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    I wouldn't bother. Dd3 only used hers for 4 months. It was so heavy with her in it I could barely carry it. She never stayed asleep in it either.

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    Where can I hire one from???
    Child health nurse, Red Cross, hire for baby and other companies like that.

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    I have one I use when we get a little bub to care for. It fits my City Select pram and DS (2yrs) can still be in the pram too. I think they are great if they fit your pram/stroller. I wouldn't be without one now.

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    Love mine! My daughter will be 20 months when the next one is born and I think it will help a lot. I like that I can get the baby into the seat then carry the seat out whilst holding onto the 20 month old. Mine also goes on my pram. I don't think I'd get one if it didn't go onto the pram.

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    Definitely ! Everyone of our fanily commented on wat a great idea it is cos they didnt have that wen we were kids !

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    I think I'm one of the only people that hated mine.
    It wasn't worth the effort to pull out, you can't keep them in it for a prolonged period of time, they're heavy, bub grows out of them faster than a RFing carseat and I was iffy about keeping the integrity/safety of the capsule by constantly lugging it around and putting it on various surfaces.
    I much preferred my bassinet attachment for a baby and would buy 10 of them over a capsule hands down.

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    I have a 5 year old not a toddler and I love having a capsule this time. I think one that has a curved base so it rocks on the floor and a compatible pram to clip it into are essential though. DS is 15 weeks now and I've just started putting him into the pram when awake ( still clip capsule into pram if asleep). At about 6kgs (12w) he started to get too heavy to be carried to DD's class in it and I had to use the pram. By the height markers I'd say he'll be in it until about 6 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarSkull View Post
    Are they heavy?
    They are heavy as bub gets bigger but handy and a good arm workout !

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    It's worth it if it clips into your pram. Also they will get longer use out of a Sns unity than any other apsule.


 

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