Carseat Reviews

Maxi Cosi

Maxi Cosi Luna extended harnessing car seat review

maxi-cosi luna car seat sideview

Maxi Cosi are keeping all information under wraps regarding their new extended harnessing (Maxi Cosi Luna) type g baby car seat, according to bugs n grubs it is supposedly built from the ground up/ built from scratch. This claim is a little hard to believe when you consider that the Australian Car seat market is a very small percent of the global turnover.

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Maxi Cosi

Maxi Cosi Vela Car seat Review

Summary Maxi Cosi Vela

Neutral Recommendation - At $370 the Maxi Cosi Vela; is more expensive than the britax brava. The shoulder height markers are lower and the Isofix does not work as well as the britax system. Additionally; the harness is harder to tighten in rear facing mode; and the back angle your your child appears in many cases steeper.

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Safety 1st

Safety 1st Prime AP Car seat and Booster

NOT RECOMMENDED : There is very little need for a convertible booster seat, such as the safety 1st Prime AP car seat. Extended harnessing is a safer option for children; keeping them in a 6 point harnes until 7 years of age.

Additionally the Safety 1st prime is a manually adjusted seat meaning you need to un-install the car seat whenever you want to change the harness height; in comparison the britax maxi rider is a better option with a easy adjust harness.

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