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    southside852 is offline Registered User
    Join Date
    Dec 2008

    Foward Facing Carseats

    We need to purchase another car seat for when we are home in the States this summer as I don't feel like taking our huge Graco over. My son will be 18 months and i am wondering if people could recommend an easy forward facing carseat that is relatively light and easy to put in the car.

    I was thinking about the Maxi Cosi Priori or Britax Diplomat, but would love to hear some feedback on others like Graco's or others in the Britax line.

    Please share!


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    munchkinmama is offline Registered User
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    Apr 2009
    We have the Fisher Price Safe Voyager, it's quite slim and lightweight & we were allowed to use it on the aircraft as well. Available for around $900 at Bumps2Babes.

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    rebekah is offline Registered User
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    Jun 2007
    We are in hte US and have the maxicosi priori, the US version (no isofix, just latch) and my niece has the britax. The britax is more comfy, but the priori is a nice, safe (rated same as britax) and more economical seat. It's also comfy, my baby who hates a car seat falls asleep in it every day. Also, it reclines... and I think easier install than the Britax. Both great!

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