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    Default Which capsule???

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    Capsule for BJCS pram
    What capsule did you get more long term use out off? What fits best to the pram- Pros & cons...
    Safe N Sound Unity Capsule
    Or the
    Maxi cosi

    Tia
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    I have a unity which I chose as apparently baby can get the most use as they fit the longest/ heaviest babies.

    You mite find more info too if you check out the bub hub reviews section perhaps?

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    Ok thanks

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    I have the maxi cosi. It's great.

    I think the clips/adaptor for the city select are easier to use as well.

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    I used the unity with my 3rd and maxi cosi with my 4th. When using it with the BJCS the maxi wins hands down. The set up for the unity didn't fit well to me whereas the maxi cosi just clips straight into the adaptors without having to use any bracket like the unity needs.

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    Thanks girls

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    As you won't be using it for long is hiring one an option?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SalsaMama View Post
    As you won't be using it for long is hiring one an option?
    Depending on size of bub she might be using it a while! My little one is still in her capsule and she's 7months - no where near outgrowing it either!

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    True, though for me it's still way cheaper to hire even for that length of time.

    DS was really long, and this bub is measuring long too so I'm assuming he won't last long in it either 😊

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    I have safe and sound and my 14 month old ( don't freak out, she weighs 7.5kgs!!) is still in it! Her length is still fine, I found it a long capsule and both kids were in it for ages.
    Love it, but also heard great things about maxi cosi! Don't think you can go wrong!


 

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