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#1 Leafprincess

Posted 12 January 2013 - 02:03 AM

It's time for a convertible car seat.
Baby has about a fortnight left in his carrier, he's growing at a rapid rate!

So recommend me a car seat, what do you love about it?
Is it easy to use & keep clean?
Anyone got one that goes from 0-8?
Is there another brand to consider?

Am completely clueless in this area and any help would be appreciated!

#2 Futureself

Posted 12 January 2013 - 02:18 AM

eep, out of the capsule at 2 months, he must be huge  original.gif ohmy.gif  
Although DS is still in his capsule, we have a SNS Compaq in a family members car and will get one for ours once he's out of the capsule. It's a 0-4 and I don't think a 0=8 offers enough protection for a small baby. The Compaq has high shoulder markers rearfacing with the idea that we can rf him longer than others and although it hasn't been CREP tested, the older model compaq did well in the past.

I would suggest getting this moved, or repost in the actual car restraint section too as it may be missed here

Edited by futureself, 12 January 2013 - 02:19 AM.


#3 Leafprincess

Posted 12 January 2013 - 02:25 AM

Hehe, yeah... He's doing very well for being a preemie  biggrin.gif

Thanks for the information.
Have also now posted in car restraint section.




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