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car seats

Discussion in 'Parenting' started by im tired, Jun 7, 2011.

  1. Hello!!
    i am about to go a buy a new car seat for my 11 month old, I like the Maxicosi Axiss. Love the idea of the swiveling (sp?) seat but looks a bit bulky? the other option is the Maxicosi Priorifix for ease of fitting.....
    does any have either of these?? or are you really impressed with yours?
    thanks xxxx
    does
     
  2. Hello!!
    i am about to go a buy a new car seat for my 11 month old, I like the Maxicosi Axiss. Love the idea of the swiveling (sp?) seat but looks a bit bulky? the other option is the Maxicosi Priorifix for ease of fitting.....
    does any have either of these?? or are you really impressed with yours?
    thanks xxxx
    does
     
  3. Helenholmesuk

    Helenholmesuk New commenter

    We've got the maxicosi priorifix (isofix) and I looked at the axiss one but I wanted an isofix fitting rather than a belted one. My whole family have had maxicosi car seats and have all been pleased with them so I would definitely recommend them.

    H
     
  4. Thankyou!! I went for the isofix one too!!
     
  5. We have the maxi cosi tobi and my mum has the priori, (not isofix). I like the way the tobi is fitted and it is more expensive than the priori, but we have actually swapped with mum as the priori reclines so much mre, which means that when LO sleeps, her head is back and not lolling forwards like it was in the tobi! Definitley something to consider- we did a long drive in the half term and she slept most of the way comfortably with her head resting back whereas she can only sleep shorter times in the tobi as her head falls forward really uncomfortably.
    If someone had told me this before I bought them, I'd have bought two prioris no question!

     

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