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    I'm really torn now! Dammit. I can not believe how sh!t the meridian scored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post

    When I went to buy DD booster I was looking at the ezylove and shop assistant told me the safety of my daughter depended on buying the maxi!! "They are the safest" and they used to be. Grrr


    The luxi crown infa secure looks good. I might get that for this baby. FF is only 3 starts though were as RF and booster are 4. Argh I'm so confused now.
    Of course a sales assistant would tell you that, the price difference is about $150, more if you can get it on sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaOJ View Post
    Of course a sales assistant would tell you that, the price difference is about $150, more if you can get it on sale.
    It was actually $250 more
    Babylove was $249
    Max was $499

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    It was actually $250 more
    Babylove was $249
    Max was $499
    Wow, even worse We got the Babylove for $209 on sale, after lots of research and a call to RACQ (who told us about them coming from same factory), as well as using creps data. In the end DD preferred the Babylove comfort (she was 2.5 so old enough to tell us which helped). We have two SnS carseats and whilst they are great I think the Babylove are better padded.

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    We have a Safe N Sound AHR. I love it and think it is a great seat.

    We want to get a second car seat for DP's car but not sure what to get.


 

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