08 20:14:28

i thought all infant car seats were rear facing until 13kg?

btw did you know that ideally you should keep a child rear facing until they are both 12 months and 20lbs.

Elmosgirl Sat 05-Jul-08 20:15:42

We have a Britax, think it's an Eclipse

ScoobyDoo Sat 05-Jul-08 20:17:09

Maxi cosi priori XP

MuffinMclay Sat 05-Jul-08 21:13:03

Just got Britax Duoplus Isofix. It is fab and totally ds1 proof (he is a mini Houdini). It replaced a Recaro Young Sport which was very much not ds1 proof.

Heated Sat 05-Jul-08 21:14:52

Maxi Cosi Priori XP

sophierosie Sat 05-Jul-08 21:17:44

maxi cosi xp - looked like the most comfortable one for dd - have also just got the next size up - think it is the maxi cosi rodi which looks good too.

blithedance Sat 05-Jul-08 22:47:51

Recaro Young Sport - was only one which fitted our car apparently, but the DC's have been really comfortable in it, and the buckle is easy to do up. Very good quality.

Not sure about Muffin's escape artist!

Flibbertyjibbet Sat 05-Jul-08 22:55:51

We had britax for that stage after the travel system thingy.

But don't be fooled by the 'age 9m-4y' tag as mine were out of them by 18m and I haven't ever come across a 4 year old still in one.

Flibbertyjibbet Sat 05-Jul-08 22:56:55

Sorry, they were out of them by 2.2yo and 20m. They are big boys but not that big grin

LittleMissBliss Sun 06-Jul-08 11:28:14

Thankyou all for your replys i'm going to have a look at few websites now. Maxi Cosi and Britax are coming out on top. I'll have a look at both and see wich one works best for our budget! Thanks again!

StealthPolarBear Sun 06-Jul-08 12:03:24

maxi cosi priorifix was safest according to which? when i checked a few months ago

pootleflump Sun 06-Jul-08 22:13:31

My dd is 3.9 and still fits very comfortably in her Maxi Cosi Priori XP.

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