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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsBeee View Post
    Yep, we have the maxi cosi mico too, it's really light, I love it! (haven't got a baby in it yet though!). It hasn't been in Australia that long, so there haven't been any tests done on it here, but Maxi Cosi as a brand perform really well in Europe.
    They're beautiful! But get heavy (as all do) after a long time, and can be some what awkward to carry at times...

    But i loved ours.

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    I think the reason they don't recommend it for under 6 months is because it's not flat. It *reclines* flat, but the seat itself is not flat when in a reclined position, the baby would have feet sticking up in the air from the 'shelf' where a bigger baby's knees bend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chocolate All Gone Now View Post
    They're beautiful! But get heavy (as all do) after a long time, and can be some what awkward to carry at times...

    But i loved ours.
    That's why I got the adaptors for the BJCS, so I don't have to carry it much! I'm sure they all get heavy after a while!!!!

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    MrsBee - If that is the reason for the 'warning' then convertable car seats should have that same warning becase they are positioned the same.

    It's all so confusing lol.

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    Where did you all purchase yours from? I'm struggling to google a stockist lol. I'm at work ATM so why not utilise the net here rather than at home

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    Quote Originally Posted by zultbear View Post
    Where did you all purchase yours from? I'm struggling to google a stockist lol. I'm at work ATM so why not utilise the net here rather than at home
    The pram itself? Ours is from Winkalotts

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    I put our DS in the seat from newborn. Because of where we live we walk to get a lot of stuff- groceries, park etc. so he was in the pram from a week old. Yes the reason it is not recommended is because it's not flat but it wasn't a huge problem. Also the seat is big for a newborn so you may want to get a liner. I bought a wool one and DS loved to cozy up into it. From what I have seen the bassinet is very small and probably not worth the money.

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    Ours is from bubs baby shop

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    No I have the pram and the second seat and a 3rd just for good measure . I meant the capsule lol.

    Sorry blame my lack of communication skills lol.

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    My #2 isn't here yet, but we are getting the bassinet. Its only $130'ish, we don't want or need a capsule and I use our pram a lot even as a single. I have a padded newborn head support that matches my pram liner, so I imagine bub will go into it at around the 2-3 month mark.

    Its a hard one, but the bassinets aren't super expensive and I don't want to feel trapped in the early days because I can't transport the girls comfortably.

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